Tuzla, 4 November 2010 - In cooperation with the Tuzla University, BiH law enforcement agencies and civic society, th
A Forward-Looking Retrospective
In order to create a comprehensive gender-sensitive peace-building process, we should challenge the currently prevale
(Washington, D.C.) Amnesty International is urging the Parliament of Bosnia and Herzegovina to reject a draft law, pr
Late last year, I hosted a conference in Sarajevo that brought together female parliamentarians from across the regio
The report is a study of the psychosocial work being carried out at various women's centres in Bosnia-Herzegovina and
A wave of nationalism and Islamaphobia has hit Bosnia and Herzegovina as ethnic leaders bicker ahead of a general ele
Prime Minister of the Bosnian Serb Republic, Milorad Dodik, said that the country will seek to pass a law that bans f
In the lead up to this year's ten year anniversary in October of UN Security Council Resolution1325 (2000) there has
In October, 2010, the international community will mark the 10th Anniversary of the adoption of 1325, the first Secur
Successive governments of Bosnia and Herzegovina have failed to provide justice for thousands of women and girls who
The development goal of the project is to strengthen democratic governance, and to promote and protect women's human
Rape and other forms of sexual violence against women were widespread during the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegov
“Peacekeeping economies” have not been subject to much analysis of either their economic or socio-cultura
In Bosnia & Herzegovina (BiH) the civil society sector is generally familiar with the UNSCR1325 and its importanc
The report highlights the connection between women's participation, an independent civil society and sustainable peac
In many armed conflicts around the world women are taking initiatives towards peace.
Bosnian civil society groups have taken the lead in addressing needs not met by their state during its postwar recons
A report from the consultative meeting held in Bratislava, Slovakia, on November 13-15, 2002.
Throughout history, gender−based violence has been an integral component of armed conflict.
This report aims to look at the international community's efforts, or in some cases lack of effort, to include women
Since the end of the Cold War, civil wars (intrastate conflicts) have come to dominate the international landscape.
This report forms part of a multicountry comparative assessment undertaken by USAID's Center for Development Informat
Several participating women from the former Yugoslavia mentioned the Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation (KtK) as a good ex
Contact name: Memuna Zvizdic
CURE Foundation is a feminist activist group working through education, culture and arts, and research programs.
Join CURE for 100 years of International Women's Day, March 8th, 2011:
The conference UNSCR 1325: Moving beyond theory to maximize security in the OSCE, will bring together local and inter
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Society must recognize that women should be allowed equal opportunity for participation in security structures.
Women's rights activist Vedrana Frašto speaks with AWID about the importance of challenging convention
"I follow with my eyes men who are passing by.
An extraordinarily powerful documentary, CALLING THE GHOSTS is the first-person account of two women caught in a war
As Yugoslavia split apart in the wake of the Soviet Union's collapse, the breakaway state of Bosnia and Herzegovina s
Bosnia and Herzegovina was one of the 200 countries in the world that joined the One Billion Rising Campaign and rose
Today we mark the anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide and offer our thoughts and prayers to the victims and their
When Sevda Cibo returned to the Sarajevo suburb of Hadzici in March 1996 after spending most of the war as a refugee,
A conference on the obligations of Bosnia and Herzegovina to women survivors of war crimes organized by the Swiss Ass
Joint Conference in Bosnia: February 10th – 14th 2014
While the Western nations now have turned their focus to ‘resolving the migration crisis’, we the peace activists fro
This article written by Madeleine Reese from WILPF is a personal essay explaining how the travel ban affects women ac