The demonstrations sweeping across the world today signal that many societies are not working as they should. The connecting thread, argues a new report from the UNDP, is inequality.
UNDP Serbia Resident Representative Francine Pickup takes you for a walk through her favourite place in Belgrade, Kalenić market, to talk about depopulation, innovation, climate change and more.
Call for cross-border Projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and the Republic of Serbia by 9 February 2020.
Depopulation is the epitome of a wicked problem - unclassifiable, inextricable and mutable.
Learn more about individual projects of UNDP Serbia
The group “Journalists against Violence against Women” presented an analysis of media reports.
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34%

Women in parliament (2017; National Assembly)

14.8%

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5.426$

GDP Per capita (2016; The World Bank)

0.776

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