Data collection on gender stereotypes and public perceptions of gender roles and attitudes towards violence against women
Although over the past few years efforts have been made in improving the legislative framework for the protection of women's rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina together with the accompanying public policies, women in BiH are still facing many obstacles in exercising their rights and overcoming inequalities. A number of reports have shown that women are still marginalized, discriminated against and treated unequally in all spheres of life, including the economic and political realms.
The project aims to conduct research on current and dominant attitudes, perceptions, opinions and beliefs towards gender equality and violence against women as keys to better understanding its root causes and, thereby, developing a more adequate intervention in this field.
This project is supported through regional project "Ending Violence against Women in the Western Balkans and Turkey: Implementing Norms, Changing Minds", funded by the European Union and implemented by UN Women.
Project duration: 13 November, 2017 - 31 December, 2019
Budget of the project: 32867,00 BAM