Bosnia and Herzegovina: Behind closed gates: ethnic discrimination in employment (Including amendment)
This report focuses on continuing discrimination against workers from ethnic minorities, including in equal access to work and full reparation for discriminatory dismissals suffered in the past. Using illustrative examples of war-time and continuing discrimination, it shows how the authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina have failed to address violations of workers' rights and allowed discrimination to persist. The report discusses in detail the cases of the Aluminij aluminium plant in Mostar and of the Ljubija iron ore mines near Prijedor.
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