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Six Years after BiH ratified Istanbul Convention, what has been done so far?

April 15, 2019 6:00 PM
Six Years after BiH ratified Istanbul Convention, what has been done so far?

BiH was amongst first countries in Europe to ratify the Istanbul Convention (Convention of the Council of Europe on preventing and fighting violence against women and domestic violence). Six years later, little is known about the application of this convention, and therefore, there is a lot of questions on the […]

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Persons who do not report Domestic Violence will be fined up to 5,000 BAM

April 8, 2019 12:00 PM
Persons who do not report Domestic Violence will be fined up to 5,000 BAM

In the coming period, persons who do not report domestic violence in Republika Srpska will be fined. The new law stipulates punishments and up to 5,000 BAM for employees in the protection bodies who find out that violence has been committed, as well as citizens and family members who do […]

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Pink Shirt Day marked in Sarajevo, sending a Message that Violence needs to be prevented

February 28, 2019 1:00 PM
Pink Shirt Day marked in Sarajevo, sending a Message that Violence needs to be prevented

Violence can be recognized in many ways, and it is important to react when a child changes its attitude on important issues and starts to behave differently, was stated as a message during the event organized on the International Day of prevention of Peer Violence on Wednesday in Bosnia and […]

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“One Billion Rising” Event held in Mostar

February 15, 2019 7:00 PM
“One Billion Rising” Event held in Mostar

A global campaign against violence against women called “One billion rising” was held on Thursday in Mostar with the help of dance clubs and non-governmental organizations from the city of Mostar. One of the organizers Tajma Tiro said that this year, a dance with a joint choreography at the Spanish […]

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Journalists continue to work in an Environment where Threats and Intimidation are common

January 24, 2019 2:00 PM
Journalists continue to work in an Environment where Threats and Intimidation are common

Between January and September 2017, Civil Rights Defenders, an international nongovernmental organization (NGO), documented an increased amount of freedom of assembly violations in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The most serious breach was the violent dispersal of a demonstration in Kruscica, where locals were protesting the building of a river dam. Freedom […]

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Analysis: What is the Number of Court Cases resolved in BiH?

January 21, 2019 12:00 PM
Analysis: What is the Number of Court Cases resolved in BiH?

There was little visible progress on human rights during 2017. Authorities failed yet again to end structural and political discrimination against Jews, Roma, and other minorities. There was limited progress towards accountability for war crimes in domestic courts. Journalists remain vulnerable to intimidation and threats. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender […]

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Croatian Authorities deny Violent pushing of Migrants to BiH Territory

December 19, 2018 10:00 AM
Croatian Authorities deny Violent pushing of Migrants to BiH Territory

Croatian authorities have officially denied a report by an international organization that stated Croatian police were illegally and sometimes violently pushing migrants back on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Croatian Interior Ministry issued the denial in response to a video published by the Border Violence Monitoring group that showed […]

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HRW claims Croatia Police violently pushes Migrants back to BiH

December 11, 2018 3:00 PM
HRW claims Croatia Police violently pushes Migrants back to BiH

Police are pushing migrants and asylum seekers back to Bosnia and Herzegovina, in some cases violently, and without giving them the possibility to seek asylum, Human Rights Watch said. Human Rights Watch interviewed 20 people, including 11 heads of families and 1 unaccompanied boy, who said that Croatian police deported […]

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Stronger Voice of Girls and Boys Against Gender-Based Violence!

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Stronger Voice of Girls and Boys Against Gender-Based Violence!

Bosnian excursion site Zlača, near Tuzla, became the center of children’s activities planned as a part of the project “Stronger Voice of Girls and Boys Against Gender-Based Violence” funded by the European Union and implemented by UG “Vive Žene” in partnership with The Association “Youth Theater Tuzla”.  In total 40 children are coming from several schools […]

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Only through working Together can One solve Issues and build a Common Future

December 10, 2018 5:00 PM
Only through working Together can One solve Issues and build a Common Future

Anes Osmic and Ivana Bilic, young activists from Bosnia and Herzegovina, use theatre as a means of dialogue and believe that only through working together and communicating openly can one solve issues at the local level and build a common future. They cooperated on a play “Yellow Boots” performed at […]

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