Centre for Civic Education (CCE) urges the President of the Parliament of Montenegro to do everything that is in his powers to prevent further deterioration of the reputation of the Montenegrin Parliament and attempts to deprive of all meaning the efforts to public participation in important social processes, such as the procedure for appointment of members to the Councils of Radio Television Montenegro and the Broadcasting Agency…
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and Centre for Development of Non-Governmental Organisations (CDNGO) welcome the initiative by Miodrag Vukovic, Had of the DPS parliamentary group for the profesionalisation of parliamentary groups…
- school for learning democracy from theory to praxis -
School comprises 5 modules lasting totally four months. The courses will be held once or twice a week for 2 hours. All expenses are covered by the foundation Friedrich Ebert and Centre for Civic Education, with obligation of the participants to attend not less than 80% of the programme.
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 development of democracy and civic society 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 and all individuals who are showing high level of social activism.
Moderator of the School is professor Radovan Radonjic, PhD, and beside him eminent domestic and foreign lecturers will be working with participants.
All interested candidates may submit their application with short biography not later than 26 February 2007, on the address email@example.com
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, through the programme “Forum of European Integration Schools” organise:
SLOVENIAN EXPERIENCE IN PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT
DURING THE PROCESS OF ACCESSION TO THE EU
Guest: Dr Fedor Černe, Government of the Republic of Slovenia
Forum will be held on Saturday, 27 January 2007 at 18h00, in the premises of the Centre for Civic Education
For additional questions, please to not hesitate to contact us on 081 665 112.
Dr Fedor Černe, Secretary of the National Council for Sustainable Development ofthe Republic of Slovenia. He graduated, did his MA and PhD at the Faculty of Arts, Department of Geography, University of Ljubljana. He started his professional career in the National Planning Agency as a Counsellor for environmental and development issues. In 1986 he was appointed assistant to the Minister for Environmental Protection – Head of the environmental Department. In the period 1991-1993 as a researcher at the Institute of Geography he was focused on different questions related to environmental management. In 1993, he established a private company whose main area of work was implementation if ISO quality management (9001) and environmental management standards (14001). In the period 1995-1997, he was the president of the Ecological Fund Supervisory Board. In 1998 he joined the Negotiating Team for the Accession of the Republic of Slovenia to the European Union as a Member, responsible for chapters 22 (environment), 30 (institutions) and 31 (Other). In the Governmental Office for EU Affairs, he is coordinating the project of cooperation with the civil society.
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) estimates that thanks to the efforts of non-governmental organizations and independent media, the Law on the Conflict of Interests is being gradual enforced, despite the evident lack of political will and awareness of the importance of its implementation…