Southern Eastern Europe

Violence against women and ICT in Bosnia and Herzegovina: A tricky place between raising awareness and lobbying for laws

OneWorldSEE on 14 Oct 2014
For years now, the topic of violence against women that is happening through ICT has not been “attractive” enough for our local media. Even with the rise of the number of our mapped cases and educational trainings held, they simply did not seem to care enough to publish our case studies, much less, to do an interview on the topic. Up until this July.

Baseline study: Technology related violence against women in Bosnia and Herzegovina

OneWorldSEE on 14 Jun 2013
This initiative aims to identify and map the existing situation on the ground, in terms of challenges that impede the understanding of violence against women and girls in digital spaces, and violence committed through use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. A poll and an interview were intended for and conducted in organizations/institutions that work in the area of women's human rights and/or are active in the domain of ICTs.

Bosnia and Herzegovina ICT Policy

Jac sm Kee on 2 Jun 2010
This blog is an initiative by <a href="http://www.oneworldsee.org">Oneworld - Platform for Southeast Europe</a>, which publishes news and resources related to national ICT policies in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Women and Internet: Croatian Perspective

GenderIT.org on 2 Jun 2010
Book links ICT theory and analysis with everyday lives and realities of women in Croatia and Eastern Europe.
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