In Prishtina, two separate and unrelated assignments were defined. The first is concerned with municipal spending – how can we make the spending process and numbers simple to grasp for every citizen? The other is aimed at improving the recruitment and selection procedures at the capital – how can we make sure there is a fair selection process for work positions in Prishtina? Participants are welcome to submit two solutions, one for each task, should they wish to do so.
Open Ideas for Bosnia and Herzegovina competition started in September this year. Twenty eight ideas were submitted for the development of mobile applications with the aim of improving the healthcare system in Bosnia and Herzegovina. After the first round of online voting, expert jury evaluation, hackathon and the final round of voting, on Monday, November… Read more »
The Open Ideas competition for Bosnia and Herzegovina commenced in September of this year. A total of 28 ideas for the development of mobile applications to aid the improvement of the healthcare system in B&H were submitted. After the first round of public online voting, expert jury assessment, a two-day hackaton and the second round… Read more »
An intensive, marathon-like hackaton for developing projects within the Open Ideas initiative, was held last weekend in Banjaluka. Six out of a total of 28 submitted projects were, after online community vote and expert jury assessment, qualified for participation in the hackaton (unfortunately, the team which submitted the “Appotekar.ba” project, forfeited its participation in the… Read more »