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10 Jul 2013
The EU is experiencing a continuous increase in energy consumption from 1990-2012 with an annual rate of 1,4% increase in average. This is followed by a continuous increase in energy prizes with approx. 20cent EUR/kWh in average for EU-27 countries. Since there are realistic expectations that his trend will continue in the future, the European Energy Community is encouraging its member countries to look into alternative energy sources and to re-investigate their renewable energy potentials.
04 Jul 2013
Social inclusion of marginalized groups is one of highest priorities of Montenegro’s accession to the EU. To ensure sustainable and equal access to social welfare and child care system for all socially vulnerable people in the country, the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare - in partnership with the EU Delegation in Montenegro and UNDP - increased efforts to plan and provide more funds for social services.
02 Jul 2013
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration, with the support of the Capacity Development Programme (CDP), UNDP in Montenegro and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Norway, organized the sixth Montenegrin Summer School for Young Diplomats “Gavro Vuković” from 27 June to 2 July.
14 Jun 2013
As a main driver of Montenegro’s economic growth and investment, the tourism sector is responsible (directly and indirectly) for the large share of Greenhouse gas emissions from the transport, accommodation and other tourism-related activities.
13 Jun 2013
Absorption of the significant part of European Union funds depends, directly or indirectly, on the activities of local governments. The experiences of other countries in the process before joining the European Union have taught us that coordination and cooperation among various stakeholders at the national and local level are the most important prerequisites for success. Simple as that.
15 May 2013
The Environmental Protection Agency of Montenegro, Environmental Movement “OZON”, UNDP Montenegro and NGO DigitalizujMe will organize an international conference on the theme of utilization of new technologies for environmental monitoring.
11 May 2013
NGO DigitalizujMe and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Montenegro will organize an event to mark the closure of the competition “Transparency and Accountability” within the project “Open Ideas for Montenegro“.
08 May 2013
The first official visit of Ms. Cihan Sultanoğlu, UN Assistant Secretary-General, Assistant Administrator of UNDP and UNDP Regional Director for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), to Montenegro reconfirmed the excellent partnership the UN and more specifically UNDP enjoys with the Government of Montenegro.
19 Apr 2013
"Economic growth alone does not automatically reflect on progress when it comes to human development, says “The Rise of the South: Human Progress in a Diverse World,” the 2013 Human Development Report, presented by the UNDP Montenegro in country's capital Podgorica.
08 Mar 2013
The European Union has awarded UNDP in February 2013 a new grant of over EUR 276,000 for strengthening cross-border tourism cooperation between Montenegro and Croatia. The project will stimulate local economy in the cross-border area through bringing together private and public sector in the field of tourism and leveraging new technologies to design user-centric tourism services.
06 Mar 2013
In a tiny country of 620.000 population, two small picturesque mountaineous municipalities of a few thousand inhabitants could save €35-40.000 per year by joining forces, while the second largest municipality Nikšić alone could earn around €40.000 in that way. How come that those municipalities haven’t established the inter-municipal cooperation yet? The most obvious cause and the biggest obstacle is in fact the lack of initial funding.
06 Mar 2013
Within the project “Support to the municipal finance reform in Montenegro through the exchange of experiences” a conference will be held on inter-municipal cooperation.
27 Feb 2013
Within the Program for training of judges and prosecutors on the fight against corruption, entitled “Personal and institutional integrity”, a two-day seminar ‘Court management’ will be organized for presidents of courts.
20 Feb 2013
According to the NGO Centar za monitoring (CEMI), the political life in Montenegro in the current three years will cost €17.5 million of citizens’ money. That is the amount provided from the budget for the elections and parliamentary parties. According to the representatives of the NGO sector the way political parties are being financed is not controlled sufficiently.
14 Feb 2013
Hundreds of citizens will be dancing on the main square in Podgorica in protest against family violence. In this way the capital of Montenegro will join the international campaign „One billion rising“ which will - on the same day and at the same time - connect Podgorica, Brussels, Rome, Sarajevo, Berlin, Belgrade, Zagreb and another 200 cities in the world.
13 Feb 2013
Can we help citizens get an ownership title to their house, save money on energy bills and at the same time generate income for local administrations through real estate taxes? UNDP and Government of Montenegro think so.
13 Feb 2013
Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism, in cooperation with UNDP and the Norwegian Mapping Authority (Kartverket) will organize an international conference on “Legalization of informal settlements in Montenegro”.
28 Jan 2013
Almost half of the Montenegrin population (42%), especially older generations, continue to believe that the state, i.e. the Government is responsible to provide for them. Even nine out of ten citizens believe that for making progress in life it is important to be well connected with people in high positions and with political powers - data revealed in the latest National Human Development Report of Montenegro.
28 Jan 2013
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Montenegro will organise a presentation of the National Human Development Report 2013, titled: ‘People are the real wealth of the country.’ How rich is Montenegro?
19 Dec 2012
Women in Montenegro face an increased threat of domestic violence. They are also politically marginalized and economically disadvantaged. With only 13.6% of women parliamentarians, Montenegro takes 99th place among countries of the world, where the average representation is 19.6%.
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