Centre for Civic Education (CCE), with the support of the Ministry of Sports and Youth, organized Youth Activism School, from 27 February to 1 March 2020, which was attended by 25 high school students from 13 cities of the northern, central and southern regions of Montenegro.
Centre for Civic Education (CCE), within the edition ‘Dealing with the past in Montenegro’, after ‘Morinj’ and ‘Kaluđerski laz’ cases, has published two new publications, integrally presenting material from court proceedings in the cases of ‘Bukovica’ and ‘Deportation’. According to testimonies collected by human rights organizations – torture, search, looting, harassment and abuse of Bosniaks/Muslims… »
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organized, from 5 to 26 February 2020, the second Traveling Film Factory, within the project ‘Let’s FAST FORWARD gender equality’, which included film screenings and accompanying discussions in five Montenegrin high schools aiming to face gender stereotypes and to promote gender equality.
Prime Minister Duško Marković and Executive Director of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) Daliborka Uljarević met today within the Alliance for Europe initiative. The meeting exchanged opinions on several key topics relevant to the process of democratisation and Europeanisation of Montenegro, with the agreement that a broad alliance was needed for Montenegro and for Europe in order to… »
Montenegrin society needs to deal with its past not only to fulfil its obligations under the European agenda, but to create a sound basis for its democratic future with functional rule of law, as it was concluded today at the national training ‘Transitional Justice – National and Regional Experience’ for young legal experts and civil… »
We strongly condemn the attack on the activists of the Humanitarian Law Center (HLC), the Youth Initiative for Human Rights from Serbia and the forum ZFD at the pro-fascist promotion of the book of war criminal Vojislav Seselj in Belgrade. On Wednesday evening, 5 February, promotion of the book ‘There was no genocide in Srebrenica’… »