The European Union (EU) is the largest donor in the Republic of Serbia in migration management. Since 2015, with the increased mixed migration flows to the territory of Serbia, the EU has assisted Serbia with more than 98 million EUR in providing humanitarian aid and protection to migrants, in particular protection of children, providing conditions for reception and care in the reception and asylum centres, including food, health care and education, providing assistance to the local communities/municipalities hosting migrants to strengthen social cohesion, assisting Serbia in the protection of the state border and combating smuggling of migrants, as well as capacity building of the institutions dealing with migration management.

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Nicolas Bizel, State Representatives and Project Implementing Partners in a visit to Tutin and Sjenica

Mr. Nicolas Bizel, from the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia, together with the state representatives and project implementing partners, visited Tutin and Sjenica. After the meeting with Mr. Kenan Hot, Head of Tutin Mu...

I will miss Serbia when I leave

Her name is Zahra Nawrozi and she is very young. She is barely 19, but over the course of her young age she has seen and endured much suffering, enough for a lifetime. Zahra escaped from Pakistan when she was only 16 because she wanted to get a h...

Percussion workshop for young migrants in Presevo and Pirot

Dragoljub Djuricic, one of the most famous professional drummers in the Balkans, held a joint percussion workshop for young migrants and the local youth from Presevo and Pirot. Young migrants from the reception centers in the south of Serbia an...

Transportation of children to primary schools in Serbia

The Jadgari family comes from Afghanistan, it has three members and for the past year they have been living in the Reception centre in Bujanovac, which is itself located in the south of Serbia. Bujanovac is one of the municipalities wherein the ch...