„Citizens are increasingly concerned about the direction in which the state is moving, the effects of the challenging economic situation are being felt by the vast majority, and changes for the better are hard to spot. The Memorandum on cooperation between certain parties in power and the opposition is assessed as positive, and the public… »
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) is announcing an OPEN CALL for seminar RESPONSIBLE EDUCATION THROUGH TEACHING ABOUT THE 90s The public call for a three-day-long seminar is open to all history teachers and history educators, teachers of civic education and group of humanities and social science subjects. The objective of the seminar is to present… »
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has published the publication “Protection of Journalistic Sources“, intended primarily for journalists working in newsrooms for investigative journalism, but also for all journalists in Montenegro who are interested in this topic. The publication can also be valuable to experts for media and media law, as a contribution to the public… »
Twenty-five members of the Coalition Together for LGBTI Rights, which gathers NGOs and institutions working on improvement of human rights of LGBTI people in Montenegro, strongly condemns the hate speech of the Chairperson of the Committee on Human Rights and Freedoms, Jovan Vučurović, and MP of Democratic Front MP Jelena Božović during the open debate… »
In November, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) announced a call for works that provide examples of good practice on the theme ‘Responsible education through teaching about the 90s’, to which a large number of quality workshops have applied. The CCE editorial team selected 15 workshops, authored by teachers from different educational institutions and municipalities.
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) is publishing Clarifications concerning the II Call for proposals for projects of civil society organizations (CSOs) within the project “CSOs in Montenegro – from basic services to policy making – M’BASE“. Attention is drawn to interested applicants to Corrigendum no.1 relating to the Guidelines for this Call for proposals. Clarifications… »
The universal language of film can make a significant contribution to understanding the universality of human rights, as it has the power to shake up and sensitize, especially when it comes to understanding the challenges some of the most marginalized groups face, such as people with disabilities. This was stated today at the panel discussion… »