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“Information should never be erased”: World experts weigh-in on Victoria University’s removal of genocide material

June 1, 2020 7:45 PM
“Information should never be erased”: World experts weigh-in on Victoria University’s removal of genocide material

  World experts say Victoria University in Australia’s decision to remove genocide material from a human rights lecture is “shocking” and puts victims at psychological risk. A quote referring to the aggression against Bosniaks that was recently removed from a human rights lecture at Victoria University after members of the […]

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SIPA Police arrested Four Persons for Human Trafficking

May 27, 2020 1:00 PM
SIPA Police arrested Four Persons for Human Trafficking

    Four people were arrested on Wednesday in the area of Una-Sana Canton (USC) due to the existence of grounds for suspicion that they committed the criminal offenses of human trafficking and organizing a group or association for the criminal offense of smuggling of migrants. The operative action codenamed […]

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Obligation to combat the Exploitation of Vulnerable People becomes most acute

April 3, 2020 7:00 AM
Obligation to combat the Exploitation of Vulnerable People becomes most acute

  Valiant Richey, OSCE Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, today issued the following statement, in co-ordination with Albania’s OSCE Chairmanship, to the OSCE participating States on the COVID-19 pandemic. He urged that, “it is precisely when our global community is convulsed by a crisis of […]

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SIPA Police arrested Three Persons for Human Trafficking

March 7, 2020 1:45 PM
SIPA Police arrested Three Persons for Human Trafficking

  Police officers of the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) arrested three persons on Friday in Mostar on suspicion of committing a criminal offense under Article 186 of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina for international trafficking, in connection with a criminal offense under Article 189 of smuggling […]

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OSCE organizes Training Course for Judges and Prosecutors on addressing Trafficking in Human Beings

February 28, 2020 8:15 PM
OSCE organizes Training Course for Judges and Prosecutors on addressing Trafficking in Human Beings

  A one-day training course for judges and prosecutors from across Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) on addressing the trafficking in human beings and related crimes was held on 28 February 2020 in Banjaluka. The training was organized by the OSCE Mission to BiH in co-operation with entity judicial and prosecutorial […]

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EU Council adopted Conclusions on the Priorities to be followed by the EU in UN Human Rights Fora

February 19, 2020 10:45 AM
EU Council adopted Conclusions on the Priorities to be followed by the EU in UN Human Rights Fora

  The Council today adopted conclusions on the priorities to be followed by the EU in United Nations human rights fora this year. On the occasion of the year marking the 75th anniversary of the entry into force of the UN Charter, the Council conclusions reaffirm EU’s commitment to the rule-based international order – human […]

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Why Srdan Aleksic is a National Hero?

January 27, 2020 9:00 PM
Why Srdan Aleksic is a National Hero?

  His father would disagree with the statement, as he has many times in the past. When asked about his son’s act of valor, he would always answer, “Srdan wasn’t a hero. He fulfilled his human duty. You are the real heroes, accepting Srdan and celebrating him in remembrance.” For […]

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Bosnia-Herzegovina ranks just 58 out of 157 Countries in the World Bank’s Human Capital Index

December 29, 2019 12:00 PM
Bosnia-Herzegovina ranks just 58 out of 157 Countries in the World Bank’s Human Capital Index

  Teachers are the heart of any education system. In BiH, teaching has become a relatively unappealing profession, in part due to the difficult working conditions in many schools. Teachers’ salaries are on par with the public sector, and nearly 25% higher than average private sector salaries. However, this varies […]

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New Online Platform for Systematic Monitoring and Public Presentation of Cases of Human Rights

December 20, 2019 9:00 AM
New Online Platform for Systematic Monitoring and Public Presentation of Cases of Human Rights

  The online platform mapiraj.ba has been set up for systematic monitoring and public presentation of cases of human rights violations through media content, as one of the most significant results of the EU-funded project “Media for Human Rights”. The project was funded in the amount of €250.000, with the […]

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European Court of Human Rights ruled that Church has to be dislocated from Mrs.Orlovic Land

October 1, 2019 2:00 PM
European Court of Human Rights ruled that Church has to be dislocated from Mrs.Orlovic Land

  Fata Orlovic won a dispute at the European Court of Human Rights against Bosnia and Herzegovina in the case of a church built on her land in Konjevic Polje. As stated in the judgment, it was unanimously decided that there had been a violation of the article relating to […]

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