#ONEINTHREE

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, one in three LGBT people have been victims of violence or extreme discrimination, but only every seventh incident has been reported to the police. (Source: Pink Report – Annual Report on the State of the Human Rights of LGBT People in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2014, Sarajevo Open Center, March 5, 2015). If you need help or more information, contact the Sarajevo Open Center.

Chloé Gaillard holds an MA in International and European Law, Law of State Rebuilding in Post-Conflict Societies. She has always been interested in the connection that exists between law, justice, democracy and media.

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