Elections in Tivat cannot be more important than citizens’ health

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) sent today an initiative to the President of the State Election Commission (SEC), Aleksa Ivanovic, to urgently consider postponement of local elections in Tivat. The CCE assesses that the competent authorities should make a decision on the postponement of the elections as soon as possible, which would be in accordance… »

Let’s put corruption in the museum

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has organized performances, from 11 to 13 March 2020, in three Montenegrin municipalities, to point to the issue of corruption at the local level. In Pljevlja, Budva, and Podgorica, through artistic provocation, it was symbolically indicated to the problems of these cities with their common denominator – corruption. The objective… »

The heritage of unresolved past is burdening modern Montenegro

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), within the framework of the project Through Transitional Justice to Multiculturalism, presented findings of the public opinion survey on attitudes concerning wide range of transitional justice issues in Montenegro. The data reveal that citizens are aware of the 1990s wars but that they are not willing to speak specifically about… »