On 1 March, 16th anniversary of the entry into force of the Mine Ban Treaty, “Coalition for linking Mine Action and development” reminds on challenges that Bosnia and Herzegovina faces in eliminating the negative consequences of the presence of mines and explosive remnants of the war.For more information, please read the Press Release.
Process of development of Action Plans for Employment of Persons with Disabilities in Tuzla Canton and 3 municipalities including Gradacac, Kladanj and Teocak have been successfuly completed within the Project „The best-practice model for employment of persons with disabilities, based on the Cost-Benefit Analysis“. Project was implemented by the non-governmental organizations „Center for Development and Support“ and „Landmine Survivors Initiatives“ and Ministry for Work, Social Protection and Return of Tuzla Canton, as Project associate. It has been implemented in the period from January 2013-February 2015 with financial support of the European Union through the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights-2012. Development of the Action Plans was coordinated by the Working Groups consisting of the relevant cantonal and municipal authorities, public institutions, organizations of persons with disabilities and employers.
Last Updated ( Monday, 16 February 2015 15:52 )
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 )