TRAVELING SCHOOL FOR TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE
If you are a young person, between 19 to 35 years, wishing to learn more about the concept of transitional justice, culture of remembrance, about the 90s wars, war crimes and suffering in SFRY, but also later actively contribute to the process of dealing with the past, as one of the pillars of Europeanization and democratization of Montenegrin society, you should apply for II generation of our Traveling School for Transitional Justice!
MEDIA LITERACY FORUM AND INTERNSHIP
Media Literacy Forum offers wide spectrum of theoretical and practical knowledge on media literacy, with focus on social media and disclosure of fake news. During the three days of intensive and dynamic programme, a group of 20 selected students will have the opportunity to learn from international and domestic experts learn about digital responsibility, investigation techniques and modalites of verifying information.
Media Literacy Forum will be held on 12, 13 and 14 February (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) in Podgorica, and all the costs will be covered by the organizer.
For successful attendance of the Forum, the participants will receive diplomas and the CCE will additionally, based on the assessment of dedication, work and motivation demonstrated by the students, select five participants and offer them three months long paid internship in non-governmental organisations and media, which also include expert mentor support.
FOR PARTICIPATION AT THE REGIONAL ART WORKSHOP
ART FOR SOCIAL CHANGE – VIEW ON CORRUPTION
Aiming to contribute to fight against corruption through alternative ways and sensibilisation of the artistic community in communicating current social challenges, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and the NGO Za druga invite young artists and students of visual art, fine arts and drama to participate at the regional art workshop ART FOR SOCIAL CHANGE – VIEW ON CORRUPTION.
Centre for Civic Education (CCE)
within the project LET’S PUT CORRUPTION INTO MUSEUM! Opens
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
for the support for civil society organisations’ projects in Montenegro
Your project proposals, which should aim to contribute to the civil society participation in the implementation of anti-corruption policies and practices, shall be submitted no later than 25 October 2019, until 16h00.
In order to be eligible for a grant, Montenegrin CSOs must fulfil criteria as follows:
- be a legal person;
- be non-profit-making;
- be directly responsible for the preparation and management of the project;
- be registered as a CSO in Montenegro at least 12 months prior to the deadline for submission of project proposals;
- have an annual budget higher than 10,000€, if one CSO is applicant. If there is one applicant and partner, their annual turnover for 2018 has to be cumulatively higher than 10,000€.
Applications must be submitted with filled: Application form, Budget proposal and Logical Framework Matrix. Please read carefully Guidelines prior to filling these forms.