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Digital Education 2021 conference will be held online, April 8-10, 2021. The conference will be international, so the program will be conducted in Serbian and English language. Participation is free of charge.
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“If we learn all our lives that violence is okay, at the age of 20 (we
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The Youth & Adolescent Development section focuses on positioning UNICEF as a partner of choice in the area of skills-building, healthy lifestyles and participation.
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"Work of Center for Youth Integration in 2020 was under impact of COVID 19
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"The goal of our workshop is, together with parents, to discover how to preserve the closeness and sense of community with the child on the one hand, and again to support him to acquire skills that will allow him to one day be independent."
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Under the close supervision of the Communication Officer, the Digital Media Associate will support to develop, plan, implement, monitor and evaluate a digital media strategy that is dynamic and engaging and aligned with the Communication and Advocacy Strategy, with the aim of promoting the respec
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NGO Indigo - an open call for hiring a Consultant for individual and group psychological support to child protection officers and translators within the project "Support to children asylum seekers, refugees and displaced Roma, as well as educational institutions in Serbia."
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Read the personal story of Magdalena: ”How I Almost Lost Myself in the Justice System Maze”. This brave girl tells us a story about her life and experience with the Serbian justice system.
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Design for Change is an internationally-acclaimed educational program, founded in 2009 in India, which has expanded to more than 60 countries. DFC gives children the opportunity to express their ideas for a better world and make them come true - TODAY!
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This announcement, from organizations for children, comes in response to several women reporting that a teacher at a private acting school sexually abused them as girls. 
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On January 15, 2021, an online conference "What do children say?" was held. It was organized by the Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia and the association "Our Children" Sarajevo within the regional project "Children say".
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On the occasion of the other six months of the implementation of the two-year project "Positive Parenting" implemented by the Center for the Rights of the Child (CPD) from January 1, 2020, with EU financial support under the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights in Serbia, Child Righ
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This manual was created using distance learning topics through the review expectations of students and teachers from this process, their technical readiness and willingness to learn and progress together, and, therefore, represents a contribution to improving the quality of online education in Se
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Refugees have a hard time getting access to Serbian refugee camps, which led Afghan minors, ages 11-17, spend their nights in parks and streets in the cold waiting for luck to continue their journey to the EU. 
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On December 24, 2020, the Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia, the Coalition for Monitoring the Rights of the Child and the Center for the Rights of the Child, sent a letter to the Prime Minister urging the Government to, having in mind the pandemic crisis, urgently form a Council for
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We invite you to "UPSHIFT behind the scenes" to share with you what we have learned about working with young people through this program for the development of entrepreneurial skills and to exchange knowledge!
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As part of the SOLIDARITY and TOGETHER campaign against Covid 19 and human trafficking, Astra has published electronic versions of booklets for children and adults. This manual is intended for children.
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The purpose of the Guide is to raise awareness of the importance of zero tolerance for discrimination and create conditions for a safe and stimulating environment for all participants in educational institutions - children, parents, employees.
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The research on the attitudes of high school students about online education in Serbia arose from the need to approach the topic of distance learning through a review of their expectations, technical readiness and willingness to learn and progress in this way.  
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The Child Rights Center has developed an e-learning platform intended primarily for professionals in social protection and justice who are motivated to refresh or improve their knowledge in the field of positive parenting and child protection in cases of high-conflict parental divorce.
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The regular annual Assembly of the Network of the Organization for Children of Serbia (MODS) was held on November 25, 2020, due to the situation with KOVID-19, in online format.
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During the COVID -19 pandemic, Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) and the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Serbia found several ways to serve the three most vulnerable groups in society, such as homeless people,
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In line with the established management structure, UNICEF Serbia will pursue excellence in internal management and operations to strengthen the overall performance and achieve results defined in the Country Programme Document.
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On World Children's Day, November 20th, 2020, Friends of Children of Serbia, in cooperation with the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, held a national online conference "Children's Rights in the Age of COVID-19" with the participation of high school students - representatives of studen
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In a small, brightly-coloured backstreet house in Belgrade, Serbia, Roadhouse Svratiste has a nationwide network of social care for daily drop-in canter for street kids centers and institutions for the underprivileged.
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On the occasion of World Children's Day, the Child Rights Center organizes an online conference "Children Ask" what is an opportunity to jointly review what has been done in the Republic of Serbia in the realization of Children's Rights, as well as to identify priority areas for our joint work to
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In the past year, 300 educators from 60 preschool institutions, primary and secondary schools throughout Serbia, have been trained to recognize and take recommended activities and measures related to discrimination in the educational environment.
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Human trafficking is a serious and worrying issue, especially for women and girls, who comprise more than 70% of traffic victims due to sexual exploitation.
