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Persistent Roma Inequality increases COVID-19 Risk

April 7, 2020 12:30 PM
Persistent Roma Inequality increases COVID-19 Risk

  Overcrowding and poor access to sanitation have long blighted Roma communities across Europe. On the eve of International Roma Day, the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) and the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) highlight the longstanding neglect of Roma that is now leaving them […]

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Protection from domestic Violence urgently needed for Women and Children under stay-at-home Orders

April 2, 2020 1:00 PM
Protection from domestic Violence urgently needed for Women and Children under stay-at-home Orders

  Noting a troubling rise in domestic violence in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns and self-isolation guidelines in many countries, OSCE leaders called today for measures to be taken by governments to protect women and children. They said that unfortunately, for them home is not always a safe haven, […]

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Number of Children in pre-school Institutions increased in Bosnia and Herzegovina

April 1, 2020 2:45 PM
Number of Children in pre-school Institutions increased in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  In the school year 2019/2020, on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, there were 326 pre-school institutions with 30.587 children, according to Agency for Statistics of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compared to the previous school year, the number of children in pre-school institutions increased by 7,3%, and the number of […]

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Large Number of People in Bosnia-Herzegovina are ill and live in Poverty

March 10, 2020 11:15 AM
Large Number of People in Bosnia-Herzegovina are ill and live in Poverty

  A large number of people in Bosnia and Herzegovina are living in poverty, and unfortunately, more and more people are suffering lately, whose lack of money is a major obstacle to healing. The Pomozi.ba humanitarian association has been helping people in need in many different ways for many years, […]

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Number of Children placed in Detention Facilities reduced by 90 Percent

February 27, 2020 12:00 PM
Number of Children placed in Detention Facilities reduced by 90 Percent

  Over the last twenty years, the number of children placed in detention facilities in Eastern and Central Europe and Central Asia annually has gone down from 45,000 to 5,000 marking a 90 percent reduction, said UNICEF today, ahead of the Children’s Access to Justice in Europe and Central Asia Regional […]

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Thirty-Eight Wigs made so Far by Association “Heart for Children with Cancer”

February 24, 2020 3:45 PM
Thirty-Eight Wigs made so Far by Association “Heart for Children with Cancer”

  As an organization working with children and youth suffering from cancer since 2003, we have experienced various problems and challenges regarding the loss of hair and procurement of medical wigs (orthopaedic aids) for our little patients. The Health Insurance Institute of the Federation of BiH does not cover the […]

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Children from Migrants’ Families in Bosnia-Herzegovina are especially Vulnerable

February 11, 2020 1:30 PM
Children from Migrants’ Families in Bosnia-Herzegovina are especially Vulnerable

  In 2019, some 29,200 refugees and migrants were registered by national authorities- 20 percent more than in 2018. As of December, around 7,350 people, including nearly 1,182 children1 remained in Bosnia and Herzegovina, primarily in Una Sana canton. The closure of the highly dangerous Vucjak camp was major positive […]

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Children made up a quarter of all Refugees and Migrants arriving to Bosnia-Herzegovina

February 10, 2020 2:15 PM
Children made up a quarter of all Refugees and Migrants arriving to Bosnia-Herzegovina

  Children made up a quarter of all refugees and migrants arriving in Europe through Mediterranean migration routes in 2019 (some 29,000 children). Nearly 80 per cent of them were registered in Greece alone, according to data from UNICEF. Despite the overall decrease of refugee and migrant flows towards Europe […]

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Committee was formed in Srebrenica to solve the Problem of praising Chetniks at Schools

February 1, 2020 6:00 PM
Committee was formed in Srebrenica to solve the Problem of praising Chetniks at Schools

  The Srebrenica Municipal Assembly has decided to form a 10-member commission tasked with drafting a report and proposing solutions to the situation after posting a photo of First Elementary School pupils celebrating Chetniks in school premises, Klix.ba news portal reports. A photo of a group of children from Srebrenica […]

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“Hour of Code” gathered Young People from 45 Municipalities in Bosnia-Herzegovina

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“Hour of Code” gathered Young People from 45 Municipalities in Bosnia-Herzegovina

  This year’s “Hour of Code” action met all expectations of the organizers when it comes to the number of interested people since over 40,000 children and young people from 45 BiH municipalities participated in the event. For the third year in a row, BiH is the first in the […]

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