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To mark the occasion of International Women’s Day, the EU Delegation in Serbia, the EU Info Centre and the UN Country Team in Serbia, in cooperation with the Coordination Body for Gender Equality of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, organised a panel discussion “Women and work: doubly employed”, which focused on the traditional model of relations between the two sexes.

The gathering was welcomed by Dr Branka Drašković, advisor to the president of the Coordination Body for Gender Equality, Milana Rikanović, head of the Office of UN Women in Serbia, and Nicolas Bizel from the EU Delegation in Serbia.

Participants in the panel discussion included Ana Kunovac Ilić, entrepreneur, Jovanka Dimitrijević, pensioner, Đulijeta Sulić, coordinator for Roma issues in the city administration of Smederevo, and Marko Somborac, cartoonist and one of the winners of “Real Man” Award.

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