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On November 10th a webinar on the topic "Child Trafficking in the Balkans - risk factors, procedures and good practices" was organized by the Child Protection Hub.
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On Friday, November 6, from 10 am, an online conference "Parent in the center of attention" will be held, dedicated to the topics of stimulating parenting and support programs for parents of children at an early age.
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New data on the situation of women and children in Serbia show progress in key areas, including breastfeeding and preschool attendance, but also stagnation in the areas of child marriage and violent disciplining of children.
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Cafe Bar 16 was founded by the Center for Youth Integration, to ensure children leaving the Drop in Shelter when they turn 16 would not be left to fend for themselves. The Drop in Shelter in Belgrade has been working with street involved children aged 5 to 15, for 16 years.
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UNICEF Serbia call on all citizens, especially students and language experts, pedagogues, teachers and professors to volunteer online and help reduce the language barrier that exists for some young people and thus enable their better education.
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As part of the regional initiative Child protection Hub for Southeast Europe, a local training for representatives of children's organizations was organized on Monday, October 12, in Belgrade.
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In March 2020, the project "Safe places, unhindered development of children - integration of practices based on knowledge about the effects of traumatic experience in the system of alternative care (TIP)" began.
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Let's be honest. Being a parent is hard. Being a parent is complicated. Being a mom is overwhelming. Being a dad is confusing. Children are often bored. Parents are sometimes bored with their children.
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The Child Rights Center has published a new Bulletin on the state of children's rights in Serbia, which covers the period from July to September 2020.
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"Change comes from us. Children will not only inherit the future, children will create it", Una, a representative of the DX Club, at the Center for Children's Rights and a member of the Eurochild Children's Council.
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The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is a neutral, impartial and independent humanitarian organization that works to protect and assist people affected by armed conflict and other situations of violence.
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The Youth & Adolescent Development section focuses on positioning UNICEF as a partner of choice in the area of skills-building, entrepreneurship, healthy lifestyles and participation.
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UNICEF Serbia country office aims to strengthen its capacity for high level policy advice, coordination and technical assistance in the area of social policies and public finance for children.
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Early childhood education and care is a right of all children. The Government of Serbia has recognized that Quality ECEC programs play a critical role in laying the necessary foundation for skills development early on, and for narrowing the equity gap in education access and performance.
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As part of the project, "Our community, our future - greater cooperation and employment of young people", an interactive platform dedicated to youth in the NEET situation, was recently published.
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REF’s implementing partner organizations under the Emergency Fund in Serbia have delivered 205 tablets with Internet access to Roma children to proceed with online studies in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
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Within the project "Teachers and students-volunteers for better educational outcomes of Roma children", with the support of the Roma Education Fund, the publication "Learning with children" was published, and this publication presents the collection of examples of good practice in providing addit
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The Umbrella organization of youth of Serbia recently published the fourth Alternative Report on the position and needs of young people in the Republic of Serbia, which continuously investigates the position of young people.
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The Family Business Survey, which crossed the attitudes of children and young people about the impact of parents' workplace with family business practices in the Serbian business sector, is the first such survey at UNICEF, as well as in Serbia.
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The Survey was conducted for UNICEF by the Institute of Psychology and the Institute for Mental Health.
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The Child Rights Center is carrying out research on the level of information children and youth have concerning their rights within the justice system, as well as the level to which the justice system has for them in accordance with the adopted standards of child justice.
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Within the project "Youth Has an Advantage", and in cooperation with the Youth Capital of Europe, Novi Sad (OPENS), and the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the Umbrella Organization of Youth of Serbia (KOMS) invites young people aged 15 to 30 to participate in dialogue with either
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Peer violence and discrimination suffered by young LGBTI people in their school environment leaves consequences on them, both physically and mentally, and also affects their school achievements.
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The non-governmental organization Praxis, an independent and non-profit organization based in Belgrade, is announcing a call for the employment of a person in the position of Coordinator for communications and public advocacy.
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People knew and wrote a little about digital literacy until March when a microscopic creature came into life all over the world.
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Under the general guidance and direction of the UNICEF Education section and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, the consultants will be responsible for editing video lessons for students of elementary and secondary schools, including lessons in the languages of mino
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Under the supervision of the Child Protection Specialist, the SEA Risk Mitigation Consultant will have the responsibility to support the process of introduction of the new PSEA procedure, with a primary focus on supporting the risk assessment of the existing partner organisations by (a) developin
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The Center for the Rights of the Child has developed a digital platform adapted to children, which contains relevant information on the prevention and protection of children from sexual exploitation and abuse on the Internet.
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Program of Education, has as its basic mission the inclusion of children in the education system but also efforts on preventing school dropouts in cooperation with entire families as well as local relevant actors.
