Best visual displays of corruption consequences awarded

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has organised an awarding ceremony for best visual displays of corruption consequences within the framework of the project Let’s Put Corruption into Museum! today in the EU Info Centre in Podgorica. On this occasion, CCE Executive Director, Daliborka Uljarevic, has assessed that ‘Montenegro has a serious problem with corruption, which no society is immune… »

Business it competences are important for improving competitiveness of persons with disability in the labour market

From 4 February to 6 March 2019, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has organized training for development of IT competences for 10 unemployed persons with disability, within the framework of project ‘Skills Development for Better Employability of Persons with Disabilities’. During one-month training, participants have learnt to use MS Word, MS Excel and MS Power Point,… »

EU Accession Negotiation School launched

EU Accession Negotiation School, organized by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), was launched today. The School is implemented within the project framework “Let’s Together Negotiate for Montenegro in the EU” supported by the Ministry of Public Administration. First session was held by professor Gordana Đurović, PhD, who spoke aboout ”EU – political aspects of European integration process… »

Persons with disabilities have learned about starting their own business

On 2 and 3 March 2019, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organized training for ten persons with disabilities registered as unemployed, on entrepreneurship and start-up concept, with skills for development and management of business plans, within the project ‘Skills Development for Better Employability of Persons with Disabilities’. During two-day intensive work, participants had the opportunity, through presentations,… »

Increased perception of political discrimination

Citizens believe that poor people, Roma, homeless, persons with disabilities and political dissidents are to the largest extent exposed to discrimination, as the findings of the public opinion research about discrimination, which Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has presented today, indicated. ‘In overall, citizens are familiar with concept of discrimination, but there is plenty of space… »

APC should check the origin of Djukanovic’s money for covering the debt

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has submitted today to the Agency for Prevention of Corruption (APC) an Initiative for launching the proceedings of check of data from the Report on Incomes and Property of the President of Montenegro, Milo Djukanovic. Montenegrin public was informed by Dusko Knezevic, businessman whom Montenegrin investigative bodies are searching within opened investigations,… »

Nova M is violating the Rulebook on programme standards and Code of Ethics of Montenegrin Journalists

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and Media Centre have submitted today a complaint to the Agency for Electronic Media (AEM) regarding the reporting of Nova M. The complaint relates to the feature broadcasted in the Central News on 17/02/2019 (from 6.58’ to 12.40’) about civic protests which were conducted on 16/02/2019 in Podgorica. Media Centre and CCE estimate that the Nova M… »

Great interest of young people to learn about leadership

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organised the Young Leadership School from 13 to 17 February, at Ivanova korita, within the framework of the project Activate Me!supported by the Ministry of Sports and Youth of the Government of Montenegro. This seventh generation of the Young Leadership Schoolwas attended by 30 pupils from 17 Montenegrin municipalities: Bar, Tivat, Bijelo Polje, Niksic, Berane,… »