There is no significant progress in Roma inclusion into montenegrin society

The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) assesses that this International Roma Day in Montenegro is again welcomed without significant progress in the inclusion of Roma into Montenegrin society. Numerous prejudices and stereotypes towards Roma persist and aggravate the integration and full involvement of Roma in all spheres of society. The CCE research on the perception… »

The media are important factor in informing about violent extremism and radicalism

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organized, today in Podgorica, training for journalists on the phenomenon of radicalization and violent extremism, providing specific guidelines for quality reporting and research on these issues, as well as monitoring of the security sector and relevant institutions work in this field. During the training, the concepts of terrorism, radicalism and… »

CCE is relaunching the action of donation of books for ZIKS

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) is again launching the action of collecting books to enrich the library of the Institute for the Execution of Criminal Sanctions (ZIKS). The action will last until 25 April 2019, when citizens and legal entities wishing to donate books can do so in the CCE premises (Blv. Svetog Petra Cetinjskog… »

Are students in Montenegro rising up?

On the occassion of 4 April – Students’ Day – the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) indicates the significance of student activism and inclusion of young free-thinking people in fight for democratisation and europeanisation of society. Even today, there are just sporadic rebellious student voices in Montenegro. Part of the causes for this should be… »