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Doors open when you want to learn and grow

Jelena Kostić (35) is a graduate defectologist from the city of Vranje in Serbia. Last year, she built on the knowledge she gained during her university studies with programming skills. Namely, Jelena…  


The City of Kragujevac is a champion of good practice in cooperation with local CSOs

Local government support to the civil sector improves quality of life for all citizens  


German Government and UNDP provided modern forensic equipment for the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia

The procurement of this equipment is part of the preparation of the Forensics Centre and the ballistic laboratory in Belgrade for accreditation according to international ISO standards.  


Why We Need A New Way of Governing

COVID19 crisis may be viewed as an opportunity for better management of public affairs. If we want to succeed in this, we must be prepared to change the way we work in the public sector and to develop…  


Depopulation As A Policy Challenge In The Context Of Global Demographic Trends

Depopulation is a recurring theme, but its contemporary causes tell a new story. Population decline today is the partial result of a natural development process. A smaller population does not have…  


Zero-waste, no pollution & “green” power in production of essential oils in Serbia

In the town of Gornja Mutnica, in the vicinity of Paracin, on about 315 hectares of plantations of the Serbian-Belgian company Sanicula, many Mediterranean cultures are organically grown.  


The University of Kragujevac is developing 3D printed medical ventilators with the support of the Embassy of Austria in Serbia

Thanks to the support of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA), a team of bioengineers from the University of Kragujevac will continue to develop their prototype 3D printed medical ventilator.  


Roma youth for Roma community during the COVID-19 pandemic

Young UN Volunteers Silvija, Kristina and Meti do their part in assisting their community to overcome the challenges of COVID-19 pandemic.  


My biggest challenge was the fact that I didn't have a realistic perspective of how a job in the IT profession looks like

Learn more about the experience of IT retraining program participants.  


PUC „Toplana-Šabac“ set up a mini solar power plant

On August 13th, a small solar photovoltaic power plant of 3 kilowatts was installed on the roof of the administrative building of that company through the Project of the Energy Cooperative "Sunny…  

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