In the past two years we’ve been providing psychological and psychosocial support to refugees in Serbia through projects funded by UNHCR Serbia. Meet our team and our mission. You can watch video right here:       Director and Editor: Nemanja Babić Director of Photography: Vladimir Miladinović Executive Producer: Mina
PIN presented the publications on refugee’s mental health and challenges and potentials of refugee children. The publications represent the result of a comprehensive research on mental health of refugees that PIN conducted as a part of the project supported by UNHCR. You can download publications from links below.
PIN – Psychosocial Innovation Network, with the support from International Rescue Committee, held a training “Trauma, PTSD, depression and anxiety – identification and referral” for volunteers and employees of Refugee Aid Serbia, Centar za integraciju mladih and PIN – Psychosocial Innovation Network. Thanks to everyone for their active participation! We
PIN – Psychosocial Innovation Network representative actively participated the Round Table where the recommendations on the state of respect for the human rights of migrants passing through Serbia and Macedonia were presented and discussed within the Help on the route.

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PIN – Meet our team and our mission

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In the past two years we’ve been providing psychological and psychosocial support to refugees in Serbia through projects funded by UNHCR Serbia. Meet our team and our mission. You can

PIN Presented new publications

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PIN presented the publications on refugee’s mental health and challenges and potentials of refugee children. The publications represent the result of a comprehensive research on mental health of refugees that