Extremist phenomena are becoming new normality of Montenegrin society

On the occasion of 9 November – the International Day against Fascism, Anti-Semitism – the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) warns leading political actors that retrograde and extremist expressions in Montenegrin society are becoming the new and dangerous normality. The responsibility for preventing reaching the red line of polarization and extremization of society rests primarily… »

Strengthening the protection of journalists by amending the Criminal Code

Nine media organizations, including the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), welcome the decision of the Committee on Political System, Judiciary and Administration to support our proposal to amend the Criminal Code, which prescribes more strict penalties for attacks on journalists and the introduction of two new criminal acts to protect journalists in conducting professional tasks.… »

Impunity for attacks on journalists makes journalists desirable targets

On the occasion of 2 November – International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) reiterates its call on the competent institutions to provide basic working conditions for journalists and political decision-makers not to exacerbate tensions that further complicate the position of journalists in Montenegro. The CCE also… »

Implementation of green policies require termination of harmful concession agreements in Kraljske Bare

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) calls on the parties of the ruling majority and the Government of Montenegro to finally fulfil the promises given to the residents of Kraljske Bare and to terminate the harmful and void concession agreements with the companies “Dekar” and “Dekar Energy”, that plan to build mini-hydro power plants “Crnja”, “Crni… »

Eight NGOs supported the AYDM Initiative for systematic solution of the teaching assistants’ position

Eight NGOs supported the Initiative for systematic solution of teaching assistance, in order to provide more adequate status and conditions for education of children with disabilities and other categories of children under educational process, who are entitled to this service in accordance with the law, and thus for resolving the status of teaching assistants themselves,… »

With bad assessments of the EC, without a president and necessary reforms, the SEC waits for new elections

The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) points out that the European Commission’s Report on Montenegro for 2021 recognizes that the State Election Commission (SEC) was not up to the task during the reporting period, which included parliamentary and local elections in seven Montenegrin municipalities. The CCE reminds that this institution is waiting unprepared for the… »

Comments on portals – where are the limits?

The Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has published a guide “Comments on portals – where are the limits?” which is intended for moderators of internet portals, but also serves to all those who want to be better informed about this increasingly important issue within media sphere.