The most successful projects from 2004 to 2014.
2014: Contribution of local self-governments to negotiations on the accession of Serbia to the EU
In 2014, the Centre for Democracy Foundation is implementing the project "Contribution of local self-governments to negotiations on the accession of Serbia to the EU" with the support of the Olof Palme International Centre.
2014: More effective role of labour inspection in combating undeclared employment
Within the framework of the three-year programme for Dignified Work implemented by the Solidar Suisse Belgrade Office, the Centre for Democracy Foundation has realised the "More effective role of labour inspection in combating undeclared employment" project.
2013: "Equal at work"
In 2013, the Center for Democracy Foundation launched and implemented the "Equal at Work" project. The aim of the project was to strengthen capacities of local CSOs and promote their role in representing interests and voicing the concerns of women in the labour market, including, terms and conditions of employment, exercise of their labour rights and self-employment opportunities in their local communities.
2013: "Towards the EU membership negotiations – the role of the local communities" (2013)
During the course of 2013, the Centre for Democracy Foundation with the support of the Olof Palme International Centre implemented the project entitled "Towards the EU membership negotiations – the role of the local communities".
2013: "Stop corruption that threatens decent work"
At the beginning of 2013, The Centre for Democracy Foundation launched a project entitled "Stop corruption that threatens decent work"...
2013: "Towards More Efficient Prevention of Undeclared Work and Shadow Economy"
In 2013, Centre for Democracy Foundation implemented the project "Towards More Efficient Prevention of Undeclared Work and Shadow Economy"...
2012-2013: "Decent Work for All"
In 2012 and 2013, the ‘Decent Work for All’ project encouraged and empowered the public to effectively fight for workers’ rights; and at the same time, we united all those crucial in the fight for better and more decent working conditions in Serbia, which was our main objective.
2012: "The strenght of experience"
In the wake of all this and Europe’s Year of Active Ageing, the Centre for Democracy Foundation launched the "The strenght of experience – Stop age discrimination and support active aging" project in 2012.
2012: "We decide together" (2012)
For many years the Foundation has been working with local communities, and in continuation of that tradition, in 2012, it implemented the "We decide together" project, supported by the Olof Palme International Centre...
2011-2012: "Decent Work Balkan Network"
"Decent Work Balkan Network – putting equality and solidarity at the heart of EU integration" was a two-year regional project (2011-2012) financially supported by the EU.
The people and security - Basic elements and stakeholders in the implementation of the concept of human security (2012)
European values and policies in the local community (2006-2012)
The Politeia - School for politics and civil society studies (2009, 2011)
We all have the right to a safe working environment (2010)
Slovak - Serbian EU Enlargement Fund (2009-2010)
Women, employment vs poverty (2008-2009)
Easier and faster way to employment (2008)
Belgrade in 1968: 40 years later (2008)
Diplomacy and Parliament (2008)
Holcim and CDF (2007-2008)
The power of Social Responsibility – The state, business and the public together in the protection of economic and social rights (2007-2008)
The return of women to the labour market (2006-2007)
The road to democracy through effective policy (2006)
Democratic parties and European social democracy (2006)
"Fund to support civil society" - the Foundation as an administrative partner of the EAR (2006)
- 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
- Public Health Standards and EU Chapter 28