The Certificates Awarded to the Participants of XXIII Generation of Democracy School

Tonight, in the hotel Podgorica, the certificates are awarded to the participants of XXIII generation of Democracy School, organized by the CCE with support of Friedrich Ebert Foundation. The CCE executive director, Daliborka Uljarević and professor Radovan Radonjić, PhD, the moderator of the Scholl, awarded certificates to the students who successfully completed the programme. The… »

Day of Remembrance of the Srebrenica genocide

On the occasion on 11 July – Day of Remembrance of the Srebrenica genocide, Centre for Civic Education (CCE), on behalf of the Coalition for RECOM, honors the victims and notes that even after 19 years of this terrible crime justice was not served. The CCE activists, on behalf of the Coalition for RECOM, marked… »

Ministry of Education refuses to enforce the Law

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) sent an Urgency to the Ministry of Education, yesterday, to take action in line with the CCE Initiative for dismissal of the directors of educational institutions in which were organized party rallies, and which required that the minister Slavoljub Stijepović acts in accordance with the General Law on Education. This… »

Supporting development of civic activism in Cetinje

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) donated 100 titles from its library (in total 179 books) to the non-governmental organization Active Zone from Cetinje, as support for establishment of Community Centre in Cetinje which this NGO initiated. NGO Active Zone from Cetinje is a young organization that has already achieved significant results with its initiatives. One… »

International Pride Day

On the occasion of the 28 June, the International Pride Day, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) reminds of the fact that more than four decades after the protests in New York in 1969, which marked the beginning of contemporary LGBT movement in the world, people of different sexual orientation in Montenegrin society still live with… »

How Can Citizens Fight for their Rights?

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has today, within the project “Intergenerational Learning for European Active Citizenship” which is implementing in cooperation with five more partner organizations from Italy, Bulgaria, France, Sweden and Slovenia, organized a workshop of the same name in the EU Info Centre in Podgorica. This project is financed by the European Union… »