Within the implementation of „Real Estate Registration Project“ in Federation of BiH, and with direct support of Swedish Donor Project “Capacity Building for Improvement of Land Administration and Procedures in Bosnia and Herzegovina” – CILAP, a public lecture on gender equality when registering property rights was held in the Municipality of Busovača on 10 June 2019.
The lecture was held in Municipality of Busovača. Ms. Andja Zimić together with Mrs. Jasminka Suša, head of the group "Integration of Gender Equality in Land Administration" addressed attendees on behalf of CILAP project and the Federal Administration for Geodetic and Real Property Affairs. Mr. Saša Savičić, a local expert from the mentioned field, held a lecture with indicators and analysis of the position of women and the reasons for the integration of gender equality into all segments of society and also in the sector of Land Administration.
Mrs Jasminka Suša held a lecture with a review on:
The Federation of BiH Family Relations Act was introduced, with particular reference to family property and Inheritance Act. The process of registering in Land Book and the importance of trust in the land registry system have also been clarified. Mr. Šeho Zimić presented a movie with examples of those women who had problems and difficulties in solving the real property affairs.
The focus of the lectures was to familiarize the participants with the importance of gender equality, women and her ownership rights, the role of marital partners in real property affairs, novelties in family legislation and Inheritance Law, the principle of trust in the Land Registry Book and the consequences that can occur if a woman or one of the spouses does not register. Also, the emphasis is on economic empowerment of women through the acquisition of property rights.
Public lectures on gender equality are part of the Action Plan for Year 2019 for the purpose to increase the number of women in registration its property rights by getting them acquainted with the rights under applicable laws, developing awareness and breaking the prejudices that are traditionally present in these areas.