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COVID-19: UNDP urges swift action to address violence against women and girls during pandemic

Lockdowns and social distancing may be particularly hard on survivors of gender-based violence, who may already be economically dependent on their abusers.  

Public call for CSOs in 5 local self-governments

Local self-governments Valjevo, Bač, Niš, Vrnjačka Banja and Raška and Accountable Public Finance Management Platform announce: Public call for civil society organizations for the submission of…  

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…  

Not in My Parliament – The Seventh National Conference of Women’s Parliamentary Network

The 7th National Conference of Women’s Parliamentary Network, entitled “Not in My Parliament”, was held at the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, with the support of the Government of…  

Presentation of Analysis of Media Announcements and Guidelines for Ethical Reporting on Violence against Women

An analysis of media reports on violence against women, as well as specific guidelines for ethical reporting on the topic, was presented by the group “Journalists against Violence against Women”.  

Guidelines on Media Reporting on Violence against Women

The guidelines are a result of several months’ analyses and discussions of the group Journalists against Violence against Women, comprising about thirty journalists from national and local media,…  

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.  

16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence

This year, UNDP is putting sexism at the center of its campaign under the slogan #TičeMeSe (It concerns me too)  

In order to prevent repetitive domestic violence, preventive work with perpetrators is needed

Serbia needs more responsible programmes for the work with perpetrators of domestic violence in order to timely warn against threats of violence, reduce the risk of repetition of violence and increase…  

Call for experts from diaspora to support development of Serbia

UNDP Serbia is soliciting applications from citizens of Serbia with successful international careers, with emphasis on diaspora, in order to create a roster of specialists who are motivated and…  

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