Projects

GENDER IN ACADEMIA AND FAMILY LIFE

The project aims to tackle the main problems and challenges of starting an academic and scientific career and their compatibility with family life and obligations of women.

OUT OF SIGHT: POVERTY, RURALITY, GENDER

CELAP continues to work on the bridging of the communication between all important actors in the system of

BUILDING AND STRENGHTENING FAMILY-SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP

The project “Building and strengthening family-school partnership” is realized by the Center for Ethics, Law and Applied Philosophy together with the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade. Implementation of the project is financially supported by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade.

The project runs until the end of 2015 and aims to raise the level of gender inclusiveness in primary education in Serbia. This includes the realization of the accredited seminar “All Our Identities” for class teachers and subject teachers in elementary school, as well as teachers of elective and facultative subjects and associates. The project also includes seminar of the same title for parents.

Center for Ethics, Law and Applied Philosophy is a host organization for the Roma Placement Program

Center for Ethics, Law and Applied Philosophy (CELAP) is the partner of the Center for Policy Studies (CPS) within Central European University (CEU) in the Roma Placement Program. The program is intended to help young Roma MA and PhD graduates to build their professional skills and promote their engagement in public affairs in different CSOs in Serbia and Macedonia. The Roma Placement Program is financially supported by the National Endowment for Democracy (USA).

In the process of identifying beneficiaries a call was announced separately for the hosting organizations and for the Roma graduates. The candidates were carefully reviewed and the applications of various organizations were considered in the matchmaking process.

Gender that Matters: Poverty and Social Inclusion – Social Protection Status in Rural Kosovo* and Serbia

Project “Gender that Matters: Poverty and Social Inclusion – Social Protection Status in Rural Kosovo and Serbia” intends to explore the current situation in the field of social services for the people living in rural areas and possibilities for improving the social protection system in Kosovo and Serbia.

Researchers and scholars from the Center for Communities Development (Kosovska Mitrovica) and the Center for Ethics, Law and Applied Philosophy (Belgrade) have teamed up with the task of identifying the needs of marginalized groups in rural areas in access to social services, as well as identifying the needs of government and non-governmental organizations that provide social assistance for those groups of people.