Bosnia and Herzegovina resources

  1. Law on Prohibition of Discrimination No. 59/09 of 29 July 2009, unofficial English translation

    29 July 2009

  2. Trainings to promote more effective labour dispute settlement in Bosnia and Herzegovina and in Serbia

    The purpose of amicable labour dispute settlement is to avoid strikes and to prevent long and costly legal procedures. “Alternative dispute resolution is both cost and time effective, and creates sustainable relationships between trade unions and employers, thus helping maintain industrial peace,” said Ms Cristina Mihes, ILO Specialist on Social Dialogue.

  3. Subregional Tripartite Conference: Strengthening the Mechanisms of Labour Dispute Prevention and Amicable Resolution in the Western Balkan Countries and Moldova

    01 May 2009

    This report reflects up to date developments on the functioning of alternative labour disputes resolution mechanisms in the participating countries, and the proposed Action Plans to increase their effectiveness and to reach out to their beneficiaries.

  4. Memorandum of Understanding between the Swiss Federal Council and the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina Establishing a Migration Partnership between Switzerland and Bosnia and Herzegovina

    14 April 2009

  5. Subregional Tripartite Conference: Strengthening the Mechanisms of Labour Dispute Prevention and Amicable Resolution in the Western Balkan Countries and Moldova

    Participants at an ILO tripartite sub-regional conference exchanged experiences and prepared action plans to promote effective labour dispute settlement mechanisms in the countries of the Western Balkans and Moldova on 25-26 February 2009, in Becici, Montenegro.

  6. Report on the pension reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina: First Assessment

    01 January 2009

    The pension system of Bosnia and Herzegovina consists of two schemes in the two entities – the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) and the Republika Srpska (RS) . The two entities have separate pension funds, and the pension schemes are regulated by separate legislations.

  7. Employment Policy Review: Bosnia and Herzegovina

    01 January 2009

    Gives details about the labour market situation during the period 1999-2006. Identifies main priorities for employment policy such as education and training, and active labour market policies; goals of passive labour market policies; income policy; and social dialogue. Lists relevant ratified Council of Europe instruments as well as ILO Conventions. Includes the text of the Bucharest Declaration 2003 on furthering employment, and surveys the main provisions governing recruitment and termination of employment concerning the Republika Srpska, the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Brčko District.

  8. La Strada International

    02 May 2007

    The International La Strada Association is a network of nine independent human rights NGOs (Non-Governmental Organisations) in Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Poland and Ukraine. It aims to prevent trafficking in human beings, with a focus on women in Central and Eastern Europe.

  9. Decent Work Country Programme for Bosnia and Herzegovina 2006-2007

    16 November 2006

  10. Bosnia and Herzegovina Strategy to Prevent and Combat HIV/AIDS

    01 December 2003