Sarajevski Otvoreni Centar
10 Years of SOC
Legal counseling and representation
Engaging the community
Activities for community
Women's Network BiH
Žarana Papić School of Feminism
Somebody Said Feminism?
Initiative for the monitoring of EU integration of BiH
The strategy to combat discrimination
Universal Periodic Review
The Law on Ombudsman for Human Rights
Human Rights Series
BH Politics Series
Human Rights Papers
SOC in the Media
LGBTI persons, returnees and Roma people educated on hate crime
Sarajevo Open Centre is implementing a project “Protecting Affected Communities: Improving the implementation of hate crime regulation in Bosnia and Herzegovina “. The project...
One More Success: Every Cantonal Ministry of Internal Affairs Educated their police officers about Hate Crime
During 2016, Sarajevo Open Centre was advocating with every Cantonal Ministry of Internal Affairs in Federation of BiH to include hate crime modules into their permanent and...
Peer violence based on diversity: experiences and recommendations
Author: Slobodanka Dekić Sarajevo, Sarajevo Open Centre 2018. MEĐUVRŠNJAČKO NASILJE NA OSNOVU RAZLIČITOSTI: ISKUSTVA I PREPORUKE Available in BCS...
No women in the Council of the BiH Communications Regulatory Agency?
The Council of the BiH Communications Regulatory Agency (CRA), as many other institutions and government bodies in BiH, still does not reflect the equal representation of the...
Overview of the lectures at the School of Feminism: 23rd June 2018
On Saturday, June 23 2018, the last lectures and discussions at this year’s Žarana Papić School of Feminism took place. Amila Ždralović talked about feminism, liberalism...
A step towards real gender equality in Sarajevo Canton
The workshop titled "How to achieve greater respect of human rights of women and LGBTI people in Sarajevo Canton" ?Together to the solution! was held in Sarajevo on June 20,...