Milan Aleksic

Milan Aleksić: A mistake of state institutions does not imply a permit for the media to continue violating the privacy of victims

Milan Aleksić: A mistake of state institutions does not imply a permit for the media to continue violating the privacy of victims

Four years have passed since the adoption of the Law on Personal Data Protection in Serbia, but there are still misinterpretations about the application of this act by certain institutions, i.e. about the need to consistently and adequately protect citizens’ personal data.

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As much as 74 percent of girls victims of violence in Serbia haven’t sought help

As much as 74 percent of girls victims of violence in Serbia haven’t sought help

J. D.danas 14.25

Photo: Medija centar Beograd

As part of the global campaign 16 Days of Activism against Violence against Women, "Moms rule" and "Roads of Education" organized today in the Media Center an open discussion about men’s violence against girls and women.

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Combating Human Trafficking in Serbia: In 2019, we are still speaking about things that should have been long since eradicated

Human trafficking in Serbia – misconceptions, challenges and progress

In 2018, a total of 76 human trafficking victims have been identified in Serbia – 34 out of whom for the purpose of sexual exploitation, and 18 for the purpose of forced labor – shows, among other things, the U.S. Department of State 2019 Trafficking in Persons Report.

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It is time for the integration of migrants into Serbian society

It is time for the integration of migrants into Serbian society

Institutions in Serbia can no longer treat migrants from Middle East as if they are passing through our territory, but need to take responsibility for their integration into Serbian society.

Belgrade, December 18, 2017, 23:25

That is the message of today’s conference of the Association for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings “Atina” and Konrad Adenauer Foundation in the Media Center.

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Migrants staying in Serbia 10 months on average, the state is to create conditions for their integration

Serbia should work on creating conditions for long-term support and integration of refugees and migrants, as they are not simply in transit any longer, but are staying in the country for up to 10 months on average - this is the conclusion of the presented research Opportunities and obstacles for the inclusion of refugees and migrants into the main streams of society in Serbia.

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Opportunities and obstacles for the inclusion of refugees and migrants into the main streams of society in Serbia

On Monday, December 18, at 11 o’clock, in the small hall of the Media Center, there was a presentation of the results of a research “Opportunities and obstacles for the inclusion of refugees and migrants into the main streams of society in Serbia” (Protection of refugees and migrants in Serbia from 2015 to 2017). The research represents an overview of data on the position of migrants and refugees in Serbia, with a special focus on the rights of women among the migrant population.

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