Human rights school – XVII generation

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) is publishing an ADVERTISMENT for XVII generation of the HUMAN RIGHTS SCHOOL – school for learning human rights from theory to practice– School comprises 3 modules in total of one intensive week with numerous lectures, workshops, film screenings and theater forums which will offer an opportunity to learn and discuss… »

Professional training in the Government of Hungary

Vladimir Vučković, programme assistant at the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), is the winner of the scholarship programme Ballas Balint 2013 which refers to the professional training within the Ministry of Justice and Public Administration of the Republic of Hungary. Scholarship programme Ballas Balint is initiated by Tibor Navracsics, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of… »

Prosecutors should act more responsibly in their work

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) believes that the suspension of criminal proceedings against Milo Kadija, charged with discrimination based on ethnicity and religion, because of failure to appear of representative of the Basic Public Prosecutor’s Office of Cetinje, who was authorized in Kadija case from the Higher Prosecutor’s Office in Podgorica, which has initiated an… »

Ministry of Finance submitted also the data on compensations based on the membership of the managing board

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) received from the Ministry of Finance, in addition to data on net salaries and other compensations that are required for the CCE research “How much managers within the state administration bodies earned in 2012?”, also the information on compensations that managing persons from this Ministry received on the basis of… »

To clarify the fate of all missing persons

In respect to the International Day of the Disappeared, commemorated on the 30 August, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) reminds that the states and societies of the post-Yugoslav countries have to constantly and dedicatedly work on clarifying the fate of all who died during the wars of the nineties. It is legal, but also human,… »

Democracy School – XXII generation

CCE and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung publicise AN ADVERTISEMENT for participants of the XXII generation of DEMOCRACY SCHOOL – school for learning democracy from theory to practice – School comprises 5 modules lasting for total of four months. The sessions will be held once or twice a week for two hours. All expenses are covered by… »

They promise publicly but fail to deliver data later

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) again wishes to call the attention once again to the lack of transparency in public administration bodies, especially in the Ministry of Finance which, after the publication of CCE’s preliminary report titled “How much managers within the state administration bodies earned in 2012?”, promised the media on 28 July 2013… »

Suspension of acused police officers is an important message

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) welcomes the decision of the Minister of Interior Raško Konjević to suspend the three officers of the Police Department Podgorica, which were for years accused for participating in the beating of deceased Aleksandar Pejanović, for what the Basic Court convicted them and what the High Court has recently returned for… »