As we have done in the past, we are providing you with a short report on the activities of Women in Black in the reporting period.
We would like to thank you in advance, in solidarity.
Street actions: In this reporting period we organized seven (7) actions, and we also actively participated in other street actions:
Commemoration / marking of important dates of crimes committed in our name, as well as other crimes against civilian population, during and after wars, in the territory of the former Yugoslavia:
Belgrade, October 5th "We Remember" - on the occasion of the fourteenth anniversary of the crime - the killing of two soldiers at the military building in Topcider (October 5, 2004), Dragan Jakovljevic and Drazen Milovanovic, together with the families of victims, and activists from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia
Belgrade, October 5th “We will never forget the crime in Topcider” a protest in black and silence, in Knez Mihailova street in Belgrade. At the protest, the following banners were raised: We will never forget the crime in Topcider; We remember Dragan Jakovljević and Dražen Milovanović; Responsibility; Women in Black for Peace and Justice.
At the protest, a scene action “Discover the killers of soldiers!” was performed; in which about thirty (30) activists took part.
Belgrade, October 22nd “We will never forget the crime in Sjeverin” - on the 26th anniversary of the crime in Sjeverin, when on October 22nd, 1992, 17 people of the Bosniak nationality were kidnapped and killed, Women in Black organized a protest in black and silence, on October 22nd, 2018 in Knez Mihailova Street.
In addition to the names of the victims killed, the following banners were raised: We remember the crime in Sjeverin (October 22, 1992-October 22, 2018) and Women in Black for Peace and Human Rights.
The protest was attended by about twenty (20) activists of the WiB, supported by the Humanitarian Law Center and the Youth Initiative for Human Rights.
Belgrade, November 18th “We will never forget the crimes in Vukovar” - on the occasion of the 27th anniversary of the
fall of Vukovar, Women in Black in Knez Mihailova Street, held a protest in black and silence. The following banners were raised:
We will never forget the crimes in Vukovar;
The JNA kept under siege Vukovar for 87 days;
More than 1,000 civilians were killed, 25,000 wounded, and almost all of the non-Serb population was expelled;
On Ovčara, more than 200 sick and wounded prisoners from the Vukovar hospital were killed;
In the urbicide, almost the entire city was destroyed;
Thousands of Croatian prisoners have passed through camps in Serbia (Aleksinac, Begejci, Belgrade, Nis, Sremska Mitrovica, Stajicevo);
A scene action “Vukovar - killing of a city” was performed. Twenty (20) activists participated in this action.
Feminist, anti-fascist, anti-war, anti-racist, anti-militarist actions...
Report on our activities in pdf.