Lepa Mladjenović is a lesbian feminist activist, anti-war activist, and feminist counselor for women with trauma from male violence, and lesbians in Belgrade, Serbia. She is the co-founder of several feminist groups and networks in the region, including the SOS Helpline for women survivors of male violence, 1990, Women in Black Against War, 1991, Autonomous Women’s Center Against Sexual Violence in 1993 where she worked as a Coordinator of the Counselling Team and counselor for survivors of sexual violence and rape in war until 2013. She facilitates women’s groups on the trauma of sexual violence for activists. She is the co-founder of: Arkadija - Lesbian and Gay Group (1991), Labris - Lesbian Human Rights organization, (1995), Counseling for Lesbians (2013). In 2013, she was awarded The Anne Klein Women's Prize is given by the Heinrich Böll Foundation who are committed to gender democracy. She is the author of a Serbian book Feminist Approach to Neurobiology of Trauma of Rape, Autonomous Women’s Center, Belgrade, 2020. https://www.womenngo.org.rs/images/publikacije/lepa_mladjenovic-EMOCIJE_MENJAJU_RAD_MOZGA.pdf
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Mladjenović, Lepa (2023) "Ukrainian Women Refugees in Italy and Their Risk of Sexual Violence: An Interview with Luisanna Porcu," Dignity: A Journal of Analysis of Exploitation and Violence: Vol. 7: Iss. 4, Article 5. https://doi.org/10.23860/dignity.2023.07.04.05
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