Step by step towards unique maternity benefits

Members of the Initiative “Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform”, and Association “Women to Women” held the meeting with the Prime Minister of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Fadil Novalić regarding the establishment of the Fond for Payment of the Unique Maternity Benefits at the Territory of the Federation of BiH. The Initiative supports unique…

On the Constitution and Human Rights in Tuzla

Member of the Initiative “Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform” Association “HO Horizonti” from Tuzla organized a round table in Tuzla on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. The primary goal of the round table was to present the activities of the Initiative in the active advocacy for women’s inclusion in the constitutional reform processes. Mira Vilušić, a…

The Initiative presented activity priorities in Doboj

On Wednesday, 05/10/2017 on the round table, the Initiative “Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform” was presented in Doboj for the first time by its member the Center for Civil Society Development in BiH. This event brought together representatives of organizations and associations from the region of Doboj, as well as individuals, to get acquainted with…

Conference: Gender Prejudices in Applying the Law

The Initiative “Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform” received an official invitation to the Conference on Gender Prejudice in Applying the Law and promotion of the manual Gender Prejudices in Applying the Law: Bosnia and Herzegovina and International Legal Frameworks and Practice. This is an extraordinary opportunity to talk about prejudices about women’s participation in the…

When even the language is ruled by men

In Banja Luka, and in the RS in general, you will not officially meet a woman that is a doctor, engineer, journalist, and especially professor or a director because, here, even the language is ruled by men. Gender equality exam. It seems that Banja Luka fell on the first entrance exam on gender equality, namely…

Health care in BiH

For the past two decades, consciously or unconsciously, we are surrounded by various health care related issues in Bosnia and Herzegovina: starting from the problem of the administrative nature regarding the right to health care, insufficient information of citizens in the sphere of that same rights to treatment and healing, to the inability to have…

The Initiative presented its work to Equal Opportunities Committee of NARS

At the invitation of the president of the Equal Opportunities Committee of the National Assembly of Republic of Srpska, members of the Initiative “Women Citizens for Constitutional Reform” attended the XVIII Regular Meeting of this Committee on April 24, 2017. The session was attended by the Ombudsman Jasminka Džumhur, Ljubinko Mitrović, Human Rights Ombudsman of…