How does European parliament assess Montenegro in the accession process to the EU?

Centre for Civic Education and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung are organising PANEL DISCUSSION on HOW DOES EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ASSESS MONTENEGRO IN THE ACCESSION PROCESS TO THE EU? Guests/panelists: Doris PACK, MEP, European People’s Party Jelko KACIN, MEP, Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Ulrike LUNACEK, MEP, European Green Party Tanja FAJON, MEP, Social Democrats group… »

XIII generation of Human Rights School launched

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) informs the public XII generation of Human Rights School started with its work. This programme in Montenegro is organized by the CCE, and since 2010 it become part of a regional programme of human rights education in the Western Balkans, conducted in cooperation with the Norwegian Committee for Human Rights,… »

Fight for women’s rights in Montenegro should be intensified

Youth Group of the Centre for Civic Education (YGCCE) congratulates the International Women’s Day – 8th March to all women of Montenegro with the concern that the Montenegrin society has forgotten the true meaning and significance of this date. International Women’s Day is a day dedicated to women and their economic, political and social achievements… »

Crisis of ideas

Judging by the consequences of the numerous crises we live through, we could say there are not enough actors offering solutions. This suggests that the biggest crisis is the crisis of ideas… Crisis of ideas – (pdf)