Bosnia and Herzegovina is a member state of the ILO since 1993. Since the establishment of the Project Support Unit in Sarajevo in 1996 and the appointment of a National Coordinator in 1998, the ILO has been involved in a wide range of areas including employment promotion and decent work opportunities for youth, labour law reform, international labour standards, social dialogue, formalization of the informal economy, tackling undeclared work, and the protection of rights of people living with HIV.
The most recent projects aim at supporting local employment partnerships in Bosnia and Herzegovina's flood affected areas and building an Economic and Social Affairs Platform in the Western Balkans.
LEP internal evaluation
Promising results at half time: ILO comes out with mid-term evaluation of Local Employment Partnerships
23 February 2018
Employment Partnerships in Bosnia and Herzegovina
24 January 2018
Sustainable Development Goals
15 January 2018