BiHerStory

Women have greatly contributed to BiH societal and political developments during history. Unfortunately these contributions are not visible enough and they rarely recognized by society. Women are almost invisible in the mainstream artistic, scientific, public, and cultural discourse, as well as in BiH museums.

The time has come to change this practice.

 

Promotion of the book “1995-2015: Women and Political Life in Post-Dayton Bosnia and Herzegovina” in Tuzla on 31st od March

Tuzla Open Centre and Sarajevo Open Centre, within Feminist March in Tuzla, are organizing promotion of the book “1995-2015: Women and Political Life in Post-Dayton Bosnia and...

Meet the ensemble of SEVEN: Darijana Katić carries over the story of Marina Pisklakova Parker

The reading of the play SEVEN is being organized by the Sarajevo Open Centre and Medica Zenica. The reading of the play SEVEN will take place on 26 November in the Chamber...

Meet the ensemble of SEVEN: Kenela Zuko carries over the story of Mu Sochua

The reading of the play SEVEN is being organized by the Sarajevo Open Centre and Medica Zenica. The reading of the play SEVEN will take place on 26 November in the Chamber...
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Meet the ensemble of SEVEN: Jasna Duraković Hadžiomerović carries over the story of Anabella de Leon

Jasna Duraković Hadžiomerović was born in 1978 in Sarajevo. She graduated from the University of Washington in the U.S. and holds PhD in journalism from the Faculty of...

Meet the ensemble of SEVEN: Alma Kratina carries over the story of Mukhtar Mai

Alma Kratina was born in 1966. She graduated from the Veterinary Faculty in Sarajevo. She specialised in veterinary practice. She founded and chaired the Association “Dalija”...

Đulistan, for the second time after 88 years

Alma Krpuljević Hanić, a student of the Women’s Political Academy organized by the Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly Banja Luka, made in cooperation with the Bosniak...