Higher education system forgotten by decision-makers

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) points out that higher education should be one of the priorities of any accountable government, but that it is chronically lacking in Montenegro. In addition to the neglect of this system, today we are also witnessing the blocking of the adoption of a new legislative and strategic framework of higher… »

Teaching on the wartime past issues to suppress radicalism and extremism among youth

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) today sent to the Ministry of Education an Initiative to improve the teaching process related to contemporary national and regional history with a focus on sensitive, controversial or insufficiently researched and represented issues, which also proposes the inclusion of supporting teaching material developed by the CCE through several of its… »

The First Montenegrin Youth Security Academy completed

Today in Podgorica diplomas were awarded to the 1st Montenegrin Youth Security Academy, which was organized by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) within the project of the same title, with the support of the NATO Public Diplomacy Division. The Academy gathered 20 students who had the opportunity to participate in interactive lectures with lecturers… »

Students themselves must stand for their rights

On the occasion of another Student Day – 4 April – Centre for Civic Education (CCE) points out that the last few years, which have been marked by socio-political turbulence, have opened up new opportunities for students to express a greater degree of activism, which, unfortunately, has been lacking. Thus, Montenegrin students remain, by their… »

Service catalogue to bring the work of local self-governments closer to the public

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) yesterday sent to the Ministry of Public Administration, as the body responsible for monitoring and implementation of local self-government affairs, the Initiative for creating a catalogue of services that local self-governments in Montenegro provide to citizens. CCE believes that the most effective manner of strengthening the transparency of work, bringing… »

Intensive election battle both in the media and on social networks

The first round of the presidential elections in Montenegro was the key topic of the media in the previous month, especially on internet portals. During this election cycle, there were violations of election silence, and special attention of the public was generated by the TV appearances and debates of the presidential candidates with accompanying controversies.… »

Support for 19 new projects through the M’BASE programme

“Civil society in Montenegro represents a great resource for the Europeanization of society, and the M’BASE programme has been a way for many in recent years to continue their activities, because there were no funds allocated by the Government, hence this programme has influenced and continues to influence the preservation of the fabric of civil… »

Municipality of Bar a front runner in investing in the improvement of the work of schools

Centre for Civic Education (CCE) conducted research that indicates the uneven investment of municipalities in the improvement of schooling conditions, with the aim of pointing out the need for stronger synergy of all actors in order to contribute to better working conditions within the formal education system in the territories of respective municipalities. According to… »