The British Minister for Justice and Civil Liberties, Mr. Simon Hughes met yesterday with representatives of the civil sector and international organizations in Montenegro. At
Rule of law
Montenegro is defined by the Constitution as a civil, democratic, environmental and social justice state, based on the rule of law. Affirmation of the principle of equality before the law, as one of the fundamental postulates of the rule of law and the rule of law, is the primary task of the Department of the Rule of Law.
CEDEM is the first non-governmental organization in Montenegro to organize seminars on international and legal standards of the European Union. From 1999 until today, over 900 lawyers, judges, prosecutors and other civil servants have participated in our training programs. The Rule of Law Department prepares draft laws and proposals for amendments to the law; organizes round tables and seminars for representatives of judicial bodies; monitors court proceedings; prepares, publishes and distributes professional publications, which has the ultimate goal of promoting a responsible, professional, efficient and transparent judiciary in Montenegro.
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According to polls conducted as part of PASOS’s “Advocacy for Open Government” project, citizens of the six Balkan countries consider political parties to be the
Proposal of practical policy on processing criminal cases of terrorism, organized crime and war crimes
CEDEM has prepared a practical policy proposal regarding international cooperation and fair trial standards in the prosecution of criminal cases of terrorism, organized crime and
The Chapter 23 Coalition Monitoring Coalition has prepared comments on the Government’s first report on the implementation of the measures in the Chapter 23 Action
The representative of CEDEM, Marija Vuksanović, attended today’s opening of the Center for Accommodation of Asylum Seekers, which was organized by the Ministry of Labor
CEDEM is ranked among the 10 leading think-tank organizations from Central and Eastern Europe in a study conducted within the Think-Tanks and Civil Society Program
The general assessment of the current implementation of the Action Plan for Chapter 24 is that there is continuity in implementation, but that measures are
CEDEM and YIHR submitted to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination an alternative report on the implementation of the International Convention on
We present the Annual Report which contains a summary of all activities we have implemented in the past year, with a special focus on program
Consultative meeting: “Anti-corruption mechanisms and accountability of police officers in Montenegro”
Today, CEDEM organized a consultative meeting for the research project “Anti-Corruption Mechanisms and Accountability of Police Officers in Montenegro”. The project was supported by the
Predstavnica CEDEM-a Marija Vuksanović učestvovala je na konferenciji o pregovaračkim poglavljima 23 i 24, koju je organizovao Poljski institut za međunarodne poslove u okviru projekta
Round table: Opening the negotiation process under Chapter 23 – Justice and Fundamental Rights – Are We Ready or Not?
Organized by the Center for the Development of Non-Governmental Organizations (CRNVO), a round table was held on Friday, November 15, at the Hotel Podgorica, dedicated