Vlada republike SrbijeGovernment of the Republic of Serbia

Jezici

List of MB IPA projects relating to social inclusion in the period 2007-2013

 

2012

Project title Project budget Project beneficiaries Overall project goal/purpose
Regional Housing Programme (Sarajevo Process) 2nd phase EUR 130,200,000 Republic Commissariat for Refugees The project aims at making a substantial contribution to the satisfactory resolution of the protracted problem of the remaining refugees and displaced persons in the Partner Countries by providing long-lasting, sustainable housing solutions, as part of a comprehensive programme prepared in the context of the Sarajevo process/ The RHP will consist of four Country Housing Programmes, one in each country, and will assist in total about 27,000 households or 74,000 individuals. The second phase intends to contribute to the overall goal by targeting around 3,400 households.
Regional Support for Inclusive Education EUR 5,110,215 Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development The overall objective is to enhance in line with the Beneficiaries’ commitments to EU accession – social inclusion and social cohesion in the region by promoting inclusive education and training / The Project aims to promote the concept of inclusive education, as well as relevant policies and practices of inclusive education in the formal education system at pre-university level in the Western Balkans through awareness-raising, mutual learning and capacity building measures.

 

2011

Project title Project budget Project beneficiaries Overall project goal/purpose
Promoting human rights and protecting  minorities in the Western Balkans EUR 3,600,000 Ministry for Human and Minority Rights To improve respect for human rights, particularly minority protection in the Beneficiaries in practice, by enhancing the capacities of the various national bodies involved and the regional coherence of their activities. To strengthen the implementation of relevant legislation in the Beneficiaries by promoting best practices in line with European values and standards for promoting human rights and protecting minorities as well as to develop a functioning regional network of the national bodies involved.
Regional Housing Programme (Sarajevo Process) Stage 1 EUR 7,838,000 Republic Commissariat for Refugees To secure durable solutions for the most vulnerable refugees and internally displaced persons with the view to bring the protracted 1991-1995 displacement to an end in a dignified, sustainable and lasting manner. The purpose of the project is to create the conditions for successfully launching and implementing the Regional Housing Programme which will aim to provide housing solutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Croatia, Montenegro and Republic of Serbia as part of a comprehensive programme prepared in the context of the Sarajevo process.

 

2010

Project title Project budget Project beneficiaries Overall project goal/purpose
Regional Initiative for Roma Integration EUR 3,333,333.00 The Roma, Ashkalis and Egyptians Contributing to the integration of minorities in the Western Balkans in accordance with the beneficiaries’ commitments in the perspective of EU accession. Improving the quality of life and access to rights of the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian (RAE) communities in the Western Balkans.

 

2009

Project title Project budget Project beneficiaries Overall project goal/purpose
Regional Programme for Refugee Return and Provision of Durable Solutions for Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons in the Western Balkans EUR 1,250,000.00 Refugees and internally displaced persons in the Western Balkans Fostering and enhancing durable, sustainable solutions, namely voluntary repatriation and reintegration including local integration for the remaining persons in displacement in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo. (1) enhancing voluntary return from Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina and subsequent reintegration in the places of return and countries of origin; (2) ensuring access to property/tenancy rights/assistance in Croatia; (3) achieving non-discriminatory access to rights, including acquired rights such as pensions; (4) provision of impartial quality information for IDPs from Kosovo on return-related matters and their places of origin; (5) facilitating local integration of refugees in Serbia through support for economic self-reliance.

