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  • 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).

  • Could employment bonds alleviate youth unemployment in Serbia?
    Sep 1, 2016

    An opportunity for different stakeholders to invest in alleviating youth unemployment in Serbia and – to get an attractive return on investment – is being analysed by UNDP Serbia and its partners. Together with SITRA, The Finnish Innovation Fund, and the Finnish Embassy in Serbia we learnt about the application of social impact investment in Finland, through Social Impact Bonds on various topics.

  • USAID Provides $1.3 Million to Help Serbia Respond to Migrant Crisis
    Aug 9, 2016

    he United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced today a new, $1.3 million, twenty-month project to help Serbia respond to the continuing migrant crisis. The project, which will be implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), will help Serbian municipalities cope with the effects of the crisis.

  • An introductory course for MPs serving their first term in the National Assembly
    Jul 15, 2016

    From using social networks to communicate with citizens, to performing the oversight role of the National Assembly, to participating in international cooperation – these are the skill sets and knowledge that will be provided during an intensive two-day program of training and presentations, which, thanks to the support of the Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC), is organized in the form of – now traditional – introductory seminar for around 50 Members of Parliament (MPs) serving their first term in the National Assembly.

  • There is a clear correlation between illicit firearms and violence
  • Supporting reintegration of Roma returnees in Serbia
    Jul 13, 2016

    A new pilot project entitled “Reintegration of Roma Returnees in Serbia” aims at providing a better access to employment, education and housing of Roma population who were denied asylum in Germany and countries of the EU.

  • LGBTI Rights = Human Rights, HIghlights National Rountable on Being LGBTI in Serbia
    Jun 24, 2016

    The national round-table held today discussed the situation of LGBTI people in Serbia with a view to reducing Inequalities and exclusion, and combating homophobia & transphobia experienced by LGBTI people.

  • UNDP support to Serbia’s development and its EU accession appreciated by Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić
    Jun 15, 2016

    UNDP support to development and Serbia’s EU accession, appreciated by Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić with reiterated comitments to continued partnership during the meeting today with Cihan Sultanoğlu, UN Assistant Secretary-General and Director of the UNDP Regional Bureau for Europe and the CIS.

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