Attitudes towards the Refugee and Migrant Crisis in Serbia

06 May 2016
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A periodically published survey that identifies the needs of local self-governments and communities most heavily exposed to the impact of the migrant crisis. Quantitative surveys are targeting two distinct groups: general population (18+) and local administration representatives. Key findings from both studies are presented in the reports. The survey covered 20 municipalities: I - more intensely affected by the crisis: Preševo, Šid, Kanjiža, Beograd (Palilula, Savski venac and Stari grad), Bujanovac, Dimitrovgrad, Bosilegrad, Negotin II - moderately affected by the crisis: Zaječar, Pirot, Vranje, Surdulica, Vladičin Han, Smederevo, Aleksinac, Obrenovac, Sombor.

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