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Sport in Bosnia and Herzegovina Amila Karačić Sports Sector 15 October 2010 – Skopje, Macedonia Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina1.

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1 Sport in Bosnia and Herzegovina Amila Karačić Sports Sector 15 October 2010 – Skopje, Macedonia Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina1

2 Decentralisation of sport Sport in Bosnia and Herzegovina is organized in a decentralized manner with specific rights and powers of – Bosnia and Herzegovina – the entities – Brčko Distrikt BiH – Other levels of administrative organizations Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina2

3 Levels of administrative organization CANTONAL LEVEL ENTITY LEVEL STATE LEVEL MINISTRY OF CIVIL AFFAIRS OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND SPORT (FEDERATION OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA) 10 CANTONS – EACH HAS A MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE, CULTURE AND SPORT MINISTRY OF FAMILY, YOUTH AND SPORT (REPUBLIKA SRPSKA) BRČKO DISTRIKT (DEPARTMENT OF SPORT) MUNICIPALITIES Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina3

4 Ministry of Civil Affairs Ministry of Civil Affairs is responsible for: citizenship affairs, registration and records of citizens, protection of personal data, residency, identity documents, passports, vehicle registration process, de-mining. Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina4

5 Ministry of Civil Affairs It is also responsible for conducting and carrying out tasks that are within the competence of Bosnia and Herzegovina and which are related to defining basic principles, coordinating activities and harmonizing plans of the Entity authorities and defining strategies at the international level in the areas of: HEALTH SCIENCE AND CULTURE SOCIAL WELFARE AND PENSIONS EDUCATIONSPORT LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT GEOLOGICAL AND METEOROLOGICAL AFFAIRS Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina 5

6 STRUCTURE – SPORTS SECTOR SPORTS SECTOR Assistant Minister Division for international cooperation and development of sport Head of Division 4 employees Division for information systems in sport Head of Division 2 employees Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina6

7 Legal framework Sports Law (entered into force 1 April 2008) Amandments – December 2009 (provisions on the status of disabled persons) The Law also established: – The Sports Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina (highest advisory body of the Ministry, responsible for the development and quality of sport in B&H) – The Anti-Doping Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina (autonomous administrative organisation – monitoring and implementin intl. sports anti-doping conventions in B&H) Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina7

8 Legal framework Important bylaws: – Rules Governing the Keeping of the Register of Legal and Natural Persons in the Field of Sport at the level of Bosnia and Herzegovina – Rules Governing the Classification of Athletes – Decision on Establishing the State Sports Award – Decision on Establishing the Sports Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina8

9 Legal framework Sport Development Strategy (2010 – 2014) – Adopted 13 July 2011 by the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the proposal of the Council of Ministers – Adopted for a period of 4 years (Olympic cycle) – Sport development programmes will be adopted on the basis of the Strategy – Includes Action Plan and Recommendations Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina9

10 Legal framework CONTENT: Sport Development Strategy (2010 – 2014) – Sport in Bosnia and Herzegovina (analysis of its current state) – Legal acts in sport Role of the Ministry, the Olympic Committee and current state of the national federations – General objective, vision and strategic goals Directions of sports development, project assessment criteria, sports management etc. – (Co-)Financing sport Models of co-financing sport in B&H – Implementation of the Strategy – Action Plan – List of sports and sport branches – Statistical data Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina10

11 Financing sport in Bosnia and Herzegovina Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina11 LevelInstitutionBudget for sport State levelMinistry of Civil Affairs of BiH ,00 KM Entity levelMinistry of Culture and Sport (FBiH) ,00 KM Ministry of Family, Youth and Sport (RS) ,00 KM Brčko Distrikt BiHDepartment for Economic Development and Sport / TOTAL: ,00 KM

12 Financing sport in Bosnia and Herzegovina Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina12 CANTON INSTITUTION BUDGET Canton SarajevoMinistry of Culture and Sport ,00 KM Tuzla CantonMinistry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport ,00 KM Zenica – Doboj CantonMinistry of Education, Culture and Sport ,00 KM Central Bosnian CantonMinistry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport ,00 KM Una – Sana CantonMinistry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport ,00 KM Bosnian Podrinje CantonMinistry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport ,00 KM Posavina CantonMinistry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport ,00 KM Herzegovina – Neretva CantonMinistry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport ,00 KM Canton 10 Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport ,00 KM West Herzegovina CantonMinistry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport ,00 KM TOTAL: ,00 KM

13 Financing sport in Bosnia and Herzegovina STATE LEVEL – Ministry of Civil Affairs of B&H ,00 KM (ca ,00 EUR) Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina BUDGET Pensions ,00 KM State Award ,00 KM Athlete ,00 KM Organization costs (State Award) 5.000,00 KM Sports grant ,00 KM 13

14 Financing sport in Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial support (in 2010): – Olympic Committee of B&H – Special Olympics B&H – 23 national federations – 133 sport clubs and organizations Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina14

15 Financing sport in Bosnia and Herzegovina Additional funds in 2010: ,00 KM for national federations (October 2010) ,00 KM for various sport clubs and athletes TOTAL (STATE LEVEL): ,00 KM Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina15

16 Future plans: Financing sport Agree on the protocol or agreement on the financing of sport in BiH – State, entity and cantonal level – Clearly determine which level is (co)-financing certain sport organizations/clubs/athlethes Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina16

17 Future plans: Single information system for sport Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina17 Connecting ministries responsible for sport to sport organizations (unions) Control measures (monitoring of sports organizations in accordance with the Law) More efficient data exchange and strengthen cooperation The creation of clearer and more precise picture of the status of sport in BiH for systematic solving of basic problems

18 Future plans: Conference of sports minsiters & Strategies Establish a conference of sports ministers in BiH – Strengthening cooperation between the Ministers responsible for sport at the 3 levels of administrative organization Preparation of strategies for individual sports – Bearers of activities: sports federations – Determining the condition of sports fields and the development of the same rights in BiH Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina18

19 Prevention of racism, xenophobia and racial intolerance in sport Framework for the prevention of racism, xenophobia and racial intolerance in Bosnia and Herzegovina created through: – Anti-Discrimination Law in Bosnia and Herzegovina ("Official Gazette" No. 59/09) - adopted on 23 July 2009 – Law on Gender Equality in Bosnia and Herzegovina ("Official Gazette" No. 16/03) - adopted on 21 May 2003 Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina19

20 Prevention of racism, xenophobia and racial intolerance in sport Sports Law defined a special law should define the way and measures to prevent violence and inappropriate behavior at sporting events The Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2009 dismissed the proposal of the Law on the Prevention of spectator violence in Bosnia and Herzegovina Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina20

21 Contact Amila Karačić – Associate Expert Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina Sports Sector Trg BiH 3, Sarajevo Tel: Fax: Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina21


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