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Ekviva.net: Regional Women Portal Launched
Eleonora Delova | 25 January 2007


Last week, the regional women portal Ekviva.net was official launched. At the moment, the portal gathers information on women issues, as well as civil society topics, in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro. It has an international editorial office with editors sitting in Zagreb, Split, Sarajevo, Tuzla and Belgrade.


The portal is part of the “Women and Media” programme implemented by B.a.B.e. women rights group. This programme, initiated in 1996, attempts to act on three basic levels – research and analysis; increased media literacy and independent gender aware media production.

This portal is another step forward in the efforts to connect women activists and reporters in the region on the task to create relevant and non-stereotyped online media.

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