Improve the status of the journalistic profession

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) congratulates International Press Freedom Day (3 May) to all journalists, as well as to the media, and encourages them to persist in their mission in which they face every-day threats to their independence, professionalism, and sometimes, unfortunately, even their security. Freedom of the media must be indefeasible and represents a… »

Advertisment: 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… »

Some countries show “reforms fatigue”

Daliborka Uljarević, executive director of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) participates today at the international conference entitled “Further EU Enlargement in South Eastern Europe – the road ahead!”, held in Zagreb and organized by the International Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO) from Zagreb and the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI). At… »

Chapter 26 temporarily closed, but a lot of work still remains

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) welcomes the provisionally closure of another negotiating chapter – Chapter 26 (Education and Culture). Provisionally closure of this chapter, in addition to previously provisionally closed chapter 25 – Science and Research, is a step towards membership of Montenegro in the European Union. This chapter is very important for Montenegro, given… »

Montenegro must reach fair and free elections

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) estimates that a redundant negligence was made when the State Election Commission (SEC) has decided to publish the preliminary results without the presence of relevant international observers with whom they would thoroughly review the election material and determine a reliable result. CCE believes that the elections were held in a… »

EC and OSCE to be involved in the determination of election results

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), in the light of the just completed presidential elections, upon which both candidates declared victory,  calls the State Election Commission (SEC) to ensure the presence of relevant international representatives, and especially the representatives of the European Commission (EC) and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), in order… »

Speed up the dynamics of work regarding Chapter 23

In the framework of the project “EU Info Bus: on the road to the EU!”, the panel discussion “Montenegro in the process of negotiations with the European Union: chapter 23 – Judiciary and fundamental rights” was held today at the conference room of the Faculty of Law at the University of Montenegro, in cooperation with… »