For every dollar pledged to tackle climate crisis for world’s poor, four dollars are spent on fossil fuel subsidies that keep the climate crisis alive.
Every other citizen believes that women and men are different to the extent that it makes it impossible to fully achieve gender equality.
Despite progress made in Montenegro, numerous systemic shortcomings continue to challenge women's political participation – patriarchal attitudes, prejudices and insufficient interest on behalf of political parties are key obstacles to their more active involvement in politics.
Government of Montenegro is commited to decreasing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 35% below 1990 levels, by 2030 - aiming for decarbonization which implies transforming the energy sector, transportation, and industry.
Women running for political office often defy social norms and are considered as intruders – scrutinized, stigmatized, and targeted – not only by their political competitors but sometimes by the media, their communities, or their families.
More than 70 people participated in cleaning waste on the beaches, in the sea, and coast in the Bay of Kotor today.
Voluntary blood donations during these two years has been decreasing, and the Donate Blood application will significantly help the Blood Transfusion Institute to achieve its mission – to save lives and treat patients.

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620,029

Population

35%

of youth are unemployed

24%

of Parliamentary seats held by women

9.6%

of women entrepreneurs

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