Adopted Resolution on Women from Western Balkan contains proposal on amending Constitution of BiH from gender perspective

Members of the Initiative „Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform“ from the Foundation CURE in cooperation with the organization Right for Everyone have sent the key questions  for European Commission in November 18, to the main representative of the European Parliament for women’s rights at  the Western Balkan, Biljana Borzan. The questions we asked are about…

Analysis/ Is it time for revision of the Dayton Agreement?

Written by:Faruk Vele Faced with deep crisis of Bosnia and Herzegovina and policies that openly threaten by complete automation of this country, the part of the intellectual circles in our state ask question more frequently is it time for upgrading Dayton Peace Agreement and constitutional changes that would bring this country stability. The model we…

Are women politicians elected for citizens or for their political leaders?

Foundation CURE and member of the Initiative “Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform” have released public announcement today that directly points to the issue of women’s invisibility and women’s rights in all the policies with the focus on that exact act of adopting Dayton Peace Agreement and current constitutional mechanisms. We forward you this announcement in…

Guide through Constitution in Bratunac

On December 7, 2018, in Bratunac, the Initiative “Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform” held street action where they promoted this project. Thereby, citizens of Bratunac had an opportunity to get acknowledged with the publication Guide through Constitution form W(omen) to A(mendments) with the aim to familiarize citizens with the basic terms of the Constitution of…

We asked European Parliament on constitutional discrimination

Member of the European Parliament (EP) from Croatia Željana Zovko (EPP) has organized the conference under the title “EU Enlargement and the Western Balkan, Youth and the Impact of the Parliament Resolution – Case Bosnia and Herzegovina”. The event was also attended by Josip Grubeša (CDU BiH), Minister of Justice from BiH. As stated representative…

Round table in Jablanica

Yesterday, on November 27, 2018 the Initiative “Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform” held round table where previous activities and priorities that the Initiative stands for were presented. Like most round tables organized under this initiative the central topic was not only its priorities but discussion regarding request that the Constitution of BiH guarantees equal health,…

Guide through Constitution form W(omen) to A(mendments) in Parliamentary Assembly of BiH

On November 22, 2018, the Initiative “Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform” has delivered to all representatives of both houses of Parliamentary Assembly of BiH the publication “Guide through Constitution form W(omen) to A(mendments)” aimed preferably for citizens. This publication uses the letters of alphabet to explain terms regarding Constitution of BiH in the most accessible…

MEDIA ANNOUNCEMENT regarding 23 years of constitutional discrimination

MEDIA ANNOUNCEMENT 23 years after, Constitution of BiH still enables for the members of non-constituent peoples to elect their representatives in the election process. This is continuation of the systematic constitutional discrimination which in this or that way affects all citizens of the BH society. Empty voting papers that members of the Others threw in…