Resilient Development
  • Attitudes to Refugee and Migrant Crisis in Serbia
    May 30, 2018

    The third round of the survey on citizens’ attitudes towards the impact of the migration crisis and towards the refugees/migrants in migration-affected municipalities in Serbia was conducted in August 2017, within the Open Communities – Successful Communities project, funded by the European Union. The objective of the survey was to identify the needs of local self-governments and local communities in order for the donor support programs to migration management in the Republic of Serbia to also take into account the local priorities for facing the crisis, at the same time assisting in strengthening the social cohesion.

  • Jun 6, 2017

    The topic of the diaspora is very important in Serbia. From the Declaration (2006) to the Law on the Diaspora (2009) and the Strategy developed (2011), they all identify the diaspora as one of the key potential drivers for Serbia’s development. The main ways identified are investment, human capital, remittances and hometown infrastructure development. The one thing lacking has been a systematic, apolitical approach to the topic.

  • Mar 7, 2017

    This Research contributes to the comprehensive grasp of the potential of youth radicalization, which could lead to violent extremism in Serbia. The Research re-affirms that the weak spots in Serbia are societal fragmentation along the ethnic lines, lack of possibilities for young people and especially the role of global and regional politics, which contributes to the conflict potential and represents one of key identified drivers of radicalization.

  • May 4, 2016

    This report is focused on the case of the floods which hit Serbia in May 2014, to devastating effect, and analyzes statistical data to compare expenditures on prevention with expenditures on response and recovery in the country as it recovered.

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