Serious improvements of Draft Media Law are necessar

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has prepared and submitted to the Ministry of Culture 15 amendments to the Draft Media Law , within the public discussion which this Ministry has earlier published. The most obvious indicator of shortcomings of the legal text offered by the Ministry of Culture for the public discussion is also number of received amendments, as well as the full consent of… »

Attitudes about LGBT persons changing in positive direction

Today, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) presented findings of the survey of public opinion about LGBT persons, within the project “NO to discrimination – YES to diversity”. Tamara Milaš, CCE Programme Associate, opening the presentation stated that the findings of the research were pleasant surprise, adding ‘We assess that they reflect also the so far performance of civil… »

Incorporate as soon as possible the new EU rules on personal data protection into Montenegrin legislation

On the occasion of 28 January – Personal Data Protection Day, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) appeals to the authorised institutions to urgently start the process of harmonization of the legislative framework of Montenegro with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that entered into force on 25 May 2018. Data protection is fundamental human… »

Irregular pupils in Montenegrin educational system

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has researched data on number and manner of examinations of irregular pupils in Montenegro, the amount of incomes that schools have as per this basis and the manner of allocation of these incomes, and the data are summarised in the analysis Irregular Pupils in Montenegrin Educational System. The focus of research… »

Facts are defence against oblivion and xenophobia

On the eve of 27 January – International Holocaust Remembrance Day – Centre for Civic Education (CCE) uses the opportunity to pay a tribute to millions of victims perished in Holocaust during World War II, and to highlight the importance of education and culture of remembrance for everyone who gave their contribution to the fight… »

Local authorities must listen more carefully and responsibly to the voice of citizens

– Reaction of Coalition KUM to felling of cypresses in Bar – The Coalition for Transparency and Fight against Corruption at the Local Level (KUM) assesses that the felling of cypresses in Bar represents an example of non-functionality of local democracy which should be based on direct approach and transparency. Unfortunately, institutes such as public discussions, consultative… »