Building temporary airport facilities
Apr 12, 2018
The Government of Montenegro and the Airports of Montenegro AD, have initiated a project to build a temporary extension to the Podgorica and Tivat airports, which are currently operating above capacity.
UNDP and FIRST to host third annual Cybersecurity for Developing Nations Conference
Oct 23, 2017
The third annual Cybersecurity for Developing Nations Conference and FIRST Technical Colloquium (TC) is one of the premier conferences in the world of international development.
From its citizens to law enforcement, Montenegro united in destroying its ammunition
Oct 20, 2017
Citizens, the Police and the Ministry of Interior of Montenegro united to destroy 21,416 pieces of ammunition on 22 September in an event funded by the European Union and facilitated by SEESAC.
Speech by UN Resident Coordinator & UNDP Resident Representative Fiona McCluney at the presentation of the Study on violence in family and violence against women
Sep 27, 2017
According to this survey, every other woman in Montenegro has been a victim of violence at some point in her lifetime, and 1 in 5 women suffered violence during the last year. This means that there are victims right here, right now, among us, in this audience.
New regional initiative to end gender discrimination and violence kicks off in Montenegro
May 30, 2017
A new three-year programme “Implementing norms, changing minds” aiming to end gender equality discrimination and violence against women kicked off today in Montenegro and brought together representatives of the EU Delegation, UNDP and UN agencies, Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare and civil society. Funded by the EU in the amount of 5 million euros – out of which Montenegro component is valued almost 380,000 euros, this regional programme will be implemented by UN Women & UNDP in Western Balkan countries and Turkey.
What does local democracy mean to you?
Apr 24, 2017
Loading, loading, ReLOad programme… An ideal local government can inspire and lead communities to make them better places to live. The best way to achieve this is to bring decision-making as close as possible to those who benefit from it and find new ways to strengthen people's involvement in finding local solutions.
Strengthening regional cooperation in the prosecution of war crimes and search for missing persons
Apr 19, 2017
The meeting was organized as part of the UNDP regional project “Enhancing Regional Cooperation in Processing of War Crimes and the Search for Missing Persons (2017 - 2019)”, which aims to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of cooperation between the prosecution services of the former Yugoslav countries in the processing of war crimes and to further enhance the capacities to search for the missing persons from the armed conflicts.
Results of the campaign: “No barriers, so business doesn’t wait!”
Apr 4, 2017
It’s time to look back and take stock of the results achieved during the second phase of the campaign “No barriers, so business doesn’t wait”.
World’s most marginalized still left behind by global development prioritiesWorld’s most marginalized still left behind by global development priorities
Mar 21, 2017
According to the report, Montenegro’s HDI value is 0.807— which for the second year in a row puts the country in the category of very high human development. This ranking positions Montenegro as the 48th out of 188 countries and territories, and presents a rise in one place in comparison to last year.
Broad coalition comes together to boost gender equality in the Western Balkans and Turkey
Dec 13, 2016
Participants in a regional conference on advancing gender equality in the countries of the Western Balkans* and Turkey have agreed on the need to intensify cooperation to increase women’s presence and influence in decision-making and end all forms of violence against women.