Montenegro on the way to the EU: Progress and challenges

CCE and Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) organise: PANEL DISCUSSION on MONTENEGRO ON THE WAY TO THE EU: PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES Guests/panelists: Dr Gordana Đurović, Deputy Prime Minister of Montenegro Mr Clive RUMBOLD, Acting Head of EC Delegation / Chargé d’Affaires a.i. Mr Goran Svilanović, Chairman of the Working Table I, Stability Pact Panel discussion… »

Tax administation to take into the account citizens’ interests

At the Parliament session on the Law and amendments to the Law on Value Added Tax, it was suggested that the VAT rates should be lowered from 7% to 0% on medicines, orthotic and prosthetic equipment, medical products which are surgically inserted into the organism, textbooks and educational equipment, books, monographs and serial publications, drinking… »

Public silence on the kindapping of a boy unacceptable

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Centre for Development of Non-Governmental Organsiations (CDNGO) and European Movement in Montenegro (EMiM) welcome all activities of the Council for the Civic Control of Work of Police which are directed towards principle based, unbiased evaluation of the police officers’ abuse of authority… Public silence on the kindapping of a boy… »

Others to follow Veljovic’s example

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) welcomes the directive by the director of the Police Directorate, Mr Veselin Veljovic to all police units to instantly remove all party insignia from their offices… Others to follow Veljovic’s example – (pdf)

Consultations for the final text

In order to get the final text version of the Strategy for the Civic Education in the elementary schools and gymnasiums (2007/10), Bureau for Educational Services of the Government of Montenegro, in cooperation with NGO Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and OSCE Mission in Montenegro organized consultations (focus groups) with civic education teachers, elementary school… »

Centre for Civic Education announces one new working position

Programme associate, trainee Requested qualifications: degree in Philosophy (VII grade), knowledge of English and French language, computer skills. Advantage is given to the candidates with high average mark obtained during their studies, experience in working in NGO sector, or those who attended some of the non-formal education programmes. Deadline for application is 26/10/2007 Centre for… »

Education for successful process of European Integrations

VI generation of the European Integration School and III generation of the European Integration School for the North of Montenegro organised by Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Centre for Development of NGOs (CDNGOs) and European movement in Montenegro (EMiM) with the support of Foundation Open Society Institute – Office in Montenegro have started with the… »

Party propaganda still in public institutions

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) informs the public and the Minister of Health, Labour and Social Security of the Government of Montenegro that several citizens of Danilovgrad reported seeing a large framed portrait of the President of Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) in their health centre… Party propaganda still in public institutions – (pdf)

DPS Leader’s photos in the police of Bijelo Polje

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) expresses its concern with the silence on the part of the responsible authorities regarding the ever more frequent citizens’ complaints various party propaganda, party paraphernalia and visibly placed photographs of the leader of one political party being displayed entirely against the Law in numerous institutions of the Montenegrin public administration…… »