Discussion Paper

Hate Crimes and Juveniles: Key Problems in Regulation and Processing

Jasna Pećanac
2014

Due to the fragmentation of criminal legislation into four legislative levels (BiH, FBiH, Republika Srpska, and the Brčko District of BiH), and since the new codes came into force on different dates and provide diverse solutions in terms of the stipulated requirements for the application of individual institutes, juveniles in conflict with the law do not find themselves in the same position throughout the territory of our country. 
 
Discussion Paper

The Importance of Prosecuting Hate Speech in a Post-Conflict Country: Lessons for, and from, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Francesco de Sanctis
2014

Prosecuting hate speech is particularly complex in post-conflict states. The absence of an agreed definition of hate speech at the international level, which may be seen as the result of the lack of a common standard among European jurisdictions, contributes to that status.  
Discussion Paper

Drawing the Line in BiH: The Advocacy of Hatred Constituting Incitement to Hostility, Discrimination, and Violence

Andrew Smith
2014

The terms “hate crime” and “hate speech” are often used interchangeably, despite that they are distinct concepts requiring different responses from States. 

Policy brief

Media Assistance in Serbia: Achievements and Challenges

Davor Marko
2014

International media assistance programs implemented in Serbia during last twenty years have contributed to the creation of the public service broadcasting and the introduction of the regulatory framework for broadcasting sector, while at the same time helping the development of the independent media outlets.  
Book

Hate Crimes: Challenges of Regulation and Prosecution in BiH

Edin Hodžić
2014

This edited volume gathers texts which from different perspectives, and by using conceptual approach, discuss complex issues of hate crimes, its identification and prosecution.
 
Policy brief

International Media Assistance in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Lessons Learned

Tarik JusićNidžara Ahmetašević
2014

Bosnia and Herzegovina has benefited from comprehensive and prolonged international media assistance efforts during the last two decades: the legal framework was thoroughly reformed; regulatory and self-regulatory mechanisms were introduced; the independent and commercial media sector received substantial support; and a public service broadcasting system was created. 

Book

A Guide to Prosecuting Hate Crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Almir MaljevićSrđan Vujović
2013

Despite the omnipresence of various hate and prejudice-based manifestations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, comprehensive and precise legislation in this area still has not been adopted.

Web Resource

Web resource "Hate Crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina"

2014

Hate Crimes, especially in the context of transition in Bosnia and Herzegovina, if not treated with speciall attention by all accountable levels for legal norms and prosecution of these criminal acts, tend to become foundation for further conflicts and tensions. 
Working Paper

Media Reforms through Intervention: International Media Assistance in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tarik JusićNidžara Ahmetašević
2013

This paper investigates if and how the media system in Bosnia and Herzegovina was influenced by the two decades of international media assistance programs. The paper is a part of the comparative research project that studies the results of, and the challenges to the international media assistance efforts in the Western Balkan countries.    
 

Report

Prosecuting Hate Crimes in BiH: The Prosecutors' Perspective

Amir Bajrić Marija Lučić-Ćatić
2013

The report “Prosecuting Hate Crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Prosecutors' Perspective” identifies key obstacles to the prosecution of hate crimes in the country. 

Policy Memo

Crime of Incitement to National, Racial and Religion Based Hatred, Discord and Intolerance: Imprecision of Norm

2013

The policy memo by Center for Social research Analitika identifies series of problems which negatively influences efficient prosecuting crime of incitement to national, racial and religion based hatred, discord and intolerance, which is nearly identically formulated in all four valid criminal laws in BiH.

Policy brief

Prosecuting Hate Crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Problems in Prosecutors Practice

Azra Kuči
2013

“Prosecuting Hate Crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Problems in Prosecutors Practice” is a title of policy brief based on the report which analyzes legislative on hate crime criminal acts from the perspective of prosecutors.

Policy Memo

Towards Proactive Transparency in Bosnia and Herzegovina

2013

The policy memo by Center for Social Research Analitika points out that the legal framework on freedom of access to information in Bosnia and Herzegovina should include provisions on proactive disclosure of information held by public institutions. 

Working Paper

Building Media Systems in the Western Balkans: Lost between Models and Realities

Katrin Voltmer
2013

This paper investigates if and how the media system in the Western Balkan was influenced by the two decades of international media assistance programs. The paper is a part of the comparative research project that studies the results of, and the challenges to the international media assistance efforts in the Western Balkan countries.    
Working Paper

The Uncertain Future: Centers for Investigative Journalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia

Nevena Ršumović
2013

This paper investigates if and how the media system in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia was influenced by the two decades of international media assistance programs. The paper is a part of the comparative research project that studies the results of, and the challenges to the international media assistance efforts in the Western Balkan countries.  

Working Paper

Looking for Shortcuts? Assistance to – and Development of – Public Service Broadcasting

Mark Thompson
2013

This paper investigates if and how the media system in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo, Macedonia and Albania was influenced by the two decades of international media assistance programs. The paper is a part of the comparative research project that studies the results of, and the challenges to the international media assistance efforts in the Western Balkan countries.    

Working Paper

Comparative Analysis of Regulatory Media Assistance: Lessons from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo

Vladimir Bratić
2013

This paper investigates if and how the media system in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo was influenced by the two decades of international media assistance programs. The paper is a part of the comparative research project that studies the results of, and the challenges to the international media assistance efforts in the Western Balkan countries.    

Working Paper

Media Reforms in Turbulent Times: The Role of Media Assistance in the Establishment of Independent Media Institutions in Serbia

Davor Marko
2013

This paper investigates if and how the media system in Serbia was influenced by the two decades of international media assistance programs. The paper is a part of the comparative research project that studies the results of, and the challenges to the international media assistance efforts in the Western Balkan countries.    

Working Paper

Assisting Media Democratization after Low-Intensity Conflict: The Case of Macedonia

Tamara DimitrijevskaZhidas Daskalovski
2013

This paper investigates if and how the media system in Macedonia was influenced by the two decades of international media assistance programs. The paper is a part of the comparative research project that studies the results of, and the challenges to the international media assistance efforts in the Western Balkan countries.   

Working Paper

Starting from Scratch: The Role of Media Assistance in the Establishment of Independent Media Institutions in Kosovo

Naser Miftari
2013

This paper investigates if and how the media system in Kosovo was influenced by the two decades of international media assistance programs. The paper is a part of the comparative research project that studies the results of, and the challenges to the international media assistance efforts in the Western Balkan countries.