Religious groups are the most trusted institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to the results of a public survey conducted as part of a PASOS project on transparency in the Western Balkans.
Utility companies narrowly edged out the military as the most trusted institution in Bosnia and Herzegovina, according according to a poll conducted by the Center for Social Research Analitika for a PASOS project on open government.
The numerous advantages of opening public data – economic development and innovation, improvement of transparency and efficiency of public institutions – should be reason enough for public institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina to invest more effort in this realm and to develop comprehensive policies for opening up data, according to this Center for Social Research Analitika policy brief.
The legal framework on freedom of access to information in Bosnia and Herzegovina should include provisions on proactive disclosure of information held by public institutions, according to this Center for Social Research Analitika policy brief.
Bosnia and Herzegovina should join the Open Government Partnership to help overcome pervasive mistrust of public institutions, according to this Center for Social Research Analitika policy brief.