Numbers of Equality 2 - Research on Problems and Needs of LGBTI Persons in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2017 - Analysis of Findings Cover Image

Brojevi koji ravnopravnost znače 2 - Analiza rezultata istraživanja problema i potreba LGBTI osoba u Bosni i Hercegovini u 2017. godini
Numbers of Equality 2 - Research on Problems and Needs of LGBTI Persons in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2017 - Analysis of Findings

Author(s): Amar Numanović
Contributor(s): Aida Spahić (Translator), Emina Bošnjak (Editor)
Subject(s): Gender Studies, Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Social differentiation, Demography and human biology, Social Norms / Social Control, Socio-Economic Research
Published by: Sarajevo Open Centre
Keywords: BiH; LGBT; equality; 2017; findings analysis; demographic composition; discrimination; violence; institutions; psychological well-being; pride; same-sex union; transgender; economic position;
Summary/Abstract: Poštivanje i osiguravanje prava i sloboda LGBTI (lezbejke, gej, biseksualne, transrodne i interspolne osobe) osoba u Bosni i Hercegovini (BiH) na izrazito su niskom nivou. U prilog takvoj tvrdnji govori i godišnji izvještaj Internacionalne lezbijske, gej, biseksualne, transeksualne i interspolne asocijacije (ILGA-Europe) za 2017. godinu (Rainbow Europe Index 2017), gdje je na, procentualno izraženoj, skali poštivanja LGBTI ljudskih prava od 0 (najniža razina poštivanja LGBTI ljudskih prava) do 100 procenata (najviša razina poštivanja LGBTI ljudskih prava), institucionalni i pravni okvir u Bosni i Hercegovini ocijenjen sa 31%. Kada je riječ o zemljama regiona, Hrvatska (62%), Crna Gora (39%) i Albanija (33%) bolje su ocijenjene od BiH, a lošije su rangirane Srbija (30%), Kosovo (30%) i Makedonija (16%)1 .

  • E-ISBN-13: 978-9958-536-55-7
  • Print-ISBN-13: 978-9958-536-55-7
  • Page Count: 126
  • Publication Year: 2017
  • Language: Bosnian