It is necessary that we learn from each other. We have taken all good practices and tried to incorporate in our academy

26 May, 2016
Belgrade, Serbia

Ms. Ivona Simic says that in creation of the law on our national academy, we took some case studies and practices from the whole region, for example Albania, Slovenia, and from other countries. Neighboring countries have helped us understand how such model could best function. We have incorporated all their attempts, and through these models we believe we will be able to overcome the initial challenges. We have really taken all good practices and tried to incorporate in our academy.

There is cooperation in the region and ReSPA is an institution that brings together Western Balkans countries to exchange experiences through conferences, seminars, workshops, through exchange of officials to learn from each other so the academy will be open to all those that have achieved good results for which we would like to hear and learn. 

Video Interview Ms. Ivona Simic, Special Advisor to Minister (Human Resources) 


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