UNIGEM: The video material “What is a woman like?” created by student Lejla Mešanović has been published

In the month of March 2024, a student of the Faculty of Political Sciences of the University of Sarajevo, Lejla Mešanović from Ilijaš, held a series of activities within the project Introducing gender-conscious policies in higher education – UNIGEM. Lejla started her mini-project by showing the film “Girl Rising” to the students of the “Nedžad Ibrišimović” High […]

Two Workshops Held as Part of the Unigem Project at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Banja Luka

On Tuesday, April 9, a workshop titled “Gender equality: international documents and national legislation” was held at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Banja Luka. The workshop was led by Prof. Dr Milena Karapetrović from the Department of Philosophy of the Faculty of Philosophy. This activity was part of the UNIGEM project. The workshop provided[…]

Ecofeminism and Social Care: on Activist Potentials and Opportunities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Jasmina Husanović In Bosnia and Herzegovina, in all fields of action and in our everyday lives, we have been witnessing and resisting cascading crises for decades, whose dynamics are caused by both extreme and slow violence[1], including wartime and post-war, “post-Dayton” violence. However, its population, its people, are clear that war is not the only disaster that[…]

WORKSHOP ON GENDER EQUALITY IN THE AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT SECTOR – PRACTICE AND PUBLIC DECISIONS

On Thursday, March 28, 2024, as part of the UNIGEM project, in cooperation with the TPO Foundation, the University Gender Resource Center (UNIGeRC) and the Faculty of Agriculture and Food (PPF) in Sarajevo, a workshop was held for students and teaching staff, titled ‘Gender equality in the sector of agriculture and rural development – practice and public[…]

MENGA Research Presented to the Public

On March 26, 2024, the results of the research titled “How much does it cost and how much does it hurt: Social decoding of menstruation at universities in BIH” were presented to the public and university representatives as part of the MENGA project. This publication represents the outcome of a five-month study conducted at eight public universities[…]