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
”What is the Gender of Security 2.0?” – Call for Papers
The Sarajevo Open Centre and the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina are pleased to invite researchers and activists to submit research Papers for the following Call for...
Necessity of Raising Awareness and Understanding Hate Crimes Among Experts
Written by Marija Lučić – Ćatić Recognition, investigation and prosecution of hate crimes requires specific skills and knowledge of all participants in the chain of...
Overview of the lecture of the School of Feminism, June 29, 2019
On Saturday, 29 June, the final lectures of the fifth School of Feminism Žarana Papić were held. Alen Kristic, through ethical-theological discourses, talked about abortion,...
Police MOI KS: “Training on Freedom of Assembly is Another Step Towards Raising the Level of Knowledge and Professionalism”
Sarajevo Open Centre, with the financial support of the Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the OSCE in Vienna, and co-operation with the OSCE Mission to BiH on...
Overview of the lecture of the School of Feminism, June 22, 2019
On Saturday, 22 June, were held lectures within Module 3 – Feminist Economics. Our lecturer was Anđela Pepić, Head of the Centre - Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer...
Hate Speech: Overture to Hate Crime
Hate speech expressed in comments is not uncommon in BiH’s online media, but editorial staff often does not find an adequate way to cope with this...