Social Inclusion


Fast facts - gender

Equality between women and men is not just a goal in itself: it is a precondition for the fulfilment of human rights and human development in general, and of the overall EU objectives in regard to growth, employment and social cohesion, in particular. In Montenegro, complex economic, social andmore


Fast facts - social inclusion

Social exclusion in Montenegro predominantly affects vulnerable groups such as: poor and deprived, the long term unemployed, elderly, low-income pensioners, persons with disabilities, refugees and internally displaced persons, HIV/AIDS affected, Roma and Egyptian minorities, etc. Combating povertymore


Handbook on Non-State Social Service Delivery Models

Handbook on Non-State Social Service Delivery Models focuses on social contracting – financing support to CSOs for the delivery of social services to the most vulnerable and marginalised which should be provided at the community level. The Handbook is designed for national and local authorities,more


Study on durable solutions for Konik residents

Within the "Durable solution for refugees, displaced and domiciled Roma in Montenegro Project”, funded by the Multi Partner Trust Fund,  a comprehensive research was conducted on various life aspects of residents of Konik, the suburb of Montenegrin capitalmore


Study on family violence and violence against women

The study draws attention to perceptions, intensity and forms of family violence and violence against women in Montenegro. The aim of the research was to offer constructive proposals for better understanding of this phenomenon, and to offer recommendations for an efficient response of all actors inmore


Advancing social inclusion through improved institutional responsiveness and servicing for the most vulnerable, for all men and women to enjoy the quality life and reach their full potential.


Our goal is to help Montenegro overcome poverty, social exclusion and gender inequality, thus accelerating the country’s EU integration agenda.