Aug 11, 2017
The research on BiH youth’s socio-economic perceptions was conducted with the aim of examining their views and experiences on a wide range of current issues, including on employment and job markets, political awareness and activism, mobility and EU accession. It was commissioned under the framework of the global EU-funded, UNDP-implemented project on „Building and Consolidating Capacities for Conflict Prevention“.
Jul 24, 2017Third National Communication (TNC) and Second Biennial Update Report on Greenhouse Gas Emissions (SBUR) of Bosnia and Herzegovina
TNC and SBUR serve as significant strategic documents for sustainable development as well as a link between environment protection and combat with climate change with key socio-economic development issues of the Country.
Mar 22, 2017
The survey "Local Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina: What do citizens say?" was conducted as an initial survey within the project Strengthening the Role of Local Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), which is a joint project of the Swiss Government and the Government of Sweden, implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The general objective of the project is to improve the quality of life of the citizens of BiH by improving the services provided at the local level and increasing democratic accountability and social inclusion.
Dec 15, 2016
The term “green jobs” denotes employment opportunities in areas related to environmental protection. “Green jobs” are particularly suited to the construction sector as the usual structure of energy consumption is such that buildings consume the most energy, and as such are subject to energy performance improvements. Improving the energy performance of buildings and implementation of relevant measures delivers a range of benefits, job creation being one of the most important ones.
Sep 28, 2016
The aim of the Landslide Risk Management Study is to provide a detailed assessment of the current situation in the field of landslide risk management in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and suggest guidelines and recommendations which could improve different segments of the process based on international experience, and create the conditions for the application of risk management of landslides within the existing system of government and its institutions.