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When numbers become faces – publication within the project “Durable solutions for IDPs and returnees through partnership”

When numbers become faces – publication within the project “Durable solutions for IDPs and returnees through partnership” Conflicts and the collapse of the economic system triggered the migration flows on the territory of Serbia at the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century. These events also caused some of the […]

Guide on referral system/social service delivery for migrants

Within our project IRIS NETWORKing – CSOs for protection sensitive migration management we developed the Guide on referral system/social service delivery for migrants. The IRIS Networking project aims to contribute to the improvement of service delivery and policy framework related to the migration in the region of Western Balkans (Albania, BiH, FYRoM, Montenegro and Serbia). […]

Annual Report 2018

This year we celebrated 10 years since the founding of IDC. Together with our colleagues, associates, friends and beneficiaries, we gave honor to effort and dedication, ideas and courage needed for their realization. Just like the previous 10 years, this evening and the year behind us,  were filled with good energy, friendship and laughter.

Measuring the impact of volunteering

Volunteering is the most visible expression of promoting solidarity, facilitating social inclusion and building social capital. For these reasons Volonteurope, supported by a European working group on impact measurement, aims to promote the need for  greater recognition of volunteering and explore ways to better capture its impact in systemic form through this policy paper . […]

October 2016 Newsletter: Refugee aid

Within the project Support to the mostly Syrian refugees both in camps and en-route in Greece, FYROM and Serbia, financed by German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, IDC has continued providing direct support to the refugees on their way through Serbia. Medical assistance, volunteer actions, awareness raising flash mobs and many other stories from the field […]