Through meeting peers and learning to interculturalism

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organized an Intercultural Camp for high-school pupils in Kolašin from 26 to 30 April, within the project “I act – I change!”, which the CCE implements with the financial support of the U.S. Embassy in Podgorica. Through the intensive five-day programme young people learned about acceptance and tolerance, the concept… »

Higher education system forgotten by decision-makers

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) points out that higher education should be one of the priorities of any accountable government, but that it is chronically lacking in Montenegro. In addition to the neglect of this system, today we are also witnessing the blocking of the adoption of a new legislative and strategic framework of higher… »

Teaching on the wartime past issues to suppress radicalism and extremism among youth

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) today sent to the Ministry of Education an Initiative to improve the teaching process related to contemporary national and regional history with a focus on sensitive, controversial or insufficiently researched and represented issues, which also proposes the inclusion of supporting teaching material developed by the CCE through several of its… »

The First Montenegrin Youth Security Academy completed

Today in Podgorica diplomas were awarded to the 1st Montenegrin Youth Security Academy, which was organized by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) within the project of the same title, with the support of the NATO Public Diplomacy Division. The Academy gathered 20 students who had the opportunity to participate in interactive lectures with lecturers… »

Students themselves must stand for their rights

On the occasion of another Student Day – 4 April – Centre for Civic Education (CCE) points out that the last few years, which have been marked by socio-political turbulence, have opened up new opportunities for students to express a greater degree of activism, which, unfortunately, has been lacking. Thus, Montenegrin students remain, by their… »