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Capturing „New Perspectives“ in Serbia

Darko Nikolić

25.05.2017 — Local news Serbia

Swiss Cooperation Office in Serbia in collaboration with the Mikser Festival has organised a photo contest “New Perspectives”. The aim of the contest was to visually present a vision that young people in Serbia have for the future. The Mikser Festival 2017 focused on establishing new relationships between the urban environment, society, art, nature and technology to form four main festival topics – migration, education in motion, the factory of culture, nature of the city.

Easier to jobs for youth in Kragujevac

Swiss Ambassador Philippe Guex speech at the Opening of the E2E Launch in Kragujevac

14.03.2017 — Media release Serbia

Youth in Kragujevac, who are looking for jobs, as well as companies that are in need of  training programs for their development, can benefit of the four years long Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) program „Znanjem do posla“ (From Education to Employment) as to ease the access to modern methods of vocational skills development. In five pilot municipalities in Serbia, the Program will provide to youth  free access to vocational skills development programs required by the companies, gain first working experience and that way increase their chances to get a job. The companies will be in a position to receive expert support as to develop modern vocational skills development programs for their employees in order to have qualified work force as one of the key preconditions for further business development.

Serbia: where taxes bring warmth

13.01.2017 — Media release Serbia

In a joint project the SDC and its partners are working on improving the collection of property taxes in eastern Serbia with the aim of using the funds for infrastructure projects. An example of such a project is the installation of new, sustainable heating systems in a secondary school in Boljevac.

Serbia’s Solution for Improved Debt Management

12.10.2016 — Article Serbia

(Webarticle by the World Bank

When Branko Drcelic was appointed head of the Serbian Public Debt Administration (PDA) in 2012, he had his work cut out for him. He was determined to build a best-in-class, market-competitive public debt management operation.

Mayors of Belgrade and Berne visited GSP “Belgrade”

12.02.2016 — Media release Serbia

The Mayor of Belgrade, Sinisa Mali, and the Mayor of Berne, Alexander Tschäppät, visited the Public Transportation Company (GSP) “Belgrade” on February 12th, 2016, and participated in the promo ride with one of the donated Swiss trams from GSP’s Depot to Belgrade Cooperative building.

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