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In the News (Thu 18 Jul 19)

  
  Tuzla travel guide
After Sarajevo and Banja Luka, Tuzla is the third largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the seat of the Tuzla Canton and Tuzla Municipality.
Evidence of settlements from the remotest past, which have existed in the area of the present-day Tuzla, is evident from the remains of archeologically discovered and investigated cultural layers.
Within the Bosnian vilayet, Tuzla was under the administrative government of the Zvornik sanjak and it was granted a status of quadiluk with a domicile first in Gornja Tuzla, which was moved to Tuzla proper around the middle of the 17th century.
www.world66.com /europe/bosniaandherzegovina/tuzla   (662 words)

  
 TUZLA CANTON - concept of the change management   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Tuzla Canton (originally Tuzla-Podrinje Canton) was the first canton to be established in the process of this administrative division of the Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina into Cantons in 1994.
The Canton was established on a large portion of the territory of the region of North-East Bosnia.
The population of the Canton in December 2000 was 505 000 declining 15% from 598 300 in 1996.
www.rda.ba /Brosure/KreiranjeBuducnosti/Eng/kbe05.htm   (647 words)

  
 Tuzla Canton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Tuzla Canton is a canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, an entity in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In 2002, the Tuzla Canton had an estimated population of 607,571 residents of which 546,814 were Bosniaks (90%).
The canton was created by the Bosniak-Croat Washington Accords in 1994, and its boundaries defined by the Dayton Accords in 1995.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tuzla_Canton   (277 words)

  
 OSCE in BiH > Mission General > RC Tuzla
RC Tuzla has its main offices in the city of Tuzla, and is responsible for seven field offices (FO) and Team Brcko.
Tuzla is situated in the south-eastern part of the Majevica Mountain.
Since the end of the 17th century, Tuzla had been gaining strategic importance for the defence of the northern borderlines of the Ottoman Empire.
www.oscebih.org /overview/tuzla.asp   (437 words)

  
 Informat.io on Tuzla
Tuzla (Cyrilic: Тузла) is a city in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
However, there is enough archaeologic evidence to suggest that Tuzla was a rich neolithic settlement, and hence inhabited continuously for more than 6,000 years which makes Tuzla one of the oldest European settlements with sustained living.
In addition, Tuzla hosts the annual Meša Selimović book festival (in July), where an award for the best novel written in the languages of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Serbia and Montenegro is presented.
www.informat.io /?title=Tuzla   (800 words)

  
 About the University
Tuzla University, containing 32 study profiles organizes and realizes teaching-scientific process at undergraduate and postgraduate level of the study at nine faculties containing around 9500 students.
Faculty of technology in Tuzla, Faculty of mining in Tuzla, the Institute for mining and chemical-technological research Tuzla, Teachers' college Tuzla, Two-year college of Economy and Commerce Brcko and Federal centre for education and protection in industry and mining in Tuzla joined the Association.
Tuzla University has a very developed cooperation with universities and other institutions branching in university education inside the country as well as abroad.
www.untz.ba /about/o_univerzitetu_en.htm   (542 words)

  
 FORUM GRADJANA TUZLE - FORUM OF TUZLA CITIZENS
It is also clear that in transition process, representatives of local authorities in other municipalities of Tuzla Canton still do not see importance of its affirmation and active role of their citizens as important support for their work and strengthening of status of the local communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
After we held TV show with the same topic, which was realised at TV of Tuzla Canton, we thought that in the final phase of the project we should promote and affirm development of local self-government and right of citizens on local self-government also in other municipalities of Tuzla Canton.
Tuzla is the centre of Canton, and also the biggest and the most numerous municipality in canton, with characteristic of developed and progressive municipality in today's BiH society as it is (very nationalistically dominated and divided).
www.forumtz.com /eng/aktivnosti.htm   (5903 words)

  
 Centar za kulturu mira i nenasilja - About Tuzla   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Tuzla is a town in north-eastern Bosnia, known for its salt and coal mines and its chemical industry.
In addition to its industries, Tuzla is an educational and cultural centre of Tuzla-Podrinje Canton, with a university and a 100 year old theatre, the oldest in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
In 1990 elections, Tuzla was the only town in BH in which non-nationalist parties won.
balkansnet.org /ccpn/tuzla.html   (221 words)

  
 Tuzla Canton (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
There are two cantonal laws regualting the Coat of Arms and the flag, the first one establishing it and the second one regulating the usage:
Tuzla region is especially well known as the salt mining city and the white field is noz dbout refering to that.
About the outline, I saw a flag of the canton a few days ago, in Tuzla, and the color seams to me as green, but it could also be "banana green-yellow" or something else.
www.fotw.net /Flags/ba-tp.html   (1210 words)

  
 IPO Projects — Canada-Bosnia and Herzegovina Local and Cantonal Government Cooperation Program (CBiHCP-II), Phases I ...
The project is being implemented in partnership with the Tuzla Canton and the Urban Institute of Tuzla (a public planning institute) with the participation of 13 other local governments in the canton.
The Tuzla Canton is one of 10 cantons in the Federation and the largest in the country in terms of population.
The City of Tuzla, an ethnically mixed urban centre, is the fourth largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the administrative and cultural centre of the northeastern part of the country.
www.canurb.com /programs/int_programs_balkans_bosnia.php   (884 words)

