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Solidarity is helping fight Coronavirus crisis, and paving the way for future development

Social capital, connections and trust between people are just as important as the physical assets and human capital in keeping people safe and helping society overcome crisis.  


Can Google search queries help countries map their diasporas?

Diaspora is an invaluable asset to its country of origin. The potential of people in the diaspora lies in their education, professional experience and professional networks, which can contribute to…  


In Serbia, new approaches to tap talent and tackle depopulation

We began to design a portfolio of interventions, recognizing that the secret is in the connection between the solutions and how they create new realities by hitting on multiple issues at the same…  


Implementing a Data-Driven Approach to Tackling Depopulation

This data-driven approach improves our ability to understand issues and to respond to them in a more timely and effective way. We are ready to respond to new insights or ideas, even if they challenge…  


How to address a shrinking population

UNDP is supporting Serbia with an integrated development approach based on SDGs. Many different solutions are available in the country if depopulation is considered in an integrated way, and not just…  


Depopulation: what’s it all about?

Depopulation is the epitome of a wicked problem - unclassifiable, inextricable and mutable. UNDP Accelerator Labs have been set up to help the development sector come to grips with precisely this type…  


Francine Pickup: Institutions should protect the victims of violence

Until there’s gender equality, there will be violence against women as its most extreme manifestation.  


Smart city – just a catchy phrase or a solution for a sustainable future?

Having smart solutions that save time, energy and money is a great thing, but we also need to make sure that they are integrated into local development strategies and that they serve everyone equally.  


What lies behind the fear of open data?

Considering its many benefits, one would think that governments everywhere, including Serbia, would rush to open as many data sets as possible.  


What after the UN climate summit?

In the interview with Miroslav Tadić, the UNDP Climate Change Portfolio Manager, read about what change the UN Climate Summit produced.  

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