Improving Organizational Culture in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo

22nd December 2020.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Social Democratic Party launched an extensive consultative process to develop a code of ethics, involving various party structures. The process resulted in the new document that was officially adopted by the party’s Main Board. Although this document is a recent development in the party, members have already started referring to its provisions during debates and party meetings. In Kosovo, the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK) and the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) sought to promote and enforce the norms of responsible and ethical behavior. AAK integrated a code of ethics into the party’s statute, establishing the Committee on Ethics, while PDK has adopted a statutory provision on ethics. Both parties adopted these measures in 2019, and started implementing them when selecting and nominating candidates for the elections as well as promoting people with integrity in party and government positions.

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