Politics of impunity towards bullies only encourages violence

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) strongly condemns last night’s attack on the activist of the NGO LGBT Forum Progress in Podgorica and calls upon institutions to urgently bring to justice the culprits of this attack and in accordance with the law adequately penalize them. Politics of impunity of numerous attacks on LGBT persons in the… »

Differences are part of wealth of each society

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) on the occasion of 17 May – the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia, reminds that respect of LGBT persons is a question that remains a concern in the Montenegrin context. Despite the achieved progress, through the strengthening of the institutional and legal framework, and organization of two pride parades… »

Schools are place for education and not for political party promotions

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) expresses concern over the fact that, in the current election campaign, school premises, property, technical resources, etc. are widely abused by the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), regardless clear prohibitions by valid respective laws. The Law on the Election of Councilors and Members of Parliament prohibits the usage of property,… »

Signed grant contracts with civil society organizations within the project Civil Society Networking on Critical Human Rights Values in Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), on behalf of the Coalition for Equality STEP, in the framework of the project Civil Society Networking on Critical Human Rights Values in Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo, signed grant contracts with awarded civil society organizations through public competition. The total of 15, 000 € was allocated to the four organisations… »

For which programs and whom do we vote?

Centre for Civic Education (CCE ) has organized today in Podgorica a panel discussion on the subject of “Elections and electoral programs of 2012 – form or substance?”, and presented the revised edition with the same name of the publication that was created as a part of CCE subprogramme named Political memory , in order… »

The Informative Meetings are Held with Civil Society Organizations within the Project “Fast Forward Human Rights!”

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) held three informative meetings during the period from April 25 to April 30 with civil society organizations (CSO) from Montenegro within the project “Fast Forward Human Rights!”. These meetings are held in order to present the contest which CCE announced within the project “Fast Forward Human Rights!” for support of… »

Performance and Abilities of Local Parliaments

Yesterday, within the project Corruption on the local level – zero tolerance!, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) in cooperation with Institute Alternative (IA), NGO Bonum and NGO NADA organized a panel discussion in Kotor under the title “Performance and Ability of Local Parliaments”. Panelists were prof. dr Zoran STOJILKOVIĆ, from the Faculty of Political Sciences… »

Parliament and civil society in the Southeast Europe: partners or opponents?

Daliborka Uljarević, executive director of the Centre for Civic education (CCE) today had a presentation in Cavtat, at the international conference «Parliament and civil society in the Southeast Europe: partners or opponents? » which was organized by the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung. Session «Civil society and politics in the Southeast Europe» was opened by Dietmar Neitan,… »