LGBTIQ persons are an integral part of our society

On the International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) points out the need for functional improvement of the mechanisms for protecting the rights of LGBTIQ persons in Montenegro and achieving equality of the LGBTIQ community within society.  Although there is progress in recognizing and respecting the rights of LGBTIQ… »

The public has the right to know who the honorary citizens are and on what basis they were awarded honorary citizenships

The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) points out that since the adoption of the Law on Montenegrin citizenship in 2008 until mid-March 2020, a total of 258 persons were awarded with Montenegrin citizenship, but this process remains non-transparent and questionable in terms of consistent complience with law. Five years ago, the CCE published a report… »

Transparency Index of Montenegrin Municipalities

Out of total of 100 possible points, according to the indicators of the research conducted by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), the average mark of transparency of Montenegrin municipalities for 2019 is 40.76 points. The two most transparent municipalities – Podgorica and Bijelo Polje – have a bit less than three-fifths of the possible… »

Pink truth of the AEM

The Agency for Electronic Media (AEM) reacted yesterday to an analysis of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), accusing the CCE of publicising ‘series of false and unfounded assessments of the AEM’s work’. Thereby, precisely, only three allegedly incorrect and unsubstantiated assessments are listed, which are all unfounded. The first of our allegedly “untrue and… »