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UN: 48 Percent of Women have experienced some form of Violence in Bosnia and Herzegovina

August 6, 2020 6:15 PM
UN: 48 Percent of Women have experienced some form of Violence in Bosnia and Herzegovina

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, 48 percent of women have experienced some form of violence since they were 15, and in 96 percent of cases, the perpetrators of violence are men, according to “UN women BiH”. “Violence against women and girls, which has psychological, sexual and physical consequences, is the most […]

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Izetbegovic meets with the Head of the Council of Europe Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina

July 25, 2020 12:45 PM
Izetbegovic meets with the Head of the Council of Europe Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  President of the Party of Democratic Action Bakir Izetbegovic met on Friday with the Head of the Council of Europe Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bojana Urumova. The topic of the meeting was the current situation in BiH and the region, with special reference to the protection of human […]

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European Union adopts new Priorities 2020-2022 for its Cooperation with the Council of Europe

July 14, 2020 1:45 PM
European Union adopts new Priorities 2020-2022 for its Cooperation with the Council of Europe

  In the context of widespread challenges to human rights, democracy and the rule of law, the European Union is determined to maintain its leading role in the promotion of fundamental rights on the European continent. To keep faith with this commitment, the EU has adopted new priorities for its […]

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Victoria University: Quote Discussing Bosnian Genocide Too “Explicit” For Students

June 4, 2020 5:00 PM
Victoria University:   Quote Discussing Bosnian Genocide Too “Explicit” For Students

  Victoria University in Australia told the President of the Institute For Research of Genocide Canada in an email on Friday that the genocide material was removed from ASA1024 Applied Human Rights because it was “overly explicit.” Last month a quote discussing Serbian war crimes against Bosniaks was removed from […]

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OSCE offers Recommendations on short-term Responses to COVID-19 that support Social Cohesion

March 26, 2020 1:15 PM
OSCE offers Recommendations on short-term Responses to COVID-19 that support Social Cohesion

  OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities Lamberto Zannier has prepared recommendations for governments to consider in their efforts to combat the spread of COVID-19. Based on the experience of his institution, the High Commissioner reminds the OSCE participating States that cohesive societies are strong societies. Zannier said: “As governments […]

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Bosnian Authorities have intensified their Efforts to comply with the Recommendations of Ombudsman Institution

March 19, 2020 11:15 AM
Bosnian Authorities have intensified their Efforts to comply with the Recommendations of Ombudsman Institution

    In its report on Bosnia and Herzegovina (fifth monitoring cycle) published on 28 February 2017, European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) recommended that the authorities strengthen the institutional capacity of the Ombudsman Institution in order to empower it to carry out its anti-discrimination mandate effectively. This should […]

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ODIHR Election Observation Activities temporarily limited as Health Risks increase

March 17, 2020 11:30 AM
ODIHR Election Observation Activities temporarily limited as Health Risks increase

  Election observation activities of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) are being temporarily limited in some places, as countries around the OSCE region restrict cross-border travel in response to increased health risks. The present suspensions are confined to the election observation missions planned for the […]

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How are Physical and Sanitary Conditions in Prisons in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

March 14, 2020 4:45 PM
How are Physical and Sanitary Conditions in Prisons in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

  Physical and sanitary conditions in the country’s prisons and detention facilities varied depending on location but were generally considered substandard, US Department of State said in a report. Physical Conditions: The Ombudsman’s annual report for 2018 indicated that prison overcrowding in Sarajevo continued, with 96 inmates housed in a […]

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US Department of State: Impunity for some War Crimes nevertheless continued to be a Problem in Bosnia and Herzegovina

March 13, 2020 4:15 PM
US Department of State: Impunity for some War Crimes nevertheless continued to be a Problem in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is a democratic republic with a bicameral parliament. Many governmental functions are the responsibility of two entities within the state, the Federation and the Republika Srpska (RS), as well as the Brcko District, an autonomous administrative unit under BiH sovereignty. The 1995 General Framework Agreement […]

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Authorities in BiH treat some Citizens as less equal than others

December 20, 2019 2:15 PM
Authorities in BiH treat some Citizens as less equal than others

  On 22 December 2009, the Grand Chamber of European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) in the landmark case of Sejdić and Finci vs Bosnia and Herzegovina ruled that BiH’s Constitution and electoral laws are discriminatory, insofar as they prevent citizens who do not belong to the category of “constituent […]

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