The strategy to combat discrimination

In 2014, we initiated a debate within civil society on the adoption of comprehensive anti-discrimination strategy for BiH. For this debate, we relied on the assistance of experts that were involved in the process of creating and adopting such strategies and action plans related to the combat against discrimination in the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Croatia.

Sarajevo Open Centre will advocate drafting and adoption of a countrywide multiannual anti-discrimination strategy and action plan, which defines concrete and realistic measures on state, entity, cantonal and local levels to challenge discrimination against inter alia, LGBT people, in close cooperation with other civil society organisations.

CSOs appeal to the BH institutions and EU to make Structured dialogue on justice more transparent and efficient

Open Letter of BH Civil Society Organisations to the BiH Council of Ministers, the BiH Directorate for European Integration, the European Union Delegation in BiH and the European...

Discrimination and hate crime as a priority for EU

Following the visit of the Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighborhood Policy Štefan Füle last week to BiH, when he i.a. talked to a broad and diverse group of...

MEPs take stock of LGBT rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina

On February 6, 2014, the European Parliament adopted three of its annual reports on the EU accession process for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, and Montenegro. Last month,...