Centre for Civic Education (CCE), B Film Montenegro, SHARE Foundation and Institute for Business and Financial Literacy announce
for training in media literacy, financial forensics and investigative techniques
The call is open to all local media journalists in Montenegro who are interested in acquiring new knowledge and skills that they would later apply in their work in media. The programme encompasses two linked trainings.
Today, in Podgorica, diplomas were awarded to the participants of the first Media Literacy Forum organized by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), within the project ‘Facts do matter – For media we deserve!‘, supported by the Embassy of Kingdom of Netherlands.
Centre for Civic Education (CCE)
is announcing an ADVERTISEMENT for participants of
YOUTH ACTIVISM SCHOOL
– the school for learning about activism from theory to practice –
If you are a high school student and you want to become an active citizen, to promote democratic values, to expand your knowledge and to exchange your experiences with peers in Montenegro, which are as you ready to express their standpoint and to take part in problem-solving – the Youth Activism School is the programme for you!
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organized from 7 to 9 February, in Petrovac, the work of two groups of regional art workshop ‘Art for social change – view on corruption’ within the framework of the project Let’s put corruption into museum.
We strongly condemn the attack on the activists of the Humanitarian Law Center (HLC), the Youth Initiative for Human Rights from Serbia and the forum ZFD at the pro-fascist promotion of the book of war criminal Vojislav Seselj in Belgrade.
On Wednesday evening, 5 February, promotion of the book ‘There was no genocide in Srebrenica’ by a war criminal, leader of the Serbian Radical Party and MP of the Serbian Parliament, was held in Belgrade’s Stari Grad municipality. Six human rights activists came to the promotion with the intention to distribute to audience the HLC dossier ‘Crimes against the Croats in Vojvodina’. They were prevented from doing so, and on that occasion Natasa Kandic, the founder of the HLC, and Natasa Govedarica, director of the ForumZfD office in Serbia, were physically attacked, knocked to the ground by the participants of that promotion and then pushed out of the building.
The promotion of another book at the state institutions in Serbia, denying in several thousand pages that genocide was committed in Srebrenica, despite several final verdicts by international and national courts, confirms that the relativizing war crimes in Serbia is not an incident but, unfortunately, dominant and accepted approach.