The Child Rights Centre is an association of citizens established in 1997 with the main aim of implementing child rights in Serbia in accordance with the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The main course of action of the Centre is aimed at creating a favourable social and legislative framework for the full achievement of child rights in Serbia through activities focused on the introduction and implementation of laws policies and practices that enable the improvement of the welfare of the child, the protection of their rights and their full participation in society.
The Children and Youth Support Organisation – Pomoc Deci is a non-governmental non-profit making organisation established in 2004 which promotes quality care and education for children and their parents and youth involvement and activism. Pomoc Deci is also active in the prevention and protection of children and youth trafficking.
MODS advocates for the exercise of the children’s rights and the increase of social inclusion and development of an inclusive society. It focuses on the reduction of child poverty the improvement of access and quality of formal and informal education and culture, health, environment and child protection. Other MODS’ areas of work include protection against child abuse, neglect exploitation and violence, and the promotion of greater funding allocations. MODS also promotes a greater participation of civil society organisations and youth in defining policies for children, by strengthening their capacities and establishing the channels of communication between the Network and local, regional and central government.
Eurochild member MODS asked the Government to act quickly by establishing a body to protect vulnerable children from Covid-19 crisis. In December 2020, The Network of Organizations for Children of…