Across the European Union (EU), 9 May is celebrated as Europe Day. After long turmoil, gloomy years of war and the eruption of chauvinism and religious radicalism, Montenegro is almost unanimously turned to Europe, and its liberal values based on a culture of human rights.
As part of its regular activities, nongovernmental foundation “Civic Alliance”, in cooperation with BTD and the Norwegian Embassy, is organizing a conference “The Day After COVID-19”. The online conference will take place on May 5, 2020, starting at 13.00 p.m.
Amnesty is an act of mercy of the country and as such, it should exist in the penal system of every country. It is given in extraordinary circumstances or significant dates for the country, otherwise it denies the work of the judiciary. Although the Law itself is positive, because it forgives part of the sentence, […]
At a time of global health crisis caused by the spread of COVID-19, complete society is facing many social and economic challenges. Now, of utmost importance is development of democracy that is based on universal values: justice, responsibility, solidarity, welfare, freedom, equality and equal access to public services and information.
Ministry of Justice of Montenegro, Council for Civil Control of the Police and nongovernmental foundation “Civic Alliance” jointly presented the first Montenegrin edition of the Manual on the Effective Investigation and Documentation of Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment.