PODGORICA, 28 June 2012 – A group of 18 women from the Municipality of Cetinje will complete an OSCE-supported two-month computer skills training course on Friday, 29 June, in Cetinje.
The OSCE Mission and the Gender Department of Justice and Human Rights Ministry organized the course to teach unemployed women from the municipality basic computer skills, improving their chances on the job market. The course was supported by the Cetinje Municipality and the Njegoš primary school in Cetinje.
During the graduation ceremony, the course participants will receive certificates in basic computer skills. Deputy Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Svetlana Rajković, and the Deputy Head of the OSCE Mission to Montenegro, Waldemar Figaj, will take part in the ceremony.
The OSCE Mission helped organize similar courses earlier this year in the municipalities Berane, Bijelo Polje and Budva under the projects aimed at promoting gender equality at the local level.
Journalists are invited to attend the ceremony, at 13.00 on Friday, 29 June 2012, in the Ceremonial Hall of the Municipality of Cetinje, Bajova 2, Cetinje.