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application/pdfEmergency relief for vulnerable flood-affected familiesAfter the 2014 floods that caused extensive damage in Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of the projects Save the Children implemented was “Emergency relief for vulnerable flood-affected families in Bosnia and Herzegovina” implemented in partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The project was implemented in Brčko District and Orašje and Šamac municipalities. A total of 19,580 persons benefited from the project implementation, including 7,255 children. Out of the total number of beneficiaries, 11,758 are internally displaced persons (IDPs) from the past conflict. In this brochure you can find more details about the project and photo stories of beneficiaries.20/04/20151MB
application/pdfPrvi dječiji izvještaj o stanju prava djece u BiHKako bi sagledali stanje prava djece u Bosni i Hercegovini, tokom 2013. godine deset dječijih grupa provelo je istraživanje u svojim lokalnim zajednicama o primjeni generalnih mjera Konvencije o pravima djeteta na lokalnom nivou. 29/01/20152MB
application/pdfAlternativni izvještaj o stanju prava djeteta u BiHIzvještaj za period 2012. - 2014. donosi pregled stanja dječijih prava u Bosni i Hercegovini, predstavljen popreporukama koje je Komitet za prava djeteta Ujedinjenih nacija dao nakon razmatranja kombiniranog drugog, trećeg i četvrtog izvještaja, koji je uputila Bosna i Hercegovina 2009. godine. 29/01/20152MB
application/pdfChild Rights – Turning Concept Into RealityReport from the Conference on National Human Rights Institutions for Children entitled “Child Rights – Turning concept into reality”, held in Sarajevo on November 3-4. Conference gathered Ombudsmen for children, representatives of Ombudsmen institutions and child rights defenders from Europe, South America, Asia and Africa.29/01/20157MB
application/pdfThe Role of Save the Children in cooperation with NHRIsReport from the Save the Children’s Child Rights Governance program staff members meeting, held in Sarajevo in November 2014, with aim to discuss experiences in working with National Human Rights Institutions and lessons learnt in this process.29/01/20154MB
application/pdfStatement of South-East Europe children's ombudsmen network"Virtual reality - real possibilities, dangers and challenges" - Adopted on the Thematic Meeting of Southeast Europe Children's Ombudspersons Network, 05. 12. 2014. in Belgrade - Ombudspersons for children in Southeast Europe express their deep concern over the increasing violence and abuse of children on the internet space.24/12/2014237KB
application/pdfStav mreže ombudsmana za decu jugoistočne Evrope"Virtuelna realnost - realne mogućnosti, opasnosti i izazovi" - usvojen na Tematskom sastanku Mreže ombudsmana za decu Jugoistočne Evrope, 05. 12. 2014. godine u Beogradu - Ombudsmani za decu Jugoistočne Evrope izražavaju duboku zabrinutost povodom učestalih pojava zloupotrebe i zlostavljanja dece na internet prostoru. 24/12/2014242KB
application/pdfImmediate humanitarian assistance to flood affected familiesDocumentation of project “Immediate humanitarian assistance (NFIs, WASH, Child Protection and Education in Emergencies) to flood affected families in Zenica-Doboj Canton”27/10/20141MB
application/pdfThe child’s right to quality careReview of the implementation of the United Nations Guidelines for the alternative care of children in western Balkan countries12/09/20141MB
application/pdfPravo deteta na kvalitetno staranjeAnaliza sprovođenja smernica Ujedinjenih nacija za alternativno staranje o deci u zemljama zapadnog Balkana12/09/20141MB

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