What does depopulation really mean for Serbia? Think about developmental impact and opportunities of depopulation as well as all the alternative data sources you can use to tackle this question.
UNDP in collaboration with the Office for IT and eGovernment has chosen a winner of the third open data challenge – “From Open Data To Smart Cities”.
Each year 51.000 people, most of them young, leave our country. We need systemic changes in the areas of education, employment and healthcare.
The UNDP and the Office for IT and Government invite all interested stakeholders to the conference “Data and eGovernance: the spark for the future”.
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Depopulation is the epitome of a wicked problem - unclassifiable, inextricable and mutable.
It will allow the citizens to be better informed about the work of the local representatives, as well as to contact them and offer suggestions.

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34%

Women in parliament (2017; National Assembly)

14.8%

Unemployment rate (2018; Serbian Statistical Office)

5.426$

GDP Per capita (2016; The World Bank)

0.776

Human Development Index (2015; UNDP)

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