Centre for Civic Education and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung are organising PANEL DISCUSSION on
ENDEMIC CORRUPTION AS BALKAN CULTURAL DIFFERENCE
- Aleksandar DAMJANOVIĆ, Chairman of the Committee for Economy, Finance and Budget of the Parliament of Montenegro and member of the National Commission for Fight against Corruption and Organised Crime of the Government of Montenegro
- Dr Zoran STOILJKOVIĆ, member of the Agency for Fight against Corruption of the Republic of Serbia
- Zlatko VUJOVIĆ, president of the Managing Board of Centre for Monitoring and member of the National Commission for Fight against Corruption and Organised Crime of the Government of Montenegro
- Neđeljko RUDOVIĆ, editor of the political affairs in daily „Vijesti“
Panel moderator will be Daliborka Uljarevic, executive director of the CCE
Panel will be held on Monday, 26 October 2009 from 18h00 until 20h00, in the premises of the Centre for Civic Education in Podgorica.
Due to the limited number of participants prior registration via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 020 665 327 is required.
Bearing in mind that the 6 – years term of office of the Ombudsman, Mr Šefko Crnovršanin, expired on 20 October and that the Parliament failed to elect the new person at that position in a timely manner, we state out protest, since this oversight clearly shows the irresponsible approach of the competent state bodies towards the obligation of the state to provide protection of human rights and freedoms…
Protest concerning oversight of competent state bodies to elect Ombudsman in a timely manner – (pdf)
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) welcomes, for Montenegrin conditions unrecorded, persistence, autonomy and courage of pupils devoted to depoliticising management in education, thus implementing their knowledge in Civic education in the reform of this system which should serve the students, and not some partisan or personal interests. Regardless of final result, which showed all fragility of institutions, this was the spark which will positively mark this year…
The minister cannot avoid responsibility – (pdf)
Brussels’ newspeak has no phrase for “emperor is naked”, but rather relies on a construction which translates to our language as “That’s nice, BUT…”. Which is why this report is generally positive, as it leaves us with a foggy promise that we won’t be staying alone in the house with bullies for much longer…
The Commission says-BUT – (pdf)
Centre for Civic Education is organising EUROPEAN FRIDAY on
EXPERIENCE OF SLOVAKIA IN THE PROCESS OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MONTENEGRO
- Mr. Michal SPEVAK, project manager within Union of Employers of Montenegro
Panel moderator will be Violeta Marniku, programme associate in the CCE.
Panel will be held on Friday, 16 October 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 email@example.com or phone 020 665 327 is required.