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Women for peace 2013.Women for peace 2013.

Editors: Slavica Stojanović, Staša Zajović i Miloš Urošević
Publisher: Women in Black, Beolgrade, 2013.
Pages: 336

I Chapter:
Always Disobedient: Ethical Principles
II Chapter:
Feministic deliberation on experiences in activism
III Chapter:
Solidarity politics: Others about us

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ImageWOMEN, PEACE, SECURITY RESOLUTION 1325 – 10 YEARS

Editor: Staša Zajović
Published by: Women in Black, Belgrade, 2010.
Pages: 180

This collection of articles offers a critical view on the traditional approach to women security issues, as well as on the recent work on the implementation of the UN Resolution 1325 through the National Action Plan, as done by Serbian governmental institutions. Also, the book contains the facts about numerous activities of the Women in Black that contributed to the affirmation and promotion of anti-military and feminist concept of security.

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An Alternative History

Since the beginning of our activities, we have been urging for historical plurality and for writing otherness and difference into history.

The compilations "Women for Peace" represent women's testimonies on war and women's resistance to war, primarily in the area of the former Yugoslavia as well as throughout the world. So far, we have published nine compilations:

- "Women for Peace," 1993, 120 pages, in the local languages, Italian, and English.
- "Women for Peace," 1994, 292 pages, in the local languages, English, and Spanish.
- "Women for Peace," 1995, 296 pages, in the local languages, Spanish, and English.
- "Women for Peace," 1996, 296 pages, in the local languages, English, and Spanish.
- "Women for Peace," 1997, 309 pages, in the local languages, Italian, English, and Spanish.
- "Women for Peace," 1998, 310 pages, in the local languages and English.
- "Women for Peace," 1999, 352 pages, in the local languages and English.
- "Women for Peace," 2001, 400 pages, in the local languages and English.
- "Women for Peace," 2002, 368 pages, in the local languages, and in English in 2003.

- "I Remember," 1995 (reprinted in 1996), 148 pages, in the local languages, Italian, English, and Spanish (testimonies of women refugees).

- "War Deserters in the Former Yugoslavia,, a compilation, 1995, 50 pages, in the local languages, Italian, English, and Spanish.

Magazine "Women against War"

- Issue 1, 1994, 102 pages, texts in the local languages, Italian, English, and Spanish.
- Issue 2, 1994, 102 pages, texts in the local languages, Italian, English, and Spanish.

- Issue 3-4, 1995, 104 pages, texts in the local languages, Italian, English, and Spanish.

- A monograph by Neda Bozinovic, "Women's Issue in Serbia in the 19th and 20th Centuries," 1996 (reprinted in 2003), 276 pages (published in cooperation with Feminist '94).

- A photo-monograph "Women in Black," 2002, 89 pages.

Translations of literary works (in cooperation with Feminist '94):

- Virginia Wolf, "Three Guineas," 2001;
- Audrey Lorde, "Sister/ Outsider “

Educational material

- "Nothing is the same as prior to September 11th," compilation, 2001, 60 pages;
- "We Wish to Dance - We Wish to Play," translation, 2002, 98 pages;
- "Women's Peace Policy," compilation, 2002, 90 pages;
- "By Strengthening the Civic Society, We Create Peace," compilation, 2002, 106 pages;
- "Globalization: Problems, Dilemmas, Answers," compilation, 2003, 180 pages;
- "Women, Health, Disarmament," compilation, 2003, 162 pages.

In addition, over this period we have shaped the look of anti-war resistance, and we have published: women's peace agendas, peace calendars, posters, postcards, stickers, leaflets, flyers, etc.

 

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