Student Leadership Programme

CCE with the support of the Embassy of Canada publicizes AN ADVERTISMENT for participation of 30 students for the

STUDENT LEADERSHIP PROGRAMME

Students will attend an intensive training programme aiming to contribute resolving of the problems existing in higher education system, with the focus on fields of corruption in education and implementation of Bologna Declaration, while strengthening their activism and leadership potential. »

Joint protest of NGOs active in the field of human rights concerning the election of Ombudsman

We express our protest since the President of Montenegro, Mr Filip Vujanović, yesterday, on 4 November 2009, proposed to the Parliament a candidate for the Protector of human rights and freedoms without prior alignment of the Law on Protector of Human Rights and Freedoms with the Constitution and without consultation with representatives of civil sector and scientific institutions…

Joint protest of NGOs active in the field of human rights concerning the election of Ombudsman – (pdf)

Montenegro on its way to EU: Accomplished goals and future challenges

Centre for Civic Education is organising EUROPEAN FRIDAY on

MONTENEGRO ON ITS WAY TO EU:
ACCOMPLISHED GOALS AND FUTURE CHALLENGES

Guest/panelist:
- Vesko Garčević, Political director of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro

Panel moderator will be Daliborka Uljarević, executive director of the CCE

Panel will be held on Friday, 6 November 2009 from 18h00 until 19h30, in the premises of the Centre for Civic Education in Podgorica

Due to the limited number of participants prior registration via email violeta@cgo-cce.org or phone 020 665 327 is required.

Supreme state prosecution should be the leader in law enforcement, not to be sued party

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) for more than half a year is trying, in accordance with the Law on Free Access to Information, to get some basic information about the work of the Supreme Public Prosecutor’s Office (SSP), with the aim to familiarise this important institution to citizens and to increase the transparency of its work.

Supreme state prosecution should be the leader in law enforcement, not to be sued party – (pdf)