To improve the system of implementation of alternative sanctions

The increase in crime, not only in Montenegro, but also much wider, leads to the burden of prison facilities and the need to use alternative models of criminal sanctions. In addition, prison sentence, apart from failing to achieve all expected effects, is also significant budgetary burden. Therefore, the introduction of alternative sanctions into our criminal… »

The University of Montenegro is on the move now

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) welcomes the subsequent prudence of the University of Montenegro (UoM) Management regarding the case of Associate Professor of the Law Faculty of the University of Montenegro, Bojana Lakićević Đuranović. It would be much more beneficial to the UoM itself that this position was taken immediately after the receipt of the… »

Education for resistance to radicalization and violent extremism

Although extremists who propagate certain attitudes are usually identified as persons with religious, sociological or political motives, large number of these extremist radical attitudes are linked to some economic gain and are not related to one of these three motives, as it was concluded at the final public debate ‘Dialogue in the community – prevention… »

The Petition “Our money, their flats and secret funds” at the first step – the Government of Montenegro put private interests ahead of the interest of public to know

The Ministry of Public Administration of the Government of Montenegro did not approve the launching of an electronic petition by which ten non-governmental organizations asked the Government to finally publish information on spending of funds from the budget reserve and the apartments it allocates to its officials. The Ministry of Public Administration, in its response,… »

Defense of unetical and illegal ‘tradition’ undermine Montenegrin educational and legal framework

On Monday, 8 July 2019, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) submitted to the management of the University of Montenegro (UoM) Proposal to determine violation of academic integrity by the Associate Professor of the Law Faculty of the University of Montenegro, Bojana Lakicevic-Djuranovic and appropriate sanctioning. Also, a criminal charge was submitted to the competent… »

24 years since the Srebrenica Genocide

On the occasion of 24 years since the Srebrenica Genocide, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and the Human Rights Action (HRA) are reminding of this terrible crime and point out that facing with that crime and support that the Federal Government of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) gave to the Bosnian Serb army that has… »

Similarities and differences – expert paper of Prof. Bojana Lakicevic Djuranovic and graduate thesis for specialist studies of Djordjije Drincic

Due to great public interest, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) publishes part of the documentation in integral form relating to the work ‘The Role and importance of the Court of Justice of the European Union in creating, interpretation and application of Law – Practice’, which an Associate Professor at the Law Faculty of University of… »

By radicalizing of religion, we are losing the comfort it offers

Everyone should appreciate his/her own particularity but should also appreciate the diversity of people with whom s/he shares the living space. The responsibility of the community is that the right of all is respected, because in such communities extremism cannot be born or exist if it emerges, as it was concluded at the fifth public… »

Diplomas awarded to the first generation of the EU accession negotation school

Today, in Podgorica, diplomas were awarded to participants of the 1st generation of the EU Accession Negotiation School, organized by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) within the project “Let’s Together Negotiate for Montenegro in EU!”, with the support of the Ministry of Public Administration. Participants of the EU Accession Negotiation School, who successfully completed… »