An evening of intimate readings by our magazine contributors, as well as installations, photography, and discussion on sex, gender, politics, art, and everything in between.
A special reading series featuring magazine contributors Igballe Rogova, Lepa Mladjenovic, Sibel Halimi and Artrit Bytyçi.
Rape and sexual violence were long perceived as the inevitable collateral damage in a conflict, until the ICTY and its sister Tribunal, the ICTR, demonstrated that wartime crimes of sexual nature were being used as tools of conflict and that those crimes could and must be punished by international law.
This documentary depicts the historic role that the two Tribunals have played in the prosecution and adjudication of wartime sexual violence, including gripping testimonies from witnesses and survivors who bravely gave evidence at trials, and interviews with former and current ICTY professionals who pioneered the prosecution of these crimes.
If left unchecked prejudice and/or harassment can lead to significant cumulative long-term effects, including direct or indirect violent actions, extreme poverty and permanent social exclusion.
Along the same lines, a combination of gender discrimination and legal barriers against women and girls contribute to their exclusion and to gender based violence.
A vote was not necessary in the upper house of Germany's parliament, the Bundesrat, on Friday, because no state challenged the draft legislation.
We are not a "bigger hammer" there to coerce a person who wants less sex into wanting more.The Fourth issue of Kosovo 2.0 Magazine deals with topics of sex.If you happen to be in Prishtina, Republic of Kosovo, make sure to check out the magazine launch event on Friday, December 14th, 2012.The state premier of Rhineland Palatinate, Social Democrat Malu Dreyer, said she was happy "that our persistent fight has succeeded." Rhineland Palatinate was the state to bring the proposal to a vote twice in the Bundesrat, in 20.However, Germany's most populous state, North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), did not take part in the session because of friction on the issue within its newly-formed coalition government between the Christian Democrats and the Free Democrats.