An exhibition of art works and drawings by children from the Center for Admission in Spuz was organized by the Centre for Monitoring and Research (CeMI) within the project "Society without Prejudice: Solidarity to Equality and Inclusion", which was held at the National Library. Radosav Ljumovic ".
The Executive Director of CeMI, Teodora Gilic, said that with the project we wanted to try to point out the contribution that migrants can give to our communities, as well as to influence the reduction of cases of racism and xenophobia in Montenegro, "Gilic pointed out.
The exhibition, as she stated, is one of the final activities of the project, and presents the works that resulted from the workshops conducted by CeMI scholarship holders with children from the Reception Center.
CeMI project participant Marija Rackovic, who led workshops for children at the Reception Center in Spuz, said that the children enjoyed the workshops, and that the exhibition features works that represent greeting cards for March 8, which the children prepared for their parents, and drawings, artwork and models.
"The children liked making jewelry the most, which we did not have the opportunity to exhibit because they liked the jewelry so much that they took it home. Through working with children, I learned that it is necessary to dedicate a lot of love and energy and something beautiful like this can always be produced, "said Rackovic.
The project “Society without Prejudice: Solidarity to Equality and Inclusion” is implemented by CeMI with the support of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) within the project “Regional Support to Protective and Sensitive Migration Management in the Western Balkans and Turkey (IPA II Funds).