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.
Tag: trans rights
On Monday, 07th of December, within Sarajevo Open Centre’s program on the occasion of 16 Days of Activism and the Human Rights Day, public promotion of the publication “Life beyond given norms: Being transgender in Bosnia and Herzegovina“ was held at Mediacentar Sarajevo. The panelists were authors of the publication – Slobodanka Dekić, Jasmina Čaušević, … Continued
No one should be subjected to violence (just) because of their gender identity or gender expression. No one should be deprived of the right to safety and security.
Today, on November 20, people around the world are observing Trans* Day of Remembrance (#TDoR) to honor and memorialize those who are no longer with us.
For Sarajevo Open Centre 2015. is a key year for intensive advocacy for trans * people in BiH.