CDF Executive Director with the President of the UN General Assembly
On 12 October, Nataša Vučković, Executive Director of the Center for Democracy Foundation met with the President of the United Nations General Assembly, Mr Abdulla Shahid, who is currently visiting Belgrade.
Topics of discussion included the Sustainable Development Goals, gender equality, participation of women in politics, status of women with disabilities as well as concrete suggestions for the promotion of gender equality in Serbia.
Other participants in the conversation included Biljana Meletin of the Women's Platform for Development of Serbia, Ljupka Mihajlovska, Director of the Centre for Students with Disabilities and representatives of the UN team in Serbia.
The meeting was held as part of consultations held between President of the United Nations General Assembly, representatives of women’s NGOs and gender equality experts in Serbia.
Center for Democracy Foundation
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