Tag Archives: Bosnia and Herzogovina

Context matters in police reform

Police reform measures promoted around the world, including in conflict zones, often incorporate best practices as understood in developed countries. However, local conditions vary dramatically. This article presents a typology of four scenarios based on patterns of violence and who … Continue reading

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Using technology to address gender-based violence

This document reports several projects using mobile technology to improve assistance to victims of gender-based violence in conflict and post-conflict settings. In these kinds of situations, “Police are usually neither trusted nor are they able to respond adequately to incidents … Continue reading

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Citizen views in the West Balkans

This article reports public opinion toward police for 6 Balkan countries, based on surveys of 6,100 residents. Overall, 60% trust the police and 58% are satisfied with the work of police, yet 62% think the police are corrupt. Only 24% … Continue reading

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