This document represents a joint research of the Institute for Economic Research Ljubljana, Slovenia and the Centre for Research and Studies – GEA Banja Luka about labour migration trends between BiH and Slovenia. https://www.gea.ba/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/BiH-to-SLO-Labor-Migrations-final-1.pdf
The aim of the E-LOCAL project is to determine level of development of digital administrative services in 4 local self-governance units in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and opportunities for their development and extension.
Center for Research and Studies – GEA has started with implementation of new project. Strengthening the Capacity of Civil Society within the Budget Monitoring is EU funded project that will be implemented in partnership with CIN (Centar za istrazivacko novinarstvo) and Futura from Mostar.
GEA – Centre for Research and Studies took part in the international research about consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Western Balkans. This comprehensive research has been organized by the Aspen Institute Germany in partnership with several think tank organizations and experts from Germany and the Western Balkan region.
On Wednesday, November 27, the research on labor migrations between B&H and Austria was presented at the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies – wiiw.
The objective of this document is to provide partners in social dialogue in Republika Srpska with useful information and an analysis of a range of subjects related to the dialogue on wages and their future trends.
In 2014, the private household health care spending of a family with three members averaged 50 KM monthly, which may pose a serious burden for the families living below or near poverty line. It indicates a certain degree of inequality in access to health care services among the citizens of BiH.
Association GEA from Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina) has been selected to participate at Civil Society Forum Trieste, the 4thintergovernmental Summit of Western Balkans and EU countries that brought together representatives of civil society organisations with the objective of providing a platform for their impact on the so-called Berlin Process.
EU and the International Labor Organization (ILO) today in Sarajevo allocated three million euros of grants for 15 local projects intended for employment within the public call “Support to Local Partnerships for Employment in BiH” funded by the EU and implemented by the ILO.
Existing financial programs of social protection in the Federation of B&H and the Republic of Srpska cost a lot and contribute little to the improvement of the status of poor households.