Centre for Civic Education (CCE) welcomes the decision of the Government of Montenegro to dismiss Associate Professor at the Law Faculty of University of Montenegro, Bojana Lakicevic- Djuranovic from the negotiating structure.
As a reminder, in mid-September, the CCE has sent a letter to the Chief Negotiator, Aleksandar Drljevic, to urgently submit a proposal to the Government of Montenegro to withdraw Lakicevic Djuranovic from the working groups for preparation of negotiations on Montenegro’s accession to the European Union in the field of the EU acquis related to Chapter 2 (Freedom of movement of workers) and Chapter 13 (Fisheries). A copy of this letter was also sent to the Prime Minister, Dusko Markovic, the Deputy Prime Minister for Political System, Interior and Foreign Policy, Zoran Pazin, and the Rector of the University of Montenegro, Danilo Nikolic. Earlier, more precisely in mid-July, a similar letter was sent to Rector Nikolic, but he ignored our well-founded proposal, which, in our opinion, further erodes credibility of the University of Montenegro.
New issue of the European pulse has been published.
On the occasion of 2 October – International Day of Non-Violence, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) takes the opportunity to invite all actors of society to make greater efforts to create societal norms that lead to nonviolent conflict resolution, as well as competent institutions to most severely sanction the behaviour of those who encourage and deepen any form of violent behaviour.
In order to contribute to building of the society open to change and adoption of democratic values and standards, it is necessary to lay the foundation of responsible action of each individual in all social changes. Only through system of responsibility we can contribute to creating culture of non-violence.
Centre for Civic Education (CCE)
within the project LET’S PUT CORRUPTION INTO MUSEUM! Opens
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
for the support for civil society organisations’ projects in Montenegro
Your project proposals, which should aim to contribute to the civil society participation in the implementation of anti-corruption policies and practices, shall be submitted no later than 25 October 2019, until 16h00.
In order to be eligible for a grant, Montenegrin CSOs must fulfil criteria as follows:
- be a legal person;
- be non-profit-making;
- be directly responsible for the preparation and management of the project;
- be registered as a CSO in Montenegro at least 12 months prior to the deadline for submission of project proposals;
- have an annual budget higher than 10,000€, if one CSO is applicant. If there is one applicant and partner, their annual turnover for 2018 has to be cumulatively higher than 10,000€.
Applications must be submitted with filled: Application form, Budget proposal and Logical Framework Matrix. Please read carefully Guidelines prior to filling these forms.
Executive Director and Development Coordinator at the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Daliborka Uljarevic and Damir Nikocevic, met with the delegation of the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, led by the Minister for Foreign Affairs Peka Havista.
Given that one of the four priorities of the Finish EU Presidency represent common values and the rule of law, the focus of the long and substantive discussion was on the judiciary, fight against corruption and organized crime, media freedom, environment in which NGOs operate and position of critically oriented NGOs, human rights as well as other related socio-political issues.