Sarajevo Open Centre organized a digital presentation of Pink Report 2020, an annual report on the state of the rights of LGBTI people in BiH, on the occasion of IDAHOBiT, the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia. The presentation was attended by over 40 people, including government officials, the international community, activists and members of the LGBTI community.
In addition to the findings we reached in the past year, we also discussed future challenges awaiting institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the entire BiH society and the focus of demands by LGBTI people and organizations in the coming period.
The presentation was open by Johanna Strömquist, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Sweden to BiH, as well as Eric Nelson, U.S. Ambassador to BiH and Reinout Vos, Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to BiH. Authors of Pink Report took part as speakers: Emina Bošnjak, Executive Director, SOC, Vladana Vasić, Advocacy Manager, SOC, Darko Pandurević, Programme Coordinator, SOC, Jozo Blažević, Programme Coordinator, SOC, Delila Hasanbegović, Programme Coordinator, SOC and Nejra Agić, Communications Coordinator, SOC.
Moderator was Aida Malkić, Programme Manager, SOC.
If you missed our presentation, you can watch the video to find out what progress Bosnia and Herzegovina has made in the field of protection and promotion of human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people during 2019.
The pink report will be available online soon.