Centre for Civic Education and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung are organising PANEL DISCUSSION on
1968 – 40 YEARS AFTER: AND WHERE IS MONTENEGRO
- Dusan LEKIC, publicist and diplomat, participant of the protest in 1968
- Balsa BRKOVIC, writer and editor in daily Vijesti
- Dr Filip KOVACEVIC, professor at the University of Montenegro
- Milos NOVOVIC, executive director of the Reform Youth Initiative
Panel moderator will be Daliborka Uljarevic, executive director of the CCE
Panel will be held on Friday, 26 December 2008 from 18h00 until 204h00, in Multimedia Hall of the Human Resources Agency in Podgorica
Due to the limited number of participants prior registration via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 020 665 112 is required.
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) congratulates the new general director of RTCG Branko Vojičić on the appointment to that office and request, in line with the Law on Free Access to information, a copy of the “poem” Mr Vojičić submitted as his programme for this company and which earned him the office. CCE believes that the public, and not only a handful of managers of RTCG has the right to be acquainted with the vision of development of RTCG proposed by its new general director..
To each according to merit - (pdf)
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) expresses its dismay at the reaction of Predrag Miranovic, rector of the University of Montenegro to the recently published research on the citizens’ perception of corruption at the University, conducted jointly by CCE and CEMI with support of the German government…
Knowledge is the only diploma – (pdf)
Here you can download original EC Montenegro 2008 Progress Report. Translation can be found on the version with our language. The translation has been done by the Centre for Civic Education, Centre for Development of NGOs and European Movement in Montenegro…
EC Montenegro 2008 Progress Report – (pdf)
Centre for Civic Education, Centre for development of non-governmental organisations and European movement in Montenegro with the support of Foundation Open Society Institute- Office in Montenegro, are publicizing an ADVERTISEMENT for participants of the VIII generation of the
SCHOOL OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATIONS
and the participants of the VIII generation of the
School of European Integrations is composed of 7 modules totally lasting four months, and it comprises a wide spectrum of theoretical and practical knowledge from the field of European Integrations.