Während der Interreg-Konferenz in Regensburg wird im “World Heritage Visitor Center” die Ausstellung des Projekts “Danube Women Stories” gezeigt.
Novi Sad School of Journalism organized a thematic walk through the Novi Sad about historic influential women who lived in our town.
On 13th of July 2018, State Secretary of Baden-Württemberg Theresa Schopper and Deputy Mayor of Ulm Iris Mann opened the exhibition on DANUBE WOMEN STORIES, complemented by the stylish ambience of the Museum of Ulm and the pleasant setting of the International Danube Festival.
Years of researches into the deconstruction of editorial policies of the media in Serbia with a lens on the visibility of women in different roles, but mainly in the role of a subject in providing information, have shown that women are not given equal visibility to men.
Women in Serbia are still in a subordinated position in regard to men in all fields of life, says The Commissioner for Protection of Equality in Serbia in a Regular Annual Report for 2017. Discrimination is especially noticeable in the labor market, in participation public decision-making, in the economic sphere, in education and in gender based violence towards women.
About the importance of Jelica Rajacic Capakovics work on gender equality and her legacy in our society, wrote PhD professor Svenka Savic in Jelica’s biography.
They ask, insist, investigate how public officials spend our money, they continuously represent a woman outside the “box”, suffer the clutches of the tabloids because they are leading the train of those who defend the face of journalism. They are Milica Stojanović, Bojana Pavlović, Maja Nikolić, Milica Kravić, Tamara Srijemac and Tamara Skrozza. The journalists.