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Six years after Montenegro joined United Nations the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon landed in Montenegro for the first time, as a part of his regional tour of the former Yugoslav countries...

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Mar 26, 2015
Category: Montenegro
Posted by: vlatko

The wars in Syria and Iraq, as well as armed conflicts, human rights violations and deteriorating security and humanitarian conditions in other countries, pushed the number of asylum applications in industrialized countries to a 22-year high last year, according to a UNHCR report released today.
Mar 20, 2015
Category: Montenegro
Posted by: vlatko
 
Blog post by Benjamin Perks, UN RC a.i. and UNICEF Representative in Montenegro
 
Even the most hard-nosed economist will now concede investment in good early childhood has the biggest return on public investment. But what about a reverse argument that failure to invest in prevention of bad early childhood experience is the most costly oversight a government can make? This is the subject of my recent TedX talk in Podgorica, Montenegro, on the global prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) like neglect, abuse and dysfunctional parenting, and how they drive poor public health, low productivity and other costs amongst adult populations.
Mar 8, 2015
Category: Montenegro
Posted by: vlatko
In spite of tangible progress on many fronts like education and employment, a lot remains to be done in areas of equal pay, women’s entrepreneurship, decision making and violence against women. In Montenegro, women earn 18% less than men for the same job. At the same time, women, who make half of human capital of the country, participate with less than 10% in entrepreneurship. Notably, the political participation of women can be further strengthened and expanded.” said Benjamin Perks, United Nations Resident Coordinator a.i. and UNICEF Representative in Montenegro.
Mar 5, 2015
Category: Montenegro
Posted by: vlatko
Blog post by Marija Novković of UNDP Montenegro, originally posted on Voices from Eurasia 
Open Ideas for Montenegro started of as a competition for the best online app that addresses burning social issues. 
Feb 27, 2015
Category: Montenegro
Posted by: vlatko
“The cooperation with the United Nations Team in Montenegro is one of the best examples of the international framework of cooperation we have,”  underlined Igor Lukšić, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration at the opening of the Joint Country Steering Committee (JSCS) meeting.
Feb 24, 2015
Category: Montenegro
Posted by: vlatko
UNICEF Montenegro hosted a conference entitled "Quality Education - Improving the Quality Assurance System" organized in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, the Education Bureau and the British Council.
Feb 23, 2015
Category: Montenegro
Posted by: vlatko
A year after the opening of the Asylum Center, more than 1,600 people found a shelter at that facility, after they fled from persecution in their own countries. "During the last year, the Center hosted 1,628 persons, most of which came from Syria. 
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