Public Pulse is a successor to the Kosovo Early Warning project and continues to work on research and analysis of important issues and provide opinions and perceptions of citizens on the performance of the government of Kosovo and other public Institutions.
KSSP is a holistic security approach aiming to support the development of the relevant legal framework, strategies, and action plans. This will result in various outcomes focused on small arms control, safer communities and preventing violent extremism.
The project will directly engage Community representatives in the renovation and protection of their own living space, particularly when these communities host sites of religious and cultural significance for other communities
The STJK will support and facilitate the work of project partners in drafting a “national strategy” on dealing with the past and reconciliation that includes those transitional justice mechanisms they see most suitable for Kosovo
The project; which is the follow up of the Kosovo Small Arms Control (KOSSAC) project aims to support the Kosovo stakeholders in controlling the widespread illegal possession and circulation of small arms and light weapons and through a risk based management and evidence based approach to minimize the risks of these weapons and explosive materials
The project provides high-level policy advice, guidance, technical, and capacity development support for the implementation of the Public Administration Strategy and Action Plan. It will support the Ministry of Public Administration on the process of developing policies and legal instruments which support the implementation of PAR as a technical process.
Through the project, UNDP is supporting municipalities in using social media tools to make local government more attractive, approachable and open for youth in order to build bridges between local government and young people by utilizing the potential of social media platforms and mobile phone technologies.
The project supports continuous legal education for judges, including women judges strengthening an independent and effective justice system for Kosovo, which protects and promotes human rights standards, ensuring better access to justice for all citizens
Five UN Agencies (OHCHR, UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF and UN Women) have joined their efforts to help the survivors of domestic violence, and support municipalities, service delivery institutions and civil society organisations to develop their capacities in order to effectively address the phenomenon of domestic violence.
The overall aim of the Strengthening Disaster Resilience of at Risk Municipalities project is to strengthen the capacities of vulnerable and at-risk municipalities to cope with natural hazards and disasters.
The Capacity Development Facility for Institutional Reform project works to strengthen individual and organizational capacities of the Kosovo government to meet the challenges deriving from the European integration process.
The Advancing Gender Justice project focuses on development of institutional and community capacities to ensure access to justice for all. The project places a particular emphasis on public participation and inclusion of vulnerable social groups and especially women.
The Rule of Law Project works towards strengthening an independent and effective justice system for Kosovo, which protects and promotes human rights standards with special focus on vulnerable groups (women, minorities), ensuring better access to justice for all citizens, aiming to achieve the overall outcome of supporting the judicial education in Kosovo
The project, through an innovative and holistic approach towards anti-corruption, aims to strengthen institutional transparency, accountability and integrity, with a particular focus on empowering citizens and access to information.