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How can Serbian SMEs grow to be more resilient to shocks in the future?

Economic development is an essential precondition of overall development within a country. Growth and resilience of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Serbia are critical in that regard, as they…  


Exploration of the E-Commerce Landscape in Serbia in the Post-Covid Context

This document is a summary of findings that emerged from UNDP Serbia’s research on e-commerce related to post-COVID economic recovery, with the intention to inform programming and potential future…  


Employment of educated young Roma women and men benefits the whole society

The Ministry of Human and Minority Rights and Social Dialogue, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and the Roma National Council …  


New initiative launched for better integration of vulnerable returnees from EU countries into Serbian society

Representatives of three local self-governments signed a Memorandum of Understanding today, which will be the basis for joint work on improving the position and integration of vulnerable returnees…  


BelgradeGets.digital platform attracts digital nomads to Serbia's capital

Digital Serbia initiative and UNDP launched a website promoting Belgrade as a life and work destination for digital nomads and other digital professionals from all over the world.  


A hell of a ride: The Prospects of Decent Work on Digital Delivery and Ride-hailing Platforms in Serbia

This study intends to close this gap and set the scene for discussion about the position of on-demand platform workers in Serbia while comprehensively investigating the characteristics of on-demand…  


Roadmap for Circular Economy in Serbia

The Roadmap for Circular Economy in Serbia is a process aiming to gather, promote and connect the identified stakeholders whose knowledge, innovation and creativity can contribute to a faster…  


Five characteristics of public administration for a new age

Climate change, depopulation, urbanisation, the influence of economic development on the environment and resources, the erosion of confidence in state institutions, the COVID-19 pandemic - these…  


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.  


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.  

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