Through the fog

With the motto THROUGH THE FOG, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) is organizing the 14th Montenegrin Human Rights Film Festival FAST FORWARD 2023 in Podgorica, Kotor and Berane. The main programme of the FAST FORWARD 2023 Festival is from December 10 to 14 at the Cultural Information Centre “Budo Tomović” in Podgorica, and the accompanying… »

19 NGOs: Urgent and decisive action required against threats due to freedom of expression

We demand from the State Prosecutor’s Office, the Police Directorate and the competent courts to urgently investigate, process and adequately punish in criminal proceedings the direct death threats directed at Ljubomir Filipović, a political analyst and columnist, threats to rape his child, as well as threats of violence against Jana Vlahović, a journalist and historian,… »

Reinstate Civic Education into the status of a compulsory subject

Non-governmental organizations – Human Rights Action (HRA), Centre for Women’s and Peace Education (ANIMA), and the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) – have sent an initiative to Minister of Education, Science and Innovation, Dr. Anđela Jakšić-Stojanović, for the reinstatement of the subject of Civic Education into the compulsory subject in primary and secondary schools in… »

Youth wants to solve social issues

Young people want to be involved in solving social issues, this is the central conclusion of the Youth Activism School for high school students from the central region of Montenegro, organized by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) with the support of the United States Embassy in Podgorica through the Democracy Commission Small Grants Program.… »

Names of public education institutions must be legal and generally accepted

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has submitted to the 44th Government and the Ministry of Education, Science and Innovation the Initiative to repeal the Decision on the establishment of the Public Preschool Institution “Mother Teresa” in Tuzi, specifically regarding the naming of the institution because it was assigned illegally, i.e. the procedures prescribed by the… »

Government sessions to be live-streamed again

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) submitted an initiative today to the Government, urging the reinstalment of live-streaming for Government sessions, considering that the suspension of these broadcasts is not a good decision, nor a good message for citizens, as it undoubtedly reduces the transparency of the Government’s work. It also complicates the ability of the… »

We understand that CCE/CGO bother and we will continue to do that

Centre for Civic Education (CGO) has purchased office space, as have many individuals, companies, NGOs, or other entities from Bemax, in accordance with the market conditions and procedures that apply when purchasing space from the company on credit and is repaid through credit. At the time of taking the loan, the owner of the premises,… »