Publications

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Judical Institutions Capacities to Address the Needs of Specific Groups

The Study discusses the capacities of the judicial institutions (courts) to address the needs and demands of specific groups: Persons with Disabilities, Roma, and women in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The overall goal to which this paper contributes to is to enhance access to justice of three specificmore

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Looking Back, Looking Forward: Promoting Dialogue through Truth-Seeking in Bosnia and Herzegovina

With this publication, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), as the lead agency dealing with Transitional Justice in Bosnia and Herzegovina, launches a new series of documents and outreach activities related to transitional justice, its processes, mechanisms and the effective toolsmore

Methodology for Integrated Local Development Planning in Bosnia and Herzegovina (miPRO)

We are pleased to present the second edition of the Methodology for Integrated Local Development Planning (MiPRO) for Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), prepared following its practical application in 23 municipalities in BiH. The second edition contains practical examples and experiences practicesmore

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Mission, Vision and Principles of Judicial and Prosecutorial Systems in BiH

Judicial and prosecutorial system promotes and protects democratic values, peace, security and human rights. Unfortunately, a substantial number of users of judicial and prosecutorial services do not have sufficient information on what going to court entails, or who to contact in relation to amore

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National Human Development Report (NHDR)

What is the state of human development in the rural areas of Bosnia and Herzegovina, where the majority of its people live? Do they have jobs and decent incomes? Do they have proper access to health care and education? Are they connected by good roads, services and telecommunications? Are theymore

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National Human Development Report - 2007

This is the sixth National Human Development Report produced for Bosnia and Herzegovina, examining a topical human development issue. The 2007 report analyses the different facets and causes of social exclusion in BiH and provides recommendations for promoting social inclusion. The concept ofmore

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Non-Enrolment and School Dropout Study

Dropout study was done as part of the educational activities of YERP, a study based on a survey of children and youths who either did not enrol in or dropped out of primary and or secondary school was conducted. The survey was successfully implemented in governmental institutions (the ministriesmore

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Non-contentious proceedings

Judicial and prosecutorial system promotes and protects democratic values, peace, security and human rights. Unfortunately, a substantial number of users of judicial and prosecutorial services do not have sufficient information on what going to court entails, information about legal procedures, ormore

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Research of Risk behaviour with Regard To HIV prevalence in groups at increased risk

The overall growth of the global AIDS epidemic appears to have stabilized. The annual number of new HIV infections has been steadily declining since the late 1990s and there are fewer AIDS-related deaths due to the significant scale up of antiretroviral therapy over the past few years. Although themore

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Research on HIV stigma and discrimination among health care workers in public and private health care sector in BIH

Bosnia and Herzegovina falls into the group of countries with the low HIV prevalence, lower than 1% among general population and lower than 5% among the population at risk. Till the end of 2010, 170 people infected with HIV were registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina, whereas AIDS developed in 109more