Controversial legality of the allocation of funds by the Ministry of Culture

Nine non-governmental organizations, which have a culture in their focus through various programmes, today sent an open letter to Aleksandar Bogdanović, Minister of Culture, on the occasion of the Decision on the allocation of funds to non-governmental organizations based on the public call “Let’s develop cultural habits!” assessing that these funds were not distributed legally… »

Tolerance is a value that is constantly built

On the occasion of 16 November – International Day for Tolerance, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) emphasizes the importance of promoting and strengthening all protection mechanisms that will preserve the values ​​of tolerance and coexistence as one of the most important legacies of Montenegrin society. Decision-makers on the Montenegrin political scene must also understand… »

NGOs request the Prime Minister – designate Krivokapić to withdraw the proposal to appoint Bratić as Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sports

Seven non-governmental organizations, whose focus is also on gender equality, today sent an open letter to the Prime Minister- designate  Zdravko Krivokapić, asking him to withdraw Vesna Bratić’s candidacy for Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sports, and to nominate for the same position a woman who is sensible for gender equality and fully aware… »

Education and science marginal issues for parties and coalitions

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) notes, upon the analysis of election manifestos of coalitions and parties that participated in the recent parliamentary elections, that issues of education and science, which are highly positioned in democratic societies, were not in the focus of our parties and coalitions. Education has marginal space in election manifestos of all… »

Examination of the statements from SAI report on judiciary should be Prosecutions’s prority

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) today submitted a criminal charge to the Supreme State Prosecutor, Ivica Stankovic, against all members of the Judicial Council, President of the Supreme, Appellate, Administrative and Commercial Courts, higher courts in Podgorica and Bijelo Polje, all misdemeanor courts and almost all basic courts except the two basic courts (in Bijelo… »

Safety of the journalists had to be in the focus of the new government

On the occasion of 2 November – the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) once again reminds of the inadmissible practice of silence of the competent institutions in resolving attacks on journalists. The new government, which new convocation is under construction, will have the opportunity to… »

Data lost in translation

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) calls upon the Agency for Prevention of Corruption (APC) to make final decisions on all cases about MPs on whose violation of the law the CCE indicated through the Initiative sent to the APC almost 30 months ago, as they did not report correct, complete and precise data in the… »