Social Profile of the City of Zagreb
CERANEO – the Centre for the Development of Non-Profit Organizations, in cooperation with the City of Zagreb and the Social Council of the City of Zagreb, has been creating an annual Social Profile of the City of Zagreb since 2012.
It represents a collection of indicators and social indicators on the quality of life of the citizens of the city of Zagreb. It is presented to the general public every year and enables monitoring of the social situation and social indicators in the area of the City.
SOCIAL PROFILE OF THE CITY OF ZAGREB FROM 2020 TO 2021
Actualization of the European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan in the urban context
The document provides guidelines on the improvement of all nine observed and analyzed areas with the aim – more effective implementation of the European Pillar of Social Rights in the city of Zagreb and the achievement of EU goals.
SOCIAL PROFILE OF THE CITY OF ZAGREB FROM 2019 TO 2020
Challenges of dealing with the social impact of the COVID-19 crisis and the earthquake in the City of Zagreb
The document provides an overview of the impact of the COVID-19 crisis and the earthquake in Zagreb on nine observed areas with an indication of priority action in the future with the aim of developing social policy, social cohesion and improving the quality of life of citizens.
SOCIAL PROFILE OF THE CITY OF ZAGREB FROM 2017 TO 2018
Challenges of the implementation of guidelines on European Pillar of Social Rights in the City of Zagreb
The document identifies, in nine observed areas, the challenges of the social development of the city, which certainly represent significant risks, but also the potential of the City of Zagreb for the further development of projects and programs.
SOCIAL PROFILE OF THE CITY OF ZAGREB IN 2016
The European Urban Agenda as a framework for the development of cohesive and more competitive cities
The document provides information on the European network for the development of cities and urban areas as centers of economic effectiveness and social cohesion. Other words, economic prosperity and solidarity, based on the analysis of the key documents setting goals and thematic prioritized areas of urban development while emphasizing the practical scope of european urban development.
SOCIAL PROFILE OF THE CITY OF ZAGREB IN 2015
Answers to the challenges of population ageing
The document reflects increasingly unfavorable predictions from the elderly in Croatian demographic structure due to the basic indicators of aging state that population is aging at an accelerated rate. The statistical presentation includes recommendations for the Strategy of social welfare for the elderly in the Republic of Croatia and the recommendations for the City of Zagreb.
SOCIAL PROFILE OF THE CITY OF ZAGREB IN 2014
Good governance and social innovation as a response to new social risks
The document emphasizes the concept of good governance, that is, openness of the process to all stakeholders: government, citizens, civil society organizations and other stakeholders. It also concentrates on the concept of social innovation in terms of urban management, which should not be an isolated process. Moreover, it is expected to seek new solutions through new processes and working methods that link the city administration with citizens and other key stakeholders.
SOCIAL PROFILE OF THE CITY OF ZAGREB IN 2013
Investing in citizens for a stronger and more resilient city
The document provides information on changingthe guidelines of future social investments, while encouraging philanthropic and investment climate in the development of human resources and ensuring the well-being of all citizens
SOCIAL PROFILE OF THE CITY OF ZAGREB IN 2012
Working together to build a strong city
A document that represents a pledge of the city′s economic and social development. The social profile emphasizes and introduces new frameworks for future socio-economic development: strengthening of social cohesion, social investment, innovation and social entrepreneurship. Moreover, additional indicators are introduced and promoted, which identify “new” social groups at risk of social exclusion.