Democratic Governance

  • Jun 7, 2013Baseline analysis of institutional capacities for implementation of antidiscrimination legislation in Serbia

  • Corruption Benchmarking SurveysJun 2, 2013Corruption Benchmarking SurveysUNDP conducted a series of corruption benchmarking surveys at the household level, which provided data on the incidence of corruption. The latest Corruption Benchmarking Survey (2013) shows a 17% increase in the number of respondents who feel that corruption in Serbia decreased when compared to June 2012.

  • Citizens' Attitudes on Discrimination in SerbiaJun 19, 2013Citizens' Attitudes on Discrimination in SerbiaThis study is part of our ongoing effort to secure current data on the state of opinions, extent of discrimination, degree of (in)tolerance among the citizens of Serbia, extent of prejudice and the level of social and ethnic distance between individual groups. The study has also enabled us to measure the degree to which citizens are satisfied with the work of state institutions responsible for protection of human rights and if and to what extent they are informed of their competences and the ways in which they can contact them.

  • Jul 26, 2013Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms, Cost Benefit Analysis

  • Jul 26, 2013An Analysis of Magistrates Training in Serbia Findings and Recommendations

OUR WORK - DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE

Good governance is key to transparent and accountable executive, legislative, judicial and independent institutions. Through its programmes, UNDP fosters partnerships and promotes participation, accountability and effectiveness at all levels. We aim to build effective and capable states that are accountable and transparent, inclusive and responsive by strengthening deterrence, prevention and public awareness on corruption, working closely with enforcement bodies, anti-corruption institutions, independent bodies, civil society and media to reduce systemic risk which derives from weak capacity or malfeasance.

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