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Preventing Corruption Through Strengthened Institutional Frameworks

Since 2017, the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina (the Mission) has been engaged in supporting institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina at all levels of authority to create more effective framework for corruption prevention.

The assistance provided by the Project entails support to the development and implementation of key regulations, including priority legislation, strategies, and action plans. In addition, due to the fact that institutional framework for preventing corruption is very complex and fragmented between many stakeholders, the Mission focused its efforts on strengthening co-ordination and capacity of respective anti-corruption bodies and institutions at all levels of authority.

The main activities can be summarized as follows:

Flagship results achieved thus far:


Ljiljana Perkušić, Head of Democratic Governance Section, OSCE,

Project duration:
2017 -
Strategic partner:
APIC, Brčko District BiH, Cantons, Government of FBiH, Government of RS
Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)
Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)
Project implemented in:
Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brčko District BiH, Republika Srpska
Central Bosnia Canton, Sarajevo Canton
Municipalities (3):
Banja Luka, Grad Sarajevo, Travnik