The concept of human rights is based on the idea that all human beings enjoy universal rights, and the Republic of Serbia has completed the normative framework in the field of human and minority rights. Through strategic documents and current public policies, the Government has identified the following vulnerable population groups under increased risk of social exclusion and poverty: persons with disabilities, children, youth, women, the elderly, Roma, the LGBTI community, uneducated persons, unemployed persons, refugees and internally displaced persons, as well as rural population.
The Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit is an active participant in designing policies aimed at improving the status of vulnerable groups and respecting human rights, through activities such as: support for the development of the strategic and normative framework, analyses of mechanisms and systematic measures at the national and local level, improvement of data collection, support for the development of project ideas for partner institutions and organizations.
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