We present you with the infographic overview of equality and the suppression of discrimination according to Sarajevo Open Centre data.
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.
On Saturday, 8 June, introductory lectures were held within Module 3 – Feminist Economics. Our lecturer was professor of economics Tatjana Đurić Kuzmanović, from Novi Sad School of Business.
Thanks to the cooperation of the Sarajevo Open Centre and the Police Academy of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the participants and students of this educational institution for the first time got the opportunity to systematically study the field of criminal acts committed by hatred.
We present you the Annual Report on the State of Human Rights of LGBTI People in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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.
We would like to invite and encourage all LGBTIQ people to apply for a photo contest called The Feeling of Pride. The aim of this photo contest is to provide space for artistic expression of LGBTIQ people and to question the importance of pride.
Sarajevo Open Centre invites you to the third 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”.
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.