Policy brief

Regulation of Mobbing in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Context of the Law on Prohibition of Discrimination

Mario Reljanović
2015

Fight against discrimination and mobbing has resulted in the adoption of specific legislation in almost all European countries in recent decades. However, the complex problem of mobbing is insufficiently regulated in BiH legislation, not only because of theoretically unfounded regulatory approach based on complete equalisation of discrimination and harassment at work, but also because of a number of normative gaps in the current legal framework.

Report

Mapping of Key Obstacles to Equal Participation of Private Companies in Public Procurement in Bosnia and Herzegovina

2015

Center for Social Research Analitika published a report entitled “Mapping of Key Obstacles to Equal Participation of Private Companies in Public Procurement in Bosnia and Herzegovina” based on findings of research conducted during 2014, with the aim of mapping the main obstacles faced by private companies in the public procurement in BiH.

Policy brief

Key Problems in Public Procurement in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Experiences of Private Companies

2015

Policy brief “Key Problems in Public Procurement in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Experiences of Private Companies” summarizes the key findings of research conducted with the aim of mapping the main obstacles to the participation of private companies in public procurement procedures in BiH.

Commentary

Queer Festival Case: Freedom of Assembly and the Prohibition of Discrimination

Boris Topić
2015

Violence against members of the first Sarajevo Queer Festival was the reason for the Organization Q to refer the appeal to the Constitutional Court of BiH because of the failure of the authorities to provide adequate measures for the protection of their rights guaranteed by the Constitution of BiH and the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, but also because of inefficient investigation and identification and sanctioning of offenders.

Commentary

Mistaken Logic in Proving of Anti-Discrimination Proceedings: The Case of the Supreme Court of FBiH

Aleksandra Ivanković
2015

The author Ivanković-Tamamović, using the case of Janja Martina Katović against the Glamoč municipality, points at the inaccurate implementation of discrimination legislation and rules of proving in antidiscrimination cases of the Supreme Court of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Report

Local Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Challenges and Prospects for Institutional Development

Mirna Jusić
2014

The research presented in this study was conducted in order to systematically learn about the countrywide practices of local communities in BiH, and to offer broad recommendations for improving local community work in BiH.

Policy brief

The Collective Anti-Discrimination Lawsuit in the System of Protection against Discrimination in BiH

Boris Topić
2014

Policy brief by Analitika analyses the institute of the collective anti-discrimination lawsuit within the existing legislative framework in BiH, as one of the mechanisms for protection against discrimination, which provides civil society organizations an opportunity to institute civil proceedings in the case of discrimination against a large number of persons.

Policy Memo

Open Government Partnership and Action Planning: Approach, Challenges and Practice

2014

The policy memo by Analitika points to the key elements of action planning in the framework of Open Government Initiative, and provides recommendation on possible avenues for approaching to action planning process in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Policy Memo

Transparency of Public Universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

2014

The policy memo by Analitika points to the benefits of open policies in the area of higher education, and provides recommendations for increasing the level of transparency of public universities in BiH.

Fact sheet

Survey Results: A High Level of Distrust in Political Parties and Government Institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina

2014

Analitika has conducted a research on trust of citizens in government institutions, political parties and other organizations in BiH.

Report

Proactive Transparency in BiH: Status and Perspectives in Light of International Standards and Comparative Solutions

Alen Rajko
2014

In the new study published by Analitika, author Alen Rajko analyzes how is the proactive disclosure of information, as an inseparable part of the right to access information, regulated in Bosnia and Herzegovina and, on the basis of these findings, suggests necessary interventions in legislation.

Policy brief

Neglected Standard in BiH: Proactive Dimension of the Right to Access Information

2014

Policy brief by Analitika provides an overview and analysis of the current legislation in Bosnia and Herzegovina relevant to the regulation of proactive disclosure of information held by public bodies.

Fact sheet

Research Results: The Availability of Information on the Official Web Presentations of Public Institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina

2014

Analitika has conducted the analysis of official web presentations of 66 public institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina with the aim of determining the level of transparency and access to public information.

Policy Memo

Proactive Transparency in BiH: From Cacophony towards Harmonization

2014

Laws on free access to Information in Bosnia and Herzegovina needs to be improved so that, following the example of other countries, create the legal obligation for the public institutions to proactively publish information in their possession.

Policy brief

Towards Open Data Policies in BiH

2014

The policy memo by Analitika points to the benefits of opening up public data, and contributes to the discussion on the need for open data in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Policy brief

Personal Data in the Judicial and Prosecutorial Acts: The Arguments For and Against Anonymisation

Amra MehmedićEdin HodžićEmina Ćerimović
2014

“Personal Data in the Judicial and Prosecutorial Acts: The Arguments For and Against Anonymisation” is the title of policy brief which elaborates  some of  key parameters for regulating the issue of threating personal data in the acts of judicial institutions published on the internet. Policy brief is based on the report "Anonymisation of Judicial and Prosecutorial Acts in Bosnia and Herzegovina: (Im)possible Compromise between Personal Data Protection and the Right to Information in Criminal Proceedings", published in 2014, Analitika edition.
Report

Anonymisation of Judicial and Prosecutorial Acts in BiH - Analysis of Regulations, Policies and Practices

Amra MehmedićEdin HodžićEmina Ćerimović
2014

The report “Anonymisation of Judicial and Prosecutorial Acts in BiH: (Im)possible Compromise between Personal Data Protection and the Right to Information in Criminal Proceedings“ offers systematic analysis of complex issue of access to information held by judicial institutions in BiH, with a focus on personal data of the parties in criminal proceeding. 
Working Paper

International Assistance and Media Democratization in the Western Balkans: A Cross-National Comparison

Kristina IrionTarik Jusić
2013

This paper investigates if and how the media system in the Western Balkan was influenced by the international media assistance programs. By using the comparative approach, the report connects the phenomenon of media democratization and international media assistance and analyzes the impact of the local political context on the implementation of such assistance programs. 
 
 
Discussion Paper

Criminal Law Framework for Processing Hate Crimes

Ljiljana Filipović
2014

Analysing the criminal law framework for processing a certain type of criminal offence presupposes that this criminal offence differs from other criminal offences by one or more characteristics and that this specificity has implications for the application of certain general institutes of criminal law (substantive and procedural). With hate crimes, this distinctive characteristic is the particular motive for their commission.