The Welfare State in Western Balkan countries – challenges and options
Social cohesion in the Western Balkan economies is under constant risk. A weak social welfare state and the persistent and challenging economic situation create an unstable environment that could compromise and jeopardise the sustainable development of the Western Balkan societies. As a move forward, the Position Paper…
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Enhancing the role of local communities in preventing dropout from the education system
The Center for Social Policy has started the implementation of the project Tools for Preventing Roma Dropout with the objective to decrease dropout and early school leaving of children, particularly Roma girls and Roma children and returnees upon readmission from EU member states.
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Results of Survey on Social Protection Services in the Republic of Serbia Published
At the end of 2015, and beginning of 2016, the Center for Social Policy conducted a comprehensive initiative: Mapping Social Protection Services at the Local Level. Research shows that during the past three years, there has been no improvement in the development of community based services in Serbia.
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Lecture: Globalization, migration, and the future of the middle classes
Branko Milanovic, one of the leading global specialists on income inequality will hold lecture Globalization, migration, and the future of the middle classes on October 13, 2016 at the Faculty for Economics, Finance and Administration in Belgrade.
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Capacity Building of Intersectoral Committees
Within the project Capacity building of Intersectoral Committees (ISCs) for additional support to children for inclusion into early childhood development programs and education implemented by CSP with support from UNICEF and the Austrian Development Agency, a training and mentoring program was implemented...
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