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Serbian Gov't supports development of social entrepreneurship

31. October 2010. | 14:51

Source: Emg.rs

Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic said today that the Serbian government supports the development of social entrepreneurship, primarily by creating an appropriate legal framework that will enable the functioning of social enterprises.

Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic said today that the Serbian government supports the development of social entrepreneurship, primarily by creating an appropriate legal framework that will enable the functioning of social enterprises.

Opening the Business forum at “2010 Social entrepreneurship tour”, Cvetkovic underlined that social entrepreneurship is one of the ways to establish a more balanced regional development and even employment of all categories of society.

He underlined that the government is doing everything to facilitate the employment of those who find it more difficult to find a job, and the first step in this is defining social enterprises by the Law on professional rehabilitation and employment of persons with disabilities.

The Prime Minister specified that the application of this law in last year and a half allowed for employment of 5,000 persons with disabilities.

He stressed that companies should understand this law as social responsibility and give the persons with disabilities a chance to work.

Cvetkovic explained that most of these people work in NGO sector and it is necessary to increase their employment in the public sector, on which the government will continue working.

The winner of 2006 Nobel peace prize Muhammad Yunus is attending the forum, as well as representatives of around 50 Serbian companies.

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