Presentation by Mr. Bozidar Dakic, Director of the Republican Institute for Social Protection, Government of Serbia

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Interesting country example: Respect for the family and realizing the right of children with disabilities to be included in the community in Serbia – prevention, inter-sectoriality and overall lessons …

Interesting country example: Respect for the family and realizing the right of children with disabilities to be included in the community in Serbia – prevention, inter-sectoriality and overall lessons learned from child care reform
From 4th Child Protection Forum in Tajikistan, 2013.

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  • 1. Dushanbe, Tajikistan August 3, 2013 Mr Bozidar Dakic, Manging Director Republic Institute for Social Protection
  • 2. Local municipalities /Local services 140 centers 85 Institutions 4 centers
  • 3. Year Measure / Action / Document 2005 Social Welfare Development Strategy adopted 2006 Administrative gate-keeping to residential placement introduced 2007 Establishment of Institutes for Social Protection Analysis of child-protection system conducted 2008 Reform of centres for social work introduced
  • 4. Year Measure / Action / Document 2008 Establishment of the Centre for fostering and adoption 2009 Development and adoption of the Master plan for transformation of residential institutions for children  Sets national targets (to reduce residential capacities by 50% in 5 years) as well as targets at the level of individual institutions – FOCUS on children with disability  Based on the analysis of local and regional needs and capacities  Includes Work plan for implementation and it is followed by cost analysis for priority institutions  Provides inputs for further development of foster care and other ‘leaving care’ modalities (such as supported living)  Developed with strong participation of decision-makers (central, local), institutions’ managers and professionals
  • 5. System approach to reforms – key milestones Year Measure / Action / Document 2010 - 2013 More focused support to development of CBS for children with disability and their families Supporting less developed municipalities to get access to funds to develop services for children with disability Focus on the most marginalized children and their families (rural areas, multiple / moderate / severe disability) Capacity building of service providers to run services in line with national service standards Capacity building of municipal authorities to establish and commission community services in line with the social welfare law,
  • 6. System approach to reforms – key milestones Year Measure / Action / Document 2011 New Social Welfare Law adopted Banning institutional placement for children 0-3 Residential capacity of individual institutions limited to 50 Licensing of professionals and service providers introduced System of service standardization established Plurality of service providers promoted Controlling / supervisory function of the Ministry strengthened Special-purpose funds for CBS from national level (ear-marked transfers) introduced to support less developed municipalities and those where there is an institution in the process of transformation
  • 7. System approach to reforms – Results
  • 8. System approach to reforms – Results
  • 9. System approach to reforms – Results
  • 10. System approach to reforms – Conserns
  • 11. System approach to reforms Lessons Learned
  • 12. The way forward