Non-governmental organizations Center for Development and Support and Landmine Survivors Initiatives, in close collaboration with Tuzla Canton Ministry for Work, Social Welfare and Return, within the Project „Best practice model, based on cost benefit analysis, for employment of persons with disabilities, financed by the European Union, implement the Campaign „Employer of the Year for Persons with Disabilities in Tuzla Canton-2014“. Main goal of the Campaign is to raise the awareness of employers and the public, on the employment skills and capacities of persons with disabilities but also to promote positive practices of PWD's employment in an open labour market .
Bosnia and Herzegovina will ratify the Arms Trade Treaty today and provide historical contribution that the Treaty enters into force by the end of the year
Fifty states are required to ratify the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) before the 90-day countdown to entry into force could begin. Today, eight states including, Argentina, The Bahamas, The Czech Republic, St Lucia, Portugal, Senegal, Uruguay and Bosnia and Herzegovina will ratify at a special ceremony at the United Nations headquarters, in New York, taking the number of ratifying states to 53. More information could be found here.
Last Updated ( Friday, 26 September 2014 08:10 )
The 17th International Sitting Volleyball Tournament “Princess Diana Memorial–Zavidovici OPEN 2014” was held in Sports hall in Zavidovici on Saturday, September 13th, 2014. The tournament hosted six sitting volleyball clubs with over 60 athletes with disabilities, including landmine survivors, war veterans and other persons with disabilities from Doboj, Maglaj, Banja Luka, Belgrade, Slavonski Brod and host team from Zavidovici.
Last Updated ( Monday, 15 September 2014 10:31 )