Sarajevo Open Centre is honored to invite you to attend a thematic conference which will be held on 7th of May 2018. within the framework of the program for 17th of May, the International Day for Combating Homophobia and Transphobia.
Second panel discussion was called Protection of the right to self-determination – Legal recognition of gender identity. Panelists were from Croatia, Serbia, Denmark and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Naida Kučukalić was moderating the discussion. In the opening statements panelists explained key terms related to this topic and presented their experiences regarding gender identity and legal recognition, pinpointed main problems of transgender persons and gave their opinions and views how to solve the problems transgender people face.
Regulation of same-sex partnerships in conservative societies was the topic of first panel discussion and the panelists were Gordan Bosanac (Center for Peace Studies, Croatia), Predrag Raosavljević (Institution of Ombudsman B&H), Boris Kešić (Faculty of Law, University of Tuzla, B&H) and Craig Dwyer (YesEquality, Irleand). Emina Bošnjak from Sarajevo Open Centre was moderating the discussion.
Protecting LGBT persons from discrimination requires the application of the principles of protection of human dignity, non-discrimination and privacy to all individuals. The EU stays committed to defending and promoting the values of equality, tolerance and respect for each other not only in the European Union but also worldwide
The Final Conference namedIt is time for same-sex partnership in BiH: Private and family life of LGBTI people of the EU-funded project “Enhancing Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans rights in BiH in line with EU the standards” thwill take place on Thursday, 30 June 2016.
Conference Public policies for the equality of LGBTI people in BiH was held the 23rd of May in the Government of Republika Srpska’s Administrative centre in Banja Luka. The conferece was organized by Sarajevo Open Centre and Gender Centre – Centre for gender equity and equality, with the support of Agency for Gender Equality of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Gender Centre of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Regional conference on ”Hate Crime – amending the Criminal Code of FBiH?” was organized in Sarajevo as part of the 16 Days of Activism campaign and marking of International Human Rights Day, 10 December
As part of the program for the 16 days of activism, and December 10th, International Human Rights Day, a regional Conference Hate Crime in BiH – Necessary Amendments to the FBIH Criminal Code was held on 30th of November 2015 in Sarajevo.
As a part of Sarajevo Open Centre’s programme for the 16 Days of Activism and the 10th of December – International Human Rights Day, a regional conference Hate Crime in BiH – Neccesary Amendments to the FBiH Criminal Code will be held on Monday, 30th of November 2015.