Endemic corruption as Balkan cultural difference

Centre for Civic Education and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung are organising PANEL DISCUSSION on ENDEMIC CORRUPTION AS BALKAN CULTURAL DIFFERENCE Guests/panelists: – Aleksandar DAMJANOVIĆ, Chairman of the Committee for Economy, Finance and Budget of the Parliament of Montenegro and member of the National Commission for Fight against Corruption and Organised Crime of the Government of Montenegro… »

The minister cannot avoid responsibility

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) welcomes, for Montenegrin conditions unrecorded, persistence, autonomy and courage of pupils devoted to depoliticising management in education, thus implementing their knowledge in Civic education in the reform of this system which should serve the students, and not some partisan or personal interests. Regardless of final result, which showed all fragility… »

The Commission says-BUT

Brussels’ newspeak has no phrase for “emperor is naked”, but rather relies on a construction which translates to our language as “That’s nice, BUT…”. Which is why this report is generally positive, as it leaves us with a foggy promise that we won’t be staying alone in the house with bullies for much longer… The… »

Experience of Slovakia in the process od European integration and recommendations for Montenegro

Centre for Civic Education is organising EUROPEAN FRIDAY on EXPERIENCE OF SLOVAKIA IN THE PROCESS OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MONTENEGRO Guest/panelist: – Mr. Michal SPEVAK, project manager within Union of Employers of Montenegro Panel moderator will be Violeta Marniku, programme associate in the CCE. Panel will be held on Friday, 16 October 2009… »