Fifth Annual Assembly of S-Front, 26.03.2018
In the fifth annual assembly, held on 26.03.2018, the following decisions were made::
- Change of organizational structure with the addition of a Steering Board and Executive Director, and abolishing the Executive Board and President.
- Selection of new Steering Board members, with a mandate of three (3) years: Antonio Mihajlov, Daniel Mitkovski and Kristefer Stojanovski.
- Selection of Angelina Ivanova as the new Executive Director, with a mandate of three (3) years.
- Change of organizational seat from street Macedonia 11/2-10 to Blvd. Kuzman Josifovski Pitu 19/5-28.
- Enrolling in three (3) networks: NNAHT (National Network Against Homophobia and Transphobia), NYCM (National Youth Council of Macedonia) and NHSM (No Hate Speech Movement).
- Adoption of the annual and financial report for 2017.
- Decision on individuals’ requests for granting membership to S-Front and confirming resignations from membership to S-Front.
Fourth Annual Assembly of S-Front, 17.03.2017
In the fourth annual assembly, held on 17.03.2017, the following decisions were made:
- The decision for Nikolaj Mitreski to be a member of the Executive Board of S-Front and with that the termination of the mandate for the current member of the Executive Board, Aleksandra Bogdanovska
- Daniel Mitkovski and Ilina Mojsovska are reelected as members of the Executive Board
- Adoption of the annual narrative and financial report for 2016
Third annual assembly of S-Front, 25.01.2016
In the third annual assembly, held on 25th of January 2016, the following decisions were made:
- The decision for Natali Petrovska to be a member of the Executive Board of S-Front and with that the termination of the mandate for the current member of the Executive Board, Dragana Drndarevska
- Antonio Mihajlov is reelected as a member of the Executive Board and President of S-Front
- Adopted amendments and additions to the Status of S-Front-see here: S-Front, Statute, 25.01.2016
Second Annual Assembly of S-Front, 29.12.2014
In the second annual assembly for S-Front, held on 29th of December 2014, the following decisions were made:
- New members of the Executive Board of S-Front are Aleksandra Bogdanovska, Daniel Mitkovski and Ilina Mojsovska and termination on the mandates of Blagorodna Apostolovska, Luka Ivanov and Lina Kjostarova-Unkovska
- The new location for the organization is st. “Makedonija” no. 11/2-10, Centar, Skopje
Founding assembly of Subversive Front, 23.06.2013
The Association for critical approach to gender and sexuality – Subversive Front Skopje was founded on the 3 of July 2013.
The association will work on promoting critical non-patriarchal approach to gender and sexuality, on opening a non-homophobic debate on the rights of people who do not identify with the dominant heteronormative values, on strategies for creating a positive social and political environment for these people as well as organizing a queer and LGBT community which will get motivated to take part in the campaign and fight for equal rights.
The location for the Association is st. “Venijamin Machukovski” no. 1A-1/13, Aerodrom, Skopje, and so far it has more than 15 members.
The founders of the Association are Viktorija Atanasova, Blagorodna Apostolovska, Denica Apostolovska, Luka Ivanov, Andrea Krajevska and Antonio Mihajlov, the President of the Association is Antonio Mihajlov.
The member of the first Executive Board are Blagorodna Apostolovska, Dragana Drndarevska, Luka Ivanov, Antonio Mihajlov and Lina Kjostarova-Unkovska.
Subversive Front sees the world as a place that offers enough space for the individual to a freer and more critical approach to gender, sexuality, and to any identification with a particular category and norm, as opposed to previous uncritical, blind reliance on existing traditional norms. Subversive Front stands for the right not to identify with the existing norms in the area of gender and sexuality, which are pretty limiting. We see the world as a place where all people regardless of their differences would enjoy all existing rights and freedoms and would have equal status in the society, and thus the possibility of organised political struggle if their rights, freedoms and choices are violated.
Subversive Front’s mission is to work on promoting of a more critical, unconventional, non-patriarchal approach towards the identification to any existing category in the area of gender and sexuality, and thus to work on recognition, introduction and promotion of the rights and status of people with differences that do not identify with the dominant heteronormative categories in Macedonia, as well as their protection and support by creating strong political movement in Macedonia that would work to create a favourable and acceptable climate for the people with a different approach to gender and sexuality.
Promotion of a critical, creative, queer, non-patriarchal approach to gender and sexuality through a variety of public, educational, institutional actions and debates that will aim to offer the individual a bigger space for identification or non-identification in terms of gender and sexuality.
Opening a productive, non-homophobic debate on the rights of people who do not identify with the dominant heteronormative values and on the rights of LGBT people.
Working on policies and strategies to create a favourable social and political climate for recognition of the rights and status of people who do not identify with the patriarchal and heteronormative approaches to gender and sexuality, and of the LGBT people.
Motivation and cooperation with relevant stakeholders and institutions to join in the campaign for equal rights and freedoms of people with a different approach to gender and sexuality.
Creating an organic and organised queer and LGBT community that would be motivated to actively participate in the campaign and the fight for equal rights and that would work towards a favourable and freer climate for approach to gender and sexuality.
Education for critical approach to gender and sexuality, as well as education on the rights of LGBT and queer people.
Conducting public campaigns to reduce the dominance of heteronormative, patriarchal views of gender and sexuality, as well as campaigns to develop awareness that would fight against homophobia and heterosexism.