International Day for the Eradication of Poverty Through the Implementation of the SDGs
On the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, celebrated 17 October, the Center for Democracy Foundation indicates that, as in previous years, the most vulnerable category of the unemployed are single parents with children, families with three or more children and those over the age of 65 living alone. The trend toward the feminisation of poverty of those over the age of 65 also continues.
The Center for Democracy Foundation marked the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty via its Sustainable Development for All project. We are working on the dissemination of knowledge, the inclusion of all actors and proposals related to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) towards achieving the following objectives: 1. No Poverty, 2. No Hunger, 3. Good Health and Well-being, 4. Quality Education, 5. Gender Equality.
The first social pillar is being coordinated with the Ana and Vlade Divac Foundation. The second pillar is being covered by CEVES (Center for Advanced Economic Studies), and the third is being coordinated by the Belgrade Open School and the Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence.
We wish to impact great change within our society as most of the issues we currently face are now turning into mutual issues faced by all societies worldwide. SDGs is the most comprehensive programme today that offers solutions to the global problems we are all facing. For this reason it is important that the application of the SDGs be visible to our population, especially those who are most vulnerable.
This project has been implemented with the support of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.
Center for Democracy Foundation
- Publication: Social Impact of Public Policies
- Regional Youth Compact for Europe - Project Report
- SDGs for ALL Project Brochure
- Serbia 2030: Development priorities – the non-state sector report
- Youth Transformative Potential in the EU Integration Processes and Post-Covid-19 Developments in the Western Balkans (Comparative Study)
- Democracy and EU enlargement in the Western Balkans: Can there be one without the other?
- Policy recommendation: Eradicating Poverty as Serbia’s Number One Strategy
- Policy Recommendation: Fulfilment of International Labour Organisation Standards as a Precondition of Sustainable Development in Serbia
- Serbia 2030: Readiness for implementation of the 2030 Agenda
- LABOUR MARKET AND EMPLOYMENT - SUMMARY REPORT
- Public Sector Ban on Employment – Issues and Recommendations
- Do we have the right to cultural rights?
- The Rule of Law in the Chapter 19 - Social Policy and Employment
- Summary 2020 Report OPC
- Analysis II Summary Action Plan for Chapter 19
- Young People and Active Employment Policy Measures
- The Work of the Freelancer
- Availability of Education in Serbia – Main Issues and Recommendations