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Serbian Unity Congress average salary is $104,000, median salary is $104,000 with a salary range from $104,000 to $104,000.
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Program Manager 104,000-104,000 Washington, DC, 20001 2010 Serbian Unity Congress Program Manager Salaries (1)
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Serbian Unity Congress Information
  • Serbian Unity Congress
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Washington Dc, DC
  • Serbian Unity Congress is the organization of Serbs and their friends in the Diaspora. It was established in 1990. Its main goals are:To sustain and nurture Serbian heritage and culture and the identity of Serbs in the Diaspora; To garner the talents, experiences and abilities of all Serbs and their friends abroad in order to help economic, social, cultural and other positive changes towards a free political system and a moral society in Serbian lands; To inform public opinion and key policymakers in the world about the true goals and aspirations of the Serbian people; and To endeavor to re-establish