There can be no EU integration without women’s participation

With the support of the Kvinna Till Kvinna Foundation, the organization “Rights for All” organized an online discussion “BiH is in Europe, when will we join the EU?“. The topic of the discussion was  the process of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s accession to the European Union from the civil society and women’s perspectives. Representatives of the European Union in BiH, civil society organizations, state institutions, political organizations and embassies participated in the discussion.

In the introduction, the director of the organization “Rights for All” Diana Šehić pointed out the importance of the moment in which the meeting is being held, just after the publication of the new Report on Bosnia and Herzegovina’s progress in the process of joining the European Union. She reminded that “Rights for All” intensively monitors the process of European integration, analyzes the progress, and makes comments and recommendations that they advocate towards domestic institutions and the European Union.

More information on the discussion is available at: https://www.hocu.ba/indexphp/hocuinfo/nema-eu-integracije-bez-zenske-participacije/

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