Results of the Call for project proposals for regional grants for addressing migrant smuggling prevention and/or the protection of smuggled migrants
The seven-member Selection Committee has decided to support 6 projects in the Western Balkan, within the project Security for People and Borders - Combating Smuggling of Migrants in the Western Balkans. The project is implemented with the European Union funds.
CALL FOR PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR REGIONAL GRANTS for addressing migrant smuggling prevention and/or the protection of smuggled migrants
CALL FOR PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR REGIONAL GRANTS for addressing migrant smuggling prevention and/or the protection of smuggled migrants Security for Human Beings and Borders – Combating Smuggling of Migrants in the Western Balkans
We continue to strengthen response to combating migrant smuggling in the Western Balkans
National trainings on the prevention of smuggling of migrants, that were designed for representatives of the ministries for interior, Public prosecution offices (PPOs), the reception centers for asylum seekers and migrants, as well as for the representatives of relevant civil…
SCHOOL GRANTS AS GOOD PRACTICE EXAMPLES IN INTERCULTURAL COOPERATION
Since 2017, the Service of the Coordination Body of the Government of the Republic of Serbia for Preševo, Bujanovac and Medveđa and Group 484 have been implementing the project “Our City, Our Schools” in cooperation with two secondary schools and…
Modern circus in Krnjaca i Bogovadja
Owing to the support of our partners Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit-GIZ, the regional project Preventing and Combating Trafficking in Human Beings in the Western Balkans - PaCT, in November we implemented two occupation-sports activities in the asylum centres in…
“A Life without Compromise for Art and Peace. Jelena Šantić: essays, records, and comments”
As part of the 54/55 Bitef Festival, we presented the edition of Group 484 and the Jelena Šantić Foundation entitled “A Life without Compromise for Art and Peace. Jelena Šantić: essays, records, and comments”, by Amra Latifić.
TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR EXTERNAL REVIEW OF THE PROJECTS IN NORTH MACEDONIA, MONTENEGRO AND SERBIA SUPPORTED BY NORWAY AND IMPLEMENTED BY THE GROUP 484 FROM 2015 TO 2021
The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade has provided support to the Group 484 since 2012 to foster civil society organisations engagement in the policy monitoring and advocacy efforts in the field of asylum and migration, which then should contribute to…
Results of the “Let’s try to see” campaign – about positive and negative reactions
The “Let’s Try to See” campaign, carried out by Group 484 during June and July 2021, resulted in accentuating the positive aspects of migration to our country, focusing on the human potential of everyone, regardless of their country of origin.