Steering Committee Meeting Held on the Project "Citizens for Inspection Reform"
On 30th June, 2014 the first meeting of the Steering Committee was held on the framework of the project entitled "Citizens for Inspection Reform – towards an effective system of inspection in Serbia"
On 30th June, 2014 the first meeting of the Steering Committee was held on the framework of the project entitled "Citizens for Inspection Reform – towards an effective system of inspection in Serbia". This initial meeting was held in the Headquarters of the Centre for Democracy Foundation. The aim of this project is to contribute to the greater involvement of civil society organisations in the reform of public administration and community development by advocating for inspection reform. Our intention is to publicly point out the need for reform in the inspection system; to involve the public and civil society organisations in the debate on this important subject, in order to highlight the issues we are faced with.
Given that this issue is one of great importance, concerning stakeholders at the local and national levels, as well as at the level of the state, the business sector and donators, an advisory board which includes prominent representatives from all of these sectors has been formed and included in the project.
In addition to the introduction of the meeting and presentation of the project, the committee members had the opportunity to hear from the Secretary General of the Foundation Ms. Nataša Vučković, who informed the members of all the activities thus far implemented. Ms. Nataša Nikolić, an expert in the field of labour law presented to those in attendance, the Report on Labour Inspection which was composed based on inspection reports from 2012. After a short debate concerning the report, most of the discussion was focused on the advisory role of inspections and how to repair this segment. In addition, participants made suggestions on how to coordinate our activities with other processes that are happening in our society, parallel to this. Activities that will be implemented over the summer months were agreed upon and a framework for research was established. The next Consultative Committee Meeting was scheduled for September, 2014.
In attendance at the meeting were representatives from the Faculty of Political Sciences, the Union Faculty, the International Labour Organisation, the Serbian Association of Employers, the Foundation for New Communications Dokukino, the Confederation of Autonomous Trade Unions of Serbia, the Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities, as well as experts from the Centre for Democracy. The project is being implemented in partnership with the Foundation for New Communications Dokukino and is being supported financially by the European Union.
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