Vlada republike SrbijeGovernment of the Republic of Serbia

Jezici

International Workers’ Day

Published 01.05.2019.

Tim za socijalno uključivanje i smanjenje siromaštva - SIPRU - logoAcross the world International Workers’ Day is celebrated in memory of the day when workers in Chicago started using strikes and protests to fight for an eight-hour working day and improved working conditions. It is the occasion to recall some of the most successful stories, activities and initiatives in the fields of employment, entrepreneurship and inclusion of vulnerable groups in economic activities. The inspirational examples of our associates: bloggers, representatives of civil society organizations, students, could be heard, supported and/or published on the website of the Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit of the Government of the Republic of Serbia.

As part of the project “Support to Innovative Approaches for Increasing Youth Employment and Employability” in cooperation with local partners and with the support of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, we continued developing models and opportunities for the professional development and inclusion of youth in the world of labour. More on the success stories from this project can be found on the page E2E: Success Stories.

As part of the 41st Belgrade Ignite “Get Involved no. 6”, we had the opportunity to hear the personal stories of presenters on how their everyday efforts are building a society of equity in all areas, including the field of labour. Fatima Kamberović from the Roma Education Fund presented a project by this organization aiming for the active inclusion of Roma in all walks of life. Karolina Stamenković from Babušnica presented the initiative for the development of women’s entrepreneurship in her village.

Bojana Dimitrijević and Nevena Tarlanović, regular authors at the Social Inclusion Blog, note that persons with disabilities often encounter discrimination and resistance from potential employers. Through one of her posts on the “story of a diploma” Bojana Dimitrijević presents us with the experience of seeking a job as a person with a disability, while Nevena Tarlanović notes the challenges in implementing the current legislative framework that regulates the employment of persons with disabilities, along with other issues faced by persons with disabilities in the labour market.

One particularly vulnerable group on the labour market are youth. The organization “Junior Achievement Serbia” has been implementing educational programmes in the field of entrepreneurship and financial literacy in primary and secondary schools across Serbia for over 10 years. You can read about teamwork, practical application of school knowledge in developing entrepreneurial ideas, exchanging experiences with peers from across Europe, the approach to success and failure, investment in personal development and openness for acquiring new entrepreneurial and other know-how in the texts by Nemanja Glavinić, Marko Stanković, Nemanja Milovanović and Kristina Đurić as part of the Junior Achievement profile on the Social Inclusion Blog.

The Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit worked in particular on analysing data in the field of labour and employment through the development of the Third National Report on Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction 2014-2017, and through developing the Social Development Index of Towns and Municipalities.

Under the section of the Third National Report on Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction in the Republic of Serbia 2014-2017 dealing with the aspect of employment and labour market, the thematic focus is on the analysis Youth in the Labour Market in Serbia.

The supplemented edition of the Social Development Index of Towns and Municipalities provides, inter alia, an overview of the economic indicators of the development of municipalities (employment rate, unemployment rate, average net salary, own income of towns and municipalities).

Recommended publications in the field of labour and employment:

Comments

 
0

 Share

Leave a Comment

Leave a comment


Name


e-mail


website


Related news

11.06.2020.

8th Belgrade Ignite “Get Involved Online 8” Held

43. Beogradski Ignite "Uključi se br. 8"

The Belgrade Ignite “Get involved online 8”, which was organized by the Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit and the Citizens Association “Serbia on the Move”, was held online…

 
0 Comments

Social Inclusion Newsletter

Social Inclusion Newsletter Archive

Featured > <


Blog > <

Earlier
Milkica Dimitrijević
Lečila sam se od osteosarkoma, oblika raka kostiju, tokom IV razreda srednje škole. Te godine sam u školi provela ukupno [...]
Fri, Jun 26, 2020
Source: Inkluzija blog
Iva Eraković
Pandemija virusom COVID-19 uzdrmala je planetu na mnogo načina, među kojima je prvi zdravstveni aspekt. Dok se o dalekosežnim posledicama [...]
Tue, Jun 23, 2020
Source: Inkluzija blog
SIPRU_BLog
Držim se za ogradu terase na jedanaestom spratu, oivičenu mojim paničnim strahom od visine. Pri samoj pomisli na skok padobranom [...]
Wed, Jun 17, 2020
Source: Inkluzija blog
Radmila Urošević
Gordana Gordana sedi ispred mene i krši ruke. Te godine se razvela, ostala bez posla i doživela moždani udar. Mnogo je [...]
Fri, Jun 12, 2020
Source: Inkluzija blog
Đorđe Vasiljević - 42. Beogradski Ignite "Uključi se br. 7"
Transkript govora Đorđa Vasiljevića na 42. Beogradskom Ignite-u „Uključi se br. 7” (11. decembar 2019. godine, Impact Hub, Beograd) Pre dve [...]
Mon, Jun 01, 2020
Source: Inkluzija blog

Documents > <

E2E: Public Policy Testing – Innovative Approaches to Youth Employment
April, 2020 arrow right pdf [1 MB]
E2E: Public Policy Testing – Innovative Approaches to Youth Employment (leaflet)
April, 2020 arrow right pdf [2 MB]
Availability of Local Support Services and Measures for Roma Children
April, 2020 arrow right pdf [782 KB]
E2E: Ex-post Evaluation of the Open Call “Supporting Innovative Approaches to tackle Youth Employment and Employability” (2018–2019) – Summary
March, 2020 arrow right pdf [266 KB]
National Employment Action Plan for 2020
January, 2020 arrow right pdf [566 KB]