With ethics to fight against online hate-speech-related comments

Comments on portals carry great severity and represent the paravane for confrontation with political dissidents, and the most common targets are individuals of different nationalities, religions, sexual orientations and political affiliations. Comparative practices, as well as the standards of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), are recommendations on how to act preventively against the… »

Religious education should be omitted from the programme of public schools, Civic Education should be a mandatory subject

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Human Rights Action (HRA) and ANIMA – Centre for Women’s and Peace Education vigorously oppose the proposal to introduce religious education in the formal education system and propose introduction of Civic Education as a mandatory subject in primary and secondary schools. We call on the Government, headed by Prime Minister… »

Peace should be the backbone for all socio-political actors in Montenegro

On the occasion of 21 September – International Day of Peace, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) uses the opportunity to call on all socio-political actors and decision-makers to contribute to building a society based on tolerance and mutual respect for the sake of sustainable peace by their actions, and especially by responsible public appearances.

Mark the 30th anniversary of the crime of Deportation of Refugees with a monument to the victims and Remembrance Day

The NGOs Human Rights Action (HRA), the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and the Center for Women’s and Peace Education (ANIMA) expect from the President of the Parliament of Montenegro, Aleksa Bečić, and the Assembly of the Municipality of Herceg Novi, Ivan Otović, to include timely initiatives for raising monuments and proclamation of the Day… »

Call for X generation of interns

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) announces the Call for X generation of interns. Internship lasts for two months, from 20 October to 20 December 2021, with a possibility of extending cooperation on various grounds.

Fundamental agreement should not lead to the harmful fundamental reforms of the education system

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) expresses concern due to the increasing inappropriate pressure on the institutions of the education system, as well as their announcements, which have recently been expressed several times through the activities of various socio-political structures. Such pressures do not contribute to the preservation of the autonomy and secular character of education,… »

Democracy is difficult to be learned and build in Montenegro

On the occasion of 15 September – The International Day of Democracy, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) warns to alarmingly deep polarization of the society, which brings into question the already weak democratic standards and practices in the country. In August 2020, Montenegrin citizens used their opportunity to change the previous authorities in the elections.… »

What is the nature of the Fundamental Agreement with the SOC?

On the occasion of the unofficial publication of parts of the draft Fundamental Agreement between the Government of Montenegro and the Serbian Orthodox Church (SOC), the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) emphasizes the importance of the timely and official publication of this document, which has become one of the issues that strongly polarize Montenegrin society.… »