Early diagnosis, early interventions and inclusion in the education system, from preschool onwards, can greatly contribute to children with autistic spectrum disorders, and other developmental delays, to improve their development and quality of life, it was concluded during the symposium "Living with Autism - From the Perspective of the Patients, Parents and Professionals", held in Niš.
On the occasion of the International Women’s Day, the event entitled “Women at work: double burden” shed new light on the inequalities women are faced with in their everyday life, especially in the field of labor and domestic work.
A high-level conference in Belgrade today marks the first stage in a recently-begun four-year commitment on the part of FAO. A project worth US$3.75 million, financed by the Global Environment Facility, or GEF, is directed towards the long-term sustainability of forest ecosystems in Serbia.
The Ministry of Youth and Sport of the Republic of Serbia and UNFPA in Serbia organized a one day conference for 200 representatives of youth associations, youth networks and local youth offices to introduce them with 2030 Agenda and SDGs relevant for youth.
"On the occasion of this Day, I launch an appeal for the potential of multilingual education to be acknowledged everywhere, in education and administrative systems, in cultural expressions and the media, cyberspace and trade," Irina Bokova UNESCO Director-General
Ms. Karla Robin Hershey, new UN Resident Coordinator in Serbia/UNDP Resident Representative, presented her credentials today to Tomislav Nikolic, President of the Republic of Serbia. Ms. Hershey delivered two letters of appointment, the first one issued by the UN Secretary General detailing her UN Resident Coordinator’s position in Serbia and the second one by the UNDP Administrator, detailing her UNDP Resident Representative position.
The Plan aims at complementing and reinforcing the Governments’ efforts to ensure safe access to asylum and the protection of refugees and migrants. It also aims to support long-term solutions and orderly and dignified migration management. Strengthened partnerships and coordination will also be given priority in 2017.
On the occasion of Human Rights Day 2016, the United Nations Country Team in Serbia, the Council of Europe Office in Belgrade, and the OSCE Mission to Serbia take the opportunity to recall our commitment to equal dignity and rights for all.
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