On September 29, 2016, the round table on the topic of „Provision of Information, Advice and Free Legal Aid in Bosnia and Herzegovina“ was held. The aim of the round table was to inform participants about the situation in the field of access to justice by providing information, advice and free legal aid to citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as to encourage better cooperation and coordination of the activities of public institutions, civil society and the international community, in order to improve the exercise and protection of the rights of citizens in BiH. Additionally, the results of the research “Access to Justice: Provision of Information, Advice and Free Legal Aid in Bosnia and Herzegovina” conducted by the Association for Democratic Initiatives were presented, in which Centers/Departments for provision of free legal aid, local governments, NGOs and legal clinics participated. The question of the legal framework regulating free legal aid in BiH, the capacity of service providers and the current situation in practice with regard to information, advice and provision of legal assistance served as a basis for discussion. One part of the event was dedicated to the availability of free legal aid in BiH for victims of hate crime. The round table was attended by representatives of public institutions, as well as representatives of civil society, and international organizations. The round table was supported by the European Commission and the Civil Rights Defenders.