Arrest cannot be incentive for the media professionalism development

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) expresses concern about the increasing frequency of detention of journalists, based on the assessment that the information they publish influence dissemination of panic and riots. Recent cases of journalists Gojko Raicevic and Drazen Zivkovic, and earlier of journalist Andjela Djikanovic, point to elements of abuse of such conduct by the… »

Kadija proved that she has a spine

The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) welcomes the decision of the Supreme Court, which rejected the revision of the decision of the High Court in Podgorica, hence the last court instance confirmed the illegal dismissal of Andrijana Kadija as Director General of RTCG. This Supreme Court decision puts an end to series of final verdict… »

LGBTI day at the 2019 FAST FORWARD festival

The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organized, within the framework of the just completed X Human Rights Film Festival FAST FORWARD Montenegro, thematic day dedicated to affirmation of LGBTI rights. This included presentation of three great film achievements to Montenegrin audience with an accompanying panel discussion on the role of film in bridging the gap… »

Film – an ally in the fight for human rights

Podgorica, PR Press Service – Regional authors strongly contribute to the development of films that address human rights as well as films dealing with the past, thus informing about historical events and shaping collective consciousness of society. This was announced at a panel discussion, “Film Deals with the Past”, organized by the Centre for Civic… »