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Foundation CURE Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Taida Horozovic | 7 February 2007


Foundation CURE works from Sarajevo city in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and is perhaps the only feminist activist groups that often organizes street actions for combating gender based violence, organizing artistic activist ventures, and in September 2006 organized the first festival of women arts in BiH entitled PitchWise.


Foundation CURE is a feminist activist group that works to promote gender equality through affirmative action, in culture and arts, publishing, informal education, communication services, all aiming at positive social changes in the contemporary society of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The Foundation CURE team has been working as an informal group since 2004, implementing street actions, events, and campaigns, such as the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence, V-Day, and PitchWise – the first Festival of Women Engaged Arts in BiH.

For more information, please contact us: Web: http://www.fondacijacure.org E-mail: info@fondacijacure.org Tel/Fax: 387 33 618 461

Foundation CURE: Organized for Positive Social Changes!





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