With pleasure, we accepted the Dah Teatra's invitation to participate at their first Festival of Art and Human Rights held from October 23rd through October 28th 2020.

Talks on human trafficking of women "Art-Violence and Reality", with Nevena Mitic - who herself survived human trafficking, and Evelin Costa - Brazilian director of the performance "Women Trafficking", were led by Tatjana Nikolic, executive coordinator for the Center for Girls, in front of a packed hall "UK Stari grad".

Tatjana Nikolic also led the workshop "For Women's Lives without Violence" within the festival "Art and Human Rights". The goal of the workshop was to empower women to choose a life without violence, to recognize and identify violence, avoid it, and escape if they are already experiencing it. Workshop participants had a chance to embrace and remind themselves that self-love is most important and that they deserve only good things. The safe space of the workshop allowed them to talk, write, and draw.

At Bezistan, ten of our Center for Girls activists held a performance "Women Graveyard" which addressed the femicide in Serbia in the last 10 years. The performance itself came into existence out of need to speak up on the subject of femicide and introduce the concept of it to people who are still uninformed.
You can find additional pictures and videos via the links below:

Facebook Gallery - Performans "Women Trafficking"

Facebook Gallery - Workshop "For Women's Lives without Violence"

Video - Third Day of the Festival

Facebook Gallery - Performans "Women Graveyard"

Video - Fourth Day of the Festival


Photography by: Đorđe Tomić Fotokratija




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