New international laws regulating the $85bn global trade in arms and ammunition enter into force today. Campaigners hailed this as a huge victory as after more than a decade of campaigning, the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) will become international law at last.
Non-governmental organization Landmine Survivors Initiatives has worked closely with the Control Arms Coalition to help make this treaty a reality. Bosnia and Herzegovina played an important role in negotiations for the Arms Trade Treaty and ratified it in 25 September 2014.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 24 December 2014 12:43 )
Official ceremony of handing the awards to "Employer of the Year for Persons with Disabilities in Tuzla Canton-2014"
Non-governmental organizations Center for Development and Support and Landmine Survivors Initiatives, in close collaboration with the Ministry for Work, Social Policy and Return of Tuzla Canton along with Chamber of Commerce of Tuzla Canton and Cantonal Union of Employers, within the Project „Best practice model, based on cost benefit analysis, for employment of persons with disabilities", financed by the European Union, implemented Campaign „Employer of the Year for Persons with Disabilities in Tuzla Canton“. Through the promotion of positive practice in employment of persons with disabilities PWDs), the Campaign intends to contribute to changing the attitudes of employers and general public on employment of PWDs and the economic validity of such initiatives. Simultaneously, it promotes working abilities of PWDs and advocates for creation of new dignified jobs for PWDs.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 23 December 2014 15:33 )
Povodom 3. decembra, Međunarodnog dana osoba sa invaliditetom, te 17. godišnjice potpisivanja Konvencije o zabrani mina, nevladina organizacija "Inicijative preživjelih od mina”, član Međunarodne kampanje za zabranu mina, predstavlja Landmine Monitor za 2014. godinu, najnoviji godišnji izvještaj Međunarodne kampanje za zabranu mina. Više informacija možete pročitati ovdje.