Policy brief

Policy brief

The Future of Public Service Broadcasting in Kosovo: Will a Hybrid Model of Funding change RTK’s Status Quo?

Naser Miftari
2017


The focus of this policy brief is on the issue of funding, the selection and terms of the board and management, and proposed methods to increase RTK’s accountability.


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Albanian Radio and Television – Towards Public Service Media: Expanding to Online Multimedia and Remodelling its Relationship with Audiences

Blerjana Bino
2017

The focus of this policy brief is on the contingencies of the transformation of RTSH into PSM – its political dimension and funding model. It then explores the application of multimedia strategies in the digital area and a remodelling of RTSH’s relationship with its audiences.

Policy brief

In a vicious cycle: Is there a Future for Public Service Broadcasting in Bosnia and Hercegovina?

Tea Hadžiristić
2017


The results of the research, presented in this paper, show that PSB in BiH has failed to secure a sustainable funding model, is not independent from politics, does not fulfil its remit, and has failed to adopt new technologies crucial to its continued relevance and survival.


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Participatory Model for Public Media in Macedonia: Reviving an Idea

Snezana TrpevskaIgor Micevski
2017

One of the main reasons for the failed transformation of the public broadcaster in Macedonia is the political parallelism of the entire media system: the strong and durable links between the political parties and the media.

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Caring for carers: an analysis of informal care policies in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Aida MalkićCaring for carers: an analysis of informal care policies in Bosnia and Herzegovina
2017

Providers of informal care are not recognised in the long-term care system in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). The existing measures in the area of long-term care are primarily aimed at persons in need of care, whereby the needs of informal care givers are almost completely neglected. 

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Policy brief

Developing Proactive Transparency in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Key Success and Failure Factors

2016

The results of the research, presented in this paper, show that most institutions are still very much closed to the public, and that there are no adequate public policies and nor institutional readiness to implement the principle of proactive disclosure of information

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Anti-Discrimination measures without measurement: Collecting data on discrimination in B&H

2016

Even seven years after the adoption of the Law on Prohibition of Discrimination Bosnia and Herzegovina still does not have a functional system for collecting data on discrimination.

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Active Labour Market Policies in BiH: From Direct Employment to Strengthening the Employability of Jobseekers

2016

Active labor market policies in Bosnia and Herzegovina are still underdeveloped and their efficiency is low. Analitika’s new policy brief Active Labour Market Policies in BiH: From Direct Employment to Strengthening the Employability of Jobseekers presents international trend in the field of active labor market policies.

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Public Procurement Monitoring in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Main Actors, Opportunities and Constraints

Public Procurement Monitoring in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Main Actors, Opportunities and ConstraintsTea Hadžiristić
2016

The economic and societal importance of public procurement, as well as the risk of corruption, make public procurement monitoring particularly important.