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The Volunteering Development Consultant will work on the development of the programs on volunteering, leveraging of domestic resources, establishing the functional network of stakeholders from all sectors (public, civil, private), as well as the recognition of the UNICEF-coordinated platform ‘Onl
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The aim of the engagement is to conduct an in-depth study of stakeholders (international organizations, local NGOs, government services, including the Ministry of Social Work and its departments, the Institute for the Advancement of Social Welfare and local research institutions) in Serbia, to ma
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The goal of hiring a consultant is to conduct an in-depth analysis/study of the existing fundraising environment and highlight new directions of fanfraising activities important for the development of the Foundation's Fundraising Strategy in order to properly position and communicate all actors i
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'It really feels very good when you look at a room full of people doing their best to sing that song properly.' This is how Boško, a high school student and member of the Children's Drop in Shelter Choir in Belgrade, begins his story about the choir. 
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The aim of the consulting engagement is to facilitate the process of implementing strategic planning by retesting the existing strategic platform, analyzing the context in which the organization operates, analyzing actors and internal program capacities, as well as their compliance with the .stra
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The handbook for trainers is intended for professionals in the judiciary and social protection, who participated in the training "Parental Divorce and Child Protection" held by the Child Rights Center in the period from 13th to 15th July 2020, within the project "Positive parenting", which is imp
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The World Bank (WB) and UNICEF will conduct a Public Expenditure Review (PER) in the Human Development Sectors: education, health and social assistance.
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'Friends of Children of Serbia, as an organization that traditionally advocates for the full participation of children in social life, conducted a mini-research in which we wanted to emphasize the importance of cultural offer and quality leisure time for children in regular and emergency circumst
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We invite you to apply and participate in one of the two trainings, which aim to address the topic of affirmative work with LGBT high school students, in order to achieve fuller social inclusion and a safer environment for all high school students.
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To support project management in its education section, UNICEF seeks a consultant to support the design, implementation, monitoring and reporting of the main projects in the area of IE towards achieving Output 2 of the WP in the Education Programme for 2020:
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A late analysis done by the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights measured the values of Serbian high school students about issues such as gender, abortion, homophobia and LGBT rights, as well as the wars in former Yugoslavia.
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This publication was created within the project "Equality before the law as a prerequisite for employment of persons with disabilities - EQUALIZER", which is implemented in partnership by the Initiative for the Rights of Persons with Mental Disabilities "MDRI-S" and the Association for Support of
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'World Family Day is celebrated around the world today. The United Nations General Assembly declared May 15, 1993, as World Family Day to encourage member states to recognize the need to strengthen the family as an institution.
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The SOS Children's Villages Foundation has developed a brochure KOVID-19 Tips and Guidelines for Caregivers and/or Professionals Working with Youth. Some of the topics covered in this brochure are:  
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In order to respond to the urgent needs of children and families, UNICEF in Serbia is redistributing the priorities of its internal resources and building partnerships to support children and their communities in Serbia.
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UNICEF presents the results of monitoring the socio-economic effects of the COVID-19 virus pandemic in Serbia.
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Due to measures taken to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, about 1.5 billion children worldwide are no longer attending school. During self-isolation, children are forced to carry out most  activities at home, including education and socialization which have moved online.
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The Center for the Rights of the Child is addressed daily by parents with numerous questions regarding the exercise of the right to see the child during the state of emergency in the Republic of Serbia.
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Since 2011, in more than 130 countries around the world, 12th of April is marked as International Day for Stre
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The Network of Children's Organizations of Serbia conducted a study on the impact of emergency measures on children during the COVID-19 pandemic in Serbia.
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UNICEF has prepared a tool "How to Protect Your Mental Health During the Coronary Virus Pandemic (COVID-19): 6 strategies for teens facing a new (temporary) situation".
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Center for the Rights of the Child Uzice appeals to the Government of the Republic of Serbia and the Crisis Staff to develop a response plan as soon as possible and to define a procedure for dealing with children who may be left without parental care as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic.
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The Network of Children's Organizations of Serbia wants to find out how a pandemic of a virus corona affects children. Your answers will help us find out what you think is most important to children at the moment, how you feel and what you care most about.
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The corona virus pandemic has put the state and society around the world, especially health and social care systems, on high alert. Special emergency measures were introduced in Serbia on 15 March.
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Between 2019 – 2020 ChildPact is implementing a regional project with complementing initiatives focusing on INSPIRE Strategies to reduce violence against children, funded by Oak Foundation. The goal of the project is to strengthen the
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The non-governmental organization Praxis is launching a competition for the position of Coordinator for the Rights of the Child.
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Coordination of donation programs involves a cycle of supporting organizations' work from awarding grants, implementing activities, evaluating projects, monitoring budgets and encouraging their capacity building and community outreach.
