Vladana Vasić from Sarajevo Open Centre (SOC), on 7 March 2018, spoke for N1 TV about the work of the Centre, especially the WikiGapBiH initiative, and commented on the most interesting tweets on Twitter.
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We are honored to announce that Emina Bošnjak, the Executive Director of SOC, is one of the 12 winners of the New Executives Fund grant that is assigned by the Open Society Foundations, and that is meant to support new leaders of the non-profit organisations all over the world, from Malawi to Brazil. From 15 to 17 November she participated in the two-day event in London that was dedicated to this year’s winners’ mutual acquaintance, and to mutual counseling and learning. Now, in front of her is the period in which she will implement a set of activities, in order to translate the vision of the organisation into reality.
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.
Last Saturday, International Queer Film Festival Merlinka closed its doors for the fifth time. This year, there was record attendance of over 500 people. In the attendance there were some well-known people from political and public life. With some of them we managed to have a talk and here are some of their messages.
Many new work challenges are ahead of us in autumn, and among many we are continuing with education for police officers of Cantonal MoI’s and representatives of the Police Academy of the Federation of BiH, on the topic of hate crime issues. After last year’s basic trainings on bias motivated crimes for police officers from … Continued
For the second year in a row, Sarajevo Open Centre continues to have regular meet ups with the LGBTI community mainly focused on Sarajevo region, but also open for LGBTI people and other LGBTI friendly people from other parts of the country. The series of events that have started last year continued in 2016, so … Continued
Summer 2016 is bringing us internal changes. Saša Gavrić and Feđa Bobić are leaving Sarajevo Open Centre and Emina Bošnjak is becoming the new Executive Director of the organization. After five years of intensive work, July 2016 is bringing us significant internal changes. One of the founders of the organization and hitherto Executive Director of … Continued
This year, May 17, the International Day against homophobia, bi-phobia and transphobia (IDAHOT), Sarajevo Open Centre (SOC) began to mark up at the beginning of the month. This month of May we want to be a month of equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersexual (LGBTI) people, as equal citizens of this country. Together … Continued
Audit Report Financial Statements for 2015
Sarajevo Open Centre is in the second year of the realization of the Matra program sponsored by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which aims to increase the amount of professional reporting on the rights of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans* and intersex (LGBTI) individuals and their rights. The … Continued