Between September and November 2019, Mediacentar Sarajevo conducted a mini-survey on media coverage of LGBTIQ topics in Bosnia and Herzegovina and than asked LGBTIQ community members what they thought of media content related to the first Pride Parade in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Read the Lidija Pisker’s article from media.ba below. Between September and November this … Continued
It’s hard to stay indifferent to mama Majda’s sincerity. She speaks in very simple language of her child’s outing, of transness, self-discovery, family relations, and challenges that enrich and unite. Author: Mirza Halilčević Mama Majda is approachable, joyful, and exceptionally strategic in her presentation. She happily agreed to speak for the LGBTI.ba portal so as … Continued
Sarajevo Open Centre invites you to the fourth educational workshop on legal aspects of migration and asylum based on sexual orientation and gender identity, named “Seeking asylum based on sexual orientation and gender identity”.
We invite all interested lesbians, gay, bisexual, transgender and inter-sex (LGBTI) individuals to apply for participation in a live library education that will be held as part of the training of police officers and officials of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Sarajevo Canton on 24 and 25 June 2019.
We present you the Annual Report on the State of Human Rights of LGBTI People in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Today on the occasion of the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT), we, the undersigned, express our support for, and solidarity with, the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).
On today’s IDAHOT we do not want to repeat the messages already addressed to institutions and BH. public. All that we said last year is still stands for this year.
As the British ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), I proudly support the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, which are basic human rights, as well as the fight against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Three years after the attack on the Merlinka festival which was held in 2014, an indictment was made against two identified attackers. The court confirmed the indictment on May 12, 2017, and in February 2018, a conviction was issued against one of the attackers by which the attacker is convicted for six months sentence in prison, and the sentence will not be executed if the accused does not commit a new criminal offense within two years work.
Sarajevo Open Centre has been working on strengthening LGBTIQ people in BiH for years, providing legal and psychosocial support, as well as organizing a large number of workshops, seminars, training and socializing events.