The Campaign on freedom of movement between Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina, supported by the Kosovo Foundation for Open Society and the Open Society Fund Bosnia & Herzegovina, is a comprehensive and innovative campaign aimed at gathering support from various communities for the abolishment of the visa regime between Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The campaign aims to reach out to decision-makers in regional governments, businesses, international stakeholders, and the general public, sharing the ownership of the process with them and designing communication channels for their active participation and dedication to it. The Open Talks Initiative (OTI), initiated and developed by Propulsion, forms a communication platform to support and lead advocates of the change toward the successful preparation and implementation of actions leading to the acceptance of visa-free policies. The OTI Business Meeting in Sarajevo brought together over 50 of the biggest companies in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo, resulting in a Declaration on freedom of movement and free trade between the two countries that was sent to relevant institutions. Activities included airing of OTI-related video material on influential TV shows in the region, leading a successful PR campaign, and producing a documentary film and a theatrical play in Sarajevo and Priština.