Serbia, 23th of January 2020: Non-governmental organizations working with women are facing growing isolation, because none of the recently adopted legislation provides for cooperation between state institutions and specialized women’s organizations, according to one of the recommendations of the Council of Europe’s GREVIO Expert Group about the implementation of the Istanbul Convention in Serbia, presented …
Is there place for feminist and critical activism in Serbia? / Да ли има простора за феминистички и критички активизам у Србији?
20th of January 2020: At the meeting of the Women’s Network of Southwestern Serbia, held in Vrnjacka Banja for the weekend, the Phenomena Association presented the publication “Narrowing the Space for Feminist and Critical Activism in Serbia.”
Human Rights Defenders Day marked by a support rally in Tutin / Дан бранитељки људских права обележен скупом подршке у Тутину
29th of November 2019: International Women’s Day is celebrated on 29 November worldwide, in support of women and women activists working actively to improve the status of women. Members of the Network of Women of Southwestern Serbia expressed their support to human rights defender Dzeneta Agovic and her organization “Impuls” in a meeting in Tutin.
September 20th, 2019: The first in a series of activities called “Living Library” within the Gender Lab project was held on September 17 at the Elementary School “Rifat Burdzevic Trso” in Tutin, with the support of the association “Impuls” from Tutin and “Fenomena” from Kraljevo. More than 170 students participated.
29th of August, 2019: The report of the Autonomous Women’s Center indicates that the number of received calls in the observed period is twice less than the number displayed by the newly formed SOS phone, and amounts to 934 calls (155.7 calls per month). The other 861 calls, made up of “test” calls, should not …
16 trafficking victims have been officially recorded since the beginning of the year in Serbia / Od početka godine zvanično zabeleženo 16 slučajeva trgovine ljudima u Srbiji
In the first 7 Months in Srbia were identified 16 officially victims of trafficking in human beings, although, according to NGOs, the real number of victims is much higher. In order to draw public attention to the phenomenon of trafficking in human beings, as well as to inform their fellow citizens about the various forms …
30th of July 2019, Serbia: Since the beginning of 2019, 15 women have been killed in domestic-partner violence in Serbia, according to data from the Network of Women Against Violence, which issued a press release on the occasion.