Podgorica, PR press service – Atotal average mark of higher education institutions when it comes to availability of data, on the scale of 1 to 5 is 2.39, due to which the issue of transparency must be more in focus of authorised educational institutions.
This was stated at the presentation of findings of analysis on transparency of work of higher educational institutions in Montenegro ‘University Walls’, done by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), within the project ‘Public Money, Public Approach – How Much Are Higher Education Institutions in Montenegro Transparent’, with the support of Heinrich Böll Stiftung.
Podgorica, Press Service – FAST FORWARD Festival will continue to educate audience about importance of human rights, and for this year’s edition there was great interest noted, while during five days, 15 film premieres were shown.
This was during closing of ninth FAST FORWARD Human Rights Film Festival, stated by Director of Festival, Milos Knezevic, pointing out that films have provided the audience with strong messages, which had an objective to raise awareness on importance of human rights.
This year’s, the ninth edition of FAST FORWARD Human Rights Film Festival 2018 ends with two screenings in Podgorica, in CIC ‘Budo Tomovic’ and two in Kotor, in Cinema ‘Boka’.
First screening of the last day of FAST FORWARD Festival in Podgorica starts at 18:00h, in Dodest hall of CIC ‘Budo Tomovic’ with film Our New President by Maxim Pozdorovkin.
Kotor, PR Press Service – Fight for human rights is not easy and will never be ended, as it was assessed by Executive Director of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Daliborka Uljarevic. She also stated that Boka and Kotor have special place in creation of multi-ethnic and multi-cultural understanding as foundation for development of modern human rights protection concept.
The fourth day of FAST FORWARD Human Rights Film Festival 2018 brings four premieres of excellent film achievements to audience in Podgorica, while Kotor’s edition of Festival begins in Cinema ‘Boka’.
Today’s screening begins at 15:00h in the Dodest hall of CIC ‘Budo Tomovic’.
Film Special Blood by American director Natalie Metzger is on the programme at 15:00h. This is a documentary that follows five patients with a dramatic disease named hereditary angioedema (HAE) as they try to live normal lives while their bodies turn against them. Failed by a healthcare system that is largely ignorant of their existence, they learned to find strength in each other and their small, but strong community. After the screening, the CCE will, in cooperation with the HAE Montenegro, organise panel discussion in order to introduce the broader and the professional public in Montenegro with this disease.