The judicial system needs serious and not rhetorical support from the authorities

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) points to the importance of the preliminary observations of Margaret Sattertwaitte, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers, who recently visited Montenegro, and on which occasion a representative of the CCE took part in a meeting with non-governmental organizations. These observations provide a very useful cross-section… »

Who are “our” disinformers?

Disinformation has become a powerful weapon, sometimes even stronger than military artillery, used to undermine democratic values. Its most common targets are democratically underdeveloped and insufficiently Europeanized societies. Particularly susceptible to such forms, sometimes overt, but most often through sophisticated media and digital violence, are small states with vulnerable and unprofessionalized media, lacking the strength… »

Call for participants of the Youth Activism School

Call for participants of the Youth Activism School Centre for Civic Education (CCE) is publicizing CALL for participants of THE YOUTH ACTIVISM SCHOOL If you are a high school student and you want to improve your speaking and presentation skills, learn more about your rights and the rights of marginalized groups, network with your peers,… »

Teaching profession is in jeopardy

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), on the eve of World Teachers’ Day, marked on 5 October, draws attention to a concerning situation within the education system, which is the result of decades of neglect of the sector, as well as confusion and poor decisions made by the authorities in the past two governments. The CCE… »