Well-organised and coordinated social protection services and measures extended and implemented in the local communities in which the migrants are living are prerequisite for ensuring the social protection of migrants and their social inclusion. Countries across the world, including Serbia, reaffirmed their commitment to this principle by adopting the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration. In this document, adopted in 2018, the States committed to establishing or maintaining non-discriminatory national social protection systems, including social protection floors for nationals and migrants, in line with Recommendation 202 of the International Labour Organization.
The existing protection models were assessed in a participatory research, the results of which are presented in this publication. This publication was developed within the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights (BCHR) project “Towards sustainable community-based protection for vulnerable migrants in Serbia,” supported by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Swiss Government.
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