Position of young people in Montenegro should be improved

Montenegro, as it approaches membership in European Union (EU), must do a lot more to improve position of young people, estimated Nikola Janović, Minister of Sport, stating that this ministry has great ambitions for that population. During today’s agora titled “Montenegrin dream of different Europe”, organised by Centre for Civic Education (CCE), he stated that… »

Media financing system must be regulated

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), in cooperation with Heinrich Böll Stiftung, organised a conference today titled “Equal chances for all media in Montenegro”. Daliborka Uljarević, CCE Executive director, opened the conference assessing that the situation in media is “characterised with deep polarisation and wide politicisation of media in Montenegro, which is encumbered by poor quality… »

Young people on European standards during tenth European café

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) today organised tenth European café, in cooperation with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), in the great hall of CCE. Within this event, H.E. Veselko Grubišić, ambassador of Republic of Croatia in Montenegro, talked with representatives of high school and student organisations, as well as with youth organisations and youth wings of… »

Training on communication skills and human rights completed

Training on human rights for the participants of project Through employment to inclusion was completed today in Centre for Civic Education (CCE). During two-day long training, participants had the opportunity to discuss the contemporary concept, generations and culture of human rights, legislative and institutional framework of protection against discrimination in Montenegro, understanding, tolerance and solidarity,… »

Populism seriously undermines the institutional system

Daliborka Uljarević, Executive director of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), assessed that populism is not just some harmless, everyday political or electoral rhetoric, but a phenomena which seriously undermines the institutional system and erodes the rule of law. At the first Democratic forum, titled “How to transform populism from a threat to challenge on… »

NGOs against the ban of protest at the boulevard in front of the Parliament and for the protection of constitutional right to peaceful assembly

Institute Alternative (IA), Centre for Civic Education (CGO), Centre for Development of NGOs (CDNGO) and Network for the affirmation of NGO sector (NANS) urge the Ministry of Interior not to persist in its intention to ban the organisation of public assemblies on roads through the amendments of law, because it is contrary to Montenegrin Constitution… »

Enable adequate participation of civil sector – letter to the Government and Ministry of European Affairs

GOVERNMENT OF MONTENEGRO Duško Marković, Prime Minister Ministry of European Affairs Aleksandar Andrija Pejović, Minister Podgorica, 11/5/2017 Dear Mr Marković, Dear Mr Pejović, We are addressing you concerning the recent decision which was adopted by the Government of Montenegro, namely to leave out Vuk Maraš, representative of NGO MANS, from the Working group for the… »