A local film industry is still a dream to many Bosnian filmmakers. Many are asking if the government is doing enough to support the building of an industry that could be a major economic help to the country as well as a source of pride in its post-war future.
The latest chapter in the long standing power struggle between the FBiH institute and a state level preservation commission over control of historical sites and national monuments. It looks like the state commission is winning.
A health care system that can make its patients pray to die is caused by the same regional and political conflicts that affect so much of life in Bosnia Herzegovina, according to health officials. But the surprisingly low priority that public officials give health care system reform may have the most devastating effects on everyday life.
The lack of equipment and supplies in BiH hospitals and clinics, despite 987 million KM in spending last year, is an example of the waste and inefficiency that is bankrupting this country’s health care.
The Center for Investigative Reporting has published its first story on the state of health care in Bosnia. Titled “Health care on life support,” the series of eight stories looks at problems in the health care industry.
The Center for Investigative Reporting (CIN) in Sarajevo is unique in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the first organization of its kind to be established in Balkans. CIN is dedicated to investigative reporting, aimed toward providing fair and unbiased information, based on evidences and solid proof, to BiH citizens who need to make educated decisions.