Thursday, February 21, 2019


Regina De Dominicis, Unicef Representative In Serbia

Regina De Dominicis, Unicef Representative in Serbia

Children at Risk of Poverty, Young Unemployed

Statistics show that 9.5% of children in Serbia live in absolute poverty, while 30% of children under five don’t have three children’s books at home. Young people are experiencing challenges in health, education, employment and protection, so we will work on strengthening meaningful learning outcomes, improving access to life and digital skills, employability and active citizenship – Regina De Dominicis

UNICEF & UNIQA mark World Children’s Day

On the occasion of World Children’s Day celebration, today children took over the management of UNIQA Insurance. Based on a unanimous decision rendered at...
Regina De Dominicis New Unicef Representative in Serbia

New UNICEF Representative in Serbia

Regina De Dominicis

Ms Regina De Dominicis was appointed as the UNICEF Representative in Serbia active as of 23rd August 2018, when she assumed her duties and...

OTP Bank Marks 10th Anniversary Of Doing Business In Serbia

OTP Banka Srbija organised a gala celebration in the Belgrade Hyatt hotel marking ten years of the bank's operation on the Serbian market and...

Vojvođanska Bank Presents 1st Sustainable Business Report

On 6 November, Vojvođanska banka presented a report that measured the overall contribution to sustainable business for 2016 in a transparent and comparable way....

Exhibition “UNICEF: 70 Years in Serbia”

Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić and UNICEF Director in Serbia Michel Saint-Lot officially opened a photo exhibition entitled “UNICEF: 70 Years in Serbia”, at the Museum of Diplomacy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of the Republic of Serbia

Telenor & UNICEF: Child Safety On The Internet

1.6.2017Announcing the official start of the project “Family Safety Net”

Michel Saint-Lot, UNICEF Representative in Serbia:

Building a Better World

On 11th December 2016, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) will mark its 70th year of helping to build a better world for every child. UNICEF was created in 1946 in an effort to secure the fate of Europe’s children