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Title: Bosnian Women Working for the Reconstruction of the Post-conflict Society
Authors: Asanbekzoda, Asina
Keywords: Bosnia
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Department of International and Comparative Politics
Abstract: Bosnian women activism, as the result of victimization, instantly increased. The post-war society did not have space for women neither in public, nor in private sphere. Thus, they started constructing civil society, as a ground, for lobbying their interests and needs. Numerous NGOs were established by women around the country. Through activities of the organizations,women contributed to the long-term tasks, and aims of peacebuilding. This research focuses on the contribution of the women organizations to the reconstruction and reconciliation of the post-war society and provides comprehensive image on the role of Bosnian women.
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