28/01/2015 Women’s Network BiH: Allow women to participate in the governments From: BHRT.ba INFOHOUSE Association, Sarajevo Open Centre and CURE Foundation, memeber organizations of the Women’s Network BiH, have today presented the results of monitoring of... 28/01/2015 Federal TV, News 2: Representation of women in government is still insufficient INFOHOUSE, Sarajevo Open Centre and CURE Foundation, which are members of Women’s Network BiH, presented the results of monitoring of the general elections of... 27/01/2015 Review of the Report: Gray area – Abortion issue in Croatia By: Maida Zagorac This is a comment of the report that was the result of the research of the Center for Education, Counseling and Research... 26/01/2015 Invitation to the Press Conference: “Does size matter? – 40% of women in the structures of government in BiH” INFOHOUSE Association, in cooperation with the Sarajevo Open Centre and CURE Foundation, on Tuesday, 27 January 2015, starting at 11:00 am in the Parliamentary... 23/01/2015 Request to the Rector’s Office UNSA for introducing gender-sensitive language Association for Language and Culture Linguists (Udruženje za jezik i kulturu Lingvisti) and Sarajevo Open Centre, have sent today a letter to the University of... 21/01/2015 Physics as a way of life By: Masha Durkalić The young physicist and astronomer Adela Subašić-Kopić discovered science during the recent war in BiH. She was born in 1987, and... 19/01/2015 Review of the Report: Neoconservative threats to sexual and reproductive rights in the European Union By: Maida Zagorac This article is a comment on the Report that was a result of the Center for Education, Counselling and Research CESI’s research.... 14/01/2015 Women’s Network BiH Conference write-up: “2015 as an upheaval year for women’s rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina?” Women’s Network Conference “2015 as an upheaval year for women’s rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina?” was held on 22nd December 2014 in Sarajevo Sarajevo. Through... 12/01/2015 Write-up from the workshop on strengthening the capacity of WNBiH – Monitoring of women’s rights in BiH Within the project “Improvement of women’s human rights by strengthening the Women’s Network BiH”, implemented by the CURE Foundation and the Sarajevo Open Centre,... 12/01/2015 BUKA: Infographic: in the process of forming the Government of Republika Srpska, half of the citizens were ignored! Retrieved from: buka.com By: Maja Isović Civil society organizations will again consider the possibility of initiating collective complaints against the state and the entity...
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