Human rights education important for future police

At the Police Academy, in cooperation with the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), a programme of additional education on human rights issues was held. As part of this programme, the second online workshop for participants of the 14th generation of the Police Academy was held today, with a focus on the human rights of marginalized… »

Inadmissible attempt to affirm genocide and war crimes

Human  Rights Action (HRA) and Centre for Civic Education (CCE) strongly condemn the scandalous proposal of the members of the Municipality of Berane Council to name a street in that city after Ratko Mladic. We fiercely oppose the idea of ​​naming any street, building or anything in Montenegro after those convicted of mass-murder and torture… »

Inclusion and understanding to promote the rights of LGBTIQ persons

Inclusive work of teaching and administrative staff with students, whether they are LGBTIQ or not, is an important prerequisite for affirming the rights and improving the position of LGBTIQ people in Montenegro, and one of the tasks of the education system is to contribute to establishing values ​​and environments that will support the LGBTIQ community… »

APC to check the property cards of MPs

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has sent an initiative to the Agency for Prevention of Corruption (APC) to establish responsibility and initiate proceedings against 27 MPs that did not submit income and property reports after taking office. The Initiative states that a huge number of MPs of the new assembly of the Parliament of Montenegro… »

Problems in education must be in focus of the Government

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), on the occasion of the International Day of Education, indicates that education in Montenegro is not equally available to all pupils in the time of the COVID19 pandemic. Empirical data warn that the pandemic highlighted numerous problems and deepened discrimination amongst the children and the youth. The UNICEF opinion poll,… »