Roma Women Health and Security

Decade of Roma Inclusion 2005-2015

Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina

15-17 October 2015 | Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

Agenda

 

Conclusions 

 

Photos

 

 

Introductory speeches

 

Saliha Đuderija, Assistant Minister; Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees BiH

Hubert Neuwirth, Program manager; Austrian Development Agency, Austria

Indira Bajramović, Chair women of Roma Board at Council of Ministers

Sumka Bučan, Regional director; CARE International Balkans

 

Session One: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Safety of Roma Women

 

Roma health mediators in the community as an example of good practice

Dragan Đorđević , Advisor for Vulnerable Groups; Ministry of Health of Republic of Serbia

 

Improvement of Health Care for Roma population within RAP

Biljana Popović, Focal Point for Health of Roma Population; Institute for Public Health of Montenegro

Samir Šlaku, Expert Advisor; Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees, BiH

 

The Health Situation of Roma Communities

Jelena Tadžič, Regional Project Manager, UNDP

 

Practical application of right of Roma women and men to health care

Svetlana Ilić, Ministry of Health Republic of Serbia

 

Reproductive Health of Roma women

Aldijana Dedić, Health Mediator, YRI Be my Friend, BiH

 

Session two: Gender Based Violence, Trafficking and Safety of Roma Women

 

Violence against Roma women in BiH; through the prism of work of CSO

Fedra Idžaković, Executive Director; Rights for All, BiH

 

Legal solutions to combat violence against women in the family and partner relationships

Snežana Pantić Aksentijević, Ministry of Health of Republic of Serbia

 

Mechanisms of Government of Montenegro in Fight Against Human Trafficking with special focus on arranged marriages

Tijana Šuković, Independent Advisor; Government of Montenegro, Office for Fight Against Trafficking in Human Beings

 

Key Elements to Efficient Protection System of Women Against Violence: Cross-sectoral cooperation and Specialized Services

Vesna Jarić, Joint Project Coordinator; UNDP

 

Session three: Good/Bad Practices

 

Protection from domestic violence and health care of Roma women

Marina Mijatović, Director; Law Scanner, Republic of Serbia

 

Health Care of Roma Population; Examples from Practice

Stela Stojisavljavić, Doctor, Institute for Public Health of Republic of Srpska

 

Movie: Male attitudes towards Women in the Roma Community

Valentina Vlahovic, Project Manager, NGO Montenegrin women lobby

 

Issues and consequences of arranged marriages in Montenegro

Vera Nakic, Local Coordinator, Women RAE Network FIRST

 

Good and bad solutions for dealing with the theme of social assistance to victims of violence 

Lejla Ruzdic, Coordinator, Office of legal and psyhological assistance to victims of domestic violence 

 

Session four: Resolution 1325 Women, Peace, Safety and Security; Roma in CS – Support to Safety of Roma Women

 

Action Plan for implementation of UN Resolution 1325 in BiH (2014 – 2017), Approach to human safety from aspect of gender equality

Kika Babić – Svetlin Expert Adviser for Planning, Development and Monitoring, Agency for Gender Equality BiH

 

Implementation of CEDAW recommendations for Roma women and Istanbul Convention on its implementation in legislation or Republic of Serbia with reflect on Roma women

Đurđica Ergić, Project Manager, Roma Women Center Bibija, Republic of Serbia

 

Safety of Roma Women – responsibility of all of us, examples of cooperation in Montenegro

Slavko Milić, Head of Juvenile Delinquency and Domestic Violence, Police Department Nikšić, Montenegro

 

Session five: Future Steps – Possible Solutions

 

Human rights and safety of Roma women

Saliha Đuderija, Assistant Minister, Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees BiH

 

Local good practices in protection of women against domestic violence and partner relationships

Slavica Brđović, Head of Info Department, Commission for Gender Equality of Belgrade Municipality Zvedzara

 

Necessary measures for improvement of position of Roma and Egyptian women in society

Fana Delija, Executive Director, Center for Roma Initiatives Montenegro

 

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