The Socio-Economic Impact Assessment is the result of a broad, collaborative effort involving UN agencies and programs, the Government of Serbia, and representatives of both businesses and civil society.
Solutions to problems with prevention, detection and treatment of Covid-19, as well as innovative ways for disinfection and medical waste treatment are presented on an online platform.
Who are the digital nomads living and working in Belgrade , how to induce them to stay longer and engage with the market in Serbia?
Young UN Volunteers Silvija, Kristina and Meti do their part in assisting their community to overcome the challenges of COVID-19 pandemic.
Responsible reporting may provide support to women who have suffered violence, and in society at large such reporting promotes absolute unacceptability of violent behaviour.
The winning solutions will contribute to gaining new insights about in-country migrations, economic migrations, out-migration and scientific diaspora, as well as spatial aspects of depopulation.
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37,6%

Women in parliament (2017; National Assembly)

9,7%

Unemployment rate (2020; Serbian Statistical Office)

7,409$

GDP Per capita (2019; The World Bank)

0.799

Human Development Index (2019; UNDP)

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