by valentina hvale pellizzer @froatosebe
1. Participation: social media encourages contributions and feedback from everyone who is interested. It blurs the line between media and audience.
2. Openness: most social media services are open to feedback and participation. They encourage voting, comments and the sharing of information. There are rarely any barriers to accessing and making use of content – password-protected content is frowned on.
3. Conversation: whereas traditional media is about „broadcast‟ (content transmitted or distributed to an audience) social media is better seen as a two-way conversation.
from guerrilla, to networked, participatory,
street, or open source journalism:
“[t]he act of a citizen, or group of citizens, playing an active role in the process of collecting, reporting,analyzing and disseminating news and information.”
Shayne Bowman and Chris Willis
Always disobedient to patriarchy, war, nationalism and militarism
The white ribbons symbolism goes back to May 31, 1992, when local administration of the Bosnian Serbs in Prijedor (and in several other places later) issued an order over the local radio to non-Serb population to mark their houses with which flags or bed-sheets, and that they have to wear a white ribbon on their arms when they leave their homes.
Law on Unique Master Citizen Number (JMBG)
- Adoption of the Law on JMBG – and IMMEDIATELY. More specifically, we, the citizens of BiH, demand an adoption of a Law that will fully respect the Decision U3/11 of the Constitutional Court which ordered our elected representatives in the Parliamentary Assembly to synchronize Article 5 of the Law on JMBG with the BiH Constitution.
- Creation of a state Solidarity Fund that would finance the treatment abroad for citizens for whom proper treatment is not available in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
3. MPs and ministers of the Council of Ministers should give up 30% of their salaries for the duration of their term in office in favour of the proposed Solidarity Fund.
4. The protesters that took part in the blockade of the Parliament shall not be prosecuted or subjected to repressive measures by the authorities.
women & LGBTQ
women & LGBTQ
digital story - credits
Digital Story (Digital Story Telling) is a personal story about a particular experience that is true, kept and distributed via digital media. In collaboration with OneWorldSEE, Antidiscrimination program in BiH produced six personal stories of discrimination, rejection, stereotypes, prejudice and everyday struggle 'ordinary people' to be overcome.
Antidiscrimination program, www.diskriminacija.ba, 10/12/2012.