Women participate in a FemWiki workshop in Kraljevo , to increase gender diversity on the Serbian Wikipedia. These events help them form friendships, share advice and support each other to write more articles about women and gender issues. FemWiki is a volunteer project started in May to help increase the number of women who edit Wikipedia in the Serbian language — as well as the quality and quantity of articles about gender issues, feminist terminology and biographies of women. The idea behind Wikipedia, the largest online encyclopedia, is to collect the sum of human knowledge, in a collaborative way, and to provide access to it for every person in the world.
Serbian women edit Wikipedia together in new FemWiki project
Why everyone in Scotland should know the name Kragujevac – Bella Caledonia
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The name, which has caused unexpected media comment it appears, for political reasons celebrates the name of a valiant — the word is carefully chosen — Scottish nurse, who died fighting a terrifying typhus epidemic which swept through the Serbian army during the First World War. The battlefield on which she died in was the field hospital in Kragujevac, which was totally overwhelmed by the casualties and the virulence of the epidemic; which, at the time it struck medicine still had limited resources to fight, without the equipment or modern protocols, and the medical staff were required to operate in unspeakably appalling conditions. There was a lack of physicians and other medical professionals because they had been seconded to the army, which led to the rapid collapse of the health status of defenceless populations. Malnutrition, overcrowding and a lack of hygiene paved the way for typhus. In November , typhus made its first appearance among refugees and prisoners, and it then spread rapidly among the troops.
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