Citizens will be able to report the locations of illegal dumpsites in Serbia, easily and anonymously.
The goal of the call is to ensure continuity in the provision of support to women who are exposed to violence via SOS lines, as well as to tailor these services to the needs of their beneficiaries in the course of the COVID-19 epidemic.
The aim of the competition is to form a database of photographs and illustrations that depict, in a responsible, ethical and non-stereotypical way, the problem of violence against women.
Association of Youth Volunteers of Serbia, founded by young Roma UN volunteers, started an outreach campaign that aims to visit the inhabitants of the informal Roma settlements in 18 towns and municipalities in Serbia.
In Šabac, unlike most cities in Serbia, the heating tariff is based on consumption, and not on the size of heated areas. Therefore, citizens are motivated to consume less thermal energy.
On this occation, The Center for the Promotion of Science (CPN) talked with Francine Pickup about the challenges and plans to make the environment in Serbia better.
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40,8%

Women in parliament (2017; National Assembly)

10,4%

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7,030$

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