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.

 

BH Dani, March 27, 2014 – People Will Learn About Lives of Incredibly Brave and Successful Women

Razgovarala: Masha Durkalić Foto: Lejla Huremović Ove godine se obilježava 100 godina od početka Prvog svjetskog rata, a svoj doprinos ovoj godišnjici dat će i nevladina...

Positive reactions after the commencement of working on the book

Women’s History in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1914-2014 Sarajevo Open Centre and partners Heinrich Boll Foundation BiH, CURE Foundation, and the Association for Culture and Art...

WOMEN IN BIH 1914 – 2014: Reconstructing Women’s History in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sarajevo Open Centre and partners Heinrich Boll Foundation BiH, CURE Foundation, and the Association for Culture and Art CRVENA have started to work on the reconstruction of...

Women’s Movement in Bosnia and Herzegovina – In the Words of a Counterculture

Zlatiborka Popov-Momčinović, 2013: Ženski pokret u Bosni i Hercegovini – Artikulacija jedne kontrakulture. Sarajevo: Sarajevski otvoreni centar/Fondacija CURE/CEIR. PDF...