Migration and Development

EU Support to Serbia and Former Yougoslav Republic of Macedonia in Managing Migration/Refugees Crisis on Balkan Route

Introduction: The Western Balkans region has witnessed a sharp increase in the numbers of mixed migration flows arriving in or transiting through its territory, along the so-called Western Balkan route, in particular Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Serbia.  In addition to the high numbers, the mixed composition of these flows adds complexity to the task of addressing them effectively and in line with international commitments and standards.

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EU Supports Serbia to Improove Border Management in the Context of the Migration Crisis

Introduction: The EU provides assistance to Republic of Serbia and Serbian Ministry of Interior to improve its border and migration management capabilities at the border with Bulgaria. It is funded by the EU with EUR 1 million and implemented by UN agency for Migration – International Organization for Migration (IOM).

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Migration and Development in Serbia

The understanding of the complex relationship between migration and development has changed  in  the  last  years, with  initiatives  from  scientific  and  political  circles  to  view migration comprehensively in the function of development of all the countries included in  the migratory  chain. United Nations  (UN)  first  indirectly  included migration  in  the Millennium Development Goal  (MDG)  8  for  the  21st  century, which was  defined  as Develop a Global Partnership for Development. In addition, UN directly supported this concept by establishing the Global Commission on  International Migration  (GCIM)  in 2003, organising the First and Second Dialogue on Migration and Development in 2006 and 2013 and by establishing a Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) in 2007.

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Migration profile of the Republic of Serbia for 2014

The main idea behind the Migration Profile is for it to serve as an instrument aimed to provide support for key state actors in planning adequate migration policies, as well as for the representatives of the civil society and the academic community in analysis of current migration flows. Regular annual updating provides better insight into the overall situation relating to migration in the country.

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Impact of education in minority languages on the internal and external migrations of national minorities

The Report on Impact of Education in Minority Languages on External and Internal Migrations of National Minorities has been produced on the initiative of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development. In 2014, the Ministry adopted an Action Plan requesting the identification of facts related to the education in minority languages, as well as the subsequent drafting of an action plan for improvement of the education for national minorities at all levels.

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Labour Migration and its Effects on the Demography and Labour Market of Serbia

The International Organization for Migration in Serbia is currently implementing the “Mainstreaming Migration into National Development Strategies” project. This project aims to enable countries to integrate migration into their national development planning documents and processes and to continually monitor and adjust their approaches to migration and development in consultation with all relevant stakeholders.

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Migration studies in Serbian universities curricula

The globalization process, scientific and technological progress, IT revolution, as well as constant striving for a better and safer life, among many other causes, have made the population movements, both internal and across borders, i.e. migration, (with all the related positive and negative dimensions and consequences) an inevitable social phenomenon and subject of various research aimed at understanding the world we are currently living in.

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Study on external and internal migration of Serbia's citizens with particular focus on Youth

This Study was prepared within the global project “Mainstreaming Migration into National Development Strategies” (2014-2018), implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), with a view to supporting national governments and their partners in: a) improving the registration, monitoring and processing of data on migration; b) making better use of the human potential of migration; 3) utilising migration management to increase the national development capacities, whilst reducing risks for the migrants, their families and communities of origin/destination.

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Global Joint Programme on Mainstreaming Migration into National Development Strategies - Second Phase

The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), UNDP and IOM in 2011 launched a two year pilot project on Mainstreaming Migration into National Development Strategies in four countries: Bangladesh, Jamaica, Moldova, and Tunisia. Since 2011, the project has: 1) strengthened the capacity of governments in pilot countries to address migration and development (M&D) linkages in their development strategies, 2) provided guidance for UN ...

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