Serbia has made excellent progress in the prevention and reduction of statelessness. Should it decide to enact a few outstanding strategic measures stipulated in the Global Action Plan for Eradication of Statelessness, the Republic of Serbia could eliminate statelessness completely within a couple of years, concluded a UNHCR-organised conference today.
The UN Country Team in Serbia reaffirms its commitment to support the people and Government of Serbia to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals while simultaneously contributing to the country’s EU accession aspirations and all its reform processes
UN officials, business representatives, government representatives and civil sector launch global standards to promote equality for LGBTI people in workplace and beyond. Three companies in Serbia join the growing list of early adopters
To mark the World Contraception the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Serbia and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Office in Serbia presented the National Program for Safeguarding and Improving Sexual and Reproductive Health of the Citizens of the Republic of Serbia.
With the adoption of this National Programme, Serbia becomes one of the few countries that fully aligned national priorities in the area of sexual and reproductive health with international standards.
Representatives of the governments of the subregional countries (Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Albania and Romania), the private sector, international financial institutions and development partners met in Belgrade at a two-day conference devoted to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in the Western Balkan countries and its connection with EU accession.
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