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The Director of the Child Rights Center represents the work of the organization and he/she is the legal representative of the association. The director makes general and individual decisions, legal...
On 30 October, within the ChildHub project, the Center for Youth Integration organized a Roundtable on Accreditation of the Online Training Programs in the Social Protection System of the Republic of...
Uzice Child Rights Center has developed a Digital Guide ‘Children and the Internet – Smart from the Beginning’. This guide is dedicated to all those involved in the upbringing and education of the...
Family-centred care is recognized as an important component of the quality of maternal and child care, including care during the delivery as well as throughout the treatment for pre-term and sick new...
SOS field representatives are tasked with informing the general public about the work of SOS Children's Village Serbia, as well as actively involving as many citizens as possible in the Golden Heart...
The publication was created as part of the project: Children and the Media - Prevent Child Abuse for Media and Political Purposes. Friends of Children of Serbia, with this publication, want to move...
Minister for Labor, Employment, Veterans' and Social Affairs Zoran Djordjevic visited "Cafe Bar 16" a social enterprise started by the Center for Youth Integration, which actively engages former...
This year, Children's Week marks the significant anniversary of the 30th anniversary of the United Nations (UN) Convention on the Rights of the Child, the most significant international human rights...
The Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Team of the Government of the Republic of Serbia has prepared a Handbook for Introducing Gender Perspectives into Serbian Language Lessons for the First...
UNICEF in Serbia is seeking a qualified professional for the following assignment: Education Technology and Digital Learning Consultant Ref. Number: VN 64–526400 To cope and thrive in the 21st...

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