Policy Memo

Amendments to the Legal Framework for Protection Against Discrimination in BiH: Progress Achieved and Further Improvements

2018

The 2016 Amendments to the Law on the Prohibition of Discrimination have brought a significantly improved legal framework in BiH in this field.

Policy Memo

Active Labour Market Policies in BiH: Why More Attention Should be Paid to Training Programmes?

2016

Why should there be more attention paid to trainings within active labor market policies find out in Analitika’s new policy memo. Active labor market policy in Bosnia and Herzegovina is underdeveloped. Reform is urgently needed in order to achieve improvements.

Policy Memo

International Assistance and Media Democratization in the Western Balkans: Lessons Learned

2016

Policy memo „International Assistance and Media Democratization in the Western Balkans: Lessons Learned“ provides an overview of receiving support from the International Community and its impact on the process of democratization of the media in the Western Balkans.

Policy Memo

Recommendations for Public Procurement System in BiH Improvements

2016

Policy memo presents key results of conducted analysis and recommendations for public procurement system improvements. This document is organized by different aspects of the public procurement system.

Discussion Paper

Commentary on the Draft of Human Rights Ombudsman Law

2016

Current activities on passing new Human Rights Ombudsman Law in BiH are needed in order to strengthen status and independency of the institution. Text of the law draft, which was made by Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees in BiH, consists important advancements, but also opens many questions and leaves enough reasons to worry.
Policy Memo

Labor Market Reforms in BiH: Flexibility without Security?

2015

This Policy Memo points to the current debates and experiences of other European countries in the domain of labor market, with particular reference to the debate on flexibility and security, which can be used to better understand the current situation and help define the approach to reforms in BiH.

Policy Memo

Recommendations for Improvement of Legal Protection in Public Procurement Procedures in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Stanka Pejaković
2015

This policy memo aims to point to some of the key weaknesses in the legal framework which regulates legal protection in public procurement procedures in BiH and, on the other hand, offers recommendations in a sense of overcoming the observed weaknesses.

Policy Memo

Recommendations for Improving the Anti-discrimination Law

2015

Analitika’s new Policy Memo aims to highlight the key shortcomings that should be remedied in the context of the upcoming activities related to the amendments to the Law on Prevention of Discrimination and offers a series of recommendations on how this could be done. All recommendations were formulated primarily from the perspective of what was in the best interest of the victims of discrimination and how to stimulate the effective use of mechanisms of judicial protection and protection of the Institution of Human Rights Ombudsman of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Policy Memo

How To Approach Open Government Partnership Action Planning for BiH?

2015

After September 24, 2014, when Bosnia and Herzegovina joined the Open Government Partnership (OGP) as its 65th member, the country is expected to develop an action plan that identifies priorities and activities in the area of transparent and accountable governance, citizen participation in decision-making processes, and the use of new technologies and innovation to increase the openness of government.

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.