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  • 4,000 kilometres “Just not by Car!“
    Sep 27, 2016

    Saša Pejašinović, employee at IGT Beograd cycled 71.9 kilometers to work, 42 employees at Delta Holding commuted on foot or cycled to work and Seavus employees scored the best results as a team. These are the champions of the challenge „Just not by Car“, the first of its kind in Belgrade, held on September 22, the World Car Free Day, in which a total of 450 employees from 35 participating employers took part.

  • Gender equality seminar for new women MPs
    Sep 23, 2016

    New women Members of Parliament are attending a two-day seminar on the topic of promoting equal representation of women relevant institutions and fight against gender-based violence. This seminar is aimed to raise awareness among women MPs, as important decision makers to take an active role in facilitating the change in discriminatory regulations.

  • 450 Belgraders chose cleaner, safer and healthier transportation
    Sep 22, 2016

    Many business people from Belgrade marked the World Car Free Day by participating in the competition entitled Samo ne autom (engl. Just not by Car). A total of 450 employees from 35 companies / organizations took part in this challenge and left their cars in the parking lot while opting to walk or cycle to work – and at the same time help protect the environment.

  • Municipal Waste Collection Truck for Dimitrovgad
    Sep 21, 2016

    On Dimitrovgrad Municipality Day a new municipal waste collection truck was donated to Dimitrovgrad, which would help this town improve the quality of local municipal services and overcome the consequences of migrant and refugee crisis.

  • UN Resident Coordinator Serbia Statement on the occasion of Belgrade Pride Parade 2016
    Sep 19, 2016

    This year, as every year, the UN Country Team in Serbia joins hands with the LGBTI communities of Serbia and beyond to celebrate Belgrade Pride.

  • European Mobility Week: Cycling ride to mark a new cycling line
    Sep 17, 2016

    A group of cyclers and supporters of environmentally sustainable means of transportation gathered on Saturday, September 17 at the sports centre Banjica to take part in a cycling ride to mark the opening of the newly furbished cycling line from Banjica to Topciderska Zvezda square. The ride was held on the second day of the European Mobility Week 2016.

  • European Mobility Week 2016
    Sep 16, 2016

    Today marks the beginning of the European Mobility Week 2016, which comprises a series of events throughout the following week (September 16-22) aimed to mobilize drivers to consider using alternative sustainable means of transport and hence decrease harmful greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Take Part in the Challenge: Just not by Car
    Sep 14, 2016

    On the World Car Free Day on September 22, companies in Belgrade and their employees will have a unique opportunity to participate in a challenge Samo ne Autom (engl. Just Not by Car Just not by Car) and for a day completely change the hustling looks of our capital.

  • Six Projects to Build Local Resilience after Migration Crisis
    Sep 9, 2016

    From educating the locals about the migration crisis in Subotica and Kanjiža to building infrastructure in Dimitrovgrad – these are only two out of six local projects that will be implemented within the wider project entitled Strengthening Local Resilience in Serbia: Mitigating the Impact of Migration Crisis, which is being implemented by UNDP thanks to the funds donated by the Japanese Government.

  • Working for the day when no woman suffers violence
    Sep 7, 2016

    The launch of the second phase of the project entitled Integrated Response to Violence against Women in Serbia, which is being implemented jointly by UNDP, UNICEF, UNWOMEN and UNFPA thanks to the support by the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA).