• MAPK.jpgDate start 28.11.2011.Magazines

    Mapping of Serbian Youth NGOs in Kosovo

    The publication represents a mapping study of Serbian NGOs in Kosovo working in the field of youth, published in December 2009. The Study is part of a larger Forum Syd peace‐building project which aims to provide opportunities for youth in Kosovo through strengthening: 1. youth organisations and networks; 2. community youth work practice and 3. community youth work education. The Study identified 22 civil society organisations active in Serbian communities of all regions in Kosovo. The identified organisations are not primarily youth organisations, yet in their work they are very much focused on young groups of all ages. The Study has been written the Institute for Territorial Economic Development (InTER) and funded by Forum Syd office in Kosovo.

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  • PP.jpgDate start 31.12.2008.Magazines

    Small and Medium-sized Enterprises and Entrepreneurship Support programs in the Republic of Serbia

    The publication was prepared to assist the Serbian Agency for Development of Small and Medium-size Enterprises and Entrepreneurship and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to train professionals for providing mentoring services in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Serbia. The publication identified support programs to SMEE sector in 2009/2010, either financed by Serbian Government or by international organizations. In total, twelve programs were identified and elaborated in details. The publication is available in Serbian, with the provided short executive summary in English Language.

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    Cost-Benefit Analysis of Implementation of Index for Inclusion in the Education System of the Republic of Serbia

    The Report analysed the cost of Implementation of the Index for Inclusion in two pilot municipalities, Pirot and Subotica, and make projections of costs and benefits of applying the Index to all schools in Serbia. Main focus of the analysis is inclusion of Roma population in mainstream education, as they are the most vulnerable group in Serbia. The Index for Inclusion was developed at the Centre for Studies of Inclusive Education (UK), in collaboration with University of Manchester and University of Christ Church College Canterbury, with the intention to support schools in a process of inclusive school development. The Index provides a framework for school review and development on three dimensions: school culture, policy and practice. The research has been supported by the Save the Children Fund UK and was published in 2009. The publication is available in Serbian and English Language.

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  • IN.jpgDate start 27.11.2011.Magazines

    2008 SME Policy Index 2008 - National Report of the Republic of Serbia

    The SME Policy Index is a benchmarking tool in countries in South East Europe (SEE) and Kosovo under UNSCR 1244/99 that monitors and evaluates progress in implementing the main policy framework for small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) development elaborated by the European Union: The European Charter for Small Enterprises. The OECD Investment Compact for South East Europe develops the Index in a joint effort with the European Commission, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Training Foundation. The publication presents an annual assessment of the SME Policy Index in Serbia for 2008 of two policy dimensions: (1) education and training for entrepreneurship and (IV) availability of skills. Beside the assessment on the SME Policy Index, the Study also provides results of the survey among key stakeholders in Serbia about the establishment of a Regional Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning in Zagreb (Croatia).

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