Political and social actors should contribute to reducing radicalization in society

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) expresses its concern that this presidential campaign is being followed by radical expressions of intolerance, which during the past week culminated in the attempt to prevent presidential candidate Jakov Milatović, in Cetinje and Nikšić, from addressing his voters, as well as threats sent through social media to presidential candidates Draginja… »

New records in granting honorary citizenships despite the EC’s warning

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) expresses concern about the extent of granting of the so-called honorary citizenships by the care-taker Government of Dritan Abazović, especially bearing in mind that, contrary to the recommendations of the European Commission (EC), the largest number of these citizenships are linked to the controversial Economic Citizenship Programme. The latest data that… »

Good experience during internship in Consumer Counseling Centre

The Consumer Counseling Centre of the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), formed at the beginning of November this year, has successfully finished its work. During the previous two months, three law students from Montenegro participated in the activities of the Consumer Counseling Centre, which in this manner with the mentor support, had the opportunity to… »

Successful XIII edition of the Fast Forward Festival

With a motto “Louder than Silence”, the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organised during December the XIII edition of the FAST FORWARD Human Rights Film Festival Montenegro 2022 in Podgorica, Kotor and Berane. As in previous editions, the FAST FORWARD Festival brought 14 premiere films of exceptional quality and the latest productions with a strong… »

Another cycle of the capacity strengthening programme for CSOs completed

Centre for Civic Education (CCE), within the project “CSOs in Montenegro – from basic services to policy shaping – M’BASE”, organized a series of three trainings in November and December to strengthen the capacities of organizations whose projects were supported through the third Call of this programme. Within several days long trainings, representatives of supported… »

More LGBTIQ topics should be introduced in the school curriculum

It is necessary to introduce more teaching topics that address LGBTIQ rights in secondary schools, and teachers should be given more space to be supportive of LGBTIQ students, it was said during the training for secondary school teachers on teaching methods concerning LGBTIQ topics, organised by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), on 23 December… »

Visible consequences of the marginalization of youth in society

The consequences of the marginalization of care for young people in society are visible, as reflected in their expressed dissatisfaction with the direction in which the state is moving, institutions, and political actors, followed by apathy and lack of activism, as well as the fact that elements of re-traditionalization are recognized, both through a high… »