Good Governance

  • Strengthening women’s political participation
    Nov 4, 2016

    Gender equality is fundamental to responsive and accountable democratic societies. Women’s representation in elected institutions in equal proportion to men is key to the credibility and legitimacy of parliaments, national assemblies and local governments. Yet, globally, just over a fifth of members of parliament are women.

  • The National Assembly Artwork
    Oct 13, 2016

    The intention behind this publication is to present a lesser-known side of the National Assembly on the occasion of its jubilee – 80 years since the completion of construction and the first session of the Assembly of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia held in this monumental building rich with history.

  • Strategy of National Assembly for Building and Sustaining Public Engagement Using Social Media
    May 26, 2016

    Parliaments are essential to overseeing government and passing laws. In today’s changing world, however, not even the most essential institutions may be left without capacity to meet the popular demand for instant news and more direct communication with citizens, such as that presented by a variety of social media channels.

  • Open Data Readiness Assesment
    Dec 16, 2015

    With the Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self Government, and the Directorate for e-Government within it as an operational unit, there is also a logical home for an open data initiative in the structure of government, which provides a focus on both elective government and improved public service.

  • Parliament and Democracy in the 21 century (in Serbian)
    Sep 11, 2015

    This publication gives a unique overview of best practices of a number of parliaments around the world.

  • Immediate UN Response to #SERBIAFLOODS
    Jun 30, 2014

    Upon the request of the Government of Serbia, UNDP allocated $100,000 for emergency coordination. The United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination Team was mobilized by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance and deployed to Serbia within 24-36 hours.

  • Youth Sleuth - Engaging Serbia’s Youth to Fight Corruption Through Investigative Journalism and Social Media, Final Evaluation
    Apr 25, 2014

    The project included the selection of ten motivated and qualified young journalists, however only 9 made through the whole selection process and took part in the project. Young journalists were empowered to conduct research independently and to create reports about corruption for social and mainstream media.

  • Judicial Studies Series
    Mar 12, 2014

    UNDP is offering to the public the first three of five volumes of the Judicial Study Series. The series represents a compendium of analytic texts and researches aimed at facilitating the implementation of the National Judicial Reform Strategy of the Republic of Serbia.