Berane’s edition of FAST FORWARD 2018 begins while there are four screening in Podgorica

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) will today, in the hall Dodest of the CIC ‘Budo Tomovic’, within the second day of FAST FORWARD Human Rights Film Festival 2018, screen four film achievements: The Dark Shadow of Green Energy by Dragan Gmizic, who is also Festival guest; A Woman Capturedby Hungarian Director Bernadett Tuza-Ritter; The Waldheim Waltz by Austrian Director Ruth Beckermann… »

Fight for human dignity and universality of human rights requires consistency in advocating for principles

Podgorica, PR press service – Fight for human dignity and universality of human rights, which are too often being infringed, requires leaving the individual partialities, consistency in advocating for principles and strength of inner reconsideration, said the Executive Director of Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Daliborka Uljarevic. At the occasion opening of FAST FORWARD Festival, she stated… »

FAST FORWARD 2018 – watch and remember!

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) will, from 10 to 14 December 2018, organise IX FAST FORWARD Human Rights Film Festival 2018, with the central programme in Podgorica in CIC ’Budo Tomovic’  from 10 to 14 December, and accompanying editions in Berane on 11 and 12 December in Centre for Culture and Gymnasium ’Panto Malisic’ and in Kotor from 13… »

Time has proven the strength of CCE’s arguments

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) commends the decision of the Parliament of Montenegro to act by amendments to the Proposal of Law on State Administration and thus transfer the independent regulator – Agency for Electronic Media (AEM) into public administration system from the framework of newly established state agencies, putting them under direct control of… »

System of awarding honorary citizenship must be transparent

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) is again pointing out the controversies of awarding the so-called honorary Montenegrin citizenships and the opaqueness of this process, and which often jeopardises the reputation of the country considering who are the ‘lucky winners’ of Montenegrin honorary citizenship. As per data CCE’s data,  total of 250 honorary citizenships were awarded from May 2008 until… »

Tolerance must be an active position

On the occasion of the International Tolerance Day, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) highlights that the path to establishment of society of tolerance and equality is long and requires lots of efforts and devotion of all segments of society. Tolerance implies freedom of expression and enjoyment of different identities and world-views which in mutual communication… »

Deadline extended for applying projects to Call for support to projects of OCD in Montenegro

Deadline for submission of projects fro the CALL that Centre for Civic Education (CCE) announced within the framework of the programme Let’s Put Corruption into Museum has been extended for 7 (seven) days. Your project proposals, which should contribute to participation of civil society in implementation of anti-corruptive policies via monitoring, reporting and supervision of… »

Human rights are compass for credible journalism

Media have important role in affirmation of human rights, in investigation and reporting on cases of violation of human rights, in giving voice to victims of discrimination and other forms of violation of human rights, in seeking answers and encouraging the authorised institutions to work more efficiently on promotion and protection of human rights. Such… »

Government to establish responsibility within its management and not to violate rights of employees in state administration

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has submitted today to the Constitutional Court of Montenegro an Initiative for assessment of constitutionality and legality of the Article 167 of the Law on Civil Servants and State Employees, by which it is stipulated that ‘monetary claims from labour which have occurred from 1 January 2013 until day this… »