CAMPAIGN FOR BETTER UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE MIGRANTS AND LOCAL POPULATION IN SERBIA
Local campaigns to support the integration of migrants have begun in seven cities with the largest number of migrants in Serbia, Subotica, Sremska Mitrovica, Sid, Belgrade, Nis, Vranje and Presevo, Civil society organizations from these cities will, together with local networks for supporting refugee integration, organize activities to reduce the social distance between the local and migrant population and point to the needs and problems of migrants. The meeting of representatives of NGOs and city institutions on the issue of reducing the distance between migrants and the local population was held in NiS today. Nis City Council Member for Social Care Issues Tijana Djordjevic Ilic said that the city, in accordance with its possibilities, helped the inclusion of migrant children in elementary schools and that many children from migrant families attended classes at the school in Bela Palanka. So far, 2200 migrants have passed through the center in Divljana, and 8 babies were born.