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Strengthening Local Democracy – Kick-off of the ReLOaD2 Programme in Serbia

On this occasion, seven local self-government units signed cooperation agreements within the ReLOaD2 Programme, which is to last from 2021 to 2024 and which in Serbia comprises a total value of 2…  

Small arms and light weapons, gender-based violence and domestic violence: analysis of regulatory framework and practice

Gender-based violence against women is still one of the most widespread obstacles towards achieving gender equality, thus endangering the lives of women, their children, families as well as the safety…  

Caravan "digital expedition" goes on a journey through Serbia

In the next four months citizens will be introduced to electronic public services available on the eGovernment website, the principles of electronic commerce and the basics of safe use of social…  

7 new local self-governments will improve their cooperation with civil society organizations within the ReLOaD2

The selected municipalities and cities will strengthen their partnership with the civil society to the benefit of the citizens and local communities.  

A recipe for a good shopping - how can open contracting change public procurement for the better in Serbia?

Public procurement can be positively influenced by open contracting. Let's explore how!  

ReLOaD 2 - strengthening the partnership between local authorities and civil society

The second phase of the Regional Programme on Local Democracy in the Western Balkans (ReLOaD2), worth 13.5 million euros, has officially begun and will continue to strengthen partnerships between…  

For a neighbourhood that doesn’t turn a blind eye to violence – building managers join ˝It IS my business˝ campaign

In the apartment buildings they are in charge of, building managers placed posters containing important information on the problem of violence against women, ways of reporting violence and providing…  

27 forest fire fighting vehicles handed over to Sector for Emergency Situations

The fire extinguishing vehicles were delivered as part of the project EU for Serbia Resilient to Disasters, funded by the European Union and implemented by UNDP.  

Online trainings to boost the work efficiency of Serbian local self-governments presented

Women heading towns and municipalities will be the first to attend the trainings  

Regional Programme on Local Democracy in the Western Balkans (ReLOaD2)

As a regional initiative, it will be implemented in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Kosovo*, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia.  

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