Računari za najbolje mlade umetnike_en

Best Young Artists Awarded Laptops

02 February 2011, Prokuplje

Dejan Marinović, a student of the Nova Varoš Technical Secondary School, Maida Hadžalić, a student of the Prijepolje High School, and Hekuran Maliqi, a student of the Preševo High School, won the UNOPS Progres 2011 Calendar Competition.  At the awards ceremony in the Toplice National Museum, Swiss Ambassador H.E. Erwin Hofer awarded each of the three winners a laptop and the winner among secondary school in Grdelica, on a basis of demonstrated commitment and overall quality of illustrations,  a check for 150,000 dinars to purchase the necessary school equipment. 

Dobro upravljanje – ključ za prosperitet_en

Good Governance – Key to Prosperity

01 February 2011, Novi Pazar, Vranje

The European Partnership with Municipalities Programme – PROGRES organised seminars in Novi Pazar and Vranje in early February 2011 on topic “What is and Why We Need Good Governance”.

Pune ruke posla za lokalnu zajednicu _en

Hands Full with Work for the Local Community

26 January 2011, Novi Pazar

The European Partnership with Municipalities Programme – PROGRES and the Center for Free Elections and Democracy - CeSID presented findings of the survey Citizens Satisfaction  with Lifess  in Local Communities,  that was carried out in 25 municipalities of South and Southwest of Serbia during the past two months.

Evropska unija i vlada Švajcarske podržavaju oporavak Kraljeva od zemljotresa_en

EU and Swiss Government Support Kraljevo Earthquake Recovery

28 December 2010, Kraljevo

Representatives of the European Partnership with Municipalities Programme – PROGRES have handed over to Kraljevo Mayor, Ljubiša Simović, the reports about damage on 19 public buildings, total surface covering 21,000 m² that was caused during November earthquake.

Please be informed that the European Partnership with Municipalities Programme – EU PROGRES was completed on 31 March 2014. If you would like to learn about the activities and results of the European PROGRES, which is a continuation of development support of the European Union and Government of Switzerland to the South East and South West Serbia, please visit www.europeanprogres.org