70th Anniversary since women gained voting rights in MontenegroJun 28, 2016On the occasion of the 70th anniversary since women in Montenegro gained the right to vote, the Delegation of the European Union to Montenegro, Ministry of Human and Minority Rights and UNDP, in cooperation with the Montenegrin National Theatre, organised a solemn academy. Through a multimedia programme, designed as a reflection on key moments in the history of women's political activism in Montenegro, the audience in the national theatre was able to see how women in Montenegro invested efforts in the past several decades to equally share the political space with men.
Montenegro in the category of very high human developmentDec 14, 2015For the first time since Human Development Index was calculated for Montenegro, the country entered the category of very high human development and ranked 49th out of 188 countries and territories, based on the HDI value of 0.802. The report, titled ‘Work for Human Development’, examines the intrinsic relationship between work and human development and calls for equitable and decent work for all.
Violence against women is not acceptable and can be preventedNov 25, 2015On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the United Nations System in Montenegro is calling for renewed efforts to end violence against women.
SOS helpline for victims of violence in family received almost 500 calls in less than two monthsOct 26, 2015In less than two months since its establishment, SOS helpline for victims of violence in family received 497 phone calls.
Round table about Strategy on protection from domestic violence 2016-2020Oct 13, 2015The Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare in cooperation with the UN Thematic Group for Gender Equality and Human Rights organized a round table discussion on the draft Strategy on Protection from Violence in Family (2016-2020), attended by the representatives of line ministries, centres for social welfare, judiciary, police and NGOs.
Looking for investment opportunities? Check out what business zones in Montenegro have to offer!Oct 7, 2015Montenegro has a lot to offer– from its beautiful coast and mountains, the wealth of natural resources, human capital and skilled workforce, to solid infrastructure and strategic geographic position. But that is only a small part of the country’s potentials, which proved appealing enough to attract more than 80 investors from 24 countries, who gathered in Montenegro for a two-day International Conference on Investment Policies and Potentials.
International Conference on Low Carbon TourismSep 28, 2015International Conference on Low Carbon Tourism will be held on 9-10 October 2015 in Hotel Maestral in Budva, Montenegro. The Conference is organized by the Centre for Sustainable Development/UNDP in cooperation with the Ministry on Sustainable Development and Tourism, Government of Montenegro.
My Town – My ResponsibilitySep 16, 2015“My Town” is the first web portal of its kind in Montenegro, which was developed with an aim to increase transparency and accountability of municipal budgets. The upgrading of the website was a part of the project “Monitoring of the local budgets”, a joint venture of the Ministry of Finance, UNDP in Montenegro and the NGO Institute Alternative.
Montenegro introduces national, toll-free, anonymous SOS helpline for victims of violence in familySep 9, 2015Do you know how to recognize violence in family? Do you know all its forms and facets? Do you know where to seek help and which protection measures are in place to support the victim? Answers to all these questions and many others will now be provided by the SOS helpline for victims of violence in family. The line is national, toll-free, anonymous and available 24/7.
Montenegro evolves into a modern diplomacy hubJul 10, 2015The Summer School for Young Diplomats “Gavro Vukovic” puts Montenegro on the global diplomacy map for the eight year in a row now! With a network of almost 300 young diplomats and more than 20 lecturers from 31 country who participated at the summer school, Montenegro gradually evolves into a world renowned hub of modern diplomacy.
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