Education is crucial in accepting LGBTIQ individuals

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organized three public forums in September under the name “Together Against Prejudice”, held in Bijelo Polje, Podgorica and Bar. Through intensive discussions, the rights of LGBTIQ people in Montenegro, the quality of life enjoyed by community members, various stereotypes and prejudices that accompany them, the consequences of discrimination and violence,… »

Anti – corruption PACT

Five areas – education, healthcare, local government, security, and justice – will be the focus of the new Anti-Corruption PACT (Partnership Against Corruptive Tendencies – PACT) project, which the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has started with the support of the United States Embassy in Podgorica, and will be implemented in collaboration with the Agency… »

Lack of democratic consolidation in Montenegro

Ahead of 15 September 15 – the International Day of Democracy – the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) highlights the absence of essential democratic consolidation in Montenegro, along with ongoing political instability and a crisis of legitimacy within key branches of authority. Montenegro is waiting for the third Government since the multi-decade regime change in… »

Protest by 21 NGOs regarding the decision of the Government of Montenegro to support Saudi Arabia for the organization of the world exhibition EXPO 2030

Government of Montenegro Dritan Abazović, Prime Minister in technical mandate CC: members of the Government of Montenegro in the technical mandate: Vladimir Joković, Deputy Prime Minister for the Economic System and Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Resources Management Ervin Ibrahimović, Deputy Prime Minister for Regional Development and Minister of Capital Investments Marko Kovač, Minister… »

For the first time with the President of Montenegro about the deportation of refugees

During today’s meeting with the President of Montenegro, Jakov Milatović, representatives of non-governmental organizations – Human Rights Action (HRA) Tea Gorjanc Prelević, Centre for Civic Education (CCE) Daliborka Uljarević and Tamara Milaš, and Center for Women’s and Peace Education ANIMA Ervina Dabižinović – requested from the President to use his influence for the monument to… »

State stagnates in finding the missing during the 90’s wars

On the occasion of 30 August – the International Day of the Dissapeared – the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) pays respect to all victims of enforced disappearance and reminds of the right of families to know the fate of their loved ones who are listed as missing. Respecting human rights includes establishing the truth… »

Youth between marginalization, radicalization and potential

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) today presented the study “Youth between marginalization, radicalization and potential,” which compiles findings from empirical research and youth focus groups, along with a comparative review of previous youth research, with the aim to provide a deeper understanding of the everyday realities, experiences, and needs of young people in Montenegro. The… »