Chairperson of the Gender Equality Committee Ms Nada Drobnjak today has taken part in the conference "Women in Management in Montenegro - Support to leadership and professional development of women in Montenegro”, organised by the Union of Employers of Montenegro (UPCG) and the International Labour Organisation (ILO), in cooperation with the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare, Ministry of Human and Minority Rights, Directorate for Development of Small and Medium Enterprises - Ministry of Economy, and Association of Businesswomen of Montenegro.

The Committee considered a number of proposals for laws

A member of the Gender Equality Committee of the Parliament of Montenegro Ms Branka Tanasijević took part in the Second OSCE Gender Equality Review Conference, which took place in Vienna on 12-13 June 2017.

Action Plan for application of the Resolution 1325 of the United Nations Security Council – Women, Peace and Security in Montenegro (2017-2018) considered

Chairperson of the Gender Equality Committee, Ms Nada Drobnjak, is participating at the Regional Conference on the role of parliaments in achieving the goals of sustainable development and at the Global Conference on "Building citizens trust through openness and engagement", held from 18 - 20 May in Kiev, Ukraine.

 

Readiness for continuing the successful cooperation expressed  

Gender Equality Committee, at the Sixth Meeting that was held today, considered 2016 Performance Report of the Protector of Human Rights and Freedoms of Montenegro, within its purview

At their Fifth Meeting held today, the Gender Equality Committee considered the Implementation Report on the Implementation Programme 2015-2016 of the Plan of Action for Gender Equality (PAPRR) for 2016 and learned about the Plan of Action for Gender Equality (PAPRR) for 2017-2021 with the Implementation Programme for the period 2017-2018. 

This year’s session is dedicated to implementation of activities on the need for greater involvement of women in public and political life, as well as involvement of young members of national minorities and Roma, in order to strengthen their engagement in politics, which has been recognised in the Action Plan for Chapter 23, adopted by the Government.

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