Brochure “Serbia’s Sustainable Development – How are we doing” is a baseline review of Serbia’s human development and environmental challenges as well as of the assets and limitations it faces in advancing towards attainment of sustainable development goals (SDGs). It provides background information for the design of a society-wide dialogue to help shape Serbia’s nationalization of SDGs in line with its commitment to the UN 2030 Agenda. The document focuses on SDG dimensions, grouped in four pillars, considered key for Serbia’s human development, and it does not address existing policy goals or options, nor their implementation.
The brochure was part of the project „Preparatory Project for a Society-wide Dialogue Platform on SDGs for Serbia” supported by Government of Switzerland. It was created on the basis of the research “Serbia Sustainable Development Issues: A Baseline Review”. The Baseline Review was prepared by the Center of Advanced Economic Studies (CEVES), led by Kori Udovički with a research team composed of Nemanja Šormaz, Danijela Bobić, Aleksandra Urošev, Valentina Čolić, Mila Pejčić and Jelisaveta Lazarević.This study benefited from comments by participants at several workshops and consultative meetings, as well as from bilateral meetings with stakeholders.
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