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German Information Centre on Migration, Training and Employment, Belgrade (KIRS)

German Information Centre on Migration, Training and Employment, Belgrade (KIRS)

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German Information Centre on Migration, Training and Employment

Additional counseling service only for returnees, at the premises of the Republic Commissioner for Refugees and Migration (KIRS)

Gavrila Principa 16
11000 Belgrade

We are available for customers from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on weekdays by appointment.
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Our team for your questions

Marija Bogdanovic manages the DIMAK advice centre and as part of her role has overall responsibility for two global programmes, Programme Migration for Development (PME) and Programme Migration & Diaspora (PMD).  

Svjetlana Djokic, coordinator of the global Programme Migration for Development (PME) in Serbia, leads a team of professionals with many years of experience in the field of return and reintegration, including employment and social policy measures, which are at your disposal.

You are kindly invited to learn about the range of successful reintegration experiences of returnees from Germany and other EU countries. You can also be one of them!

DIMAK advisors for return and reintegration will gladly advise you on:

  • reintegration opportunities into the Serbian labour market
  • professional qualification
  • start-up of a business 
  • psychosocial counselling

As a part of support provided by the Programme “Migration & Diaspora” (PMD), DIMAK also offers advisory services on: 

  • Information on the dangers of irregular migration and the conditions for regular migration
  • The German Skilled Labour Immigration Act

Country experiences

My new start in Serbia

Twice now I’ve emigrated to Germany and then returned to Serbia. Thanks to DIMAK, I’ve finally found an opportunity in Serbia. Things are now a lot better for my family and me, even if it's not easy.

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From the streets to a better life

Albert was a street kid. It took a lot of staying power and support from the Center for Youth Integration for him to attend college and move into an apartment, but now he’s working in catering and has big plans for his daughter.

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Two women fruit growers join forces

Jasmina and Milica became self-employed fruit growers to make a better life for themselves and their families in Serbia. The German Information Centre on Migration, Training and Employment (DIMAK) helped these two women.

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A future for my son and opportunities for others

I was supported by the German Information Centre on Migration, Training and Employment (DIMAK) and its partner organisation HELP to set up my therapy practise “Senzor Gym”. This is where I help disabled children to learn motor skills.

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Firmly established as a physiotherapist

I received help in 2019 to open a physiotherapy practice in Serbia. I’m really happy now. You can also realise your ambitions in your own country.

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“My work gives me financial security”

I’ve successfully set up a cleaning service in Serbia.

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Using your own company to create new opportunities

My name is Saša. I was born in Kruševac in central Serbia and have returned there after several years in Germany. Because in the meantime I was able to start my own company in Serbia – something I'd always dreamed of doing. But I also received some support. This is my story:

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Safety and a family

My name is Safet and I come from Serbia. After working in my homeland for a long time as an unskilled bricklayer and decorator, I tried my luck in Germany. Although it was difficult to find a job there. So I considered returning to Serbia. Then the decision was made for me. The German authorities deported me.

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