On Saturday, 20 April 2019 this year’s Žarana Papić School of Feminism has started, with the fifth generation o students. We began the lecture of the Module 1 – Introduction to feminism: History, terms, theory.
After the first module, through which the participants have mastered the gender equality policies, from April 12 to 14 it was held the second module of the fifth generation of the Equality Academy 2019 – a platform for political leadership and the joint action of MPs, leaders of political parties and civil society organizations the organization of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation and the Sarajevo Open Centre.
On Saturday, April 6, 2019, a derby between FC Željezničar and FC Sarajevo was played at the Grbavica Stadium in Sarajevo. During the match, in front of the court, the banner “It’s forbidden” has been hung up, and the flag of the Kingdom of Brunei is also placed alongside the banner
Sarajevo Open Centre invites you to the third educational workshop on legal aspects of migration and asylum based on sexual orientation and gender identity, named “Seeking asylum based on sexual orientation and gender identity”.
Coalition For the Fight Against Hate Speech and Hate Crimes harshly condemns attacks motivated by hatred on the LGBTI community and urges the authorities to investigate and prosecute perpetrators. In addition, members of the coalition point out that the hate speech preceding these attacks must be investigated and strongly condemned by local institutions.
Half a year after the General Elections in 2018 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the executive bodies for the forthcoming four years have been formed in the Republika Srpska, the Brčko District and eight cantons, while the new composition of the Council of Ministers of B&H, the Government of the Federation of B&H and two cantons (Bosnian – Podrinje Canton and Canton 10) haven’t been formed yet.
As it was announced in December 2018, Sarajevo Open Centre (SOC) has joined the process of promoting human rights protection through the United Nations mechanism – the Universal Periodic Review.
The first module of the fifth generation of the Academy of Equality – Platform for Political Leadership and Joint Action of the Representative, leaders of political parties and civil society organizations, was held in Sarajevo from 15 to 17 March, organized by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation and the Sarajevo Open Centre.
For the purpose of analyzing the study of gender equality in the curricula of the universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo Open Centre sent inquiries to 33 public faculties of social and humanistic sciences.
Following the successfully implemented programs of the Equality Academy, the Friedrich Ebert Foundation and the Sarajevo Open Center in 2019 are organising the fifth generation of the Equality Academy – a platform for political leadership and the joint action of deputies, leaders of political parties and civil society organizations.