Justice and Security

  • EU STAR Project

    The excessive stockpiles of ammunition and associated risk of an uncontrolled explosion, continue to pose a significant hazard to human safety and security in BiH. The EUSTAR Project aims to dispose 3,000 tonnes of unstable ammunition in the local and international demilitarization facilities over the next 24 months.

  • Introduction of Victim/Witness Support Services Project

    In the period 1992-1995, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) was the site of a large-scale armed conflict characterised by systematic and widespread violations of international humanitarian law resulting in the loss of an estimated 100,000 lives. Facing the events from the recent past, especially by combating impunity for war crimes, is recognised as one of the basic preconditions for reconciliation and progress, both internally and externally, for the development of BiH into a democratic and stable country.

  • EXPLODE - Explosive Ordnance and Remnants of War Destruction (project closed)

    Project EXPLODE was implemented between 2013 and 2017 aiming to support the efforts of the Ministry of Defense of Bosnia and Herzegovina to destroy unstable and unsafe ammunition and provide training to the MoD personnel in the latest and safest ammunition destruction methods.

  • Access to Justice: Supporting the Rule of Law and Transitional Justice (project closed)

    Access to justice for the poor and marginalised is not guaranteed in BiH, due to a fragmented and poorly developed free legal aid (FLA) system in the country, and the lack of harmonised legislation at the State level. UNDP was working with national partners to establish a country-wide free legal aid system ensuring minimum equal standards for all citizens in accessing free legal aid services.

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