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Subject: Social security (general standards) - Month updated: September 2022

  1. Serbia - Social security (general standards) - Law, Act

    Law on Social Card, 2021. - Parliament website

    Adoption: 2021 | Date of entry into force: 2021-02-19 | SRB-2021-L-113430

    The social card is a single register that contains information about the individual and his or her related persons with regard to his or her social and economic status, data on the type of social protection rights and services that the person uses or has used, as well as data on the official persons who have directed, i.e. decided, the individual rights. The social and economic status of the individual and persons related to him, includes data about their family, educational, psycho-physical, labour law, property and health status, which have an impact on realization rights and services from social protection. It applies from March 1, 2022.

  2. Serbia - Social security (general standards) - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulation of 15 October 2014 on measures of social inclusion of beneficiaries of cash social benefits. - Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs

    Adoption: 2014-10-15 | SRB-2014-R-113459

    These measures can be, inter alia, 1) education by including users in a certain educational level (formal education), 2) acquisition of knowledge and skills through the organization of trainings, courses, etc. (informal education), 3) employment, or 5) socially useful work, that is, work in the local community.

  3. Serbia - Social security (general standards) - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulation of 26 May 2011 on incomes and revenues that affect the realization of the right to financial social assistance. - Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs

    Adoption: 2011-05-26 | SRB-2011-R-113457


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