Centre for Civic Education (CCE) reminds that the Constitution defines Montenegro as a civic, secular state, and that all future legal acts must be in line with this basic principle…
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) expresses its concern over the brutal attack on the sports journalist Mladen Stojović which happened in his apartment on Friday evening. He is one of the rare sports journalists who have dared to reveal to the public abuses and machinations in the Montenegrin and Serbian sport…
MONITOR and Centre for Civic Education are organising public debate on
RESISTANCE TO OBLIVION SIXTEEN YEARS SINCE DEPORTATION OF BOSNIAN REFUGEES
The speakers at this discussion will be:
- dr Miodrag Perovic, Executive Director of weekly Monitor
- Natasa Kandic, Director of Humanitarian Law Centre, Serbia
- Daliborka Uljarevic, Executive Director of Centre for Civic Education
- Dragan Prelevic, lawyer
- Slobodan Pejovic, retired inspector of Security Centre in Herceg Novi
The discussion will be moderated by Milka Tadic Mijovic, journalist of weekly Monitor.
Public debate will be held on Friday, 30 June 2008 from 11h00 until 13h00, in Room I of the Faculty of Political Sciences in Podgorica.
Simultanious translation is provided by organizers
Due to the limited number of participants prior registration via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 081 665 112 is required.
Centre for Development of Non-Governmental Organisations (CDNGO) and Centre for Civic Education (CCE) urge the Council of RTCG to, although incomplete, take part in resolving the issue of public broadcasting of the sessions of the Parliament of Montenegro…
Centre for Civic Education (CCE), on occasion of tomorrow’s pronouncement of the verdict, does not want in any way to prejudices verdict of the Basic Court of Podgorica, concerning the law suit brought by Milo Djukanovic, Prime Minister of Montenegro vs. Zeljko Ivanovic, director of daily paper Vijesti…