BCSDN, as part of the activities of the Western Balkan CSOs for Global Development project, has published two country papers on Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina, analyzing the state of play with the civil society and the environment in which it operates in both countries.
The country papers give background on the countries’ socio-economic situation and recent history, the EU integration process, the state of play with the Official Development Assistance and the state of development of the civil society. The aim is to provide information for assessing the potentials for civil society’s meaningful involvement in development policies in Kosovo and BiH, and in meeting the countries’ commitments related to the EU accession in the area of development and humanitarian aid. The papers were developed on the basis of the 2016 findings from the monitoring conducted by the Kosovar Civil Society Foundation (KCSF) in Kosovo and the Civil Society Promotion Center (CPCD) in BiH, within the Monitoring Matrix tool developed by BCSDN and its members and partners.
The full papers are available for download here:
This policy brief is part of the activities of the Western Balkan CSOs for Global Development project, supported by the Austrian Development Cooperation, SlovakAid and HORIZONT3000