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Regionalna podrška predlozima za paritet u izbornom zakonodavstvu BiH Print E-mail
Thursday, 28 April 2016 05:58

Poštovani parlamentarci i parlamentarke BiH, poštovani članovi i članice komisije za rodnu ravnopravnost parlamenta BiH!

Oči   ljudi naše regije, kojima je stalo do istinske demokracije i rodne ravnopravnosti,  danas su uprte u vaš parlament, koji se odlučio na promene izbornog zakonodavstva po hitnom postupku.  U prilozima vam šaljemo našu regionalnu pa i širu podršku za uvodjenje pariteta u izbornom zakonodavstvu vaše zemlje i želimo Vam puno uspeha u današnjem radu.
Sa velikom  nadom u Vašu iskrenu  demokratsku opredeljenost, srdačno Vas sve pozdravlja Vaša Sonja Lokar, bivša predsedavajuča Gender Task Force u Paktu o stabilnosti.

Pismo solidarnosti i podrške parlamentarkama i parlamentrcima BiH
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Peticija za bolji izborni zakon u BiH Print E-mail
Monday, 25 April 2016 03:35

Drage saradnice i kolegice, saradnici i kolege!

ovo je stvarno hitno. Naše kolegice  u BiH mogle bi za nekoliko dana izgubiti važne pozitivne mjere u svojem izbornom zakonu, koji se mjenja po hitnom postupku.  Potpisivanjem ove peticije naš CEE Network for Gender Issues  izvršiti će pritisak regionalne napredne javnosti na BiH parlament, da se to ne dogodi.  
Molim vas, pogledajte donju peticiju. potpišite je, ako se slažete  i vratite mail adresu This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it do 27.4. 2016. Proširite, koliko god možete preko  vaših socialnih medija.
Nema prava ako se za njih ne izborimo, a solidarnost je naša najjače oružje!

PETICIJA ZA BOLJI IZBORNI ZAKON U BiH

 
PRAVO, A NE PRIVILEGIJA Dennis Gratz Print E-mail
Thursday, 21 April 2016 23:03

Read more...Šta je zastupnik Dennis Gratz izjavio o pravima porodilja?

 
Erin Vilardi Print E-mail
Thursday, 21 April 2016 12:37

Erin Vilardi is the Founder and Director of VoteRunLead, a national organization leveraging technology and training to accelerate the number of women in civic and political leadership. She first launched VRL as Vice President of Program and Communications at The White House Project, establishing the largest national political training program readying women for public office and civic life, training over 15,000 women. She has served as a Leadership Development Consultant for a range of clients, including the Yahoo! Business and Human Rights division and Athena Center for Leadership Studies at Barnard College, Columbia University, where she developed the Athena CORE10(c) - an innovative set of leadership competencies for 21st century women leaders based on the latest research and gender analysis. She has worked with a diverse range of clients including Fortune 100 companies, global girls' initiatives and the U.S. Department of State, reaching women leaders in a dozen international cities. Vilardi serves on the Advisory Boards of Girl Meets World, the New American Leaders Project, and Democracy.com and is on the Leadership Teams of Vision2020 and Political Parity. She is an Executive Producer of Ann Richards' Texas, a documentary about the late pioneering governor. She has appeared on CNN, BBC, and Fox News and her work was featured in O, The Oprah Magazine as well as numerous international and domestic articles on women and leadership.

 
EU Inicijativa Print E-mail
Tuesday, 12 April 2016 19:48

Poštovane kolegice i kolege,

Udruženje „Zemlja djece u BiH“ Tuzla uspjelo je u svojoj zagovaračkoj borbi od nekoliko mjeseci da se djeca od 6 do 15 godina koja ne idu redovno u školu u Tuzlanskom kantonu, zdravstveno osiguraju na teret kantonalnog budžeta, nakon što im je to pravo oduzeto septembarskim zakonskim izmjenama ! Jučer je Vlada TK objavila medijima da je obezbijeđeno rješenje za djecu kojoj je oduzeto pravo na zdravstvenu zaštitu, a  koje imaju po svim međunarodnim standardima ! Saopštenje Vlade je u prilogu ove poruke. Ima još posla do obezbjeđenja sistemskog rješenja, ali i ovaj pomak je veoma važan jer se desio zaista isključivo zbog snažnog medijskog pritiska iniciranog od strane našeg Udruženja.
Linkovi ispod teksta su za vasu informaciju o toku i sadrzaju akcije, ukoliko niste upoznati sa istom.
Hvala svima koji su pružili podršku našoj organizaciji tokom ove aktivnosti!
Srdačan pozdrav!

OBAVIJEST - VLADA TK

 
Report of the WPS regional workshop + "Women on the Move" conference info Print E-mail
Sunday, 10 April 2016 12:40

Dear colleagues and friends,

On behalf of Ingibjorg and myself I would to share with you the report of the regional launch of the Global Study on UNSCR 1325 implementation and the workshop on WPS that you participated in February in Istanbul. Thank you very much for your active engagement in this initiative.
This email is addressed to all who took part in the event – so please consider this as an email list on which to share updates on WPS issues in your country or region.
Let me start with an update from our side. Together with our colleagues in the UN Women Arab States office and Oxfam, we have started planning a cross-regional workshop on 16-17 May to provide an information sharing and strategizing platform for civil society organizations that have been helping refugee and migrant women on the move. This event will bring together activists from countries neighboring Syria, ie. Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Turkey and those who were effected by refugee flows over the past months, especially in South East Europe. Please see attached the concept note.
We have also distributed a survey to some 60 NGO representatives to help us shape the convening’s agenda. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/P7TB6PV. If you are interested in this issue, please feel free to fill out the survey too.
Occurring one week before the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS), we hope to voice resounding support for the proposed core commitments of the High-Level Leaders’ roundtable on women and girls. I am also attaching herewith the WHS proposed core commitments. They and more information on the WHS is available at: https://www.worldhumanitariansummit.org/
Wishing you all the best and hoping to stay in touch regularly,
Ingibjorg and Sabine

