Public Pulse 11 covers the period from September 2015 to March 2016 and follows the tradition of previous reports by examining the evolving situation in Kosovo.
Through its youth innovation workshop titled “Re-Imagining Cultural Heritage”, CBCPK encouraged young people to engage in Kosovo’s rich and diverse cultural heritage more
UNDP's intrventions in Kosovo during 2015 more
Projects and Initiatives
The ALMP2 project builds on long-standing UNDP achievements in supporting Kosovo citizens, with particular focus on vulnerable young men and women, to find a job or establish a new venture. more
The project aims to increase the opportunities for Kosovans living abroad to participate in the economic development of Kosovo. more
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 through the latest technological tools, access to information, and open participation in decision-making processes more
The project is directly engaging 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 more
- 25 Aug 2016:Young People Engage in Cultural Heritage Protection and Promotion
- 24 Aug 2016:Growing Raspberries to Improve Living
- 23 Aug 2016:Legal Aid Actors Delivering as One
- 17 Aug 2016:Coming Together Through Traditional Dance
- 12 Aug 2016:Making Corruption a Thing of the Past
Recent PublicationsPublic Pulse Report 11
Kosovo Mosaic 2015 provides the views of 6,700 citizens on the quality of public services and performance of local authorities with respect to service delivery.