Remembering crime in Štrpci – 21 years later

On the occasion of marking the twenty first anniversary of crime in Štrpci, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) recalls that victims of this and other war crimes committed in Montenegro or on behalf of Montenegro, shall not be forgotten, and that they are still waiting for justice to be served. Even after more than two… »

Intergenerational Learning for European Citizenship

National seminar Intergenerational Learning for European Citizenship was held today in Podgorica, in the organization of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), bringing together over 50 high school pupils, students, members of retirees’ associations and military retirees. The seminar was opened by Mirela Rebronja, Program Coordinator in the CCE, by presenting the project “Intergenerational learning… »

Attacks on opponents to be severely sanctioned

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and Institute Alternative (IA) condemns last night’s assault on Nebojša Medojević, the MP in the Parliament of Montenegro and member of Presidency of the oppositional Democratic Front. IA and CCE assess that this attack represents a new contribution to atmosphere of fear and limitation of freedom of expression in Montenegro… »

Procurement in Montenegrin Municipalities

The study »Procurement in Montenegrin municipalities« was presented today at the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) by Nikola Đonović (CCE), coordinator of the project “Corruption on the local level – zero tolerance!”, Marko Sošić, researcher of public policies (Institute Alternative) and Jovana Marović, research coordinator (Institute Alternative). The study is prepared within the project “Corruption… »

Bjelica shall answer with facts not by labeling

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), regarding the statement of the president of the Managing Board of the University of Montenegro Duško Bjelica on the CCE press release from 17 February 2014 “Why there is no call for the elections for the Rector of the University of Montenegro?” that media publicised, assesses that Bjelica did not… »

One cannot enter EU without the media freedom

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) condemns last night’s latest in a series of attacks on property of the independent daily “Vijesti” and warns of the already alarming consequences of inadequate processing of previous attacks, as well as intensifying of the hostile climate towards media and individuals who criticize (in)formal centres of power in Montenegro. This… »

State bodies have to protect its opponents

Regarding the statement of the organizing committee of the conference “Word, Image and the Enemy”, followed by feature within “Minut, dva” show on TV Pink M and text in “Pobjeda”, which attempts to label the executive director of the CCE, Daliborka Uljarević, as a terrorist only because she warned of the possibility that protests, such… »