We present you another Orange Report on the state of human rights of women in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the period from the beginning to the end of 2021. The report strives to contribute to the field of women’s human rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina through accurate, precise and timely information over the four chapters, … Continued
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On Saturday, 15 June, were held introductory lectures within Module 3 – Feminist Economics.
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.
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.
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.
On Saturday, 11 May, the lectures of Module 1 at the Žarana Papić School of Feminism took place, and were led by Alen Kristić, Ma in theology and philosophy, translator and writer, and Nebojša Jovanović, who holds a PhD in gender studies
On Saturday, 27 April, in the scope of the Module 1, Selma Kešetović, MA in gender studies and a writer, talked about the diversity and disputes within the feminist theory and practice.
On Saturday, 20 April 2019 this year’s Žarana Papić School of Feminism has started, with the fifth generation o students. We began the lecture of the Module 1 – Introduction to feminism: History, terms, theory.
Half a year after the General Elections in 2018 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the executive bodies for the forthcoming four years have been formed in the Republika Srpska and seven cantons, while the new composition of the Council of Ministers of B&H, the Government of the Federation of B&H and three cantons (Tuzla Canton, Herzegovina – Neretva Canton and Canton 10) haven’t been formed yet.
For the purpose of analyzing the study of gender equality in the curricula of the universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo Open Centre sent inquiries to 33 public faculties of social and humanistic sciences.