FINAL WORKSHOP REPORT
- Concept note:Women on the Move -- Strategy meeting of CSOs working with women along the European refugee route, May 2016.
PROPOSED CORE COMMITMENTS

 
Peace Building in Bosnia and Herzegovina Print E-mail
Sunday, 03 April 2016 01:54

Peace Building in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Effects of Ingroup Identification, Outgroup Trust and Intergroup Forgiveness on Intergroup Contact

The current study examines the effects of ingroup identification, outgroup trust, and intergroup forgiveness on intergroup contact quantity in the diverse cities of Sarajevo and Tuzla in Bosnia and Herzegovina. A total of 455 individuals ranging in age from 14 to 102 self-reported as either Muslim, Roman Catholic, Orthodox Christian, or Other completed a questionnaire. Analyses revealed that ingroup identification was significantly and negatively correlated with intergroup contact quantity; however, ingroup identification was not significantly correlated with outgroup trust or intergroup forgiveness. The comparison between groups revealed significant group differences across all predictor and criterion variables. To confirm whether age or community background had a moderating effect on predicting the relation between ingroup identification, outgroup trust, and intergroup forgiveness on intergroup contact quantity, moderated regression analyses were conducted. Results revealed community background, ingroup identification, and outgroup trust were all significant contributors to the model; however, age and forgiveness were not. Taken as a whole, the entire model accounted for approximately 21% of variability in intergroup contact quantity. The results from the current study reinforce the supposition that the two cities of Sarajevo and Tuzla in Bosnia and Herzegovina cannot move towards reconciliation without first understanding the effect that strong ingroup identification has on mixing with the other diverse groups, and implementing proactive measures to enhance outgroup trust and cross-community outreach. Implementing these measures in the two cities of Sarajevo and Tuzla, along with other areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina, may improve future intergroup relations and move the country closer to reconciliation and peace.

Full article: Peace Building in Bosnia and Herzegovina_ Effects of Ingroup Iden

 
How Women-Led Movements Are Redefining Power, From California to Nepal Print E-mail
Monday, 28 March 2016 15:05

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In her essay "There Is No Hierarchy of Oppressions," black lesbian feminist poet Audre Lorde wrote: "I have learned that oppression and the intolerance of difference come in all shapes and sizes and colors and sexualities; and that among those of us who share the goals of liberation and a workable future for our children, there can be no hierarchies of oppression."

Around the world, women's movements have long recognized the wisdom of that thought, which emphasizes the way social movements benefit by recognizing the intersections between different forms of oppression. In their letter "Women for Women in Ferguson," the National Domestic Workers Alliance -- a network of organizations representing nannies, home care workers, and housekeepers -- stood in solidarity with the women of Ferguson, Missouri, who were affected by police brutality.

"As domestic workers, as women, we know that dignity is everyone's issue and justice is everyone's hope," the letter reads. "We organize to create a world where every single one of us, domestic workers, black teens, immigrant children, aging grandparents -- all of us -- are treated with respect and dignity."

In the face of growing corporate power, land grabs, economic injustice, and climate change, women's movements offer a paradigm shift. They have redefined leadership and development models, connected the dots between issues and oppression, prioritized collective power and movement-building, and critically examined how issues of gender, race, caste, class, sexuality, and ability disproportionately exclude and marginalize.

"People of color within LGBTQ movements; girls of color in the fight against the school-to-prison pipeline; women within immigration movements; trans women within feminist movements; and people with disabilities fighting police abuse -- all face vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, ableism, and more," wrote Dr. Kimberlé Crenshaw, executive director of the African American Policy Forum, in a recent opinion piece. "Intersectionality has given many advocates a way to frame their circumstances and to fight for their visibility and inclusion."

Women of color have unleashed powerful media campaigns and actions by connecting identity and its relationship with structural racism and institutional power. #DalitWomenFight, a powerful media initiative, links sexual violence faced by Dalit women with the deeply entrenched and institutionalized structure of caste in India. And in the United States, evocative actions taken by the #SayHerName campaign highlight how police brutality disproportionately affects black women.

Whether it is indigenous women in the Amazon fighting corporate polluters and climate change or undocumented Latina domestic workers advocating for worker rights and dignity in California, women's groups and networks are making links between unbridled capitalism, violence, and the erosion of human rights and destruction of the Earth.

Here are just a few stories that show how they've done this. Read more...

 
Drage naše želimo Vam sretan. 8 mart! Print E-mail
Monday, 07 March 2016 18:58

Read more...Sarajevo 08.03.2016
10:00-12:00– Tematska sjednica, Parlamentarna skupština Bosne i Hercegovine
11:00- Osmomartovski protestni marš (polazak ispred Parlamentarne skupštine BiH)
12:00- Susret građanke, mame, porodilje sa parlamentarkama i parlamentarcima
14:00- Tematska sjednica Komisije za jednakopravnost spolova u BiH
16:00- Čitanje SEVEN, Velika sala Parlamenta Federacije