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.
All selected proposals have equally important impact on the quality od air we all breathe and are presented on the following platform: http://cleanairresponse.undp.org.rs/.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, the UNDP in Serbia is recalling that, despite significant progress in socio-economic development, no country has yet achieved full gender equality.
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.
Women Mayors and Presidents of Municipalities in Serbia signed the Charter of Women's Solidarity.
For urban-dwellers, confined in small flats because of lockdowns, rural living could seem ideal. But for rural communities, especially farmers and local producers, the restrictions have brought different challenges.
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Women in parliament (2017; National Assembly)

10,4%

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