Civic sector demands dismissal of the RTCG Council member Mimo Draskovic

Today, twenty-two nongovernmental organizations submitted to the Administrative Committee of the Parliament of Montenegro an Initiative for starting the procedure for determining the conflict of interest of Mimo Draskovic, member of the RTCG Council. The initiative was submitted due to the public political acting of the member of the Council which should be a professional… »

Where are our students?

On the occasion of another Student Day – 4 April – the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) notes, with regret, that students remain one the most inactive social group in Montenegro, which does not use its potentials nor it responds to their own and social needs in direction of improvement of their position and democratic… »

Strengthened capacities of the CSOs for fight against corruption in Podgorica, Ulcinj and Niksic

The second training module of for representatives of four civil society organizations, whose projects are supported through the project “Let’s put corruption into museum!“, was completed today in Podgorica, in the organization of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE). The aim of this training programme was to strengthen the capacities of local civil society organizations… »

Presidential campaign through media

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has today, within the project SPINoFACT 2 – Political advertising between spin and facts’, presented first findings of monitoring of media campaign for presidential elections which are to be conducted on 15 April 2018. CCE project assistant, Bojana Knezevic, emphasized that this is an overview of campaign in media in… »

Ministry of Culture deceives the public

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) assesses that Ministry of Culture is deceiving the public of Montenegro by claiming that ‘Government of Montenegro does not wish to determine this and other legal texts without previous recommendations, i.e. expert assessments contained both in the analysis of the Council of Europe, and the necessary expert opinions by the… »

Truth as a prerequisite for justice for victims and reconciliation

On the occasion of 24March, the International Day for the Right to the Truth Concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims, the Centre for Civic Education appeals to the Montenegrin judiciary to take all legally prescribed measures to resolve the destiny of missing people and to repress the impunity of war… »

Montenegro, Western Balkans and the European Union: Accession Within the Reach?

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) in cooperation with the Austro-French Centre for Rapprochement in Europe (CFA/ÖFZ, Vienna), International Centre for European Studies (CIFE, Nice/Berlin), with the support of Open Regional Funds (German cooperation/GIZ), The Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group (BiEPAG) and French Institute of International Relations (IFRI, Paris) has organised today a roundtable and… »

DPS continues with an offensive against independency of RTCG

Today’s dismissal of PhD Vladimir Pavicevic and election of Ivan Jovetic for new president of the Council of RTCG, represents a continuation of political offensive of Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) against independency of public broadcaster RTCG. At the new session with participation of new members of the Council of RTCG, Ivan Jovetic and Goran… »

Fundraising initiative for the recovery of the landslide in Tjentište and preservation of monument honouring heroes in the battle of Sutjeska

We invite all colleagues from non-governmental organizations, citizens, owners of companies and employees in these compandies, state institutions’ employees, accordance with their capabilities, to contribute to the recovery of landslide in the Valley of Heroes where there is ossuary and monument honouring heroes in the Battle of Sutjeska. Citizens should cherish the legacy of the… »