According to the Constitution, Montenegro is a civil, ecological state of social justice whose society is composed of many different ethnic groups, characterized by different cultures as well as different daily habits, artistic heritage and scientific and educational achievements; a society in which no ethnic group makes up the majority of the population; a society which, despite its turbulent past and all the factors that have occurred in recent times, as well as all the differences that exist between ethnic groups, is still characterized by a general climate of interethnic tolerance. In the normative-political sense, Montenegro is one of those countries that are making efforts to create a quality normative-legal framework for the implementation of multiculturalism policy.
The aim of this Report is to present key narratives in documents published in Montenegro that address issues of national minorities and discrimination. Meta-analysis is available here.
The report was prepared within the project “Strengthening the system for a society of equal rights” which the Center for Democracy and Human Rights – CEDEM is implementing with the support of the Ministry of Human and Minority Rights.