June 23, 2021
Dio zajednice i dalje želi zaštititi svoje vrijedno poljoprivredno zemljište kao ključni resurs, koji je osnova za održivi lokalni razvoj, …
April 28, 2021
Lokalno stanovništvo južno od Mostara se boji da bi ih projekt autoceste koji finansira Evropska banka za …
March 31, 2021
Locals in southwest Bosnia are shocked that the new European Corridor has been rerouted without serious consultation – when the impact on …
March 22, 2021
V Federaciji BiH kratijo pravice povratnikov in preminulim pošiljajo odločbe o razlastitvi.
Divide and Rule: EBRD and EC decision-making on Corridor Vc South Mostar investments should not marginalise opponents of the valley route
February 22, 2021
Citizens from South Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, will be waiting with their whole hearts for the results of the upcoming EBRD Board meeting on 25 February. The meeting agenda has an item that will affect the lives of people in that area – Corridor Vc in FBH – Part 3 – Operation Change Report. In the week before the decision the EBRD client, JP Autoceste, in collaboration with the bank, has attempted to demonstrate support for the currently selected valley route, while excluding and marginalising local opponents.
February 17, 2021
Request to the EBRD Board Members regarding EBRD Management response to Bankwatch report “Connecting or Dividing?” and postponement of the decision on Corridor Vc.
January 29, 2021
The transport Corridor Vc is a motorway planned to run for 330 kilometers through Bosnia and Herzegovina. Various sections of this corridor are being financed by the EIB and the EBRD. This briefing provides an overview of the key issues identified by a Bankwatch fact finding mission to a section of the motorway project south of Mostar, including non-transparent decision making, a threat to the fragile balance of interests of different ethnic groups in this post-war community, illusory public consultations, and biodiversity at risk.
January 26, 2021
In the early 2000s, the Corridor Vc route south of Mostar was planned to run through the Neretva valley, but due to strong local opposition, in 2011 this was changed to a route on the nearby plateau. In 2015 and 2016, yet another decision was made to r