Impact evaluation methods of training programs and active employment measures

To increase the awareness of institutions in BiH about the importance of conducting program evaluations and their redesign based on evaluation results, which would increase the effects of budget money invested on such programs, the InLearn Center of Excellence in Non-Formal Education on April 28, 2021 realized a workshop on methods of assessing the impact…

Workshop: Approaches and principles of adult education in practice – an integral part of quality assurance

InLearn Center of Excellence in Non-Formal Education is organizing a workshop on the importance of applying the approach and principles of adult education, which will be held on April 30, 2021. years in the period 14: 00-16: 00. Due to the current epidemiological situation, the workshop will be held online, via the Zoom application. If…

DEVELOPMENT OF PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR APPLYING TO OPEN CALLS FOR GRANT FUNDS

The second workshop of the InLearn Center was organized on March 3, 2021. Due to the current epidemiological situation, the workshop was realized online via the Zoom application. Companies that want grants support need information and advice on developing project proposals to apply for open calls for grant funds. Based on the years of the…

OPEN DAY OF THE INLEARN CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN NON-FORMAL EDUCATION

Open Day of the InLearn Center of Excellence in Non-Formal Education was organized online on February 11, 2021. On this occasion, the InLearn Center of Excellence was presented to the audience with the mission to become a resource centre for training academies in companies. The idea of ​​improving skills through training academies in companies and…

A policy brief co-authored by our staff is published

A policy brief “Making sure that the emigration of healthcare personnel from Albania and BiH works for all: What Germany can do” co-authored by Clara Schmitz-Pranghe, Nermin Oruč, Katja Mielke and Aida Ibričević was published. The brief provides recommendations to German policy decision makers, including harmonization of ministerial policies, oversee and regulation of the operational…

A new journal paper authored by our staff is published

A journal paper “The Effect of Increasing the Minimum Wage on Poverty and Inequality in Bosnia and Herzegovina” co-authored by Amela Kurta and Nermin Oruc was published in Economic Annals 2020, vol. 65, issue 226, 121-137. This paper investigates the minimum wage, as a labour market policy with distributive impact, widely debated in Bosnia and…

A book chapter published by our staff

A book chapter titled “Gender Differences in the Effect of Migration and Remittances on Labour Market Participation in Bosnia and Herzegovina” coo-authored by our researchers Nermin Oruč and Amela Kurta is published in edited volume Social Exclusion and Labour Market Challenges in the Western Balkans, by Cambridge Scholars Publishing. The volume is edited by Will…

Participation at Trend-building workshop of Western Balkans Futures

Our director Nermin Oruč participated at Trend-building workshop organized by Western Balkans Futures project on 30 October – 02 November 2020. The workshop is part of the project implemented by University of Warsaw, Poland and Visegrad Insight/Res Publica Foundation, supported by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The aim of the whole initiative is to…

A new journal paper co-authored by our staff is published

The paper “Income Inequality in Transition Economies: A Comparative Analysis of Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia” co-authored by Jelena Žarković Rakić, Gorana Krstić, Nermin Oruč and Will Bartlett was published in Economic Annals 2019, vol. 64, issue 223, 39 – 60. This paper investigates the relationship between income inequality and different welfare state trajectories that three…

TRAINING WAS HELD WITHIN THE PROJECT: ANALYSIS AND PROJECTION OF EMPLOYERS’ NEEDS FOR LABOR, TRAINING AND MENTORING

As part of the first phase of the project “Analysis and projection of employers’ needs for labor, training and mentoring”, training was held for partner institutions that will participate in the collection and analysis of data on employers’ needs for labour. The three-day training held at Hotel Mostar in period 22-24 January 2020, was attended…