Photo: Drew McLellan (Flickr).Photo: Drew McLellan (Flickr)

Successful individuals living in Serbia and working on the international market via the internet, have shared their experiences in order to encourage others to follow in their footsteps.

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Photo: European Parliament.

As the world marks International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the Norwegian embassy is continuing its support for projects to reduce gender and family violence.

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Photo: Jess Liotta and Colin Liotta (Flickr).

Belgrade’s Centre for Care of Infants, Children and Adolescents and the organization “Mirna Kuca” are using Montessori method to help and allow disabled children to develop independence in all areas according to their inner psychological orientation.

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Photo: Belgrade Drama Theater.

After big success in Belgrade, the play “Abused”, based on true confessions of women victims of gender based violence, is coming to four towns across Serbia - Nis, Leskovac, Novi Sad and Zrenjanin.

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Photo: John (Flickr).

12 women, who were facing discrimination and violence, have officially become licensed yoga instructors, paving the way for their economic independence.

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Human Right House - opening ceremony

Five Serbian NGOs dealing with human rights have got a big and modern space to promote social a political culture fostering pluralism and equality.

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Photo: Fabio Duma on Flickr.

„Lično, ne bih imao ništa protiv da krivca vidim kako visi na banderi na centralnom trgu zbog onoga što je učinio. Ali, na dan kada je doneta presuda bio sam ponosan što živim u zemlji gde moja želja za osvetom ne definiše, niti utiče na pravosudni sistem“, reči su Aslaka Sire Mihre, direktora Doma literature u Oslu u prvom nastavku četvorodelne serije koju je pripremio Milan Marjanović.

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