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Advancing Roma Rights in the Western Balkans

The first anti-discrimination forum held in Mostar was dedicated to Roma people, the most marginalized national minority group in BiH. (M.Musa)

Roma continue to face endemic inequalities and discrimination across Europe, and struggle with particular problems in the region despite constituting one of the largest ethnic minority groups. >>>

BiH Ministry for Human Rights and Refugees, international organisations call for greater efforts to end Roma exclusion

Living conditions of the Roma in Čapljina are among worst in the country (M.Musa)

Access to adequate housing, employment, education, health, social services and equal political participation remain far out of reach for the vast majority of Roma population in BiH. >>>

Notable strides made in accounting for conflict-related sexual violence in BiH, OSCE report highlights

The OSCE provides support and advice to judicial and prosecutorial authorities in their struggle against impunity for war crimes and their pursuit of justice (V.Pribilovic)

There is a notable commitment among the judiciary in BiH to deliver justice to survivors of sexual violence in conflict, according to a report launched today by the OSCE Mission ... >>>


Online tool for citizens to report hate motivated incidents, responses to these incidents and initiatives aimed at their prevention
Press: OSCE launches online tool to track hate crimes and bias-motivated actions in BiH
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