The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) will participate in the European Development Days (EDDs), Europe’s leading forum on development and cooperation, which will take place on 15-16 June in Brussels.
To mark the World Environment Day, the Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection, Embassy of the Republic of France and the United Nations Development Programme in Serbia organized a joint press conferenc
This year’s observance of World Environment Day shines a much-needed spotlight on the illegal trade in wildlife. There is grave cause for alarm. Elephants are being slaughtered for their ivory, rhinos for their horns, and pangolins for their scales. From sea turtles to tigers to rosewood, thousands of species of wild animals and plants are being driven ever closer to extinction.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the heads of UNICEF, UNHCR, WHO, OCHA, WFP, FAO, UNFPA and UNDP, with the endorsement of the World Bank and the International Organization for Migration, launched today a “Commitment to Action”
Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and civil society organizations ALHem (Safe Chemicals Alternatives), jointly conducted a 6 months long awareness raising campaign 'The Fight to know!"
The Victimology Society of Serbia (VDS) and UNDP SEESAC, and with funding from the European Union, is joining this year’s Global Week of Action Against Gun Violence aimed at raising awareness about consequences of the misuse of firearms for the survivors and the families of those who succumbed to the injuries. The campaign also strives to raise awareness about the work provided by the Victim Support Service in Serbia.
International Mother Earth Day is an opportunity to highlight the interdependence between people and the astonishing variety of species with which we share this planet. This year’s observance brings hope of a better future for all.