The story of Mamula presented at the Sarajevo Film Festival

Executive director of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) Daliborka Uljarević has participated today at panel within True Stories Market at the Sarajevo Film Festival (SFF) where she presented the story of Mamula Camp as a material for future film achievements, thus continuing a successful cooperation of the CCE, the FAST FORWARD Human Rights Film… »

International Youth Day – but who thinks of youth?

On the occasion of the International Youth Day – August 12, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) points out that young people in Montenegrin society remain marginalized, with limited opportunities for quality education, employment and professional advancement, and hence the construction of conditions for independent and dignified life in Montenegro, and therefore it is not… »

Twenty-two years since the operation Storm

On the occasion of 22 years since Operation Storm, which lasted from 4 to 7 August 1995, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) appeals to the governments of the region to work more diligently to establish justice for victims of this, but also every other, armed action that took the innocent victims and produced destruction.… »

Students should be in focus

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) is once again perplexed by the tone and vocabulary in the reaction of the University of Montenegro (UOM), within its attempt to discredit the CCE’s work. Apart from the avalanche of tags, which becames seal of the unsigned reactions of UOM at the expense of CCE’s statements, we still have… »

Students need admission, not performance by Government and UoM

The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) believes that dispute between the University of Montenegro (UoM) and the Government of Montenegro regarding the seat of the Higher Medical School, whose headquarters have so far been in Berane, has its political and legal dimension, while students who already study or want to study are suffering the damage.… »

Twenty – two years since genocide in Srebrenica

On the occasion of the 11 July – Remembrance Day of the genocide in Srebrenica, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) pays homage to victims of that crime and reminds that the Srebrenica tragedy must not be forgotten, but that memory of the victims in Srebrenica must become part of the compulsory culture of remembrance,… »

Government confirmed that overall citizens’ support is below 60 percent

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) expressed satisfaction, on the occasion of announcement of Government of Montenegro, signed by the Public Relations Service, due to the fact that Government decided to open a dialogue about an important segment of European integration – legitimacy of this process reflected through the public support. Also, CCE would like to… »

Rhetorical commitment to European integration must be visible through efficiency of institutions

First five years of Montenegrin negotiations with the European Union (EU) were marked by successful legal activity, but also by lack of political will in implementation of reforms and unwillingness to make the process of European integration more inclusive. This was the assessment of today’s conference “First five years of Montenegrin negotiations with the EU”,… »