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Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

1. Youth Policy Governance

1.9 Current debates and reforms

Last update: 17 May 2024

Forthcoming policy developments

The development of the FBiH Youth Strategy is underway. The FBiH Government, at a session held in October 2023, upon the proposal of the FBiH Ministry of Culture and Sports, adopted a Decision initiating the drafting process of the FBiH Youth Strategy until 2027. The FBiH Ministry of Culture and Sports coordinates and leads the process of drafting the Youth Strategy, respecting the principles of horizontal and vertical coordination, with a deadline of six months from the date of entry into force of this decision.

The Government of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton adopted the Youth Strategy 2023-2028 at a session held in March 2023. The working group defined 8 priority areas:

  • Education and culture,

  • Employment,

  • Social policy,

  • Health policy,

  • Housing policy,

  • Youth mobility, participation in society,

  • Leisure time and youth work,

  • Youth safety.

Technical support for the drafting of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton Youth Strategy 2023-2028 was provided by the General Mobilization project, funded by the European Union and implemented by the NGO Something More and the PRONI Center for Youth Development. 

Ongoing debates

There are currently no significant debates.