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Taking Action for Climate

“This initiative represents an opportunity for local self-governments, the business sector, civil society organisations and the scientific-research community to respond jointly in Serbia to the challenges of adapting to climate change, in order for us to preserve our environment, protect people's lives and incentivise economic development through innovative solutions.” - Goran Trivan, Minister of Environmental Protection

Building a Circular Culture Together

“In order for us to reduce the discarding of food, or the generating of food waste, we need systemic, lasting solutions and sustainable management of excess food. With this we would contribute to reducing poverty and hunger, as well as protecting the environment – all for the benefit of the entire community” - Radmila Ivetić, President of the Food Bank Association

Increasing Energy Efficiency in Serbian Municipalities

In 2017, UNDP helped 110 countries access about $2billion in grants for energy projects

Focus on Resilient Communities

“The overall impact of the migration crisis on Šid has not been adverse, but beneficial. Living with migrants can only improve our lives,” - Zoran Semenović, Deputy Mayor of the Municipality of Šid

Government, IFIs and UNDP, Working Together for Development Results

“UNDP has provided invaluable support to the Public Investment Management Office in ensuring timely delivery and good progress on the implementation of sovereign loans,”...

Inequality – a Common Priority

“The culture of the Roma people is very rich, it just needs to be portrayed in the right way. The knowledge and experience I gained in the past six months will help me present it through film, music and other areas of contemporary creativity,” - Tomislav Jovanović, Roma UN Volunteer at the Serbian Ministry of Culture and Information

Towards a Society With Zero Tolerance to Violence Against Women

“It is up to media to constantly warn about the issue of violence, and to insist for the officials authorised by the law to prevent it, and for the society to recognise and condemn it” - Ljubica Gojgić, member of the group “Journalists Against Violence”

Open and Digital Serbian Assemblies

“The introduction of e-Parliament enables savings in the amount of 4.5 million RSD annually! Additionally, this digital tool assists in guiding/directing the work of the parliament towards its purpose – to discuss items on the agenda and to represent the interests of the people, rather than being used for self-promotion and inter-party disagreements,” - Zoran Vukašinović, Secretary General of the Leskovac Local Assembly

Strengthening Accountable Public Finance Management at Central and Local Levels

“Citizens, as well as local governments, are now more aware of how important it is to organise public debates, to jointly discuss and decide on all issues of importance to the local community, particularly budget spending and investment plans. In this way we decentralise decision-making and contribute to a more democratic society,” - Miroslav Mijatović, CSO of the Podrinje Anti-corruption Team (PAKT), Loznica

Opening Data Contributes to Growth

“After many years of hard work on the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Initiative, I am proud that we have established excellent cooperation and became true and equal partners with the civil sector” - Dragana Brajović, OGP Consultant at the Serbian Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self-Government

Moving Towards Digital Transformation

“Digital revolution provides us with the opportunity for the economic development of our country. It gives us a chance to become competitive on the...

Current Issues

Agreement On Normalisation Of Economic Relations Between Belgrade And Pristina Signed

President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister of the Provisional Institutions of Kosovo Avdullah Hoti signed an Agreement on the normalisation of economic...

Montenegro

Montenegro Election: First Projections Point To A Tight Race

In Montenegro, the ruling DPS was nearly neck-and-neck with its main rivals, according to early and incomplete projections of the Sunday vote.  The first projection...

EU Awards One Million EUR In Grants For COVID Recovery In Tourism Sector

“#EUzaTebe – For Cultural Heritage and Tourism” project has awarded one million euros for 120 projects aimed at supporting the tourism sector affected by...

UNDP And Embassy Of Slovakia Present Feasibility Study On Use Of Thermosolar Energy

The Mayor of Belgrade, Zoran Radojičić, met with the Ambassador of Slovakia to Serbia, H.E. Fedor Rosocha and Resident Representative of the UNDP Serbia...

The EU Does Not Recognize Belarus Election Results

Members of the European Council held a video conference, at which they discussed the situation after the presidential elections in Belarus on 9 August. "As...

News

Richard Grenell: Serbia-Kosovo Agreement Results From Trump’s Different Brand Of Diplomacy

President Aleksandar Vučić of Serbia and Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti of Kosovo took an enormous step toward a long-term...

Agreement On Normalisation Of Economic Relations Between Belgrade And Pristina Signed

President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister of the Provisional Institutions of Kosovo Avdullah Hoti signed an Agreement...

Symbols Of Belgrade Lit In Colors Of The Polish Flag

On the occasion of marking the 40th anniversary of the founding of the "Solidarity" movement, Branko's Bridge, the Bridge...

Montenegro Election: First Projections Point To A Tight Race

In Montenegro, the ruling DPS was nearly neck-and-neck with its main rivals, according to early and incomplete projections of...

Gorenje To Hire 600 Temp Workers Due To Surge In Orders

Slovenian home appliance manufacturer Gorenje is hiring some 600 temporary workers to cope with a record number of orders....