10/05/2012 | Writer: Kaos GL

Sarajevo Open Center is the host of a chain of events in dedication to May 17, International Day Against Homophobia.

Sarajevo Open Center is the host of a chain of events in dedication to May 17, International Day Against Homophobia. The events will be held in Sarajevo between the dates of May 16-22 and the range of program vary from panel discussions to movie screenings, from book presentations to breakfasts with queer activists. The program will also host a panel “LGBT Rights in Western Balkans” with the participation of activits from the Balkan countries on May 17.
 
The program can be found below. To contact the organizers:
Emina Bosnjak
Sarajevo Open Centre
E-mail: emina@soc.ba
Web: www.soc.ba
  
Program:
 
Wednesday, May 16 2012 6 pm
Sarajevo, Art kino Kriterion, Obala Kulina bana 2
 
Thursday, May 17 2012 8pm
Banja Luka, Gradsko pozorište Jazavac, Carice Milice 9
 
Tuesday, May 22 2012 8pm
Mostar, OKC Abrašević, Alekse Šantića 25
 
Film programme SEX+POP+POLITICS // films that question heteronormativity
PRAYERS FOR BOBBY
Director: Rusell Mulcahy, feature film, USA, 89 min
Film in English language, BCS subtitles
 
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Thursday, May 17 2012 6pm
Sarajevo, Art Kino Kriterion, Obala Kulina bana 2
 
OPEN FORUM
LGBT RIGHTS IN WESTERN BALKANS
Panelists: Gordan Duhaček, Zagreb Pride; Goran Miletić, Civil Rights Defenders; Ljiljana Zurovac, Press Council in B&H and Damir Banović, Law Faculty, Sarajevo
Moderator: Saša Gavrić, Sarajevo Open Centre
Discussion only in BCS language(s)
 
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Friday, May 18 2012 11am
Sarajevo, Art Kino Kriterion, Obala Kulina bana 2
 
QUEER BREAKFA ST // presentation of the book translation
BORN TO BE GAY:
HISTORY OF HOMOSEXUALITY
Author: William Naphy
Speaking: Arijana Aganović
Presentation only in BCS language(s)
 

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