Urgent investigate cases of excessive use of authorities by police officers

Non-governmental organisations MANS, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and Institute Alternative (IA) strongly condemn police brutality over citizens. We urge Minister of Interior Raško Konjević and Director of Police Directorate Slavko Stojanović to urgently undertake measures against police officers who exceeded official authorities. MANS, CCE and IA assess that publically available video footage, where it… »

Human rights from theory to practice

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organised the main part of curriculum of XXI generation of Human Rights School, in hotel Residence in Miločer, from 22 to 25 October, with the support of UK Embassy in Montenegro, within the framework of project “Youth Build Montenegro”. XXI generation of Human Rights School gathered 23 high school pupils… »

European Café with Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has today, in cooperation with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), in the framework of the project «European Café» organized a meeting of representatives of non-governmental organizations with H.E. Gudrun Steinacker, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany in Montenegro, by principle of the World Café method, on the topic “Three years… »

Right to protest must not be limited by brute force

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) invites all competent institutions in Montenegro to investigate fully and in detail the conduct of police in action of termination of peaceful protests in front of the Parliament of Montenegro, as well as whether the police’s powers were used in accordance with the law and to, according to the findings,… »

New initiatives on stability and prosperity in Western Balkans

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung organised today a panel discussion in CCE conference hall, titled “New initiatives for the stability and prosperity in Western Balkans”, from 17h00 till 18h30. Among other things, they presented a paper prepared by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung «Social cohesion in focus – new initiative for the stability… »

Fight for the right of the public in Montenegro to know still lasts

Prior to the International Right to Know Day – 28 September, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) points out that public sector bodies in Montenegro still lack the transparency, and that the Free Access to Information Law is applied in a selective manner. Namely, state bodies still show no willingness when publishing the data of… »

To avoid the discrimination of pregnant women in the Proposal of Law on Mandatory Health Insurance

Dear media representatives, Dear MPs, Liberal party proposed the amendment to the Proposal of Law on Mandatory Health Insurance, which was previously harmonised with 15 non-governmental organisations, and which also proposed that the Fund reimburses to employer paid compensation of salary for the time of provisional inability to work due to pregnancy in the amount… »