From 24 to 27 September 2020, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), with the support of the Ministry of Human and Minority Rights, has organized, in Andrijevica, the work of XXV generation of Human Rights School which has been successfully attended by 21 high school pupils from 13 Montenegrin municipalities.
On the occasion of 28 September – International Right to Know Day, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) expresses hope that the new leadership of the Parliament and the future composition of the Government will base its work on the transparency principle. This implies respecting, not denying, the public’s right to know how decisions are… »
Centre for Civic Education (CCE), on the occasion of the published Report on Financial Audit and Regularity Audit of the Operations of the Spending Unit Judiciary for 2019 by the State Audit Institution (SAI), notes that even after a few weeks there is no adequate reaction from the judiciary, and it should at least include… »
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) submitted to the Judicial Code of Ethics Commission two initiatives for initiating proceedings and establishing violations of the Code of Ethics by judges Srđan Klikovac and Blažo Jovanić. The CCE sent an initiative to the Judicial Code of Ethics Commission related to the recent address by the judge of the… »
The Agency for Personal Data Protection and Free Access to Information was sent to the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) Minutes on the performed inspection supervision in the State Election Commission (SEC). The CCE has previously submitted to the Agency the initiative to conduct the oversight process in the SEC, due to the suspicion that… »
The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has, within the framework of the project “Support to local media – first-hand stories! Support to investigative journalism and media literacy at the local level in Montenegro”, signed contracts with the media to which funds were awarded through competition, in the total amount of 53,202.29 EUR. Six local media… »
On the occasion of 15 September – the International Day of Democracy, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) reminds that the health and accompanying socio-economic crisis caused by the COVID19 pandemic highlighted the deficiencies of the authorities in many countries, especially those with a serious deficit of political accountability.
The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) uses the opportunity to pay tribute to all the victims and detainees in the Mamula camp during World War II, among whom was the majority population from the Bay of Kotor. At the same time, we use the opportunity to invite future government officials to revise the contract with… »