The recent signature of a MoU between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Kosovo and the University for Business and Technology (UBT), as well as a MoU between the UBT and the Resilience and Sustainable Development Programme (RSDP) in the Center for Industrial Sustainability at the Cambridge University, marked the first step towards the creation of Kosovo’s first Governance Innovation Lab.
Promises of fighting corruption are often followed by mental voyages to a utopic future; however, the very residents of the future, the children of today, are rarely involved on the discourse of the matter.
To enhance the technical survey, community consultants are visiting the Roma community in Kosovo to listen to their experiences on employment and discrimination in labor markets and environmental deprivations Roma are exposed to.
lerta and Zana founded Girls Coding Kosova (GCK), an NGO dedicated to empowering and training women and girls in coding and programming. GCK immediately resonated with Kosovar women. Since it was established in August 2015, more than 500 women and girls have become active members of this rapidly growing community
With a similar dream to UNDP’s – to contribute to the sustainable development of Kosovo – BONEVET aims to produce a new generation of qualified and experienced youth who can foster innovation and spur competitiveness in Kosovo’s economy
Contributing to a number of the Sustainable Development Goals, the InTerDev project in 2016 offered 14 young residents of two municipalities the opportunity to develop vocational skills in 3 professions that are in demand
The social enterprises Mladi Na Selu from Dragash/Dragaš and Udruženje Proizvodjača Maline - Sušice from Štrpce/Shtërpcë set off in late 2014 on a quest to not only supply the market with their superb produce, but also create jobs for the local community
Two debates on transitional justice issues took place in Prishtinë/Priština the last two weeks of November that focused on truth-finding as one of the key pillars of transitional justice, alongside reparations, justice, and guarantees of non-recurrence
43 unemployed men and women have been awarded grants to establish their new businesses in six business sectors such as IT, wood processing industry, tourism, metal processing industry, food production and packaging and textile