Serbia’s legal framework for protecting national minorities is solid, Serbian authorities are making commendable efforts to improve the situation of Roma-communities and to regulate the status of stateless persons, to develop cultural initiatives and minority media. However, the contrast between the levels of protection of minority rights in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina and in …
22. January, 2020 – The Council of Europe Expert Group on Action against Violence against Women and Domestic Violence (GREVIO) published its first baseline evaluation report on Serbia. The report contains a comprehensive analysis of the implementation of the provisions of the Istanbul Convention. It welcomes several legislative acts, the Law on the Prevention of …
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.”
CSSP News: Mapping on sexual violence services in the Western Balkans and Turkey Executive summary is now published!
December 9th, 2019 – The ‘Mapping on sexual violence services in the Western Balkans and Turkey’ Executive summary aims at providing an overview of the services specifically supporting victims of sexual violence in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey. International legislation calls for adequate support services for victims of sexual …
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.
CSSP News: Premier of partner video “Collaborating towards an effective implementation of the Istanbul Convention”
CSSP partners have successfully cooperated since 2017 to contribute to the effective implementation of the Istanbul Convention in their region. As one of the last collaborations of the project, they created a video to illustrate the effectiveness of their cooperation.