Through the inspection against the corruption

Today in Podgorica, Daliborka Uljarević, Executive Director of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and Božidar Vuksanović, PhD, Director of the Administration for Inspection Affairs, have signed the Memorandum of Cooperation.

This Memorandum refers to the cooperation within the project “Through the inspection against the corruption” for which the CCE received the support of the Criminal Justice Civil Society Program – CJCSP funded by the U.S. State Department. The purpose of the Memorandum is is to determine the modes of cooperation, coordination and exchange of information during the project implementation. »

Public procurement at the local level in Montenegro

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Institute Alternative (IA),
NGO Bonum and NGO NADA
invited you at the panel discussion within the project

Corruption on local level – zero tolerance!

Public procurement at the local level in Montenegro

Wednesday, 2 October 2013, 12:00-13:30
Reading room of the National library, Rožaje

Panelists:

Jovana Marović, Research coordinator in the Institute Alternative (IA)
Boris Marić, Senior Legal Adviser in the Centre for Civic Education (CCE)
Mara Bogavac, Assistant director in the Public procurement directorate
Aleksandar Mitrović, Head of the Section for Legal adn General Affairs in the Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro

Panel discussion is open for all interested citizens.

Welcome!

The project is financed by the European Union through IPA 2011, and co-financed by the Royal Norwegian Embassy

The process of Croatia’s accession to the EU – what lessons can Montenegro learn?

The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and the European Stability Initiative (ESI)
are pleased to invite you to a film screening

Twilight of Heroes –
Croatia, Europe and the International Tribunal

as well as subsequent panel discussion
The process of Croatia’s accession to the EU – what lessons can Montenegro learn?

Wednesday 2 October 2013, 17:30-19:30

Centre for Civic Education (CCE)
Njegoševa 36, Podgorica

This documentary tells a compelling story of Croatia which became a member country of the EU on the 1 July 2013: how Croatia, isolated in late 1999, broke out of its isolation, has faced with its recent past, opened up to the rest of Europe and its neighbours, and finally convinced sceptic EU members that it was ready to join the EU. All the major protagonists of that process have been interviewed in this film – presidents, prime ministers, international prosecutors, nationalists and pro-European oriented actors. The film is also a reminder how the European idea can be an inspiration for dramatic society changes.

The authors of the film, Gerald Knaus and Fritz Ofner, have based this film on ESI research. It is a part of the Return to Europe film series (www.returntoeurope.org) supported by ERSTE Foundation.

Panelists:

Slaven RADUNOVIĆ, President of the Committee for European Integration of the Parliament of Montenegro
Snežana RADOVIĆ, General Director of European Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration
Kristof BENDER, Deputy Chairman of the European Stability Initiative (ESI)

Moderator:

Daliborka ULJAREVIĆ, Executive Director of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE)

Admission is free, but due to the limitations of the seats the prior registration is recommended via email ana@cgo-cce.org or call 020 665 327.

Note: The screening of the movie is in English, and the panel discussion in Montenegrin language.

I support RECOM

On the occasion of the International Day of Peace, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) on behalf of the Coalition for RECOM organizes street action “I support RECOM”, on 21 September 2013, at the corner of Sloboda and Hercegovačka Street, starting from 11h00.

This action will also be simultaniously held in Zagreb, Ljubljana, Belgrade, Sarajevo, Pristina, Skoplje and Banja Luka, aimting to remind the public on the importance of effective dealing with the past and in this regard founding of the regional commission for establishing the facts about war crimes and other gross violations of human rights commited on the territory of the former Yugoslavia in 1991-2001 (RECOM). »

Support for the “Belgrade Pride 2013″

The Coalition for Equality STEP, which gathers eight NGOs from Serbia, Kosovo and Montenegro, invites the authorities to use all available resources in providing support for the “Belgrade Pride”, scheduled to take place on 28 September 2013 in Belgrade, and this way to show that they protect the rights of all citizens equally.

The Pride Parade is an important step towards better social inclusion of LGBT persons. Securing a successful achievement of the “Belgrade Pride” will enable the realization of the right to freedom of assembly, which is guaranteed by the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia, the Public Assembly Act and many international conventions. »