During the first phase of Post 2015 consultations ‘Serbia We Want’ held in 2013 people in Serbia called for development in culture, while fostering the spirit of responsibility, tolerance and social cohesion. As a consequence, Serbia has been selected as one of the six countries to conduct the second phase of the Post-2015 consultations focusing on the culture and development. In new round of consultations people from Serbia will have opportunity to tell how they see the role of culture in development process and interaction of culture with poverty, education, gender equality, sustainable cities and urbanization, environment protection and climate change and inclusion and reconciliation.

Questionnaire can be filled HERE in Serbian language ONLY. Translated version in English language may be found below - not available for filling.



Please first fill out information regarding your personal background

1. Sex

a. Female

b. Male

2. Age:

a. under 14

b. 15-19

c. 20-24

d. 25-29

e. 30-34

f. 35-39

g. 40-44

h. 45-49

i. 50-54

j. 55-59

k. 60-64

l. 65+

3. Highest education completed:

a. No schooling completed

b. Primary school

c. High school or equivalent

d. Bachelors Degree

e. Acquiring post-graduate level of education

4. Activity status:

a. Formally employed

b. Informally employed

c. Self Employed registered

d. Self Employed unregistered

e. Farmer

f. Unemployed

g. Pensioner

h. Student

i. Housewife/homemaker

j. Other inactive person

k. Something else, what?______________

5. Type of settlements in which you live:

a. Village

b. Small Town

c. City

6. Region:

a. Belgrade

b. Vojvodina

c. Sumadija and Western Serbia

d. East and South Serbia

7. Are you an activist in any non-governmental organization?

a. Yes

b. No

8. In your opinion, what shared values ​​and goals should people and institutions in Serbia foster in order for the country to develop more successfully?

9. How should these values be encouraged and nurtured?

10. Who should take the lead role in promoting and nurturing those values?

11. How can you personally contribute to this?

12. Are young generations bringing some new values?

YES

NO

13. If YES, what are these values?

14. Which of these values ​​contribute to the development of Serbia?

15. Which of these values ​​hinder development in Serbia?

16. Do some values ​​of an older generations represent a positive legacy for development?

YES

NO

17. If YES, what are those values?

18. What values ​​of the older generations can be an obstacle to development of Serbia?

19. Does the current educational system encourages development of culture which is favorable to development?

YES

NO

20. Do you agree that the following issues should be more represented in the curricula of schools in Serbia

I Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

I disagree

I do not know

a. Gender Equality

b. Culture of life / life-styles and skills

c. Sexual and Reproductive Health

d. Environmental Protection

e. Climate Change

f. Protection and preservation of cultural heritage

g. Management in culture

h. History of Religions

i. Traditions of people in Serbia

j. Religious Education

k. Entrepreneurship

l. Arts

m. Something else

(please specify)

21. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements:

I Agree

Neither agree nor disagree

I disagree

I do not know

a. Cultural norms have significantly improved in the last 20 years in Serbia

b. Culture can be an engine for development

c. Serbia adequately manages its cultural and natural heritage

d. Serbia adequately promote its cultural, natural and tourist offers

e. Serbia invest a sufficient amount of resources in the cultural sector and cultural industries *

f. Department of Culture and cultural industries can contribute to entrepreneurship and youth employment

g. Public-private partnerships in the field of culture are necessary for better management and sustainability of cultural resources

* The term "cultural industries" refers to industries such as publishing, music, film and audiovisual production, multimedia, as well as crafts and design; broader concept includes the 'creative' industries such as architecture and the different categories of art (visual, stage).

22. Comments, remarks