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2014

The results of the Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys reveal limited progress and growing disparities for children and women in Serbia
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF Serbia statement regarding the government’s intentions to introduce a legal ban on corporal punishment of children
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

With 15 million children caught up in major conflicts, UNICEF declares 2014 a devastating year for children
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Eastern European and Central Asian countries promote better access to HIV testing for adolescents on World AIDS Day
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

THE FUTURE IS ALREADY HERE – WE HAVE TO DECIDE WHAT TO DO WITH IT - The State of the World’s Children and the Situation in Serbia
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Serbia marks the 25th Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in the National Assembly
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF Representative meets with President of Serbia
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Staying at School in Serbia
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

The Responsibility of the Business Sector for Present and Future Generations
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Governments in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia commit to ending violence against all children
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Kindergartens without Borders - Supporting Every Child's Right to Preschool Education in Serbia
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Communicating with Children - TV programmes for Children in Serbia
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Ana Ivanovic, UNICEF National Ambassador for Serbia: No child should live in fear of violence
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF emergency and recovery response to floods in Serbia
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Serbia Celebrates Children’s Week
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

International Day of the Girl Child
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Education for all – Together
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF’s on-going assistance to families and children from flooded areas
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Launch of the Kindergartens without Borders 2 Project
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Kindergartens without Borders
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Quality services for young people are necessary in local communities
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Serbia’s young people learn to help themselves
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

New Standards for the Accreditation of Maternity Wards and Neonatal Departments
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Improvement of efficiency of financial social assistance is necessary in the protection of children and families with children
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

From institutional isolation to a loving family home
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Support vulnerable families to reduce reliance on institutional care
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

A Strong Family is Crucial for Happiness - Show research results about happiness and families with children in Serbia
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF delivered free textbooks and notebooks to primary school students in Obrenovac
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF delivers assistance to flooded areas
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

After the Floods: Rebuilding Lives, Returning to School
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF supported child-friendly spaces help children return to normalcy in Obrenovac
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Floods in Serbia Disrupt School Year: How UNICEF is Helping
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF Serbia: Floods Emergency and Recovery Response
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

The Novak Djokovic Foundation donates 110.000 euros to UNICEF Offices in Bosnia and Herzegovina and in Croatia
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Research results on gender-based violence in schools in Serbia
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF-supported child friendly spaces
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF response to floods in Serbia
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF assistance for children and families affected by floods
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on the Balkan Floods
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF supports children evacuated from the flooded areas
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Ana Ivanovic joins the humanitarian action for flood victims
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Call for support for appropriate infant and young child feeding in emergencies
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

United Nations Country Team response to floods in Serbia
United Nations Country Team response to floods in Serbia

Novak Djokovic and Michel Saint-Lot visit the project “Supporting Families At Risk”
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Aleksandar Djordjevic Meets UNICEF Friends
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

"Communicating with Children" - Regional Conference
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Implementation of the project “Combating Early School Leaving in Serbia” starts
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF: Prioritize children to speed up Roma inclusion in Europe
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Policy impact analysis: providing additional support to students from vulnerable groups in pre-university education
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF and Serbian Public Broadcaster for children
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF signs a Memorandum of Agreement with the Ombudsman
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Happy International Women's Day
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

OPEN CALL TO POLITICAL PARTIES IN SERBIA
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Change for children
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Telenor Group and UNICEF partnering for children
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF calls for US$2.2 billion to help 59 million children in emergencies
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

The beginning of the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey on the situation of women and children in Serbia - MICS
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

Piloting of the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey on the situation of women and children in Serbia (MICS 5) in Zrenjanin
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

UNICEF statement on the entry into force of the Third Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys 2014 (MICS 5) reveal limited progress and continuing disparities for children and women in Serbia

 

 
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