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30 Nov 2013
In order to get the staff of social welfare centers in Montenegro properly informed about the project Social Card – SWIS (Social Welfare Information System) and the on-going and forthcoming reform processes in social protection, the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare of Montenegro, Branch Trade Union of Workers in Social Protection and UNDP Montenegro organized a conference for around a hundred participants - directors and expert employees of centers for social welfare.
29 Nov 2013
Gender equality is intrinsically linked to sustainable development and is vital to the realization of human rights for all. Nevertheless, Montenegro is a society still significantly characterized by traditional way of power share and people are still overburdened by gender stereotypes.
18 Nov 2013
Did you know that with 20km/h average speed while riding your bicycle through the city - you will reach a final destination at the same time as by car, but you will save money and you'll not pollute the environment at all?!
13 Nov 2013
Montenegro will host UNDP’s 3 day global session What role for innovation in the Strategic Plan?, the first global meeting that the largest UN agency has organized in this country. The session will gather nearly 70 UNDP senior level executives, Resident Coordinators and innovation champions from 26 countries at 4 continents.
10 Nov 2013
In the next 6 months Montenegro will have a collective “voice” on Twitter - representatives of the NGO Center for Democratic Transition (CDT) and the UNDP Montenegro announced as they launched the project “Montenegro on Twitter – Engage to Change!” aimed at strengthening citizens’ engagement and civic activism through that social network.
06 Nov 2013
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Montenegro and the Office of the Chief Negotiator, in collaboration with UNDP's Capacity Development Programme, organized a workshop on the preparation of Montenegro for negotiations on Chapter 22 - Regional policy and coordination of structural instruments. The workshop was an opportunity to exchange views in the direction of creating the best institutional and organizational solutions for quality use of IPA funds and preparations for the future use of EU Structural Funds and the Cohesion Fund. Those funds are earmarked for job creation and creation of better living conditions.
01 Nov 2013
Montenegro participated in the Bright Spots competition at the Open Government Partnership summit in London
Montenegrin mobile app “Be Responsible” was among seven 7 shortlisted initiatives vying for the Bright Spots award at the London summit of the Open Government Partnership, where more than 1,000 participants, from over 70 countries, were gathered on 31 October and 1 November. The winner was the Citizen Participatory Audit (CPA) project from Philippines.
01 Nov 2013
Montenegro succeeded in destruction of a great part of its surplus ammunition. The demilitarization of 1400 tons of conventional ammunition in country’s facilities in an environmentally safe manner has been completed, too. However, there are still over 4000 tons of surplus weapons to be destroyed, which pose an environmental and human security risk. Brezovik, an ammunition storage site also represents a constant menace for the people living within at least 15 kilometers range.
25 Oct 2013
Enhancing transparency of municipal finances, an important task in Montenegro’s EU integration process
The project “Strengthening mechanisms for public finance at the local level in Montenegro”, which has just finished, supported the development of capacities of municipal stakeholders and stakeholders at the central level in introducing transparent, accountable and results oriented budgeting that reflects capital investments and local and national strategic priorities.
16 Oct 2013
“Women's businesses - the potential of the Montenegrin economy” was the main topic of the conference geared towards economic strengthening of women. The Union of Employers (UE), International Labour Organization (ILO), Ministry for Human and Minority Rights and Association of Business Women in Montenegro co-organized this conference together with the Gender Programme IPA 2010. Organizers wanted to make known findings of the report “Assessment of environment for female entrepreneurship in Montenegro”, recently conducted by ILO and UE.
09 Oct 2013
It is our pleasure to announce the official signing of the two project agreements for the targeted reform of the Montenegrin judicial system.
03 Oct 2013
A panel devoted to the theme of “Citizens’ participation – using new technologies, social media and innovation to engage citizens in addressing development” was Montenegro’s contribution to a three day global quest for Social Good, the Social Good Summit.
02 Oct 2013
The modernization of society has resulted in a significant shift in the world’s demographic profile. The number of older people has tripled over the last 50 years and it is expected that by the year 2050, more than one in every five persons in the world will be aged 60 or over. In these terms, the situation in Montenegro is not different than in any other country. According to the latest census 18.3 percent of the Montenegrin population is older than 65 years.
01 Oct 2013
The Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare, UNDP Montenegro and PI Nursing Home „Grabovac“, Risan, will organize a two-day Regional Conference „Ageing and seniority - the quality of life“, with the support of IPA 2010 Project “Social Welfare and Child Care System Reform - Enhancing Social Inclusion“ funded by the European Union, and with the support of PI „Morsko dobro“.
29 Sep 2013
The 2nd South Eastern European Government Communication Conference concluded today in Budva, Montenegro, with the establishment of the South East Europe Public Sector Communication Association (SEECOM), as an international, non-profit, professional association of senior public sector communicators from the region.
27 Sep 2013
Building on last year’s successful 1st South Eastern European Government Communication Conference (SEECOM), the Government of Montenegro, in partnership with the U.S. Embassy in Montenegro, Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Regional Cooperation Council and UNDP Montenegro will organise the 2nd SEECOM Conference.
25 Sep 2013
Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic's stay in New York for the purpose of participation in the 68th UN General Assembly session started with meetings with senior officials of the United Nations Development Programme.
20 Sep 2013
Panel discussion: How can new technologies help citizens to engage in addressing development challenges
UNDP in Montenegro and NGO Center for Democratic Transition (CDT) will organize a panel discussion entitled "Citizen participation – using new technologies, social media and innovation to engage citizens in addressing development challenges“.
19 Sep 2013
Hey, do you want to join us on a bike tour and enjoy the first day of autumn? When? On Sunday, 22nd of September, the European Car Free Day.
17 Sep 2013
Over the past decades cross-border cooperation between the Dinaric Arc states has decreased, leaving this region in a rather peripheral and marginal position. However, recently there has been a political and economic shift towards more active cross-border partnership and cooperation, manifested in elaboration of common tourism development strategies and building of cross-border destinations. Similar approach is being considered for the area of the Dinaric Arc Region.
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