With better communication of relevant institutions on juvenile delinquency to contribution to prevention and reintegration

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) today organized a one-day training for representatives of the judiciary, prosecution, police administration and the Ministry of Justice to improve their communication knowledge and skills, as well as public appearances, in cases where perpetrators or victims are minors. Dragana Maljević, a communication expert and lecturer at the training, believes that… »

Progressive forces in the region should not retreat in front of a retrograde and loud minority

The panel, which discussed the possibilities of politicians of civic orientation, civil society organizations and activists to influence better relations in the region, yesterday ended the ZAGREB PLENUM – QUO VADIS, BALKANS? organized by the Regional Academy for the Development of Democracy (ADD) from Novi Sad, the Center for Dealing with the Past Documenta from… »

There are no good neighborly relations in the region, Croatia and Serbia are sources of instability in Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina

The second panel of the Zagreb Plenum was dedicated to (not)good neighborly relations in the region, gathered politicians from the countries of the region. Vesna Pusić, former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Croatia, assessed that political leaders in the countries of the region have a huge influence and that they are… »

With juveniles on prevention of juvenile deliquency

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), within the project “The position of juveniles in a criminal proceeding – from prevention to reintegration!”, in the period from April 13 to May 26 organized 10 workshops in high schools throughout Montenegro on the prevention of juvenile delinquency. When selecting schools, regional representation was taken into account, hence secondary… »