SDGs and Human Development
  • Human Development ReportDec 8, 2015Human Development ReportThe 2015 Human Development Report is the latest in the series of global Human Development Reports published by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) since 1990 as independent, analytically and empirically grounded discussions of major development issues, trends and policies.

  • Serbia We Want Jul 5, 2013Serbia We WantNational Post-2015 Consultations in Serbia were officially launched in October 2012, on the occasion of the 2012 UN Day celebration. The actual consultations process (data collection, communications and outreach activities) was implemented during January-May 2013. This report summarizes the results of the consultations in which 28,000 people provided their voice on the “Serbia we want”.

  • MDG Barometer 2013Jul 4, 2013MDG Barometer 2013Short review of MDG trends with general conclusions on development tendencies in Serbia. The analysis covers selected national indicators for all 8 MDGs.

  • MDG Monitoring Framework for Serbia (2006) Jun 20, 2013MDG Monitoring Framework for Serbia (2006)Nationalised Millennium Development Goals with respective targets and indicators

  • Progress of the Realization of Millennium Development Goals in the Republic of SerbiaJun 7, 2013Progress of the Realization of Millennium Development Goals in the Republic of SerbiaThe basic purpose of this report is to monitor the progress of realization of the national MDGs as well as the indicators used to measure the achievement of these goals, from the last MDG Report to today, i.e. in the period between 2005 and 2008.

Our work - MDGs

In 2000, as a part of a global process, the Republic of Serbia has adopted the Millennium Development
Goals and incorporated it in National Strategy for Poverty Reduction. Very soon MDGs set
benchmarks in major areas of human development in Serbia. In 2006 the National progress report on
MDGs was prepared and in 2009 a mid-term report was made. Up to that point progress has been
recorded in most of the indicators presented.