Paula Petričević: We must not wait for something to happen to make society more aware of women’s rights
TALKING BALKAN FEMINISM (PART 7) — Feminist, activist and professor from Kotor, talks about the need to avoid clerical right-wing dreams becoming our common nightmare.
Ana Vasileva: “The region has a long tradition of feminism which has been forgotten.”
TALKING BALKAN FEMINISM (PART 6) — Activist speaks about feminist initiatives in Macedonia and the anticapitalist roots of Balkan feminism.
Bojana Genov: ‘The church is the biggest obstacle to achieving women’s rights in Croatia’
Croatian feminist activist discusses how to win over conservative forces that are attempting to renounce women’s rights.
Zilka Spahić-Šiljak: ‘Ethnic division leads to women — but also men — having their rights violated’
TALKING BALKAN FEMINISM (PART 4) — Gender studies professor talks about religion and feminism, and how nationalism affects woman.
Adriana Zaharijević: Feminism is the standard bugbear
Talking Balkan Feminism (Part 3) — Philosopher from Belgrade talks about feminism, communism and transition.
Ermira Danaj: ‘Patriarchal norms and expectations cannot be brought down overnight’
Talking Balkan Feminism (Part 2) — Prominent feminist from Albania talks about the neoliberal influence on the gender perspective.
Eli Krasniqi: ‘In reality, patriarchy kills’
Talking Balkan Feminism (Part 1) — Socio-anthropologist talks about everyday feminist struggles in Kosovo.
The “female fund” is a farce for Kosovar politics
We must vote for women, not because they are women, but because of their political convictions that advance the position of women.