UNDP Annual Report 2019
As one of the world’s largest multilateral development agencies, present in over 170 countries and territories, UNDP is on the frontlines of anticipating, understanding and acting on today’s opportunities and risks.
Mar 22, 2021
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 platform work via mobile apps through the lens of the Decent Work Agenda (DWA).
Feb 9, 2021
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 transition to circular economy. This document is a guide to circular economy transition models that equally focus on profit, environmental protection and preservation of resources. Economic, social and environmental dimensions are given equal importance. The goal of the Roadmap is to encourage manufacturing with the use of circular business models, to motivate the industry to create new jobs, and to improve doing business by finding innovative and sustainable solutions for the market. The intention of this document is to inspire the society to consider systemic changes in mindset, culture and attitude toward resources, as well as to encourage the political decision-makers to commit to altering the public policies and discourse in the context of circular economy. This is the initial document aiming to start the dialogue between decision-makers, industry representatives, academia and civil society. Its purpose is to delineate the steps and timeline for the future transition, with the use of digital tools.
Feb 8, 2021
Air pollution is currently one of the most important environmental risks to human health. It is perceived as one of the greatest threats to human well-being around world, together with climate change issues. As a result, there is a growing political, media and public interest in air quality and increased public support for action at all levels. To identify the existing potentials, shortcomings, and needs that local governments have in solving the problem of air pollution in their territories in Serbia, UNDP and the Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities performed a survey in the period August - September 2020. 77 Local Self-Government Units responded to the survey and the results are presented in this report.