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Since August 2013, the IDC became a member of SOLIDAR – a European network of NGOs solidarworking in the field of social justice promotion in Europe and worldwide. Solidar is a voice of its members in international and EU institutions by actively campaigning, but it also provides project management, coordination, monitoring implementation of policies, and raising awareness of issues important to its members. Solidar works with civil society organizations, the labor movement, and political parties that share our values. SOLIDAR is a member of the Social Platform (European platform for creating social NGOs), CONCORD (EU NGO confederation for relief and development), and EUCIS-LLL (European platform of civil society organizations for Lifelong Learning).

SAMI network

IDC is an active member of the Samaritan international Network – SAMI since September SAMI2014. The guiding principle of SAMARITAN INTERNATIONAL is a European federation of non-profit and non-governmental organizations that are independent of political, religious, and religious organizations and working in the field of social services, civil protection, first aid, and volunteer work. Advocacy – SAMARITAN INTERNATIONAL is an intermediary between the European institutions and its member states in fields that are of interest to their work, primarily in the areas of medical care, volunteer work, and humanitarian aid.

European Civic Forum (ECF)

IDC is a member of the European Civic Forum, an international network that gathers over 110 associations and non-governmental organisations in more than 29 countries in Europe, actively working on issues such as civic education, human rights defense, and advocating the rule of democracy.

ENSIE network

ensieAs Secretary-General of SENS network, IDC joined the ENSIE network, which brings together
31 national and regional organizations from 25 European countries. The aim of the network is to represent, maintain and develop the network of social enterprises engaged in the integration of hard-to-employ and marginalized groups. ENSI works to strengthen the capacity of encouraging cooperation and partnerships, promoting best practices, and participating in defining European policy in the field of social exclusion. Since 2011, ENSI is recognized as a key partner of the European Commission in the area of social inclusion of marginalized groups.

SENS Network

SENS is a network of the social economy of Serbia and the only national network that brings together social enterprises. IDC as the Secretary-General of the network is trying to maintain, supplement and monitor the development of the network, which now numbers 38 members. The network aims to provide members education, expert advice, and promotion in all phases of starting and running a business. By combining and sharing knowledge and experience of social enterprises become stronger, more visible, and influential.

KoRSE – Coalition for solidarity economy development

IDC is a co-founder of the Coalition for the development and promotion of social entrepreneurship, along with TRAG Foundation , European Movement in Serbia, Group 484, and Smart Kolektiv. Since 2019, it has been formally registered as the Coalition for solidarity economy development and functions in that capacity today. The coalition works to establish a sustainable society based on an economy driven by social interests, not profit, which enables the economic, social and political inclusion of citizens.

IRIS network

Since 2015, IDC is a member of the regional network IRIS (Improving Social Ser1655936_251642658347377_2045535029_nvices), which brings together over 200 members of civil society organizations from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Albania and Kosovo. IRIS network is the only regional network linking civil society organizations that provide social services in the region of Southeast Europe. It was formed with an aim to enable the exchange of knowledge and experiences and strengthen non-profit organizations’ social service providers and help them get identified as equal partners by the public sector.


The network of social protection service providers in Serbia, KONEKTA, was founded by 28 organizations and institutions and 6 affiliated members. The Network’s mission is to improve the protection of the most vulnerable citizens by increasing the scope, variety and quality of social protection services on the territory of the Republic of Serbia through support for raising the capacity of service providers.


Volonteurope is an international network whose goal is the promotion of volunteerism, active citizenship and social justice in Europe and beyond. Volonteurope currently has over 50 members in more than 20 countries across Europe.


Youth4Change is an international network of non-governmental organizations that advocates, develops and shares operational practices for the social and professional integration of vulnerable and excluded young people.

Anti-Poverty Network Serbia

IDC is also a member of the Anti-Poverty Network Serbia. Through the Poverty Reduction Network, we are part of the EAPN international network, Europe’s largest network of national, regional, and local networks, involving anti-poverty NGOs and grassroots groups as well as European Organisations, active in the fight against poverty and social exclusion. It was established in 1990.


WANGO – The World Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (WANGO) is an international organization uniting NGOs worldwide in the cause of advancing peace and global well being. WANGO helps to provide the mechanism and support needed for NGOs to connect, partner, share, inspire, and multiply their contributions to solve humanity’s basic problems.