Social Inclusion

  • Closing the gender equality gapJul 29, 2015Gender equality, women’s empowerment and the realization of women’s rights are critical to sustainable human development. UNDP recognizes the importance of gender equality and women’s empowerment across the three pillars of sustainable development – economic, social and environmental. UNDP’s integrated approach tackles the connected issues of multidimensional poverty, inequality and exclusion of both women and men, while enhancing knowledge to reduce vulnerability and sustain development gains.

  • Study on family violence and violence against womenJul 1, 2012The study draws attention to perceptions, intensity and forms of family violence and violence against women in Montenegro.

  • Women entrepreneurshipDec 1, 2011Despite the increasing percentage of women who acquire higher education, their status in the labour market remains worse than the status of men, especially in politics and self-employment.

  • Study on durable solutions for Konik residentsApr 1, 2013The Study is raising some of the most important issues that some 30,000 people residing in this area, are facing.

  • Women in politicsJun 1, 2012The survey examines attitudes, opinions and perceptions of the position of women in politics, and it aims to provide better understanding of how the most important social and political actors perceive the status of women in Montenegrin politics.


Advancing social inclusion through improved institutional responsiveness and servicing for the most vulnerable, for all men and women to enjoy the quality life and reach their full potential.


Our goal is to help Montenegro overcome poverty, social exclusion and gender inequality, thus accelerating the country’s EU integration agenda.