Screenings within Fast forward travelling film factory finished

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organised, from 26 September to 8 October 2019, film screenings in eight Montenegrin primary schools within the project FAST FORWARD Travelling Film Factory. In this manner, young people, aged 13 to 15, were better acquainted with complex and sensitive human rights theme, and film industry and socially engaged film were… »

Systematic response of the state is needed, but also more youth activism

Youth in Montenegro still do not sufficiently influence decision-making processes, and in order to change this, a part of systematic and institutional support, it is necessary for the youth themselves to be more proactive, as it was concluded at the final conference ‘Activate Me!’ organized by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) within the same… »

Responsibility as basis for stimulating non-violent action

On the occasion of 2 October – International Day of Non-Violence, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) takes the opportunity to invite all actors of society to make greater efforts to create societal norms that lead to nonviolent conflict resolution, as well as competent institutions to most severely sanction the behaviour of those who encourage… »

None jeopardizes UoM’s autonomy, but requires UoM to respect the law

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) considers as unacceptable the UoM’s management attempt to discredit the Institution of Protector of Human Rights and Freedoms of Montenegro (Ombudsman) which established that Janko Ljumovic, Associate Professor at the UoM was discriminated in the process of election to the higher academic title. We recall that Janko Ljumovic was not… »

Government’s proposed amendments to the Law on Free Access to Information annul the public’s right to know

On the occasion of International Right to Know Day – 28 September, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) expresses its concerns about proposed amendments to the Law on Free Access to Information, which attempt to narrow the citizens’ right to information, contrary to the Constitution and international standards. For quite some time, Montenegro has the… »

More opportunities for employment of persons with disabilities should be provided

‘People with disabilities can be creators of great and important stories if given the opportunity, they should be accepted individually, according to their personal qualities and willingness to face workplace challenges,’ as it was assessed at the conference ‘Perspectives of employment of persons with disabilities in Montenegro and Examples of Good Practice’ which was final… »