Government should finally commit to media and media freedoms

The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) congratulates 3 May, the World Press Freedom Day, to all media and media representatives in Montenegro and points out with regret that this year this day is being celebrated again in an atmosphere in which journalists cannot do their job safely and without negative consequences. The environment in which… »

Clarifications concerning the Call for Proposals for CSOs

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) publishes Clarifications concerning the Call for projects for proposals for projects of civil society organisations (CSO)  within the project ‘’CSOs in Montenegro – from basic services to policy shaping – M’BASE”. Clarifications were given based on received questions to e-mail and during info sessions, with certain shortening during the processing… »

Reporting for change

The media have an important role as guardians of the public interest, and through investigating and reporting on issues that affect the lives of citizens, seeking for answers and encouraging institutions to respond more effectively to malignant phenomena, they contribute to the democratization of society, as it was stated today at the event organized by… »

Paved road of illegality also leads to voter lists of another state

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) expresses concern that the State Election Commission (SEC) continuously conducts legally questionable actions, followed by instrumentalization for the sake of political, i.e. party, confrontations. After a series of scandals that marked the work of the SEC last year, now we have reasonable doubts that the SEC made unauthorized access to… »

Mental health should no longer be a taboo topic in the society

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) assesses that Montenegro should have a suicide prevention strategy, considering the high rate of suicide. The data of the Police Administration, which note that in the first quarter of this year 30 mostly young people took their own lives, are alarming and require urgent action by the experts and competent… »

Money of all citizens for eligible editorial policy

A total of 306 public sector bodies spent EUR 5,259,201 on media and production services during 2018 and 2019. From public funds, during those two years, amongst the print media – Pobjeda earned the most, amongst televisions – RTCG, amongst radio stations – Radio Herceg Novi, while the portal Analitika is the first amongst the… »

Additional info session held in Podgorica

Due to great interest, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organised today in Podgorica, in the premises of the EU Info Centre, additional info session to present details of the call for proposals for support of civil society organizations (CSO) within the project „CSOs in Montenegro – from basic services to policy shaping – M’BASE”.