A campaign to raise awareness about hate speech on the internet reaches 15 cities in BiH.
The entity plans to create its own residency law in advance of the October general elections, although similar legislation is stalled in the state-level parliament.
Humanitarian organisations seek assistance from businesses to reach the disadvantaged.
Open discussion on security issues and direct contacts among young opinion-makers of the three entities is crucial for regional progress, according to experts and youth.
New initiatives are in place to slow the flow of illegal weapons.
The government seeks stricter penalties for hate crimes.
The government acts after an airplane carrying drugs crashed and reports surfaced of potential misuse of military airports by drug traffickers.
Education and suppressing hate speech are the ways to fight xenophobia in Bulgaria, experts say.
Opinions are divided whether the early elections will result in a new parliament able to address pressing issues.
A law on nationalities would help clarify Albania's policy, and other steps also are needed to address remaining discriminatory practices against minorities.
Police employ a systematic approach to combat street drug dealing.
Soldiers and police will participate in training aimed at preventing violence in Sarajevo.
The Serbian government plans to crack down on the grey economy and tax evasion in hopes of obtaining funds for the impoverished state budget.
A new police centre joins BiH, Serbia and Montenegro to boost co-operation and regional security.
A 2001 succession agreement stipulates original documents should be released from the Archive of Yugoslavia in Belgrade to the successor states' archives.