Good targets, out of sight
Serbia’s lack of any long-term vision or commitment as well as any comprehensive development strategies, make it difficult to counter the negative impact of the global economic crisis and establish a solid basis for economic growth, including increased jobs and livelihoods. In this context, with weak democratic institutions and lacking the rule of law, that the MDGs are unlikely to be achieved by 2015. There is thus a strong need to change the current neoliberal economic development paradigm to one that will focus on achieving human development for all.
Published on Mon, 2012-03-19 09:02
In terms of gender equity Serbia places itself slightly above the European average and most of its neighbours, though far behind the European countries leading the chart.