The first Annual Conference of Local Assemblies that gathered more than 150 representatives of local parliaments across Serbia was organized by the Assembly of the Autonomous Province (AP) Vojvodina and the City of Novi Sad, and supported by the Swiss Government and UNDP.
UNDP is looking for experts with successful international careers (diaspora included) to create a roster of specialists who are motivated to transfer their expertise to support Serbia’s development.
Open Data Week was held for the second time in Serbia, with an almost doubled volume of activities compared to last year.
On February 28th 2019 , students of the primary school “Ivo Lola Ribar” in Sombor and migrants from the Reception Centre in that city performed the final exercise of giving first aid in disasters.
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For 15 years, janitor Radislav had to get up at 3am to warm up the school for pupils in the first shift. Ever since the school got a new pellet fired boiler, his job has become much easier
Three challenges are announced: 1. Our Environment and Us; 2. Citizen Experience; and 3. Open Data for Business

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34%

Women in parliament (2017; National Assembly)

14.8%

Unemployment rate (2018; Serbian Statistical Office)

5.426$

GDP Per capita (2016; The World Bank)

0.776

Human Development Index (2015; UNDP)

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