The Returning Point aims to tap into the skills and resources of Serbia’s highly-skilled diaspora by helping individuals return and integrating them into the economy, as well as by building bridges for collaboration between expatriates abroad and institutions at home.
How UNDP Serbia Innovation Challenge Calls turn green ideas into reality
To get better at harnessing generative AI and boosting innovation, a few of us attended the MIT Innovation Lab workshop at the Sloan School of Management.
UNDP Serbia, along with Mašinerija, organized a conference to discuss the opportunities and risks associated with the rapidly evolving AI technology in Serbia.
This blog explores the ways in which AI algorithms can reproduce gender stereotypes, and how this can have real-world implications for women in STEM.
We used LinkedIn Ad-targeting data to analyse professional gender gaps in the Western Balkans. The link to the interactive dashboard is at the end of the article.
How Can Women Become Winners of the Fourth Industrial Revolution? Blog by Kristina Nikolic, Jelena Jovicic, Maja Djundic and Marina Iles.
Blog by Kristina Jazinka Nikolic and Milan Lakicevic on the use of Design Thinking methodology to create a Web portal for Serbian startups
How “digital twins” of real cities can help guide innovation and transform our lives. Blog by Drasko Draskovic (Head of Exploration)
A blog that captures learnings of the Depopulation Data Challenge winning solutions, by Drasko Draskovic and Vladimir Nikitovic
The winning solutions to the “Depopulation Data Challenge” – Population (Scientific Journal), Vol 59 No 2 (2021)
Overview of the winning solutions of the Depopulation Data Challenge by Drasko Draskovic and Vladimir Nikitovic
Following the UN World Data Forum 2021, the SDG Knowledge Hub wrote a story about our Forum submission, that illustrates data as a tool for social impact.
Kristina Jazinka Nikolic (Head of Experimentation) as the moderator at the regional panel “How digital nomads see the region”. The Conference brought together decision makers from the region’s countries, coworking space owners and managers, coworking space users, representatives from the business community, representatives from partner institutions, and digital nomads to share their experiences and recommendations
First in a three-part blog series explaining the portfolio approach as an instrument for system transformation, what it means and looks like in practice and how it differs from a traditional project approach. Based on an interview with Irena Cerovic (Head of Solutions mapping) as an early practitioner in UNDP
Blog by Katarina Sajc (Portfolio Manager for SDGs, Private Sector Engagement) and Søren Vester Haldrup (Innovation Facility Fund Manager) on portfolio approach and system thinking applied on designing new portfolio on the SMEs sector in Serbia