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Peer review in Serbia: how to strengthen human resources policy

Belgrade, Serbia 18-20 October 2022
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Professional development is a central component of human resources development, and it plays a crucial role in ensuring that civil servants are prepared, motivated and capable to perform their tasks, especially at the local level

Professional development is a central component of human resources development, and it plays a crucial role in ensuring that civil servants are prepared, motivated and capable to perform their tasks, especially at the local level

Professional development is a central component of human resources development, and it plays a crucial role in ensuring that civil servants are prepared, motivated and capable to perform their tasks, especially at the local level.

On 18-20 October 2022, the Joint European Union – Council of Europe Programme “Human Resources Management in Local Self-Government – Phase 2” held a Peer Review in Serbia. The aim was to support the Serbian National Academy of Public Administration in analysing the current framework, exchange views and provide recommendations on how to improve it.

The peers from Austria, Germany, Latvia, Spain and United Kingdom, in cooperation with the Council of Europe experts, met with representatives of the main national stakeholders and of local self-governments in order to discuss several issues, such as the standardisation, quality control and evaluation of professional development programmes, the accreditation and recruitment of trainers, and the identification of innovative training methodologies.

The main conclusions and recommendations of the peers will be included in a Report and shared with the Serbian beneficiaries.


The Programme “Human Resource Management in Local Self-Government – Phase 2” is jointly funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe and implemented by the Centre of Expertise for Good Governance in cooperation with the Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self-Government and the Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities