From 4 February to 6 March 2019, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has organized training for development of IT competences for 10 unemployed persons with disability, within the framework of project ‘Skills Development for Better Employability of Persons with Disabilities’.
During one-month training, participants have learnt to use MS Word, MS Excel and MS Power Point, they were creating and formatting their resumes, etc. Special attention was dedicated to communication potential of internet in the business world, search of useful information from internet platforms and their incorporation and processing through different databases.
EU Accession Negotiation School, organized by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), was launched today. The School is implemented within the project framework “Let’s Together Negotiate for Montenegro in the EU” supported by the Ministry of Public Administration. First session was held by professor Gordana Đurović, PhD, who spoke aboout ”EU – political aspects of European integration process and EU development through enlargement waves.”
EU Accession Negotiation School has attracted great interest, supported by the multiple time higher number of applications compared to the planned 30 participants for this programme. This reaffirms the trust of the citizens of Montenegro into the quality of the alternative education programmes, which the CCE has provided since its foundation, i.e. in last 17 years.
On 2 and 3 March 2019, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organized training for ten persons with disabilities registered as unemployed, on entrepreneurship and start-up concept, with skills for development and management of business plans, within the project ‘Skills Development for Better Employability of Persons with Disabilities’.
During two-day intensive work, participants had the opportunity, through presentations, conversation and practical work, to gain knowledge and guidelines for design and development of their own business, as well as for drafting successful business plan and its implementation. Thus, they were working on concepts of entrepreneurship and development of business plan, along with exercises wherein they have designed ideas for starting their own business, followed by market assessment for these ideas and existing competition, discussion about available funding, risks, planned revenues and expenditure. Also, focus was on the concept of start-up with practical work on business model, discussions about technological start-up, start-up community in Montenegro, investments, but also on the analysis of successful example of start-up business and elaboration of individual ideas.
New issue of the European pulse has been published.
Citizens believe that poor people, Roma, homeless, persons with disabilities and political dissidents are to the largest extent exposed to discrimination, as the findings of the public opinion research about discrimination, which Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has presented today, indicated.
‘In overall, citizens are familiar with concept of discrimination, but there is plenty of space for improvement of informing and knowledge about this occurrence, as quarter of respondents does not know or has no attitude about this issue‘, emphasized Petar Djukanovic, Human Rights Programme Coordinator, during the presentation. He pointed out that the most common associations to discrimination remain rejection or exclusion from community, making differences/non-respect of personality and jeopardizing/deprivation of human rights, as it was also in 2016, but that in 2019, recognition of material differences is in increase.