Alternativne ministarke BiH u posjeti koleginicama iz Ženske vlade Srbije PDF Print E-mail
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Alternativne ministarke BiH u posjeti koleginicama iz Ženske vlade Srbije
Članice Ženske alternativne vlade BiH boraviće u posjeti Ženskoj vladi Srbije u Beogradu 22. i 23. aprila sa kojima će razgovarati o mogućnostima saradnje i eventualnim zajedničkim  projektima. Tokom posjete predviđeno je da alternativne ministarke posjete dvije ženske organizacije “Poslovne žene” i Rekonstrukcija Ženski fond.

Banja Luka, 17. april 2014.
Logo-ZENSKA-VLADA5Članice Ženske alternativne vlade BiH boraviće u posjeti Ženskoj vladi Srbije u Beogradu 22. i 23. aprila sa kojima će razgovarati o mogućnostima saradnje i eventualnim zajedničkim  projektima. Tokom posjete predviđeno je da alternativne ministarke posjete dvije ženske organizacije “Poslovne žene” i Rekonstrukcija Ženski fond.

 
Aktivnosti HPG do kraja aprila PDF Print E-mail
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Aktivnosti HPG do kraja aprila:
od 23. do 25. aprila u Sarajevu – Prva radionica za izradu “Stretegije efikasnog modela saradnje između organizacija osoba sa invaliditetom”.
od 28. do 30. aprila u Bijeljini  – Trening za organizacije osoba sa invaliditetom na temu pisanja projekata I izrade lokalnih akcionih planova u oblasti invalidnosti
30. april, Banjaluka – Počinje serija javnih konsultacija u vezi sa usklađenošću domaćih zakona sa UN konvencijom o pravima osoba sa invaliditetom. Prve javne konsultacije na temu uskađenosti zakona iz oblasti obrazovanja sa UN konvencijom o pravima osoba sa invaliditetom biće održane 30. aprila u hotelu Bosna u Banjaluci sa početkom u 12.00 časova.
Od 22. do 23 aprila, Beograd – Članice Ženske alternativne vlade BiH posjetiće ministarke Ženske vlade Srbije sa kojima će razgovarati o mogućnostima saradnje I eventualnim zajedničkim projektima. Pored toga, Ženska alternativna vlada BiH posjetiće I organizacije Rekonstrukcija Ženski fond I Poslovne žene.
Od 28. do 30. aprila, Tuzla – Ministrica za socijalnu politiku I zdravlje u Ženskoj alternativnoj vladi BiH Mirsada Bajramović organizovaće u Mjesnoj zajednici Mihatovići, opština Tuzla, radionicu na temu reproduktivnog zdravlja
od 22. do 23. aprila, Sarajevo – Sastanak Ženske mreže
od 23. do 25. aprila, Sarajevo – Radionica o planiranju ženske izborne kampanje
od 29. do 30. aprila, Banjaluka – Sastanak Inicijative “Građanki za ustvne promjene” koja se zalaže za  promjenu Ustava BiH iz rodne perspektive i perspektive ljudskih prava
26. april, izvor Sane – u sklopu promotivnih događaja u projektu “X-pres” organizujemo, zajednom sa Centrom za životnu sredinu odlazak na izvor Sane kako bi ukazali na ekološku neodrživost izgradnje mini hidrocentrala na izvoru ove prelijepe rijeke

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Od 22. do 23. aprila, Sarajevo – Sastanak Ženske mreže

Od 22. do 23. aprila, Beograd – Članice Ženske alternativne vlade BiH posjetiće ministarke Ženske vlade Srbije sa kojima će razgovarati o mogućnostima saradnje i eventualnim zajedničkim projektima. Pored toga, Ženska alternativna vlada BiH posjetiće i organizacije Rekonstrukcija Ženski fond i Poslovne žene

Od 23. do 25. aprila, Sarajevo – Radionica o planiranju ženske izborne kampanje

Od 23. do 25. aprila, Sarajevo – Prva radionica za izradu “Stretegije efikasnog modela saradnje između organizacija osoba sa invaliditetom”

25. april, Banjaluka - Objavljujemo konkurs za prijem novih volontera!

26. april, izvor Sane – u sklopu promotivnih događaja u projektu “X-pres” organizujemo, zajedno sa Centrom za životnu sredinu odlazak na izvor Sane kako bi ukazali na ekološku neodrživost izgradnje mini hidrocentrala na izvoru ove prelijepe rijeke

Od 28. do 30. aprila,  Bijeljina – Trening za organizacije osoba sa invaliditetom na temu pisanja projekata i izrade lokalnih akcionih planova u oblasti invalidnosti

Od 28. do 30. aprila, Tuzla – Ministrica za socijalnu politiku i zdravlje u Ženskoj alternativnoj vladi BiH Mirsada Bajramović organizovaće u Mjesnoj zajednici Mihatovići, opština Tuzla, radionicu na temu reproduktivnog zdravlja

Od 29. do 30. aprila, Banjaluka – Sastanak Inicijative “Građanki za ustvne promjene” koja se zalaže za  promjenu Ustava BiH iz rodne perspektive i perspektive ljudskih prava

30. april, Banjaluka – Počinje serija javnih konsultacija u vezi sa usklađenošću domaćih zakona sa UN konvencijom o pravima osoba sa invaliditetom. Prve javne konsultacije na temu uskađenosti zakona iz oblasti obrazovanja sa UN konvencijom o pravima osoba sa invaliditetom biće održane 30. aprila u hotelu Bosna u Banjaluci sa početkom u 12.00 časova


