Professional training in the Government of Hungary

Vladimir Vučković, programme assistant at the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), is the winner of the scholarship programme Ballas Balint 2013 which refers to the professional training within the Ministry of Justice and Public Administration of the Republic of Hungary.

Scholarship programme Ballas Balint is initiated by Tibor Navracsics, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice and Public Administration of the Republic of Hungary few years ago, and Vladimir Vučković is the first winner of this prestigious and very useful scholarship from Montenegro. From 16 September to 16 December 2013, in the framework of this programme, he will have professional practice in the Hungarian Government and consequently the opportunity to get familiar with the functioning of the state administration of one of the European Union member state, and later on with that knowledge and experience help further development of the CCE programmes.

Vladimir Vučković is a master of political sciences. He is in CCE for almost a year, within the Democracy deparment, working on several projects, out of which the most familiar in public is research conducted on the topic of “How much managers within the state administration bodies earned in 2012?”. This research was designed as part of CCE subprogram Accountability and Transparency of authorities in order to contribute to raising awareness about responsible spending from the Budget of Montenegro.

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) cherishes as one of its values continuous learning, hence being particularly focused on professional training of the employees and permanent associates.

Svetlana Pešić, Programme assistant