Bosnia and Herzegovina: Finding a solution to harmful online content through regulation

A study in Bosnia and Herzegovina seeks solutions to regulate harmful online content while safeguarding freedom of expression. Efforts emphasize the importance of balancing freedom of speech and compliance with international human rights laws.

The study Regulation of harmful content online in Bosnia & Herzegovina: finding solutions that protect freedom of expression,  funded by the EU and implemented by UNESCO, addresses the worrying amount of harmful online content and calls for a comprehensive response, stressing the need to protect freedom of expression and come up with practices that are in line with international human rights law.At the launch by the Mediacentar Sarajevo, the Head of the UNESCO Office Siniša Šešum, said ‘Freedom of expression is a universal human right of every individual and, at the same time, freedom of expression comes with great responsibility for each of us.’