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 currently carrying out one pilot project in the city of Nis, South of Serbia, that focuses on using blockchain to send remittances to the recipients in the country of origin.
UNDP and Office for IT and e-Government are inviting you to two Open Data Challenge meetups on January 18 and January 22.
Representatives of the EU, UN agencies and Serbian state institutions, visited Vranje and, among other activities, took part in the celebration of a local School Day
Open Data Challenge calls for innovative ideas, based on the open data released by the public institutions, and available on the National Open Data Portal.
Learn more about individual projects of UNDP Serbia
UNHCR, UNDP and UNV are inviting young Roma women and men interested in developing their capacities to influence social and political processes related to Roma inclusion in their municipalities

Take action

 

Join us

Join us

Interested in working for UNDP in Europe and Central Asia? Check out our job opportunities in the region.

Connect

Connect

Talk to us and help us advocate for change. 

Donate

Donate

When we began our work five decades ago, one in three people worldwide lived in poverty. Now? Just one in eight. Let’s finish the job.

About Serbia

Learn more

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)

Learn more

UNDP Around the world

You are at UNDP Serbia 
Go to UNDP Global