Atheist Bus Campaign in Croatia; one day stand“ whose authors are Dinka Marinović Jerolimov, Ph. D. and Nikolina Hazdovac Bajić was published in “The Atheist Bus Campaign: global manifestations and responses“ by the prominent publishing house Brill.

This volume is the first to systematically and thoroughly explore and analyze the impact of the Atheist Bus Campaign, initiated in the UK, within the sociocultural and political contexts of the countries that participated in the campaign (Australia, Brazil, USA, Canada, Russia, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden and Spain). The Atheist Bus Campaign in Croatia was initiated by Ms. Bojana Genov, the coordinator of the Women’s Network in Croatia. The ad “No God, no master” was put on street car No. 14 in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, on March 5, 2009. After only one day the ad was removed, but the social response to this quite short campaign lasted for several months. The authors describe the historical, political and social context important for understanding and situating the campaign in Croatia. They analyse the legal and social responses to the campaign and in conclusion they summarize the effects of the campaign in Croatia.

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