 

2008

Project title Project budget Project beneficiaries Overall project goal/purpose
Regional Support to the Marginalised Communities EUR 1,250,000.00 Marginalised communities This project should contribute to the increased legal and social inclusion of marginalised communities and facilitate their full enjoyment of civil rights in the Western Balkans. (1) Reducing the number of persons at risk of statelessness, which particularly affects marginalised population, especially those displaced during the conflicts in the region; (2) facilitating access to free legal aid for the provision of personal documents as an essential condition for marginalised groups to access and enjoy their basic civil rights; (3) raising marginalised groups’ and other relevant stakeholders’ awareness of the need for civil registration and identity documents and removing unwarranted legal and administrative obstacles to such registration.
Regional Programme for Refugee Return in the
Western Balkans
EUR 1,000,000.00 Refugees and internally displaced persons in the Western Balkans Fostering and enhancing durable, sustainable solutions, namely voluntary repatriation and reintegration including local integration for the remaining persons in displacement in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo (under UNSCR 1244). (1) Working on and enhancing voluntary return movements (including transport of belongings for returning families) from Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina and subsequent reintegration in the regions and countries of origin, in particular Croatia; (2) ensuring access to property/tenancy rights/assistance in Croatia: provision of legal advice to refugees on housing matters such as repossession, reconstruction and housing programmes for former tenancy rights holders by ensuring that appropriate policies are formulated and implemented and agreed commitments fulfilled; (3) achieving non-discriminatory access to rights, including acquired rights such as pensions; (4) provision of further technical assistance to the respective countries’ task forces for the completion of their national road maps and monitor and report on their implementation; (5) provision of legal assistance to refugees/returnees/internally displaced persons (including coverage of legal fees, counselling and court representation); (6) provision of impartial quality information for IDPs from Kosovo on return-related matters and about their places of origin; (7) facilitating local integration of refugees in Serbia through support for economic self-reliance.

 

2007

Project title Project budget Project beneficiaries Overall project goal/purpose
Regional Programme for Social Security Coordination and Social Protection Reforms in South-East Europe EUR 2,222,000.00 High level officials of administrations, civil servants, managers of social institutions and social partners, non-governmental social policy actors of the beneficiary countries. The overall objective is to enhance the coordination of the social security systems and to facilitate the institutional, legislative and administrative reforms in the field of social policy. (1) Streamlining and strengthening processes of coordination of national plans for strategic reform in order to gradually align to European standards and reflects the joint objectives of access/adequacy and sustainability of social protection systems; (2) supporting the development of the legislative framework for implementing the revised social security policies; (3) modernising coordination techniques in line with the coordination principles developed by the Council of Europe and the EU (i.e. Convention on Social Security, EU regulations 1408/71 and 574/72);(4) facilitating equal access to social security rights in general and more specifically in relation to the cost compensation schemes (health care, child allowances and social assistance);(5) improving the access to social protection for all vulnerable groups, especially for the displaced persons without recognised refugee status;(6) setting out the basis for the removal of the existing impediments to cross-border payment of health care costs;(7) supporting the development of specific coordination techniques between regional social security systems in federal states;(8) improving the know-how of middle- and upper-level civil servants for the delivery of cross-border social welfare;(9) Improving the capacity by targeted training for specialised professions in the field of social security and cross-border social security.

 

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Documents

Third National Report on Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction in the Republic of Serbia for the Period 2014–2017
February, 2019 arrow right pdf [5 MB]
National Employment Action Plan for the Year 2019
February, 2019 arrow right pdf [732 KB]
Gender Equality Index for the Republic of Serbia
December, 2018 arrow right pdf [7 MB]
Assessment of Absolute Poverty in Serbia in 2017
October, 2018 arrow right pdf [226 KB]
Periodic evaluation of the local youth employment initiative programmes
October, 2018 arrow right pdf [486 KB]
Monitoring Social Inclusion in Republic of Serbia – Third Revised Edition
November, 2017 arrow right pdf [2 MB]
Poverty in the Republic of Serbia for the Period 2006–2016 – Revised and New Data
September, 2017 arrow right pdf [906 KB]
Mapping Social Care Service within the Mandate of Local Governments in the Republic of Serbia (2015) – Report
May, 2017 arrow right pdf [4 MB] arrow right docx [2 MB]
Economic Benefits of Gender Equality in the EU
April, 2017 arrow right pdf [405 KB]