Speed up the dynamics of work regarding Chapter 23

In the framework of the project “EU Info Bus: on the road to the EU!”, the panel discussion “Montenegro in the process of negotiations with the European Union: chapter 23 – Judiciary and fundamental rights” was held today at the conference room of the Faculty of Law at the University of Montenegro, in cooperation with ELSA Montenegro. The project “EU Info Bus: on the road to the EU!” is carried out by the Centre for Civic Education with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation and the NGO Natura and it is funded by the EU Delegation to Montenegro.

Panelists of the event were Daliborka ULJAREVIĆ, executive director of the CCE, PhD Vladimir SAVKOVIĆ, professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Montenegro, Annalisa GIANSANTI, political advisor at the EU Delegation to Montenegro, Lyndon RADNEDGE, Deputy Head of Mission of United Kingdom, Svetlana RAJKOVIĆ, Deputy minister of Justice and Human Rights and member of the negotiation group in charge of chapter 23 and 24 and Snežana RADOVIĆ, general director for European Integration at the MFAEI. »

Contest for the best journalistic piece on European Integration in Montenegro

Acknowledging the significance of the European Integration process and the need for citizens of Montenegro to be well informed about its developments, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), in cooperation with the Delegation of the European Union to Montenegro, opens a

for the best journalistic piece on European Integration in Montenegro

The contest is open to all print media journalists (daily newspapers, weekly and periodical news magazines), as well as to journalists of all agencies and web-portals registered in Montenegro. Articles submitted for the competition shall be published in the period from 29 June 2012 to 1 April 2013. »

There is no political will to adequately end the court proceedings for war crimes

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) is hoping that re-trial of defendants for war crimes at the camp Morinj that begun in 14 March, which will be continued tomorrow before the criminal chamber of judge Milenka Žižić in High Court, will not result with another unperformed indictments that would make justice for victims even more distant and unattainable.

CCE considers that particular attention should be paid to the events in Dubrovnik, where the prisoners from Morinj protested at the border crossing in Karasovici, expressing dissatisfaction with the course of prosecuting those responsible for war crimes in Morinj. They reminded that according to their data only from the Dubrovnik-Neretva County 292 inmates finished in Morinj, and for their torture, even today, six years from the start of the trial in Podgorica, there is no end in sight to the trial. From yesterday’s protest was also requested that the court proceeding should be continued before the Croatian judiciary, due to the fact that the procedure in Montenegro is transformed into a judicial farce, as they claimed. »

A cycle of lectures on Alexandre Kojève

In the framework of the new educational programme „Contemporary tendencies of critical thought“ CCE organises

A cycle of lectures on Alexandre Kojève

contemporary French philosopher and Russian-born diplomat, brilliant interpreter of Hegel, promoter of the terms “The End Of History” and the “Death Of Man”, one of the creators of the European Union.

The cycle will be lead by professor Filip Kovacevic, PhD

Lectures and discussions will take place in the CCE premises, every Wednesday from 7:30 p.m. In order to apply, send your biography (CV) and motivation letter on e-mail address info@cgo-cce.org, no later than 8 April 2013. Due to the limited number of participants, please respect the application deadlines.

XVI Generation of human rights school completed its work

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) from 21 to 24 March 2013, organized the XVI generation of the Human Rights School, within the regional programme of education for human rights in the Western Balkans, which is conducted in cooperation with the Norwegian Committee for Human Rights, with the support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Human Rights School had 5 intensive modules in total within the 4 days during which the participants learned and discussed about various topics in the field of human rights with the help of professional trainers through numerous lectures, workshops and film screenings. »