Sarajevski Otvoreni Centar
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
Preparations for Proposing Public Policies to Improve Transgender Health Care in BiH
On June 10 and 11, 2022, the Sarajevo Open Centre and a transgender advocacy group with their parents held a working meeting in Sarajevo with health care institutions in Bosnia...
The First Judgement for Discrimination Against LGBTI Persons
On April 4, 2022, the Municipal Court in Sarajevo issued a first instance judgement in which discrimination against LGBTI persons was confirmed by a court for the first time in...
International Transgender Day of Visibility: Legal and Medical Gender Reassignment – the Leading Problem of Transgender Persons in BiH
Fear of rejection, humiliation, mockery, marginalization, threats and even violence are just some of the challenges that transgender persons around the world face on a daily...
Conference “Words That Matter: The Fight Against Hate Speech in Bosnia and Herzegovina” in Sarajevo on July 23
Hate speech based on any ground is common in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Apart from political discourse, it is mostly present in media content, especially in the online world. The...
Darko Pandurević on the adoption of the Law on Same-Sex Unions: We are still at the beginning
The work of the inter-ministerial working group, which focuses on the analysis of regulations within which same-sex unions can exercise their rights and which should propose...
International Trans Visibility Day – 31 March 2021
Transgender persons in Bosnia and Herzegovina cannot exercise their rights – legal gender recognition is possible only after complete medical gender reassignment, and...