RECOM – III renewed call for projects from CSO in B&H, Montenegro, Serbia, North Macedonia and Kosovo

Centre for Civic Education (CCE/CGO), on behalf of the RECOM Reconciliation Network, is renewing third Call for projects from civil society organizations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, North Macedonia, and Kosovo Project proposals that contribute to the dissemination of knowledge about judicial facts, strengthening the voices of victims, accepting and revealing facts about wartime… »

For the first time with the President of Montenegro about the deportation of refugees

During today’s meeting with the President of Montenegro, Jakov Milatović, representatives of non-governmental organizations – Human Rights Action (HRA) Tea Gorjanc Prelević, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) Daliborka Uljarević and Tamara Milaš, and Center for Women’s and Peace Education ANIMA Ervina Dabižinović – requested from the President to use his influence for the monument to… »

State stagnates in finding the missing during the 90’s wars

On the occasion of 30 August – the International Day of the Dissapeared – the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) pays respect to all victims of enforced disappearance and reminds of the right of families to know the fate of their loved ones who are listed as missing. Respecting human rights includes establishing the truth… »

Youth between marginalization, radicalization and potential

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) today presented the study “Youth between marginalization, radicalization and potential” which compiles findings from empirical research and youth focus groups, along with a comparative review of previous youth research, with the aim to provide a deeper understanding of the everyday realities, experiences, and needs of young people in Montenegro. The… »

Whom did the citizens of Montenegro choose?

After the publication “Who does Montenegro choose? –  Gender, Age, Geographic, and Professional Structure of Electoral Lists in the 2023 Extraordinary Parliamentary Elections”, by Milijana Radulović, published by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) on the eve of the extraordinary parliamentary elections, we also point to the structure of the constituent convocation of the Parliament of… »

The premiere of the film Mamula All Inclusive at SFF was sold out

The regional premiere of the feature-length documentary Mamula All Inclusive, by Aleksandar Reljić, generated enormous interest among visitors of the Sarajevo Film Festival 2023, so the screening, held as part of the Facing the Past programme at Cineplexx, was completely sold out in advance. Aside from asking for more tickets for the screening, the film,… »

Neglect of the youth will come to collect

On the occasion of 12 August – International Youth Day – the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) warns that young people in Montenegro are too marginalized to be able to contribute to the development of society. If the youth policy in Montenegro is not improved as a priority, neglect of young people will come to… »