This section contains videos with information about returning to your home country, job opportunities and starting a business. Are you still in Germany or another country and thinking about going back home? We explain your options for receiving assistance in simple terms. We also tell the stories of other returnees who have successfully managed to improve their lives. Or are you living in your home country, but looking for new career opportunities? Our videos will still give you useful information about the counselling options available to you.More information about the advisory centre is available here. >
Videos from Serbia
Videos from Serbia
Self-employment in Serbia: therapist Jelena is establishing her own practice
My name is Jelena. I’m 36 years old and have two sons. One of them suffers from autism, and I supported and cared for him myself for many years. This made me realise that I can also help other people.More information >
Happy to be home again
My name is Zagorka. I’m 28 years old and live in Knjaževac in Serbia. I am divorced with two children, and I spent a long time trying to establish a life for myself in Germany. But it never really felt like home there. Our asylum application was refused so we came back to Serbia, where a short course training as a beautician has allowed me to gain a foothold in the industry.More Information >
“My work gives me financial security”
My name is Marina. I’m married with three children and four grandchildren. My husband and I wanted to build a future for our family in Germany. After three years though, we came back to Serbia. Thanks to the support I've been given I've been able to set up my own business here.More Information >
Finding new perspectives in Serbia
This video shows, how the DIMAK Serbia works. It is presented, how:
- it helps returnees from Germany and other countries to reintegrate socially and economically into life in Serbia.
- the centre advises locals about new career opportunities in their own country
- connects and networks all institutions and organizations that can help returnees and vulnerable population.