Protest against state support of violence against women and children

NGOs dealing with human rights and protection from domestic violence and violence against women strongly protest against the decision of the President of Montenegro, Milo Đukanović, adopted on the basis of the Opinion signed by the Head of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights and the Minister of Interior, Sergej Sekulović, to pardon the… »

Sensitive topics as a challenge for professional development

A two-day online seminar “The study and teaching of sensitive historical topics” organised by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) as part of the project “Teaching history during the COVID 19 pandemic – equal access for all”, brought together 80 professors of history and social sciences, history educators and researchers. Through four two-hour modules, participants… »

Political structures must provide consensus for faster EU accession and inclusion of all state capacities

Political structures must provide consensus to accelerate Montenegro’s accession to the European Union (EU), but that dialogue should not be held between the government and the opposition, because it would be a race for power, but within a different social platform. This was stated at the panel “The first nine years – where is Montenegro… »

The new moment calls for inclusive dialogue and greater accountability of all stakeholders in the process of European integration

‘’It is time to raise questions about how to go better, faster, more efficient in operational and technical terms, as well as how to build the inclusive dialogue we need in parallel, but we also need instruments on how to build cooperation”, stated Chief negotiator, Zorka Kordić, at the conference “Nine years of Montenegrin negotiations… »

Lecturing the Anti-War Movement as a part of responsible teaching

Lecturing sensitive issues should be part of responsible teaching, but teachers need motivation. This is the key message of today’s webinar organized by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) on “Anti-war and peace initiatives in Montenegro during the wars of the 1990s in the former Yugoslavia”. Webinar gathered 20 teachers of history and social science… »

Finding funding models for professional media reporting

Media and journalists in Montenegro cannot do their job professionally without jeopardizing their safety and facing other negative consequences, which not only disrupts freedom of the media but also limits the overall process of democratization and Europeanization of society, it was stated at the conference of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE).