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The First Feminist Billboard in Belgrade!
Belgrade, 7th of September 2000
There are a couple of hundred activists working in womens campaigns for supporting women to get out and vote on September 24th
On August 18th, one of ways the campaigns gained higher visibility was with this: the first feminist billboard ever in our town!
It essentially says:
The Yugoslav government is 92.7% male!
HOW WOULD ONE LIVE IN THIS COUNTRY IF YOU [fem.]
HAD A DECISION?
Women have an equal right to decide. Use this right!
womens movement - womens network
Four womens networks working on the electoral campaign will cover more then 200,000 women in all the main towns of Serbia (about 35). Activists are going door to door, asking women if they know about their electoral rights and other issues related to the right to vote. They will distribute leaflets, badges and other materials. The aims of the campaign are to support women to come out from their kitchens, to ask for change, learn about their political rights and demand increased representation of women in politics.
This news bulletin was written by Bosa Janjusevic, of the Womens Info Center at the Autonomous Womens Center.
Autonomous Womens Center
Tel/fax: +381 11 687 190
Tel: +381 11 2645 328