Orange Report 7: Report on the State of Human Rights of Women in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2021

We present you another Orange Report on the state of human rights of women in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the period from the beginning to the end of 2021. The report strives to contribute to the field of women’s human rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina through accurate, precise and timely information over the four chapters, i.e. areas. These areas are the main focuses of Sarajevo Open Centre’s activities when it comes to the gender equality program, and they are: economic and social rights, sexual and reproductive health, political life and decision-making and genderbased violence and domestic violence.

The report is intended to serve as a tool and means of information primarily for institutions and decision makers. The way it is written, through analysis of the situation and clear and precise recommendations, it can be a guide or a foundation for new policies, regulations and decisions that will eliminate the key issues that women in Bosnia and Herzegovina face, and also finally include a gender perspective in new policies, where there are currently none or not enough of them.

Authors: Admira Sitnić, Amina Dizdar, Delila Hasanbegović Vukas
Editor: Darko Pandurević

Report in BCS language is available here.

Report in english language is available here.