Why is Government’s Agency being strengthened while Council for Higher Education is being weakened?

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) reminds that last amendments to the Law on Higher Education, adopted in June 2017 have significantly and inappropriately reduced authority of Council for Higher Education. It is therefore concerning a fact that MPs of Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), Marta Scepanovic and Branka Tanasijevic, are by proposed amendments additionally seeking… »

111 NGO are seeking consistent application of the law

111 non-governmental organizations from Montenegro have submitted a letter to the President of Administrative Committee of Parliament of Montenegro asking of this Committee to consistently apply law since in the case of colleague Goran Djurovic there is no legal basis for his dismissal Parliament of Montenegro Administrative Committee Luidj Skrelja, President Podgorica, 25 October 2017… »

Will Berlin Plus change enlargement policy of the European Union?

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), has yesterday, in cooperation with regional office of Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), organized a roundtable Will Berlin Plus change enlargement policy of the European Union?. Daliborka Uljarević, CCE Executive Director, assessed that „Berlin process is a live instrument that aids regional cooperation and consequently also the European perspective of the… »

Citizens may be essential in fight against corruption

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), has, from 4 to 13 October, organized discussions with citizens in eight Montenegrin municipalities on corruption at the local level during which promotional material was distributed that presented what corruption represents, as well as which and what inflictions it has on society itself. Citizens of Pljevlja, Bijelo Polje, Podgorica, Kotor,… »

PWD still in unequal position in access to labour market

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has today, in the framework of the project “Employment to Inclusion”, presented findings of the Public opinion research on perception of persons with disabilities (PWD) in the process of employment. Marija Cimbaljevic, CCE project assistant, reminded that within this project eight persons with disabilities (PWDs) from Podgorica, Danilovgrad and Nikšić… »

Administrative committee should work in public and not in interest of DPS

Urgent and coordinated action of Administrative Committee of the Parliament of Montenegro and Agency for Prevention of Corruption (APC), upon “anonymous” reports regarding potential conflict of interest of members of the RTCG Council, is raising our suspicion and concern that this is a politically-instructed action of both organs ordered by the ruling party, with an… »

Acknowledgment for work of Uljarević and CCE

Executive director of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Daliborka Uljarević, was appointed for a member of the newly established Western Balkans Advisory Committee (WBAC) of the global Open Society Foundations (OSF). Uljarević was invited by Christopher Stone, President of the Global Board of the Open Society Foundations, on behalf of George Soros, President of… »