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A rustic Bosnian mountain lodge - Bosnia and Herzegovina
Help for Returnees in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dangerous, as the women shown in the exhibition resisted war, patriarchate, capitalism, their own fear; their fates destroy the illusion of ethnic divide, and their histories spite the officially ethnic divided histories of Bosnia and Hercegovina. This exhibition is dedicated to women that have led small and big fights for their rights in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina and have rebuilt the war-torn society. For the exhibition, the biography and important messages of twenty women were selected. Women who survived rape, domestic violence, lost family members, saved neighbours and unknown persons, women who did not stay passive, but stood up, fought for their rights and the rights of others, empowered women, believe in equality of all and solidarity. The twenty women shown in the exhibition are from all places, different ages, courses of lives and different background. Through the exhibition, the organizers want to highlight the specific experiences of women during and after the war, add important aspects to the mainly male dominated ethno-centric narratives of war and peace. The exhibition was opened on 8 March at the History Museum in Sarajevo, with more than guests attending, more than 70 mainly women have come from different places like Zvornik, Bijeljina, Tuzla, Banja Luka, Prijedor, Mostar.
Help for IDPs and Returnees
Portrait of beautiful young woman in city. High angle view of townscape against sky. Close-up of white flowering plant. Midsection of woman standing on railroad station platform.
Founded in as a Catholic aid organization for war refugees and recognized as a papal foundation since , ACN is dedicated to the service of Christians around the world, through information, prayer and action, wherever they are persecuted or oppressed or suffering material need. ACN supports every year an average of projects in close to countries, thanks to private donations, as the foundation receives no public funding. ACN is a family composed of people around the world; all united we can help in more than countries every year. ACN supports projects undertaken by the local Church — bishops, priests, religious communities and lay people — which have the specific aim of providing pastoral and spiritual support to Catholics all over the world. ACN only helps projects that have been approved by the local bishop in the case of diocesan and parish projects or religious superior if the project is fully internal to the religious congregation.