MENGA Research Presented at the Regional Conference ‘Our Bodies Are Not a Taboo’ Held in Pristina, Kosovo

On May 28, 2024, the conference ‘Our Bodies Are Not a Taboo. Period.’ was held in Pristina, Kosovo, bringing together key stakeholders from the region. The conference attracted a diverse group of participants, including representatives from institutions, national and municipal authorities, international organizations, civil society, and the private sector. The focus of the conference was on discussing […]

Panel Discussion “Artist or Professor: How to Keep Academia from Taking Your Soul?” Held at Manifesto Gallery

On May 28th, a new panel discussion in the “Female Workers in Culture” series was held at Manifesto Gallery under the title “Artist or Professor: How to Keep Academia from Taking our Soul?”. The main speaker was Amra Bakšić Čamo, and the discussion was moderated by Professor Adisa Bašić from the University of Sarajevo. On May 28th,[…]

EDUCATION HELD UNDER THE TITLE ‘INVESTIGATION AS A PROCESS, CRIMINAL-TECHNICAL, TACTICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ACTION, (WITH REFERENCE TO CASES OF GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE)’

The Police Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Zenica-Doboj Canton and the TPO Foundation from Sarajevo, as part of the UNIGEM project, on Wednesday, May 22, 2024, held one-day training in the premises of the Center for Training and Accommodation of the Special Police Unit in Zenica. The topic was ‘Investigation as a procedural,[…]

Conclusion of the Online Workshop Series “Socrates Café”

In an era marked by digital connectivity, the pursuit of meaningful dialogue and intellectual exchange transcends geographical boundaries. On May 20, 2024, participants of the fourth Socrates Café gathered online to explore the question: “What kind of guidance can foster healthier relationships and celebration of diversity?” The conversation was moderated by Dr. Christopher Phillips, the esteemed founder[…]

The fourth panel discussion “Female workers in Culture”

The fourth installment of the panel discussion series titled “Female workers in Culture” explored the question: “Is music a male dominated field?” Held at Galerija Manifesto on May 14, 2024, the event aimed to investigate the extent to which patriarchal norms shape the contemporary music scene in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The panelists, comprising three exceptional women from[…]

Terms of Reference (TOR) for Analysis of Educational Activities undertakenby 19 Partner Universities within the UNIGEM Project

KOR 375-05-24-1Sarajevo, 05.05.2024 Terms of Reference (TOR) for Analysis of Educational Activities undertakenby 19 Partner Universities within the UNIGEM Project Background and information of the Projects: TPO Foundation (Transcultural Psychosocial Educational Foundation) advocates for gender equality, dialogue and peace through partnership of civil society, academic institutions and government. It stands for freedom of consciousness and thought, regardless of identity or affiliation.Bridging[…]

INVITATION: Series of panels “FEMALE WORKERS IN CULTURE* 4th panel: Is Music a Male-Dominated Field?

In the context of the fourth panel, we will attempt to answer the question of whether music is a male-dominated field and to what extent patriarchal norms and perceptions shape the contemporary Bosnian-Herzegovinian music scene. During this month’s panel, we will meet three exceptional women who will speak, through personal experience, about how they managed to overcome[…]

Panel Antifascism, Gender, and Higher Education

On the 9th of May 2024, a compelling online panel convened to delve into the intricate intersections of “Antifascism, Gender, and Higher Education,” commemorating the International Day against Fascism and Europe Day. Hosted by esteemed personalities and experts in the field, the event provided a platform for critical discourse on pressing socio-political issues. The panelists, each bringing[…]