Pursuant to the Law on Ministries, the following institutions are in charge of social inclusion policies in the Republic of Serbia: the Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the Ministry of Economy etc. Also, there are special organizations/institutions which tackle social inclusion policies: the Office for human and minority rights, the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society, the Coordination Body for Gender Equality of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, theCoordination Body for Monitoring the Implementation of the Strategy for the Social Inclusion of Roma in the Republic of Serbia for the period 2016 – 2025, the Republic Secretariat for Public Policies, the Republic Statistical Office and the Institute for Social Insurance.
The Law on Local Self-Government regulates local self-government units, the criteria for their establishment, their competencies, bodies, supervision over their legal instruments and activities, the protection of local self-governments, and other issues relevant to exercising the rights and duties of local self-governments. The Law prescribes that the Republic of Serbia or an autonomous province may delegate specific duties in their mandate to local self-governments.
Social inclusion policies are regulated by a set of sector regulations, such as: the Law on Social Welfare, the Law on Financial Support for Families with Children, the Law on Prevention of Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities, the Anti-Discrimination Law, the Law on Gender Equality, the Law on Employment and Insurance in Case of Unemployment, the Law on Professional Rehabilitation and Employment of Persons with Disabilities, the Law on Foundations of the Education System, the Law on Health Protection.