“Corruption at the local level – zero tolerance” – 247 participants at the consultative trainings

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), in cooperation with partners, and with the support of the EU Delegation to Montenegro, within the project “Corruption at the local level – zero tolerance”, has conducted 14 consultative trainings in the period of 3-25 July, in the municipalities of: Tivat, Kotor, Bar, Herceg Novi, Budva, Pljevlja, Plužine, Rožaje, Mojkovac,… »

Pride and Shame

On Wednesday 24 July 2013, in Budva, a SeaSide Pride was held, the first pride parade in Montenegro, organized by the NGO LGBT Forum Progress. Although announced on short notice, in the middle of the tourist season and in a city that is considered to be the capital of Montenegrin tourism, recently been present in… »

Pride parade was held in Budva, but there is still plenty to be done to affirm equal rights for all citizens

STEP Coalition, composed of eight NGOs from Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo, strongly condemns the reckless acts of physical violence by the groups of citizens gathered in order to sabotage the first Montenegrin Pride Parade “Seaside Pride” held on 24 July 2013 in Budva, which were followed by hate speech towards the participants and organizers of… »

Everyone has the right to freedom of expression and assembly

STEP Coalition, gathering eight NGOs from Serbia, Kosovo and Montenegro, strongly condemns hate speech and call for lynch of the organizers of the first Montenegrin Pride Parade “Seaside Pride” which is scheduled for 24 July 2013 in Budva. Despite the fact of extremely high level of homophobia in the Montenegrin society indicated by numerous public… »

“Erased” are finally getting their rights back

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) recalls that the 24 July 2013 is the deadline for all the “erased” inhabitants of Slovenia, those citizens who were deprived of the right of permanent residence in 1992, to apply for restoration of rights and CCE joins the action of civil society organizations from Slovenia to invite all the… »