  
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The security situation has had a profound impact on cantonal authorities in terms of ability to find resources to keep the educational system functionning and in terms of the need to devise innovative strategies for maintaining the system and responding to school directors, teachers, and parents in their communities.
For example, the Pedagogical Institute of Tuzla existed prior to the formation of the Ministry of Education and some tension between the two institutions are to be expected as the result of their respective roles.
Each canton has been attempting to obtain funds to repair or reconstruct schools, additional educational resouces and supplies, rebuild laboratories, pay salaries, transportation for students, keep schools functionning, and cope with the stress of teachers and students, implement curriculum, and obtain textbooks.
www.pitt.edu /~ginie/bosnia/txt/ap_00002_bih.txt   (5301 words)

  
 OXAB - Oxford Aid to the Balkans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
On the surface Tuzla appears to have suffered little during the war - there is little physical damage, however there was one tragic incident when a single shell fell in the town square killing 45 young people aged between 16 - 25.
Tuzla has been heavily mined and as a result the roads are subsiding, so the underlying water pipes crack and flood the land above.
There are many displaced people in the Tuzla canton who left their homes during the war.
users.ox.ac.uk /~oxab/bosnia/tuzla.html   (557 words)

  
 United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The current resident population of Tuzla Canton is 441,888 with a Bosniac majority of 86.4%, 3.2% Bosnian Serbs, 6.4% Bosnian Croats and 4% others.
Tuzla Canton is currently hosting an additional 70,326 displaced persons from RS.
The biggest minority return area in Tuzla Canton is the municipality of Lukavac.
www.unhcr.ba /handbook/eng/cantons/c3.htm   (497 words)

  
 Post-Conflict Foundation: Tuzla 21st Century   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Century is a project-based initiative of PCF aimed at supporting the multi-ethnic spirit and democratic practices of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina and its surrounding canton.
Tuzla suffered great deprivation during the war, spending most of it within artillery range of troops under the command of indicted war criminal Gen. Ratko Mladic.
Although it is clear that Tuzla is a model for Bosnian reintegration and liberalization, social, political and economic pressures threaten the continued existence of Tuzla's multi-ethnic fabric.
www.postconflict.org /Tuzla21.htm   (510 words)

  
 www.bosanska-posavina.com - PRVA STRANICA ZA HRVATE IZ BOSANSKE POSAVINE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The Tuzla Canton is established in February 1999 by changing the name of the former Tuzla-Podrinje Canton.
The gates of Tuzla are the central element of the cantonal coat of arms, and the cheques and crescent represent the major nations of the canton.
The nine trangles symbolize the nine communities in the canton, and are adapted from similar roof represenations in the coat of arms of the city of Sarajevo.
www.posavina.de /prostor/kantoni.htm   (1068 words)

  
 Abstract 11   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
In Tuzla Canton and Zenica-Doboj Canton, traps were positioned from June 23 to June 30, while in Posavina Canton and Una-Sana Canton they were placed at the beginning of July.
In all cantons, imago was caught on the same or next day after their placement and the every seven days.
In Tuzla Canton, out of 43 monitoring spots, it was registered on 41 spot, while in Una-Sana Canton it was not registered.
www.infoland.at /clients/iwgo/sub_meet_07/sub_meet_07a11.html   (373 words)

  
 Sunday, August 26, 2001
The Tuzla Canton team, in yellow, volleys against the Croatian national team during a sitting volleyball game in honor of Princes Diana, who fought to ban landmines, at a tournament in Tuzla, Bosnia.
TUZLA, Bosnia and Herzegovina — The Bosnian war broke Enis Tokic’s body; he wasn’t going to let it do the same to his spirit.
The tournament was held in Tuzla, Bosnia on Saturday.
ww2.pstripes.osd.mil /01/aug01/ed082601j.html   (555 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Cantonal regulations on government administration related to the management and responsibilities of a senior official and his/her deputy shall accordingly apply to the Chief Prosecutor, the Deputy Chief Prosecutor(s), and the Prosecutors, unless otherwise provided by this Law.
Article 27 The Canton shall be responsible for damage caused to a citizen or a legal entity by the Chief Prosecutor, Deputy Chief Prosecutors, or Prosecutors in the course of discharging his/her duties by incorrect or unlawful work.
Article 39 On the date when the new Prosecutors Office is established pursuant to Article 36 Paragraph 1, the existing Cantonal Prosecutor’s Office and Municipal Prosecutor’s Offices of the Tuzla Canton shall transfer property, cases from their jurisdiction and archives to the newly established Prosecutor’s Office.
www.ohr.int /ohr-dept/rule-of-law-pillar/doc/HRs-Decision-Canton3.doc   (2946 words)

