The Minister of Justice, Etilda Gjonaj, released the convicted women for several hours and took them to the Prime Minister’s Office, where for the first time there was an exhibition of works by women staying at the ”Ali Demi” Institution and Kavaja correction facility.
From the COD room, Gjonaj emphasized social justice and rehabilitation programs are being implemented for the inmates.
She emphasized how for women and youngsters, there will be treatment with employment programs or other programs that are focused on their integration into society. “In both institutions, appropriate facilities have been created for the purpose of rehabilitation and reintegration work, but also of the art that, with the help of our partners, has been able to follow. One of them has brought us together today to change our lives, as a project that enabled the installation of pyrography at Ali Demi and Kavaja Institutes, which represents another potential opportunity for vocational training and self-employment. ” , said Gjonaj.