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The European Union Support to Social Housing and Active Inclusion Programme (SHAI) is designed to enhance implementation of social inclusion policies in Serbia and provide sustainable housing solutions accompanied with active inclusion measures for the most vulnerable population.
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The aim of the seminar is to familiarize professionals in the educational, health and social care systems with the most common problems in the field of mental health of preschool and primary school children, their assessment and treatment.
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Publication INSPIRE: Seven Strategies for Ending Violence Against Children has been translated into Serbian. You can download the publication in Serbian here.
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This Analysis on unaccompanied and separated girls, highlighting how lack of understanding of gender-specific vulnerabilities, needs, appropriate identification and support s
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As one of the contributions to monitoring the implementation of the Strategy for Social Inclusion of Roma, the Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Team, in cooperation with the Council for the Rights of the Child of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, initiated the development of an Anal
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To support project management in its Education section, UNICEF seeks consultancy to supportthedesign, implementation, monitoring and reporting of main projects in the area of IE at the local level towards achieving the following output: The capacity of pre-university education system - teachers,
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The study ”Struggling to Survive” identifies and deepens the understanding of informal practices used and experiences of unaccompanied and separated migrant children during the course of their migration journey.
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'I get tired of trying to explain, of asking why and where this fear [of migrants] comes from,' says Sami Rasouli, age 18. 'People see wars in our countries and think we are all like that, like fighters.'
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Deputy Ombudsman for Children's Rights and Gender Equality, Jelena Stojanovic, and Director of the Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia (MODS), Sasa Stefanovic, signed an Agreement on Cooperation and Understanding in the field of Protection of the Rights of the Child, guided by the bes
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Under the supervision of the OSCE Senior Adviser on Human Rights and Non-Discrimination and in co-operation with the Mission’s Youth Focal Point, the consultant will be responsible for:
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UNICEF in Serbia is seeking a qualified consultant for the following assignment: Education Expert to perform analyses of the role of experts associates (pedagogues and psychologists) in education institutions aimed at further development of the legal framework and the professional development of
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Length of engagement: 12 months Engagement time: Part time Start of work: February 1, 2021 Mode of operation: Online Short job description:
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UNICEF in Serbia is seeking a qualified individual contractor for the following assignment: Administrator of online training Ref. Number: VN 77–528450
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This Conference is dedicated to the model of support for young people leaving the social protection system, created as part of the project "Together we are stronger - supporting the independence of young people without parental care".  
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The Center for Positive Youth Development (CEPORA) recently organized a training for peer mentors who can respond to the needs of children and youth from the social welfare system, in Vršac, Serbia Lidija Bukvić, Program Director of CEPORA, gave an overview of the situation:
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Within the regional ChildHub initiative, the Center for Youth Integration, in cooperation with the Republic Institute for Social Protection and the Network of Children's Organizations of Serbia (MODS), organized the Conference 'Children in the Street Situation: The System. Experience.
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The project manager provides professional, operational and administrative support in the implementation of project/program cycles and is accountable to the director for his/her work.
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On the occasion of the celebration of November 20, International Children's Day, Friends of Children of Serbia published data from the mini-survey Children and Traditional and New Media, conducted in Children's Week during the Student Parliaments Session 2019.
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A guide to implementing a program of support for young people without parental care in the process of independence, ie leaving home or family accommodation, was created within the project "Together we are stronger - A Support Program for Empowering Youth Without Parental Care."
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Foster Care and Wellbeing of Adolescents: Research to Improve Policies and Practices project is aimed at gaining knowledge about wellbeing, from the nasal wellbeing of adolescents to family care.
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The guide provides an overview of the basic characteristics and symptoms of abuse and neglect in children, which can be observed in daily work of health professionals, as well as a description of the process of protecting children from abuse and neglect in the health care system.
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Situational Analysis is an analytical narrative report on the rights and well-being of children in Serbia.
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The Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veterans' and Social Affairs of the Republic of Serbia is organizing a public debate on the Proposal for a Strategy for the Prevention and Protection of Children from Violence for the Period from 2020 to 2023 with a Two-Year Action Plan, on November 29th, 2019.
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Recognizing the need to further empower parents so that they can provide the best possible support for their children, the Novak Djokovic Foundation, through collaboration with the agency ALMA QUATTRO, has launched a billboard campaign "Support, Not Perfection", to emphasize the importance of sup
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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.
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As part of the celebration of the thirty years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Network of Children's Organizations of Serbia launches the campaign "Every child is entitled"
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The initiative brings together more than eight million people in more than 60 countries worldwide, and is now fully accessible in Serbia, and is part of a partnership between UNICEF and the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
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UNICEF in Serbia is seeking a qualified professional for the following assignment: School Mapping Consultant Ref. Number: VN 70–527530
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To mark the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, UNICEF in Serbia has prepared an illustrated booklet through which children can become more familiar with their rights.