B92: "Gender discrimination as an issue of Serbian society"

Gender discrimination as an issue of Serbian society​

Discrimination is something we have been facing throughout the history of humankind, and gender discrimination is its most common form. We face it every day, without even being aware of it. 

SOURCE: B92 Wednesday, December 26, 2018 | 08:00 -> 08:37

State Secretary within the Ministry of Youth and Sports of the Government of Serbia, Darko Stanic, had an unseemly reaction at the conference on gender stereotypes, organized by nongovernmental organization "Atina", who reported it promptly.


Atina participated in the Roundtable discussion “Responding to the needs of girls in migration“

As part of the campaign 16 days of activism, ADRA and UNICEF organized the round table discussion named “Responding to the Needs of Girls in Migration”. This Roundtable included representatives from the Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs (MoLESVA), Commissariat for Refugees and Migration (CRM), Centre for Human Trafficking Victims Prevention (CHTVP), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), Elementary School Branko Pesic, Group 484, Indigo, Info Park, and NGO Atina. 

SENSES - SE Bagel Bejgl

Bagel Бејгл was awarded WEEmpower certificate for their efforts on advancing Sustainable Development Goals and improving the position of women and girls in our society and globally!

The certificate was awarded at the UnitedNation Headquarters, as part of the WEEmpower UN SDG Challenge.

Learn more about Bagel Bejgl in the video below.