Democracy School – XXVIII generation

The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) announces a Call for the XXVIII generation of

- school for studying democracy from theory to practice -

Democracy School programme encompasses 20 sessions which are combination of lectures, interactive work through workshops and simulations, as well as film screenings with accompanying discussions. Programme is conducted for four months, once or twice per week, for an hour and a half.

Candidates over 18 are eligible, regardless of gender, nationality, religion or beliefs, with the indication that advantage will be given to those who demonstrate high degree of social activism in governmental, non-governmental, political party, union, media, economic, scientific, cultural framework and student associations and initiatives. The School is intended for those who wish to contribute to development of democracy and civil society in Montenegro.  »

EU Accession Negotiation School

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) announces the call for


The School is comprised of seven modules which will be implemented through 22 thematic lectures in Podgorica and one three-days seminar outside of Podgorica. 

  1. The EU Enlargement Policy and the history of Montenegro-EU relations
  2. Negotiation Chapters
  3. Negotiation structure and the accession negotiations process of Montenegro
  4. Regional and broader experiences
  5. Communicating EU in Montenegro and communicating Montenegro in the EU
  6. Availability of IPA funds and programmes in which Montenegro participates
  7. Writing project-proposals for EU funds

Sessions are held once or twice per week, for an hour and a half, as well as through expert seminars and conferences.

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Young Leadership School – VII generation

Centre for Civic Education (CCE)
announces CALL for participants of VII generation

– school for studying leadership skills from theory to practice –

If you are a high-schooler wishing to develop your leadership skills, promote democratic values, expand and exchange experience with young people from Montenegro who are ready to take an active stance in resolving problems - Young Leadership School is your programme!

Objective of the Young Leadership School is to improve understanding of leadership amongst high-schoolers from the territory of Montenegro, strengthen their motivation and capacities to advocate for democratic values in their schools and local communities.

Young Leadership School, in an interactive manner, via intensive several-days-long course which encompasses lectures, workshops, forum-theatres, film screenings and visits to institutions, offers to the young people a possibility to learn about open society and social changes. We will address concepts of democracy, tolerance, human rights and freedoms, identity, authority, prejudice and stereotypes, gender equality, violence recognition, non-violent methods of overcoming conflicts, public relations, role of media, advocacy etc. by strengthening young people to be active participants of social life within their community.

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RECOM call for support to CSO projects

Centre for Civic Education (CCE/CGO), on behalf of project partners, within the project Regional CSO Activism for Regional Reconciliation in the Former Yugoslavia – in Support of RECOM, announces


You may submit your project proposals, which should contribute to strengthen prospects for reconciliation in the region by establishing the facts on war crimes, engaging civil society and the broader public in reconciliation and remembrance efforts and support to Initiative for RECOM. Your proposals should be submitted in English or local language, until 1 March 2019 and you will be notified on results of the competition approximately until 15 March 2019. Signing of the contract will be conducted upon the publication of the results. Project activities must be completed until 1 October 2019.

In order to apply for the call, it is necessary to fill Application form and Budget template. Before completing this form please read the detail instructions - Guidelines.

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