Is there a future without ethnic democracy?

I use my classes to share with students two approaches on how to include women in politics. One comes from an English parliamentarian 150 years ago and another from a very high positioned official. The fact is that there is no any difference between their attitudes. The upcoming General Elections in 2018 make us captured…

Small number of women in decision making processes

Women are half of the voters in Bosnia and Herzegovina. However, women are not equal with men in decision making processes both on entity and state level and the same case is with local authority. Gender equality has not been recognized in the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina. According to data of the Agency for…

Include Women in Change Processes

Within the initiative “Include Women in Change Processes”, on 17 and 18 April, 2018 in Banja Luka, were held two round tables on sustainable peace and right to justice. Within the first round table on sustainable peace, participants had an opportunity to point to challenges, provide solutions and send messages regarding reconciliation and transitional justice,…

Initiative in Brčko District

On Tuesday, April 17, 2018, members of the Initiative “Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform” have presented the work of the Initiative to Lidija Ljubojević, president of the Commission for Gender Equality of the Assembly of Brčko District. They also discussed plan of the Commission for Gender Equality of the Assembly of Brčko District to work…

Alternative Analytical Report on Application of BiH for EU Membership announced

Members of the Initiative “Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform” have participated in creating Alternative Analytical Report on Application of BiH for EU Membership. This report is the result of the joint cooperation between organizations and individuals, members of the Initiative for Monitoring EU Integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Like the previous ones, this report is…

The Initiative of Nedžada Avdić adopted in Tuzla Canton

Radio show broadcasted last week by Federal Radio in cooperation with the Initiative “Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform” seemed to be very productive, especially in Tuzla Canton. Cantonal Minister for health Bahrudin Hadžiefendić yesterday held the press conference where stressed out that pregnant women diagnosed with thrombophilia and those that had cesarean section will be…

Listen to the radio show on health care approach

Last week, to be exactly on April 2, 2018, the Initiative “Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform” in cooperation with the Federal Radio has broadcasted radio show “Human Rights” hosted by Zlata Behram. The subject of the radio show was titled “Approach to Health Care Far Away from Equal and Civil Treatment”. Our question is whether…