Lecture – Human rights as European value

Centre for Civic Education, Centre for Development of NGOs and European Movement in Montenegro with the support of the Foundation Open Society Institute, Representative Office in Montenegro, in cooperation with the Faculty of Political Sciences of the University of Montenegro, through the programme “Forum of European Integration Schools” organise:


Guest: Dr Wiktor Osiatynski,
professor at Central European Universit

Forum will be held on Friday, 5 October 2007 at 16h00, in Room V at the

Faculty of Political Science

Consecutive translation is provided by organisers:

Dr Wiktor Osiatynski is a University Professor at Central European University in Budapest and Warsaw, member of the Board of the Open Society Institute and of a number of OSI Sub Boards. He has tought at many American and European universities, including Columbia, Stanford, Harvard, Chicago, Connecticut and Siena. His main field of scholarly interest have been comparative constitutional law and human rights. In 1990s, Osiatynski was an advisor to a number of constitutional drafting committees and was a Co-director of the Center for the Study of Constitutionalism in Eastern Europe at the University of Chicago Law School. Osiatynski has written 20 books, a majority of them about the comparative history of social and political thought, history of sociological and political ideas, constitutionalism, etc. He is the author of over 500 articles, essays, interviews and commentaries published in prestigious scholarly and popular magazines.

Advertisement for participants of V generation of the Human rights and minority rights school

CCE and Commission for allocation of part of lottery games means are publishing an ADVERTISMENT for V generation of the:


School comprises 4 modules lasting totally five months. The courses will be held twice a week for 2 hours. All expenses are covered by the Commission for allocation of part of lottery games and Centre for Civic Education, with obligation of the participants to attend not less than 80% of the programme.

The aim of the School is to develop alternative education on human and minority rights, along with raising of public awareness about importance of being familiarized with the human rights; as well as promotion of values, European standards, principles and mechanisms that will lead to better interethnic relations in Montenegro.

Upon finishing of the School the participants shall receive a certificate and be eligible for further educational development.

The right to participate have candidates who want to contribute to respect of human rights in Montenegro. All candidates are welcome, regardless of age, gender, nationality, religion or personal convictions, with the indication that advantage have activists of the political parties and non-governmental organisations, media professionals, lawyers, young leaders, students and all individuals who are showing high level of social activism.

Programme comprises the participation of immense number of eminent domestic and foreign lecturers/ university professors, judges, lawyers, researchers, public officials.

All interested candidates may submit their application with short biography not later than 18 September 2007,

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Centre for Civic Education, Centre for development of non-governmental organisations and European movement in Montenegro with the support of Foundation Open Society Institute – Office in Montenegro, are publicizing an ADVERTISEMENT for participants of the VI generation of the:


and the participants of the III generation of the


School of European Integrations is composed of 7 modules totally lasting four months, and it comprises a wide spectrum of theoretical and practical knowledge from the field of European Integrations.

The lectures are held two times per week, and each lecture lasts for two hours (with the possibility of additional lectures), as well as through the topic oriented seminars.

Prominent domestic and foreign lecturers and experts, representatives of diplomatic corps in our country and other guests will familiarize the participants of the School with the history, development and functioning of integrative processes, contemporary status of European institutions, their influence on our society and perspectives for cooperation in this field.

The right to participate have the candidates whose priority is to gain new knowledge in above-mentioned fields and to contribute to the affirmation of ideas, meaning and standards of European integrations in Montenegro. All candidates are welcome regardless of their age, gender, nationality, religion or personal believes, indicating that the priority have all candidates who show high level of social activism in governmental, non-governmental, party, trade-union, commercial, scientific and cultural framework.

Expenses for the School are covered by FOSI, CCE, EMiM and CDNGO, with the obligation of the participants to attend at least 80% of the programme.

Upon completion of the School participants receive a diploma and gain right for further professional training.

All interested candidates may submit their application with short biography not later than 18 September 2007,