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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…  


Amidst lockdowns, rural life in Serbia turns sour

For urban-dwellers, confined in small flats because of lockdowns, rural living could seem ideal. The green pastures, fresher air, room to spread out. But for rural communities, especially farmers…  


Human Development Report 2020: The next frontier - Human development and the Anthropocene

Thirty years ago, UNDP created a new way to conceive and measure progress. Instead of using growth in GDP as the sole measure of development, we ranked the world’s countries by their human…  


Safer with a gun at home? – Women in Serbia say no

Just as domestic violence disproportionately affects women, the misuse of firearms is also not gender blind and affects the lives of women and men differently.  


30 years of Human Development Report: no further progress for humanity without the change of attitude towards the planet

The COVID-19 pandemic is the latest crisis facing the world, but unless humans release their grip on nature, it won’t be the last, according to a new report by UNDP.  


Firearm Misuse in Cases of Violence against Women outside Media Focus

Analysis of media coverage of firearm misuse in violence against women committed by men shows that there are almost no analytical or critical stories on the problem of firearms abuse in cases of…  


Call for innovative circular economy solutions

We are looking for innovative and cost-effective projects, business models and technical solutions that will contribute to lowering community carbon footprint by applying circular economy principles.  


It IS My Business – For Neighbours Who Do Not Turn a Blind Eye to Violence

On the occasion of marking “16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence”, UNDP in Serbia, is launching, for the second time, the campaign “Tiče me se” (“It IS my business”).  

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