This year as well, the Žarana Papić School of Feminism offers the academic-activist educational programme, with the aim to provide the students with the feminist education about the practices, theories and concepts needed for the professional and critical public work and activism in the national, international governmental and non-governmental organisations. The School consists of three obligatory theoretical-practical modules that the students will be attending from April to June.
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 Centre – University of Banja Luka.
On Saturday, 25 May, within Module 2 – State, Law and Public Policy – Boris Krešić, a professor at the Faculty of Law in Tuzla, talked about marriages, extramarital communities and same-sex partnership, their legal and economic benefits, as well as their shortcomings.
On Saturday, 18 May, the new series of lectures at this year’s Žarana Papić School of Feminism, with the fifth generation of students, took place. In the scope of the Module 2 – State, law, equality: de iure and de facto, Adnan Kadribašić, lawyer, talked about discrimination on grounds of sex, gender, sexual orientation and other circumstances.
On Saturday, 11 May, the lectures of Module 1 at the Žarana Papić School of Feminism took place, and were led by Alen Kristić, Ma in theology and philosophy, translator and writer, and Nebojša Jovanović, who holds a PhD in gender studies
Sarajevo Open Centre is an independent feminist organization, with an emphasis on the feminist, and guess what – men also work for us. All jokes aside, for those who are not so well-informed (let’s hope they are a minority) feminism as an ideology, political and social movement is unfortunatelly often perceived as a movement that is strictly related to women, especially those identifying as feminists
Sarajevo Open Centre, as the organization that advocates full respect of human rights and social inclusion of LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex) persons and women, joins this campaign, and will implement a number of activities in November and December of 2018.
We publish the particular texts from the brochure about 10 years of Sarajevo Open Centre’s work.
On Saturday, 14 May the lectures of the Module 1 (Introduction to feminisms: history, terms, theory) at this year’s Žarana Papić School of Feminism took place. Selma Kešetović, MA in gender studies and a writer, talked about the diversity and disputes within the feminist theory and practice.
The fourth cycle of feminist lectures and discussions Somebody said feminism? was continued on Wednesday, 27 April 2016, in the Museum of Literature and Performing Arts in Sarajevo, with the lecture by Adriana Zaharijević – What are we saying when we say the F-word?