The students of Gymnasium “Slobodan Škerović” talked with “living books” in the “living library” yesterday.
For years, the Civic Alliance has been marking the International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism, with the aim of publicly identifying problematic social trends regarding hate speech, political exclusivity and social discrimination, as well as the (in)ability of state institutions to respond to these emerging forms of fascism.
A group of NGOs calls on the political parties and their representatives to urgently resolve – in keeping with their responsibilities – the political crisis they have created, which is pushing the country into an ever deeper chasm from which there is no way out.
Today Montenegro marks the Day of Prosecutors. The long wait for the election of five members of the Prosecutorial Council (PS), the fact that the Supreme State Prosecutor functions as an acting official, and lengthy investigations at an early stage indicate the justification of concerns vis-à-vis the work of the State Prosecutor’s Office.
Today, when we mark the Day of the Montenegrin Judiciary, we wish to point out that Montenegro is the only country in Europe that does not have a functioning Constitutional Court. The election cycle in Montenegro started without the Constitutional Court, which speaks volumes about the political responsibility of the Parliament. Political subjects failed to […]
Since 2019, Civic Alliance (CA) has been providing free legal aid to asylum seekers, persons granted international protection, persons from the territory of the former Yugoslavia, persons at risk of statelessness, with the support of UNHCR.