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This issue of the Newsletter offers:
- Ivana Polјak, Economic Analyst for the Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit of the Government of the Republic of Serbia: Planning the Future and Poverty in Serbia until 2035
- SIPRU provides support for drafting the Employment Strategy in the Republic of Serbia 2021-2026
- “The Project “Reducing Additional Vulnerability of Roma Men and Women and other Marginalised Groups Caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic in 18 Local Self-governments” Presented
- Technical meeting on the social inclusion of Roma in the Republic of Serbia held
- Prizes Awarded to Local Self-Government Units for Contributions to the Development of All Forms of Accessibility in 2020
- Consultative Workshops Presenting Applications “Material Support at the Local Level for Vulnerable Persons and Families” and “Social Benefits Calculator” Held
- Training organised for NES counsellors for implementing the redesigned entrepreneurship programme
- Guide for Urgent Foster Care of Elderly Persons Published
- “Establishing a Platform for the Employment of Persons with Disabilities” Event Held Under the Project “From Education to Employment” (Е2E)
- Manual for planning and writing individual educational plans (IOP) published
- Humanitarian Sales Exhibition “Let’s Move the Boundaries of Humanity” Held
- Social Inclusion Blog: Miroslav Jovanović – Unlimited freedom – limited opportunities
- Success stories: Lavangrad – Interview with (Vojvodina) Architects of Change
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