Call for training for secondary school teachers on teaching methods on LGBTIQ topics

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) announces



training for secondary school teachers on teaching methods on LGBTIQ topics

The call is open to all secondary school teachers in the territory of Montenegro who are interested in expanding their knowledge about the human rights of marginalized groups, improving their skills in providing support to LGBTIQ students, as well as within the planned school programmes, but also on their initiative, enrich the curriculum with human rights topics.

The training will cover the topics of human rights and discrimination, teaching about LGBTIQ topics, working with LGBTIQ students, prevention of discrimination and violence against LGBTIQ people, history of the LGBTIQ movement in Montenegro, LGBTIQ literature, etc.

At the training, the material developed by the trainers will be presented in detail, and the participants will get this material that they can use in their further work.

The training will be held on 26 January 2023, in Podgorica, and the costs of organization and transportation of participants outside of Podgorica will be carried out by the organizer.

The application includes a short bio with contact information (basic data, name of the school, subject taught by the candidate) and is sent by e-mail to with the subject: Application for training.

The deadline for sending applications is 18 January 2023, and the number of places is limited. Selected candidates will be informed about the details of the training.

Training for secondary school teachers on methods of teaching LGBTIQ topics is being organized, for the second time, within the project “LGBTIQ – Freedom without labels!” which the CCE implements with the support of the Ministry of Human and Minority Rights of Montenegro to contribute to the improvement of the educational system for teaching LGBTIQ rights in an objective and human rights way and analysis and contribution to the improvement of the degree of social acceptance of LGBTIQ persons.