“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
Feminist and trades union activists are leading the fight back against neoliberal economic policies in Northern Irela
Since late November, Ukrainians have assembled in the capital city to protest current government regime.
So much has been said about it, so many small and international-scale conferences have been held in big salons, and s
The Commissioner for the Protection of Equality Nevena Petrusic has urged that women should account for a third of ca
Fighting to make Bosnia-Herzegovina's constitution acknowledge women
Around 25 experts addressed the role of women in promoting transparency, accountability and integrity in the
In the context of the conflict in the former Yugoslavia and of the genocide in Rwanda, reports of sexual violence app
Over 770 people have filed their bids for participation in the parliamentary elections in Chechnya, a republic in Rus
Two ladies, one in red, the other in blue — that two iconic early images of Turkey's uprising flashed around th
Ten projects of civil society organizations were officially launched today in the presence of the Head of the Europea
Finland wants to make it easier for women to enter peacekeeping forces, but this could mean loosening physical fitnes
The Equal power – Lasting Peace conference gathered more than 100 participants, EU and NATO officials and polit
Conversations have taken a livelier turn at dinner tables across Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), according to one young
Women are discriminated against in most societies.
On July 11th, Remzija Delic will see her children again.
Last Sunday former nationalist leader Tomislav Nikolic was elected as Serbia's new president.
More than 2,500 women from 140 countries traveled to İstanbul on Thursday for the start of the Association of Wo
A new partnership between the EU and UN Women set up to strengthen cooperation between the two organizations on their
Twenty years ago this month, war broke out in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the main act in the dissolution of Yugoslavia.
The signing ceremony in Belgrade this Thursday officially launched a project dubbed “Support for Gender Mainstr
Today, one-third of company owners and top managers in Bulgaria are women.
The continuing prevalence of civil wars merits renewed efforts to understand more about how they might be successfull
I remember one day, when I was working in Belfast – it was back in the nineties.
The need to engage women in all phases of conflict prevention, crisis management and post-conflict rehabilitation was
What do driving, voting, wearing pants, and protesting have in common?
How does Europe compare with sub-Saharan Africa in terms of women's rights?
The President of the Republic of Kosovo, Mrs. Atifete Jahjaga continues the official visit to Lithuania.
The number of women on political scene of Serbia, especially at influential posts, has been significantly dropping ea
Sat in the front row in army fatigues and desert boots and patiently listening to children giving their presentation,
In office for nearly a year now, Serbia's Commissioner for the Protection of Equality Nevena Petrusic has been deluge
Women from all the main parties are set to join forces next week — to demand an increase in females in the next
Loznica town management senior official Ljubinka Gordanic is one of the many high-ranking women that heads to work ea
The International Day of the Roma is celebrated on April 8.
This paper attempts to provide an input for the forthcoming “EU Framework and National strategy on Roma inclusi
Last year, Serbia passed a bill regulating gender equality, but the traditional Balkan notion that women belong at ho
The Head of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo Ambassador Werner Almhofer called on March 8 for the enhanced participation of
The Acting Head of the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ambassador Vadim Kuznetsov, called for better implemen
Quotas are needed to ensure equal representation of women in the private and public sectors, agreed most participants
The round table, held at Centre's premises on March 1, was opened by welcome speech of Tanja Miscevic, State Secretar
Serbia must appoint at least one woman to its PACE delegation before the start of the April session, or have its voti
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina– The Women's Democracy Network (WDN) along with the International Republican I
Switzerland is taking further steps to implement an international resolution that aims to increase the participation
When NATO unveils its new doctrine later this month, it will include a revamped nuclear policy, a section on cyberwar
The Estonian government approved on Thursday of the Estonian action plan for implementing the UN Security Council res
Israel's outgoing U.N.
Late last year, I hosted a conference in Sarajevo that brought together female parliamentarians from across the regio
Cyprus is a nation with a rich cultural history that stretches back over many centuries.Its modern history has been d
2010 to 2020 has been adopted by the African Union as the African Women's Decade.