Tag: interview

#SOC interview with auteur of film about BH author Lejla Kalamujić

Although we first met her as a member of the last generation of the School of Feminism, Aida Hoffman has worked at film.factory, a film school founded in Sarajevo in 2013 by Hungarian director Béla Tarr, as well as making independent films for years with her husband, whom she met on a movie set. Inspired … Continued

#SOC interview: Gender equality for students of social sciences in BiH

The analysis conducted by the Sarajevo Open Centre among the public colleges of social sciences and humanities in Bosnia and Herzegovina showed that through the curriculum at the majority of the universities, gender equality is in some cases studied through teaching units in some subjects, while in other faculties, gender equality is in no way … Continued

Elvedin and Michael: Separate But Equal Is Not Equality

Last year, Elvedin and his partner Michael got married. Unfortunately, not in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but in New York. They asked their guests that instead of buying them wedding gifts, they donate and support the work of Sarajevo Open Center for which we are immensely grateful. Elvedin was also kind to answer us few questions. … Continued

BH Dani, October 25, 2013 – Political parties are like men’s clubs

Interview with Zlatiborka Popov Momčinović in magazine Dani, no. 854. Zlatiborka is a collaborator of Sarajevo Open Centre and one of the lecturers in Somebody Said Feminism? series of Lectures. Njenih 5 minuta Zlatiborka Popov Momčinović, profesorica na Filozofskom fakultetu u Istočnom Sarajevu   Piše: Masha Durkalić   U okviru ciklusa Neko je rekao feminizam … Continued