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An October 2019 European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) ruling had ordered Bosnia to amend the Election Act 2001 within six months to enable local elections to be held in Mostar. In 2010, the Bosnian Constitutional Court decided that Mostar’s power-sharing structure was unconstitutional and discriminated against the residents of the city, but the government had never changed the law to allow elections to take place. Eleven years since the Sejdić-Finci ruling by the ECtHR found that the Bosnian Constitution discriminates against ethnic and religious minorities by not allowing them to run for the presidency, the constitution still has not been amended. The so-called two schools under one roof’ system, referring to the segregation of children in schools based on their ethnicity, persisted in 2020. The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) mission to BiH recorded 91 hate crimes between January and September 2020, the majority targeting victims based on their ethnicity or religion, six involving physical violence. I grew up in Bosnia, amid fear and hatred of Muslims. Now Oct 23, 2023 — I grew up in Bosnia, amid fear and hatred of Muslims. Now I see Germany's mistakes over Gaza When I moved to Berlin, I developed a habit of ... The prosecution also appealed the lower court’s decision to acquit Mladić of committing genocide in six other Bosnian municipalities. In August, the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) said that BiH had failed to conduct effective and timely investigations into conflict-related sexual violence and that compensation and support for victims was insufficient. According to information provided by the OSCE, in August 2020 there were 59 cases involving allegations of conflict-related sexual violence, against women and men, against 120 defendants in all courts of BiH. At time of writing, one first instance judgement which can still be appealed, and no final judgments were rendered; one proceeding ended by death of the accused. Bosnia-Herzegovina | Today's latest from Al Jazeera Stay on top of Bosnia-Herzegovina latest developments on the ground with Al Jazeera's fact-based news, exclusive video footage, photos and updated maps. In May, the Catholic church held a mass in Sarajevo commemorating the killings of Croatian Ustaša troops and civilians by Yugoslav partisans at the end of World War II. The event sparked protests in Sarajevo accusing the organizers of attempting to rehabilitate the Ustaša regime. Accountability for War Crimes In September, the Council of Ministers of BiH adopted the long-delayed Revised National War Crimes Processing Strategy submitted in May 2018. World Report 2021: Rights Trends in Bosnia and HerzegovinaThere remained serious human rights concerns in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) in 2020 over ethnic divisions, discrimination, and the rights of minorities and asylum seekers. Pressure on media professionals continued. A long-delayed strategy was adopted to clear the backlog of war crime case prosecution. Discrimination and Intolerance In June, an agreement was reached in Mostar between the main political parties to enable local elections to be held for the first time since 2008; they were scheduled for December 20, 2020. According to the women’s rights organization United Women, domestic violence increased during the pandemic while services for victims were reduced. In May, the revised Law on Protection from Domestic Violence entered into force in Republika Srpska, making domestic violence a criminal offense and introducing fines for failure to report domestic violence. Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity The second-ever Sarajevo Pride march took place in August. The Sarajevo Open Center (SOC), a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) and women’s rights group, observed an increase in online threats against activists around the time of the march. At time of writing, eight trials against perpetrators were ongoing and two were convicted in 2020. According to Vaša Prava BiH, a nongovernmental organization (NGO) providing free legal aid, the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic disproportionally impacted marginalized populations, including Roma in BiH. Roma people, who are often employed in the informal sector, lost means of income and Roma children lacked access to online education, the organization said. In April, the Constitutional Court in BiH examined the blanket ban on outdoor movement for older people and children put in place in response to Covid-19 and determined that the ban was disproportionate and violated the right to the liberty of movement. Ethnic tensions are mounting in Bosnia-Herzegovina again Jan 22, 2022 — SIMON: Help us understand what's driving this crisis now. LANGFITT: Yeah, so Bosnia remains divided between Serbs, Croats and Bosnian Muslims. How's life in Bosnia thirty years after the war? Mar 24, 2022 — Human mobility is constant, and while many Bosnians leave their homeland due to economic insecurity, others arrive. Up to 4000 migrants are ... Decision to Intervene: How the War in Bosnia Ended This sent the not-so-subtle message to the Bosnian Serbs that they were now free to pursue their preferred strategy. That strategy, called “ethnic cleansing ... The UN special rapporteur on the human rights of migrants found in his May 2020 report following a 2019 visit to BiH that “many protection risks remain” for unaccompanied or separated children accommodated in regular reception facilities, due to the lack of appropriate alternatives. In August, USC authorities severely restricted the movement of migrants and asylum seekers outside official reception centers, including prohibiting new arrivals to the Canton, leaving people stranded on the road without access to basic services. Domestic and Other Gender-Based Violence The lack of systematic data collection and analysis of gender-based and domestic violence continued in 2020. Bosnia and Herzegovina Travel Advisory Jul 26, 2023 — Bosnia and Herzegovina - Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution · Be aware of your surroundings when traveling to tourist locations and crowded ... Newsroom | Bosnia and Herzegovina Today, Administrator Power met with members of the Bosnian American diaspora community to discuss the United States' continued commitment to Bosnia and ...

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