Activists Raise Money for Book on Important Bosnian Women

Three Bosnian women’s rights activist are starting a crowdfunding campaign to publish a book on Bosnian women who left mark on the country’s history. The book will crown a social media campaign from early 2018, which promoted Bosnia’s historic female figures that were largely ignored in a patriarchal society. Continue reading Activists Raise Money for Book on Important Bosnian Women

Ensuring a Smooth Transition for a Sustainable Response to HIV and Tuberculosis in Bosnia

International funding from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is ending this year. Bosnia can remain a country with the lowest HIV rate in Europe and sustained reduction of tuberculosis levels only if full implementation of transition from international funding towards sustainable domestically-owned HIV and TB responses is ensured. Continue reading Ensuring a Smooth Transition for a Sustainable Response to HIV and Tuberculosis in Bosnia

Bosnian Croats Mark the Anniversary of Wartime Statelet

Bosnian Croat politicians marked the 25th anniversary of the establishment of a breakaway statelet in Bosnia during the 1992-95 war. The anniversary was marked with a ceremony in Mostar, the designated capital of the Bosnian Croat republic that was dissolved in 1996. Continue reading Bosnian Croats Mark the Anniversary of Wartime Statelet