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The project “Innovating democratic participation at local level in Bosnia and Herzegovina” aims to enhance the quality of local democracy and create opportunities for citizens to engage in innovative participatory processes in Mostar and elsewhere in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It promotes new democratic approaches, open government, public ethics, transparent and inclusive local policy making in the country.

The project is implemented by the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe as part of the Council of Europe Action Plan for Bosnia and Herzegovina 2022-2025, and in line with the principles enshrined in the European Charter for Local Self-Government (ETS No. 122) and its Additional Protocol on the right to participate in the affairs of a local authority (CETS No.207).

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The Council of Europe is the continent’s leading human rights organisation. It comprises 46 member states, including all the members of the European Union. The Congress of Local and Regional Authorities is an institution of the Council of Europe, responsible for strengthening local and regional democracy in its 46 member states. Composed of two chambers – the Chamber of Local Authorities and the Chamber of Regions – and three committees, it brings together 612 elected officials representing more than 130 000 local and regional authorities.

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Marité MORAS

Head of Unit, Co-operation and External Relations Department

Secretariat of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities

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Natalija MILOVIĆ

Project Officer

Secretariat of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities

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Damjan JUGOVIĆ

Project Officer

Council of Europe Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Ivana IVANDIC

Project Assistant

Council of Europe Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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