WORK PACKAGES

WORK PACKAGE 1

Global challenges and national economies.

Objectives.

Defining trends, changes and challenges in global economy resulting from Covid-19 and Ukrainian crises; analysis of issues in supplies of energy and other natural resources, food, fertilizers, and other resources necessary for continuous functioning of Serbian economy.

D1.1. Realization plan WP1(PDF)

D1.2. Monograph: “Sustainable development, green transition of Europe and the Western Balkans: main challenges and perspectives”

D1.3. WP1 implementation report

First six-month report on realization of Work Package 1 (PDF)

Second six-month report on realization of Work Package 1

Third six-month report on realization of Work Package 1

Final report on realization of Work Package 1

WORK PACKAGE 2

Circular economy, rural development and role of women.

Objectives.

Defining the conditions and challenges for the economy of the Republic of Serbia to meet until 2025, with projections up to 2035; overview of the position and role of circular economy in agriculture and service activities in rural areas.

D2.1. Realization plan WP2(PDF)

D2.2. Report: Circular Economy in EU Development Strategies (educational-informative brochure) (PDF) – The Brochure was presented at the First Round Table (photo).

D2.3. Monograph: “Policy of economic development”

D.2.4. Monograph: Circular Economy as a Trigger for Empowering youth in Rural Areas

D2.5. Report: WP2 implementation report

First six-month report on realization of Work Package 2 (PDF)

Second six-month report on realization of Work Package 2

Third six-month report on realization of Work Package 2

Final report on realization of Work Package 2

WORK PACKAGE 3

Defining Serbia’s circular capacity.

Objectives.

There are no comprehensive and relevant data on the circular economy and its perspective in RS, so it is planned to conduct the first survey of this kind in the territory of the RS. The specific goal of the Project in this part is the formation of a Working Group, which will consist of representatives of institutions that are of special importance for circular economy of RS, and / or whose functioning is greatly influenced by changes in global economic stage. During this part of the research, the data necessary for realization of project aims will be collected, processed and presented.  Special attention will be paid to defining circular capacity in agriculture and services in rural areas.

D 3.1 Realization plan WP3(PDF)

D 3.2. Cross-sectoral connection plan (PDF)

D 3.3. Reports on all realized visits, with defined Working group

Announcement of the First Round Table, with the establishment of a Working-consultative group

 
 
D 3.4. Field visits report
 

Data processing software training report (PDF)

Report on the conducted research (first phase) (PDF)

 
D 3.6. Report from the visits

First workshop (PDF) – Photo Gallery
Second Workshop
 (PDF) – Photo Gallery
Third workshop
 (PDF) – Photo Gallery

D 3.7. Monograph: Circular economy as a driver for creation of new economic identity of the Republic of Serbia: attitudes, implementation, challenges and perspectives

 D 3.8. WP3 implementation report

First six-month report on realization of Work Package 3 (PDF)

Second six-month report on realization of Work Package 3

Third six-month report on realization of Work Package 3

Final report on realization of Work Package 3

WORK PACKAGE 4

Dissemination, promotion, and exploitation of Project results.

Objectives.

The objective of dissemination, promotion and exploitation of Project results is to: increase public awareness about circular economy, develop mechanism for public private dialogue, set up target group of all stakeholders and organization of events on which will be presented results of research. Target group of stakeholders include policy makers, regulators, companies, different governmental agencies, representatives of local communities and civil society, academic staff, and students.

Dissemination and promotion plan (PDF)

D 4.1. Functional profile on the social network (LinkedIn)

D 4.2. Operational project website

D 4.3. Video material about guest appearances on TV stations with a national frequency:

D 4.3.1. First guest appearance

D 4.3.2. Second guest appearance

D 4.4. Published 4 scientific papers in open access journals of category M 20

First paper

Sustainable transition of the Republic of Serbia: measuring capacity for circularity in agriculture and rural areas“  https://doi.org/10.1186/s13705-023-00413-4

Second paper

“International relations challenges and sustainable development in developing countries after 2022: conceptualization of the risk assessment model” https://doi.org/10.1186/s13705-023-00430-3

Third paper

“Challenges of the green transition for the recovery of the Western Balkans” https://doi.org/10.1186/s13705-023-00421-4

Fourth paper

“Waste to energy as a driver towards a sustainable and circular energy future for the Balkan countries” https://doi.org/10.1186/s13705-023-00435-y

D 4.5. Guidelines in circular economy for youth in rural areas

D 4.6. Report from the workshop for youth in underdeveloped regions of Serbia

Fourth Workshop

D 4.7. Information on the final project results presented via social media and project webpage

D 4.8. Intellectual property protection procedure performed

D 4.9. Elaborate: Knowledge Center for Circular Economy (establishment, competencies, activities) 

D 4.10. Final Conference

Report on preparatory activities (PDF)
Report on held Final conference
 

D 4.11. WP5 implementation report – M 24

 
Second six-month report on realization of Work Package 4
Third six-month report on realization of Work Package 4
 
Final report on realization of Work Package 4

WORK PACKAGE 5

Project management.

Objectives.

The overall objective of WP5 is to establish coordination and management mechanisms to smoothly implement the project and achieve all project objectives to a high quality within the given time, cost and resources constraints. More specifically the objectives are:

  • To provide sound administrative and operational management according to the rules and guidelines; ensuring a smoothly and timely project implementation; based on the management of clear and strong lines of communication between all project partners, between the management and coordination roles, and between the project and the Fund for Science.
  • To ensure the effective coordination of the research and innovation actions foreseen in the work-plan, making sure that interactions between work packages and tasks are effectively implemented; providing the outputs expected to achieve the project objectives.
  • To ensure high quality delivery by providing regular monitoring and control of activities, substance, and outputs; managing the identification of risks through the setting up and running of a risk monitoring/risk remediation framework at the project level; and respecting the gender, inclusion.

 

First six-month report on realization of Work Package 5 (PDF)

Second six-month report on realization of Work Package 5

Third six-month report on realization of Work Package 5

Final report on realization of Work Package 5