  
 Tuzla Canton (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
There are two cantonal laws regualting the Coat of Arms and the flag, the first one establishing it and the second one regulating the usage:
Tuzla region is especially well known as the salt mining city and the white field is noz dbout refering to that.
About the outline, I saw a flag of the canton a few days ago, in Tuzla, and the color seams to me as green, but it could also be "banana green-yellow" or something else.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/ba-tp.html   (1210 words)

  
 Tuzla Canton - Definition, explanation
The Tuzla Canton is a canton of the Federation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
At the 1991 census, the canton was populated by 949,621 people.
The canton was created by the Bosniak-Croat Washington Accords in 1994, and its boundaries defined by the Dayton Accords in 1995.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/t/tu/tuzla_canton.php   (187 words)

  
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Tuzla Canton (TK) is located in the northeast corner of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
According to the 1991 Census, the pre-conflict population of Tuzla Canton was 524,401 and the ethnic make-up was 69% Bosniac, 9% Bosnian Croat, 13% Bosnian Serb and 9% Other, which is meant to include Roma.
Tuzla municipality is among the country’s few municipalities, which, to a certain extent, have remained multi-ethnic.
www.coe.int /T/DG3/RomaTravellers/stabilitypact/activities/BiH/romaIDPs01_en.asp   (5012 words)

  
 flag of Tuzla Canton (Bosnia and Herzegovina) flags
There are two cantonal laws regualting the CoA and the flag, the first one establishing it and the second one regulating the usage:
All Tuzla Canton (Bosnia/Federation) municipalities now have CoA, and most have flags of their own.
It consists of the city's CoA in the canton - an image of which can be seen at the city's (as yet unfinished) webpage at in white, representing salt, the city's namesake (tuz - turkish - salt), and it's basically a bicolour with 7:2 proportions of Bosnia-flag blue over Bosnia-flag yellow.
www.flags-of-the-world.net /flags/ba-tp.html   (1197 words)

  
 GAUSS - GEO Informacioni Sistemi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The Canada-Bosnia and Herzegovina Local and Cantonal Government Cooperation Program (CBiHCP) was established in June of 1998 as a capacity development program for 13 local governments in the Tuzla Canton.
The steering committee is Chaired by Governor Selim Bešlagić, and made up of representatives from the local and Cantonal Governments, the University of Tuzla, the Urban Institute of Tuzla, various local NGOs, international organizations and the Canadian Urban Institute.
The Urban Institute of Tuzla has received initial funding from the Cantonal Assembly to begin the preparation of a new Spatial Plan for the Canton.
www.internet.ba /gauss/Novosti/canurbeng.htm   (682 words)

  
 NATO/SFOR : Transcript of Press Briefing, 9 August 2001
Among the points that were agreed were the increased communication and co-operation amongst welfare institutions and governments at Canton, Entity and State level, the transparent collection and disbursement of public funds, the thorough reform of the administrative structure, improved management techniques and better engagement of personnel and the harmonisation of legislative frameworks.
Tuzla is a beautiful city, but the airline's claim that Tuzla is an international tourist destination is ridiculous.
However, what will happen now is the State Border Service is working with the Tuzla Canton police, to train them in techniques on how to control the inflow of potentially illegal immigrants, so, they are now working in co-operation with the Tuzla Canton police.
www.nato.int /sfor/trans/2001/t010809a.htm   (3625 words)

  
 Portal - Helsinki Citizen's Assembly and Youth Resource Centre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
One of main activities organised by the hCa, was the Fourth hCa Assembly in Tuzla, in October 1995.
At the moment, hCa Tuzla operates as consultancy agency in the project of ‘Development of Roma Community in the Tuzla Canton 2003 – 2005’, implemented by the association of Roma in Tuzla ‘Sa e Roma’.
The goal of this project is to develop Roma people and the Roma Community in the Tuzla Canton and wider through different educational, social, humanitarian and cultural activities, thus improving the living standard and the position of Roma in BiH.
www.newtowns.net /newtowns/hca   (1162 words)

  
 Bosnia / Herzegovina : Europe : AFSC
The Lotosice Organization, a local organization dedicated to serving Tuzla's disabled citizens, particularly women and children, held the grand opening of its new facility on August 8, amid much fanfare and well-deserved support.
Omerovic is also planning to develop a database of all disabled people in the Tuzla canton (one of ten cantons in the country), which Lotosice members will use as a tool in advocating for equal opportunities and treatment for these often-invisible and shunned members of the local population.
The potential reach of Lotosice's advocacy was in evidence at the grand opening, which was attended by several local politicians, including the president of the canton, as well as representatives of the media.
www.afsc.org /europe/lotosice.htm   (646 words)

  
 The FAME: Tuzla Canton
These symbols were changed from previous reflecting the decision of the High Commissioner regarding the displaying and using of the common, neutral and inoffensive symbols.
The Tuzla Canton is established in February 1999 by changing the name of the former Tuzla - Podrinje Canton.
The gates of Tuzla are the central element of the cantonal coat of arms, and the cheques and crescent represent the two major nations of the canton - Croats and Bosniaks.
zeljko-heimer-fame.from.hr /descr/ba-03.html   (289 words)

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