Imagine you were asked to work seven days a week, with no lunch breaks and no overtime pay. That you were forbidden to take a five-minute pause, or even to sit down. And if you complained, you would be fired on the spot. Until recently, this was the situation that faced four female employees of […]
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Fighting for workers’ rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina
16 April 2014 in Accountability, ALAC, Anti-corruption movement, Civil society, Cost of Corruption, Europe and Central Asia, Health, Human rights, Impunity, People power, Politics and government, Poverty and development, Whistleblowing
Bosnians demand a change
18 February 2014 in Accountability, Anti-corruption movement, Civil society, Cost of Corruption, Europe and Central Asia, European Union, Impunity, People power, Politics and government, Poverty and development
It is not surprising that the people are again in the streets in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The leaders of the political parties have refused to take responsibility for citizens’ dissatisfaction and poverty, attempting to present the protests as an ethnic, rather than social discontent fuelled by corruption. The first reaction of the political elite to […]
What is a ‘conflict of interest’?
27 July 2009 in Anti-corruption movement, Financial Markets, Measurement and Research, Politics and government, Poverty and development, Private sector
The financial crisis is awash in so many specialised terms that their sheer number seems to rival the amount of bail-out money being doled out to shore up the faltering economy. One word that is constantly being bounced around, from the Bundestag to the White House, from Wall Street to High Street, is ‘conflict of […]
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