Social Inclusion

  • Aug 13, 2013Kvalitativna analiza medijskog izveštavanja o nasilju nad ženama u Srbiji"Media Coverage of Violence against Women in Serbia - Qualitative Analysis“ is the first comprehensive discourse analysis of the thematic articles related to this issue in Serbia which provides insights on the mechanisms of construction of the phenomenon of Violence against Women (VaW) in public.The publication offers a critical reflection on the articles published in the period 2010-2012 in print media, and points out to good and bed examples of media reports on VaW.

  • Aug 1, 2006CIVIL SOCIETY IN SERBIA SUPPRESSED DURING THE 1990 S – GAINING LEGITIMACY AND RECOGNITION AFTER 2000The CIVICUS Civil Society Index research project was carried out over a two-year period. The aim was to identify the key challenges and opportunities for civil society and to make possible comparisons with other countries. ARGUMENT, a national think-thank, carried out the CSI research in close cooperation with the umbrella NGO, the Centre for the Development of Non-Profit Organizations (CDNPS).

  • Multisectoral cooperation: AN OBLIGATION OR WISHFUL THINKING?Jul 9, 2015Multisectoral cooperation: AN OBLIGATION OR WISHFUL THINKING?

  • Jun 7, 2013Small Rural Households in Serbia and Rural Non-farm Economy

  • Strengthening Rural Social Capital and NetworksJun 7, 2013Strengthening Rural Social Capital and NetworksWhile the poverty rate was declining prior to the economic crisis, the most recent data show that the country is now backsliding and the number of poor is increasing, especially in rural areas which represent 48% of the country’s population. Targeted measures are needed to close the economic gap between rural and urban populations, including through diversification of rural economies in environmentally and economically sustainable ways. Rural Serbia possesses immense development potential, which remains to be tapped.


Sustainable economic growth, gender equality, inclusive employment and access to social services are among the key ingredients of a prosperous and democratic society. In partnership with the national and international stakeholders UNDP works to address main gaps and improve employment opportunities and services for socially excluded and vulnerable populations, particularly with women, youth, persons with disabilities, and minorities.