The importance of regular and appropriate waste management during the current COVID-19 pandemics is becoming even more important, especially as the amount of medical waste is significantly increasing even in households (namely protective gloves and masks), which is then mixed and deposited together with household waste. Thanks to the prompt reaction from the International Solid Waste Association (ISWA) and its members, a series of short messages on the protection of workers in this sector and proper waste handling and management is prepared as to contribute to public health protection in emergency situations. The German Development Cooperation Project “Climate Sensitive Waste Management (DKTI)” implemented by GIZ, in cooperation with its long-term partners the Serbian Solid Waste Association (SeSWA) and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (CCIS), supported this initiative and contributed in the preparation and distribution of this material. On the following link we like to ..
Entretien téléphonique entre le président de la République, M. Emmanuel Macron, et le chef de l'Etat serbe, M. Aleksandar Vucic. - Relations diplomatiques / Source : La France en Serbie (https://rs.ambafrance.org)
Сообщение Трансляция обращения Президента Российской Федерации В.В.Путина появились сначала на Руски дом.
Quai d'Orsay – Déclaration de l'Allemagne, de la Belgique, du Danemark, de l'Espagne, de la Finlande, de la France, de la Grèce, de l'Irlande, de l'Italie, de la Lettonie, du Luxembourg, des Pays-Bas, du Portugal et de la Suède (2 avril 2020) - Covid-19 / Source : La France en Serbie (https://rs.ambafrance.org)
In 2007, having recognised the need for equal opportunities and combating poverty in society, the United Nations Assembly declared 20 February the World Day of Social Justice. This is to remind us that solidarity is possible only if we behave responsibly towards the most vulnerable social groups, such as people with disabilities. We spoke with Kristina Dragišić, the Manager of the Daily Centre Caritas, about how we care for them, how we help them integrate into society and the working environment and how we can help them improve their quality of life. People in vulnerable social groups face prejudice and stereotypes every day and are often branded as different. How can we support them and help them integrate into society and the working environment? Indeed, Serbian society is still prejudiced about people with mental or intellectual disabilities, the elderly and the disabled. These people often fall victim to social stigma. It is imperative to actively try and change this reality. Th..
Creating equal opportunities for a better life and welfare of the members of vulnerable social groups is a precondition of modern society. In 2007, the United Nations Assembly declared 20 February the World Day of Social Justice, as a reminder of solidarity with and responsibility towards those who need support from a wider community, such as people who need palliative care. We talked to Vera Madžgalj, the CEO of BELhospice, about the position of BELhospice in the social and health care systems. Some of the topics we covered were the types of social services available in Serbia within palliative care, the challenges for professionals and ways of supporting the families of palliative care patients. What is palliative care? Palliative care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing an untreatable illness, by way of prevention and relief of suffering through early identification and precise assessment and treatment of pain and other issues – p..
Bereavement counselling is given to all family members equally‚ YES/NO Only professionals should tell children the truth YES/NO A social worker is part of the basic palliative care system YES/NO Understanding a family as a system helps understand the behaviour of its members YES/NO In the mini-quiz above, you can test your knowledge about palliative care, specialised care for people with serious illness. Palliative care is in its infancy in Serbia. To educate social workers about it, courses are held across the region. The Centre for Palliative Care BELhospice held a two-day course in Sremska Mitrovica on 30 and 31 January 2020. It was attended by professionals from Šid, Lajkovac, Mionica, Ruma and Pančevo. Palliative care is provided to patients with terminal illnesses, from cancer, severe heart disease, neurological diseases, dementia, and AIDS to children with disabilities and the elderly, together with their family members. Statistics show that 20,000 patients die from cancer and..
En cette période de confinement, une vidéo qui vous propose un aperçu des intérieurs de l'ambassade, construite en 1932 selon les plans de l'architecte français Roger-Henri Expert et inaugurée en 1935. - Vie de l'Ambassade / Source : La France en Serbie (https://rs.ambafrance.org)
УНИКАЛЬНЫЙ ПРОЕКТ «ДОРОГА ПАМЯТИ» УВЕКОВЕЧИВАЕТ ПАМЯТЬ О WWII И ДОПОЛНЯЕТ СЕМЕЙНЫЕ АРХИВЫ Не так давно всенародный грандиозный проект – «ДОРОГА ПАМЯТИ» стартовал в России. К 75-летию Победы создается уникальный мультимедийный музейный комплекс, призванный увековечить память не только обо всех участниках Великой Отечественной войны со стороны бывшего СССР, но и о миллионах сражавшихся бок о бок с ними союзниках: французах, англичанах, чехах, сербах, монголах, испанцах, греках, бельгийцах, хорватах, алжирцах, евреях и добровольцах из других государств. Проекту планируется придать общемировой масштаб. Он объединит множество фотографий фронтовиков и работников оборонных предприятий различных стран, партизан и жителей блокадных городов, сотрудников учреждений культуры и военных корреспондентов – всех, кто самоотверженно сражался и трудился в огненные годы войны, отстаивая свою землю от фашистских полчищ. Презентация проекта Работы по возведению мультимедийного музея полным ходом уже ведут..
Through the project “Dialogue on Employment Creation, Initiative and Dual Education” (DECIDE) German government provides equipment for two studios where classes for distance learning will be filmed. Like their peers in many countries around the world, students in Serbia have not been attending schools in the past two weeks due to coronavirus outbreak. But that does not mean that their education has been stopped. On the contrary, Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development has developed a digital platform for distance teaching. Classes are being continuously filmed and broadcasted daily on national television channel so that there is no major interruption in educational process. Specific challenge in these hard times is organization of work-based learning that should take place in companies cooperating with schools in dual education. To overcome this, school teachers and company instructors join their forces and take part in filming teaching units both in com..