Centre for Civic Education (CCE) brings three new film premieres today in the Dodest hall of CIC ‘Budo Tomovic’, during the third day of FAST FORWARD Human Rights Film Festival 2018: Bikini Moon by Macedonian Director Milcho Manchevski, Guidance Through the Black Hole, directed by Aleksandar Nikolic and Zlatko Pranjic and The Heiresses by Marcelo Martinessi.
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) will today, in the hall Dodest of the CIC ‘Budo Tomovic’, within the second day of FAST FORWARD Human Rights Film Festival 2018, screen four film achievements: The Dark Shadow of Green Energy by Dragan Gmizic, who is also Festival guest; A Woman Capturedby Hungarian Director Bernadett Tuza-Ritter; The Waldheim Waltz by Austrian Director Ruth Beckermann and Transit by German director Christian Petzold.
Podgorica, PR press service – Fight for human dignity and universality of human rights, which are too often being infringed, requires leaving the individual partialities, consistency in advocating for principles and strength of inner reconsideration, said the Executive Director of Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Daliborka Uljarevic.
At the occasion opening of FAST FORWARD Festival, she stated that this festival has become member of the Human Rights Film Festivals Network with headquarters in Amsterdam, which, as she clarified, gathers 41 human rights film festival from the entire world.
‘Watch and remember’ is this year’s moto. And how much have we been watching and remembering in protection of human freedoms, dignity and rights? It seems not sufficient. And we have to watch vigilantly and remember well, in order to be ready at all and capable for challenging and full-of-temptations human-rights fight’, emphasized Uljarevic in CIC ‘Budo Tomovic’.
According to her, modernisation does not render this fight easier at all, stating that today’s world is facing strengthening of the radical right, ‘populism which conquers easily with a story about jeopardized speciality of nation and shows animosity towards other and otherness’.
‘Therefore, the fight for human dignity and universality of human rights, which are too often being infringed, requires leaving the individual partialities, consistency in advocating for principles and strength of inner reconsideration. The films of this year’s selection urge us to it as well’, highlighted Uljarevic.
She assessed that Montenegro has achieved certain progress in legislative and institutional framework, but, as she stated, the practice remains concerning.
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) will, from 10 to 14 December 2018, organise IX FAST FORWARD Human Rights Film Festival 2018, with the central programme in Podgorica in CIC ’Budo Tomovic’ from 10 to 14 December, and accompanying editions in Berane on 11 and 12 December in Centre for Culture and Gymnasium ’Panto Malisic’ and in Kotor from 13 to 14 December in Cinema ’Boka’.
’We would like to have left far behind and long ago the obstinate ghosts of fascism, slavery, poverty, exploitation, disease and war. Maybe we could have done so, but we did not. They are our present too, and our reality. This is what the films of the ninth selection of the FAST FORWARD 2018 Human Rights Film Festival are telling us, each in its own way. These films are not afraid: with courage and imagination they cut to the quick of social injustices, mock the powerful and dream aloud. Films that fight and in which people fight’, Paula Petricevic of the FAST FORWARD 2018 Festival’s team has stated in the introduction. Therefore, the moto of this year’s Festival is WATCH AND REMEMBER, and it brings 15 premieres to Montenegro.
Centre for Civic Education (CCE), in cooperation with New Page and Employment Agency of Montenegro, announces
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for participation in project
Development of Skills for Better Employability of Persons with Disability
via system of informal trainings free of charge and employment
The call is intended for persons with disability with completed high school and/or faculty education from the registry of Employment Agency from Podgorica, Danilovgrad, Niksic and Cetinje.
- Certificate from the registry of Employment Agency
- Certificate on type and level of disability
- Copy of diploma of high school and/or faculty
- CV or biography
Biography with scanned certificates and copies of diploma needs to be submitted until 16 December 2018, until 00:00h, electronically on firstname.lastname@example.org or at the address of Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Blvd. St. Petar Cetinjski 96 III/6, 81 000 Podgorica.