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Four webinars organized as a part of the "SDGs for All" Platform

21.10.2020 — Local news Serbia
A series of webinars were organized within the "SDGs for All" program with the aim of engaging various actors in discussions of the alignment of Serbia's development priorities with the goals contained in the 2030 Agenda, especially in the context of the current COVID-19 crisis.

Civil society organizations signed contracts for institutional support within the ACT project

05.10.2020 — Local news Serbia
At the online ceremony SIGN ACT: Celebrating the beginning of ACT institutional support to civil society organizations, which was broadcast live on social networks, the goals and significance of this project were presented, and the organizations told us where they see themselves and civil society after two years working to strengthen their base in their communities.

Switzerland Supports CSO Networks in Serbia

15.09.2020 — Local news Serbia
The Swiss-supported project “For an Active Civil Society Together - ACT” published a Call for Network Activity Grants (NAG). The call is open until 7 October 2020 for formal and informal CSO networks throughout Serbia. Up to 10 selected networks will receive EUR 25,000 each in support, over the next 18 months. Having in mind the current circumstances, applications will be received and processed via a special online platform.

Science Technology Parks opened in Nis and Cacak

17.06.2020 — Local news Serbia
The openings of Science Technology Parks Nis and Cacak took place during last week. As a part of the opening ceremonies, agreements on the implementation of the project “Technopark Serbia 2 – Boosting export through techno parks” were signed. Through the project, the Government of Switzerland will further support the development of innovations and the creation of the network of science and technology parks in Serbia to the tune of EUR 3.5 million over the next four years.

COVID-19: Switzerland focuses on most vulnerable people

16.06.2020 — Local news Serbia
Since the outbreak of the crisis, Switzerland has been supporting many vulnerable people throughout Serbia to cope with the effect of the crisis. Elderly, unemployed, chronically sick people, marginalized groups and migrants benefit alike from Switzerland’s emergency response related to COVID-19.

Krusevac wins European Mobility Week Award for 2019

18.05.2020 — Local news Serbia
The city of Krusevac was declared the winner of the European Mobility Week 2019 award in the category of larger municipalities. The Municipal Energy Efficiency and Management Project in Serbia (MEEMP) implemented the European Energy Award (EEA) certification process in Krusevac. One of the six areas which the EEA certification process analyses and takes into account is urban mobility. The program is supported by the Government of Switzerland.

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