The Human Rights Committee has adopted most of the recommendations made by CEDEM and Youth Initiative for Human Rights – a member of the Civic Alliance, and submitted to the Committee in December last year, in relation to the Initial report of Montenegro on the Implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
Civic Alliance will traditionally organize ceremonial conference on 10 December at 11:00 in Hotel „Podgorica”, on the occassion of the International Human Rights Day, in cooperation with the Institution of Ombudsman, Ministry of Human and Minority Rights and the OSCE Mission to Montenegro.
The second quarterly report 2012 of Civic Alliance (CA) includes information collected during the period from 1 April to 1 July 2012. Techniques of researching on the terrain, press clipping, analysis, interviews, insider information, and SOS phone line were used in preparation of the report. It also includes areas we have recognized as the most concerning ones through our previous work, and the accent is on the state of human rights in practice.
CIVIC ALLIANCE (CA) ABOUT RELATIONSHIP OF THE COUNTRY TOWARDS THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS BEFORE THE COURT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN STRASBOURG
CA believes it is inacceptable that, since 2006, Montenegro has not established the Office for professional and administrative affairs for the needs of representing before the Court for Human Rights. Regulation that has not been harmonized in this area yet, also causes concern.