Second part of the campaign “How sisters could do it best 2” was held in hotel Park from 15th of September until 16th of September. Reconstruction Women’s fund was a host to 20 participants from Belgrade, Kostolac, Niš, Sombor, Novi Sad, Pančevo and Pirot. Participants have background in various fields in social sciences (literature, music, art, marketing), different NGOs that specialize in women’s and LGBIQ+ rights, sport and governmental institutions. During these two days, they had the opportunity to participate in workshops and lectures held by Zoe GudovićMirjana Mirosavljević-Bobić and Mladen Jovanović

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Mirjana Mirosavljević Bobić is a journalist by education and feminist activist by choice, engaged in different ways in several women`s organizations (Glas razlike – Voice of Difference, Women`s Studies Center, Women in Black). She is one of the founders of Reconstruction Women`s Fund where, for the past (not unlucky) 13 years, she has been deciding on and realizing programs and financial plans and strategies.



Zoe Gudović is a cultural manager, producer and organizer. Since 1995 she has been researching and taking part in informal and socially engaged theatre forms. She merges art and activism in order to change the current social relations and awareness. Theatre educator, performer, drag king transformer, laureate of Jelena Šantić award for combining art and activism. She currently works as a public relations manager in the Reconstruction Women’s Fund and as a host of the radio show Ženergija.


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Mladen Jovanović is an independent consultant and a lecturer at European Non-profit Strategies (ENPS). He is a president of the Executive Board of the National Coalition for Decentralization, and an expert in strategic planning, fundraising, advocacy, as well as in the field of education of adults. He has supported many organizations, companies and institutions in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria and Italy.


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