Former OWPSEE (today OWP) started campaigning in South East Europe in 2008. and the countries that are included are Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, and Albania.
During the „16 days of activism against gender-based violence“ OWP team's activities range from translating materials to some of the local languages, roundtables, documenting, training and/or digital storytelling.
In 2009 „Take Back The Tech!
The Foundation Cure has been active for years. They cover all segments of women’s action and their struggles in public space as well as in private life.
One of the most interesting projects is the Festival “Pitschwise”, whose primary focus is female art and activism in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Here are posters of Festival from different years.
These are the artifacts from Organization called Women's room ("Ženska soba") from Croatia
They showed us how they are fighting against gender-based violence in Croatia. The center called Women’s room deals with women’s sexual rights. They sent us different artifacts.
Flayers, badges and video about gender-based violence.
Flyers are from campaign called "Safe place" 2012.
At the time of Mama Cash’s founding in 1982, (what was then still called) prostitution and pornography were most often interpreted by members of the women’s movement solely as forms of oppression and the exploitation of women.
Flags from Ni una menos Not one less! - No more violence against women Basta de violencia contra las mujeres