Today, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organised an action in public institution High school Cetinje, as the result of practical work during the XX Generation of Human Rights School, aimed to promote rights of persons with disabilities. Campaign is being supported by the US Embassy in Montenegro, within the framework of Youth build Montenegro project.
During the action, participants of Human Rights School, Luka Martinović and Ana Miljenović, introduced their peers with significance of promotion and respect of human rights, and a guest from the Association of paraplegics, Dejan Tmušić presented his personal experiences and challenges, with which persons with disabilities face in everyday life in efforts to realise their rights. In addition, educational and informative material was provided to participants as well as a brief questionnaire, which will serve the needs of researching views and knowledge of youth.
During its visit to Cetinje, CCE team, led by Miloš Knežević, coordinator of CCE Youth group, presented a donation to library of public institution High school Cetinje. Donation of books consists of 48 titles in form of 59 copies from area of democracy, human rights, European integrations and active citizenship.
Activities in March, CCE completed with a donation of 78 publications regarding the project of establishing Small library in open space in Podgorica, conducted by NGO “Naša akcija” and Foundation “Naša Podgorica» in cooperation with NGO “AUT” – Alternative centre for needs of youth, thereby providing the contribution to promotion of reading, writing and publishing.
Svetlana Pešić, programme associate