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
There are laws, but legal protection in practice is missing
The number of incidents potentially motivated by prejudice, that are reported to the police in Bosnia and Herzegovina, is at least 175. the reported incidents most often include...
Media and civil society must engage in the struggle against nationalism
The Coalition for the fight against hate speech and hate crimes harshly condemns the transmission of texts of hooliganism like that of Tomislav Zelenika, which provokes Croat...
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...
Canton Sarajevo Ministry of Interior and Prosecutor’s Office together in combating hate crimes
Sarajevo Open Centre, with the financial support of the Permanent Representative of the Kingdom of Netherlands to the OSCE in Vienna, in cooperation with OSCE in BiH, on 18 and 19...
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...
The Structure of a Crime
Being a fighter for human rights and truth in a country with fresh wounds that still have blood from a recent war is, in the least, dangerous. Nikola Kuridža, a young activist of...