Executive Summary

This briefing provides a summary analysis of findings from a case study on Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), as part of our research and dialogue project considering what drives a resilient national social contract in countries that are affected by conflict, fragility, or are in transition. It argues that two different kinds of social contracts — an »elite social contract« and an »everyday social contract« exist in BiH. Policy recommendations focus on transforming the current dynamics and to support the forging of one national social contract.

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