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(image right: national flag) The Law Against Discrimination was extended in 2009, prohibiting discrimination based on sex, sexual expression or sexual orientation.
This law does not include gender identity, as it was supposed to.
Amnesty International and a number of other human rights groups have expressed concern at the level of homophobia and the attempts to incite violence in the run-up to the festival.
The organisers said they did not set out to offend anyone, and that the aim was to use art and culture to raise awareness. The following story by Canadian writer Jim Bartley in 2009 is probably the most recent and thorough (western) observation of LGBT life in Bosnia.
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Organization Q for Promotion and Protection of Culture, Identities and Human Rights of Queer Persons was founded in September 2002, and formally registered in February 2004 on the level of Bi H.
They said dozens of men attacked participants of the festival in front of the city’s Academy of Fine Arts.
A foreigner and journalists were reportedly among the injured. “When I was getting out of the academy, I was suddenly struck in the back.
“The study is available for free download at Logos website ( in English (direct link: and Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian (direct link: languages.
Should you need any additional information, feel free to contact Logos ( [email protected]) at any time.” Other LGBT Organizations The following story about an attempted Gay Pride march Sarajevo was reported by the BBC on 24 September 2008: Clashes at Bosnia’s gay festival–Many demonstrators chanted “Kill the Gays! ” At least eight people have been injured in clashes during the opening ceremony of Bosnia’s first gay festival in the capital Sarajevo, police have said.
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