News and events
29. 9. 2021.
IMPROVED EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONS FROM HARDLY EMPLOYABLE GROUPS IN NINE CITIES AND MUNICIPALITIES IN SERBIA
"During the two years of the Phase II Inclusion Initiative, 9 cities and municipalities in Serbia supported the employment of over 300 people and provided over 1,100 services in the field of sustainable inclusion and employment measures based on national and local strategic documents for over 700 beneficiaries. of which 50% are women, "said today at an online conference on the occasion of the completion of this phase of the Programme for Inclusion of Roma and other marginalized groups in Serbia, Aleksandra Dimić-Ugrinaj, leader of the programme implemented by GIZ within the German Development Cooperation.read more
15. 9. 2021.
Serbian-German Platform for Experiences Exchange on the Labour Market Inclusion of Marginalized Groups
Belgrade, 10.09.2021 – Within the program of the German Development Cooperation „Inclusion of Roma and other marginalized groups in Serbia, implemented by GIZ, a virtual study visit was organized with the goal to create a platform for exchange and joint learning between the Serbian and German stakeholders dealing with the inclusion of marginalized groups at the labour market. The virtual exchange lasted for six days and included more than 100 representatives of state authorities and the civil sector.read more
9. 9. 2021.
Getting a job in Belgrade is easier with the support of GIZ and the Divac Foundation
Belgrade, 08.09.2021 - Partners in the project "Employment promotion of Roma and other marginalized groups in Belgrade" presented the results of the implementation of measures to support the employment of Roma and other marginalized and hard-to-employ groups in Belgrade. The project is part of the programme of German development cooperation "Inclusion of Roma and other marginalized groups in Serbia" implemented by the German organization for international cooperation GIZ in cooperation with the Ministry of Human and Minority Rights.read more
22. 7. 2021.
VACCINATION CAMPAIGN IN THE LANGUAGES OF NATIONAL MANORITIES
The Ministry of Human and Minority Rights and Social Dialogue, in cooperation with the National Councils of National Minorities and with the support of the German Organization for International Cooperation GIZ, presented the beginning of a socially responsible campaign for immunization against COVID-19 virus in the Palace "Serbia". The additional value of this campaign is that the messages were also sent in the languages of national minorities living in the Republic of Serbia.read more
16. 7. 2021.
Project "Reduction of additional vulnerability of Roma men and women and other marginalized groups, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in 18 local governments" was presented
Belgrade, July 14, 2021 - An event was held in the building of the Government of the Republic of Serbia on the occasion of the beginning of the project "Reduction of additional vulnerability of Roma men and women and other marginalized groups, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in 18 local governments". pandemic COVID-19 in the field of education, then improving access to water, information and promotion of immunization against COVID-19, as well as technical support to relevant local institutions for monitoring the course of the pandemic COVID-19.read more
10. 6. 2021.
Providing vaccination in Roma settlements
Belgrade, June 10, 2021 - Roma would be vaccinated en masse if they were allowed to be immunized in places that are easily accessible to them, such as the settlements in which they live, is the conclusion of today's health workshop held in the municipality of Zvezdara.read more
28. 5. 2021.
FINANCING AND KNOWLEDGE IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE BETTER POSITION OF ROMA IN SERBIA DOPRINOSI BOLJEM POLOŽAJU ROMA U SRBIJI
Within the programme Inclusion of Roma and other marginalized groups in Serbia, which is implemented by GIZ within the German development cooperation, the workshop "Project cycle management" was completed yesterday. The five-day workshop, held in two segments during May in Belgrade at the Zira Hotel, was attended by representatives of civil society organizations, municipalities, cities and local institutions, which focus on Roma, returnees and other marginalized groups.read more
15. 4. 2021.
PUBLIC INVITATION FOR TRAINING AND PRACTICE FOR OCCUPATIONS:
1. CUTTING SPONGES IN FURNITURE PRODUCTION
2. GLUE SPONGE IN FURNITURE MANUFACTURE
3. FURNITURE PACKAGING
The program provides a chance for unemployed people to participate in these trainings and get a job at Mobels d.o.o. from Vranje. The training will include a theoretical part lasting 36 hours and a practical part lasting 20 working days. During the practical training, mentor support and reimbursement will be provided to all participants, and the most successful will be given the opportunity to stay and work in the company.read more
15. 4. 2021.
Public call for project proposals One million euros for employment of hard-to-employ groups
The Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities (SCTM) and the German Organization for International Cooperation (GIZ) within the project "Initiative for Inclusion phase 3" have announced a competition for the selection of 10 local governments that will receive support for projects to implement innovative and sustainable solutions for employment of hard-to-employ population groups. The total amount available under the Call for Proposals is € 1,000,000, and the maximum grant amount for individual projects is € 100,000.read more
6. 4. 2021.
A NEW CHANCE FOR EMPLOYMENT OF 500 ROMA MEN AND WOMEN
About 560 members of hard-to-employ groups from Belgrade, Valjevo and Leskovac, including 405 women, received professional and mentoring support in the past six months, within the project "Economic Empowerment of Roma Women: Improving Employment and Self-Employment Capacities" in order to acquire new knowledge. The results of the project activities are also recommendations for gender-sensitive measures for employment and gender equality, which will in the long run contribute to the economic empowerment of Roma men and women and other hard-to-employ persons at the local and national level and was published today at the final conference of the project held at the Media Center in Belgrade.read more