V jubilee Fast Forward Human Rights Film Festival 2014

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) will organize for the fifth time Fast Forward Human Rights Film Festival from 10 to 14 December 2014 in the Montenegrin National Theatre in Podgorica, and from 12 to 13 December Festival will have one part of the programme outside the Capital, in Kotor. Excellent response of the audience, amongst… »

War crimes are not past

Human Rights Action (HRA), Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and Center for dealing with the past DOCUMENTA, in the eve of 6 December, as a sign of remembrance of the bloodiest day of the siege of Dubrovnik by the JNA in 1991, invite the Supreme State Prosecutor of Montenegro to announce if the state prosecution… »

The Budget of the Capital City must be clear to citizens

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has submitted to the Secretariat for Finance of the Capital Podgorica comments on the Draft Decision on the budget of the Capital City Podgorica for 2015, in accordance with the programme of public discussion. The comments specifically indicate the fact that the programme of public discussion, the character of presentation… »

Where is spent money invested so far in the fight against corruption and organized crime?

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has repeatedly pointed out that despite the significant support of international institutions and organizations, expressed in the form of professional, technical, technological and financial assistance there are no visible results in the fight against corruption and organized crime, particularly in the area of so-called high-level corruption. This is supported by… »

Violence against women still a problem in Montenegrin society

Youth Group of the Centre for Civic Education (YGCCE), uses of the opportunity of marking the International Day Against Violence Against Women to invite competent institutions to consider the results of the application of laws and protocols that regulate the area of domestic violence and Strategy for protection against domestic violence 2011-2015, as well as… »