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Include more women into security sector reform in Montenegro by developing a National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security, says OSCE’s Senior Gender Adviser

PODGORICA, 30 April 2015 – Montenegro has taken important steps in promoting women’s rights and gender equality in the country through developing adequate policies and legislative frameworks but more can be done, the OSCE Senior Adviser on Gender Issues Ambassador Miroslava Beham said as she concluded a three-day visit to Montenegro. “Considerable progress has been made in the defence sector of Montenegro,” Beham emphasized. “One of the highlights is the appointment of a woman as Minister of Defence and the recruitment of a growing number of women in the army. Further efforts are needed to include more women in the …read more

Source: OSCE

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