 
A workshop for 25 journalism students in Banjaluka PDF Print E-mail
A workshop for 25 journalism students in Banjaluka
Banja Luka, 10 April 2014
An interactive workshop for students of second and third year of Journalism was held on April 9th in Banjaluka. The title of this workshop was “Standards in reporting about marginalized groups”.
25 students took part at the workshop. Milkica Milojević, a lecturer introduced future journalists about the term of marginalized groups in BiH and how media report about these sensitive groups.  An  experienced journalist stressed the importance of socially-responsible journalism drawing attention to “trend” of media neglecting these people which is an additional marginalization leaving less opportunities for them to exercise all rights guaranteed by the BiH Constitution.
According to Milojević, when media present various marginalized groups, the problem is a stereotype when reporting which is, in most of the cases, a consequence of journalism neglect, tabloidization, the lack of knowledge, compassion and courage but the lack of journalists preparedness to accept the challenge. A special attention, she said, should be given to terminology and avoid insulting and discriminatory language that often calls for open resistance and hate towards some minority groups.
In a pleasant two-hour long lecture, the journalist answered to students’ questions and gave them recommendation how to make a n objective attitude.  What should guide every journalist is professionalism and work by the code and laws when reporting about marginalized groups, Milkica Milojević said.

Banja Luka, 10 April 2014
radionica-studenti-kolazAn interactive workshop for students of second and third year of Journalism was held on April 9th in Banjaluka. The title of this workshop was “Standards in reporting about marginalized groups”.
25 students took part at the workshop. Milkica Milojević, a lecturer introduced future journalists about the term of marginalized groups in BiH and how media report about these sensitive groups. An experienced journalist stressed the importance of socially-responsible journalism drawing attention to “trend” of media neglecting these people which is an additional marginalization leaving less opportunities for them to exercise all rights guaranteed by the BiH Constitution.
According to Milojević, when media present various marginalized groups, the problem is a stereotype when reporting which is, in most of the cases, a consequence of journalism neglect, tabloidization, the lack of knowledge, compassion and courage but the lack of journalists preparedness to accept the challenge. A special attention, she said, should be given to terminology and avoid insulting and discriminatory language that often calls for open resistance and hate towards some minority groups.
In a pleasant two-hour long lecture, the journalist answered to students’ questions and gave them recommendation how to make a n objective attitude. What should guide every journalist is professionalism and work by the code and laws when reporting about marginalized groups, Milkica Milojević said.

 
First meeting of RS Committee for tackle against hate speech PDF Print E-mail
First meeting of RS Committee for tackle against hate speech
Banja Luka, 8 April 2014
There was held the first meeting of Committee for tackle against hate speech on internet yesterday in Banjaluka. The Committee was launched by RS Ministry of Family, Youth and Sport to the Government of RS in accordance with international campaign of Council of Europe. The Committee is composed of representatives of six ministries, Education Pedagogic Office, RTRS, Children Ombudsman and youth and NGOs.
Guests from Croatia and Serbia participated at the meeting presenting their campaigns against hate speech. Their presentations were useful for Committee’s members because of guidelines for organizing on-line campaigns in local communities, schools, theaters and places where young people gather.
The aim of campaign is to inform and sensitize young people in RS, BiH and the region about hate speech on internet and its consequences.
Creating a logotype of campaign and forming working groups is underway.

Banja Luka, 8 April 2014
Odrzan_prvi_sastanak_Komiteta_za_borbu_protiv_govora_mrznje_jpgThere was held the first meeting of Committee for tackle against hate speech on internet yesterday in Banjaluka. The Committee was launched by RS Ministry of Family, Youth and Sport to the Government of RS in accordance with international campaign of Council of Europe. The Committee is composed of representatives of six ministries, Education Pedagogic Office, RTRS, Children Ombudsman and youth and NGOs.
Guests from Croatia and Serbia participated at the meeting presenting their campaigns against hate speech. Their presentations were useful for Committee’s members because of guidelines for organizing on-line campaigns in local communities, schools, theaters and places where young people gather.
The aim of campaign is to inform and sensitize young people in RS, BiH and the region about hate speech on internet and its consequences.
Creating a logotype of campaign and forming working groups is underway.

 
Working visit to Prijedor Gender equality commission PDF Print E-mail
Working visit to Prijedor Gender equality commission
Banja Luka, 4 April 2014
Representatives of Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly Banjaluka and United Women met members of Prijedor Gender Equality Commission and Centre for social work yesterday  in Prijedor.  The reason they met was the work of this Commission and cooperation with other actors for establishing gender equality and protection of women’s human rights.
At the meeting was discussed about plans of the Commission and obligations that  BiH must do as a signatory of the  Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence.  It was also talked about legal obligations fulfilling to fund safe houses. The city of Prijedor does not have funds for this issue yet.  A message sent from the meeting was to keep up the good cooperation with NGOs in field of gender equality to maintain the practice of joint advocating for greater women’s participation in political and public life and promote the work of the Commission.

Banja Luka, 4 April 2014
sast_prijedorRepresentatives of Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly Banjaluka and United Women met members of Prijedor Gender Equality Commission and Centre for social work yesterday in Prijedor. The reason they met was the work of this Commission and cooperation with other actors for establishing gender equality and protection of women’s human rights.
At the meeting was discussed about plans of the Commission and obligations that  BiH must do as a signatory of the  Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence. It was also talked about legal obligations fulfilling to fund safe houses. The city of Prijedor does not have funds for this issue yet. A message sent from the meeting was to keep up the good cooperation with NGOs in field of gender equality to maintain the practice of joint advocating for greater women’s participation in political and public life and promote the work of the Commission.

 
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