Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction

Towards greater social inclusion in the Republic of Serbia on its road of European integrations

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POLICY IMPACT ANALYSIS: Providing Additional Support to Students from Vulnerable Groups in Pre-University Education

Published | 2014/04/01 | No comments

The Study “Providing Additional Support to Students from Vulnerable Groups in Pre-University Education” was prepared by UNICEF and the Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit of the Government of the Republic of Serbia. This study provides an overview of the institutional and legal framework, policies and measures aimed at enhancing the education of poor and vulnerable children in Serbia (with focus on measures within the educational and social welfare systems) and/or that should be analyzed further with respect to their social and financial impact. Read more.

CONFERENCE: New technologies in education

Published | 2014/03/15 | No comments

The conference ”New Technologies in Education“ was held in Belgrade in February 2014. The conference aimed to improve the quality of education in the Republic of Serbia by raising awareness about the relevance of ICT in education, opening opportunities for professional advancement of teaching and other school staff, decision makers and other participants in the education system. Read more.

Serbia will strive towards social justice and cohesion in the process of EU accession

Published | 2014/03/13 | No comments

The first Serbia-EU intergovernmental conference, marking the beginning of accession negotiations at political level was held in Brussels on 21 January 2014. This is the key moment showing the commitment and devotion of both sides to the European future of our country. Read more.

18th Newsletter on Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction

Published | 2014/03/13 | No comments

It is our pleasure to publish the 18th Newsletter on Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction in the Republic of Serbia, which is produced regularly to provide information on the latest initiatives contributing to social inclusion and poverty reduction in the Republic of Serbia, with an emphasis on advancing the status of the most vulnerable population.

You may download the 18th Newsletter on Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction here. Read more.

Evaluation of professional advancement programmes

Published | 2014/03/13 | No comments

At the initiative of the Institute for Education Quality and Evaluation, the Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit and the National Education Council, initiated development of a methodological framework for evaluation of impact of professional advancement of teachers and professional associates in Serbia at national, local and educational institution level. The initiative aims to improve the quality of education through ensuring quality of professional advancement programmes. Read more.

Support to education of children from disadvantaged families

Published | 2014/03/12 | No comments

The Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit and UNICEF supported elaboration of a ”Policy Impact Analysis – Providing Additional Support to Students from Vulnerable Groups in Pre-University Education.” Read more.

Challenge Grants for Selected Social Enterprises

Published | 2014/03/10 | No comments

Caritas Šabac, Optimist Bosilegrad and Republik Social Club have been chosen to participate in “Social Enterprises’ Financial Sustainability” program. Read more.

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