Advertisment for participants of II generation of the Human Rights and Minority Rights School

CCE and Council of Europe are publishing an ADVERTISMENT for II 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 Council of Europe 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 19 February 2005, on the address:

Centre for Civic Education
(for “Human rights and minority rights School”)
Njegoseva 36/I
81 000 Podgorica
Fax: 081 / 241 568, tel. 081/ 247 597
E-mail: cgo@cg.yu