While both women and men can be exposed to online violence, women and girls are disproportionately affected by it.
A photo-bioreactor "LIQUID 3" which converts carbon dioxide into oxygen has been installed in the Municipality of Stari Grad in Belgrade
Due to the fact that negative effects of climate change are already here, though all of us may not “see” them yet, we have to adapt in order to survive.
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 anticipation of the global UN Climate Change Conference COP26, a dialogue was held on bolstering Serbia's climate ambitions and adapting to climate change
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40,8%

Women in parliament (2017; National Assembly)

10,4%

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7,030$

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0.806

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