Out of total of 100 possible points, according to the indicators of the research conducted by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), the average mark of transparency of Montenegrin municipalities for 2019 is 40.76 points.
In Montenegro, two-thirds of citizens consider that corruption is part of everyday life, while more severe legal punishment and their equal application are assessed as a manner of addressing this problem.
Press conference organized by the Center for Civic Education (CCE) and the Center for Monitoring and Research (CEMI) on the occasion of the presentation of the findings of public opinion polls on corruption at the local level, conducted by IPSOS Strategic Marketing for the project “Put Corruption in a Museum!” February 29 to March 7, 2020 on a sample of 1,060 adult respondents.
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has organized performances, from 11 to 13 March 2020, in three Montenegrin municipalities, to point to the issue of corruption at the local level.
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) has organized performances, from 11 to 13 March 2020, in three Montenegrin municipalities, to point to the issue of corruption at the local level. In Pljevlja, Budva, and Podgorica, through artistic provocation, it was symbolically indicated to the problems of these cities with their common denominator – corruption.
Integrity of employees in local self-governments is of utmost importance for preventive action and fight against corruption, as the lack of integrity raises questions about the effectiveness of laws and by-laws.
The Center for Civic Education (CCE) organized the final national conference “Let’s put corruption in the museum!” On March 10 at the Hotel Centerville. The conference gathered 110 representatives of the Government, local governments, independent institutions, non-governmental organizations, media, political parties and diplomatic representatives, and was followed by a panel discussion followed by a dynamic discussion.
It is necessary to focus on content rather than form, to plan less and to work harder, as it was concluded at the opening of the final national conference, ‘Let’s put corruption into museum’, organized by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE).
Centre for Civic Education (CCE) organized from 7 to 9 February, in Petrovac, the work of two groups of regional art workshop ‘Art for social change – view on corruption’ within the framework of the project Let’s put corruption into museum.