Held IV Regular Assembly of the Initiative

Fourth Regular Assembly of the Initiative was held on Friday, July 2, 2021 via Zoom platform. Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly Banja Luka, as coordinating organization of the Initiative, presented implemented activities and results of the project “Engendering Constitutional Changes III” which was implemented in 2019 and 2020 and provided overview of the activities implemented in the…

Reception at the residence of the EU Delegation in BiH

Representative of the Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly Banjaluka, which is coordinating organization of the Initiative Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform, came to reception that EU Delegation in BiH organized last night in honor of the American Special Representative for the Western Balkan Matthew Palmer and Executive Director for Western Balkan, Turkey and Great Britain before European…

Gender sensitive language should become habit, the problem is in patriarchate

We present you conversation with Sandra Zlotrg, linguist, professor of BCS language and lector, director of the Association Linguists. We talk on the gender equality in language, gender sensitivity in general, in communication, regulations, professions, procedures in public institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as in education and media. Can we say that women…

European Parliament adopted Resolution on Bosnia and Herzegovina

With 483 votes “for”, 73 against and 133 neutral, European Parliament adopted, in the form of the Resolution, report on BiH which was prepared and recently adopted by the Committee for Foreign Affairs. Report is divided into seven chapters related to the reconciliation process, function of the democratic institutions, rule of law, fundamental human rights,…

Presenting the Initiative in Srebrenik

On Sunday, June 20, 2021, in Srebrenik, activists of the Association “HO HORIZONTI” Tuzla and non-formal Women’s Lobby Group Srebrenik held street action whereas they promote the Initiative Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform. In this occasion, they talked with citizens on importance of including civic initiatives in the process of the constitutional reform and why…

Meeting with representative of the American Embassy in BiH

Today, on June 14, 2021 in Banja Luka was held meeting of the representatives of the Initiative Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform and Rami Blair, Deputy Head of the Office of American Embassy in Banja Luka whereas, among other things, was discussed about the current changes of the Election Law and “limited” constitutional reform and…

Online conversation: “Participation of the Civil Society Organizations in Elections Reform”

Today, on June 9, 2021, the Initiative Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform participated in online conversation under title “Participation of the Civil Society Organizations in Elections Reform” that gathered representatives of larger number of civil society organizations which work on creating public policies in various ways, especially in relation to election and constitutional reform. Panelists…