Today, at the press conference, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) presented the findings of the study ’Financial Alchemy of the University of Montenegro – an Insight into the Financing of the UoM from 2015 to 2019’.
Young people in Montenegro deserve to be included within those who are asked for an opinion, both in areas of immediate interest and in all related important social issues. Despite the desire for professional and personal training abroad, young people are linked to Montenegro but must receive more support, as concluded at the conference “Youth… »
We are, with concern, following up the latest events in Budva, which have their roots in the ongoing and deepening divisions within Montenegrin society, accompanied by the feeling of injustice, but also the willingness of the authorities to choose any means necessary to shape the electoral will of citizens, including widespread abuse of power and… »
Competent institutions and decision-makers should demonstrate the degree of sensibility we witnessed at today’s conference and enable the creation of a climate of full acceptance of LGBTIQ persons in Montenegro, and especially when it comes to harmonizing legislative and institutional dimension of protection of LGBTI rights so that sanctioning human rights violations of LGBTIQ persons… »
Institute Alternative (IA), Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Center for Investigative Journalism of Montenegro (CIN CG) and Media Centre yesterday urged the institutions to do everything in their power to resolve the situation in Budva within the legal framework and without political interference, and appealed to the EU to warn the top officials about the… »
Union of Medical Doctors of Montenegro (SDMCG), Human Rights Action (HRA) and Centre for Civic Education (CCE) urge the Minister of Health and NKT to allow entry into Montenegro without institutional quarantine to all persons with a negative PCR test, and not just to those who enter the country by private planes and yachts. We… »
Institute Alternative (IA), Center for Investigative Journalism of Montenegro (CIN CG), Media Centre and the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) condemn the police intrusion into premises of the Budva City Hall, violence and arrests of municipal officials, civil servants and citizens. We appeal for the detainees to be released, and the police and the Prosecutor’s… »
Today, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organized a one-day study visit of young activists, high school students from all over Montenegro, in Podgorica, as well as meetings with the Director of the Directorate for Youth at the Ministry of Sports and Youth, Nenad Koprivica and with the CCE’s Executive Director Daliborka Uljarević.
During the weekend, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organized field part of the programme of the second generation of the Traveling School of Transitional Justice, which included a visit to sites related to war crimes cases of “Bukovica”, “Kaluđerski laz”, “Murino”, “Deportation” and the camp “Morinj”. Programme participants also had the opportunity to talk… »