Human Rights

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All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. Everyone is entitled to all rights and freedoms, without discrimination on any ground such as sex, race, color, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, association with a national minority, property, birth or other status.

CEDEM has been conducting activities in this area since its establishment in 1999, organizing many training seminars and workshops in order to strengthen protection for human rights in Montenegro. Its training programs are designed for different society actors, such as civil servants, civil society activists, students, etc. CEDEM made the first draft of the Anti-discrimination Law in 2005, which was followed by many educational programs in this area. 


 

 

 

Center for Democracy and Human Rights (CEDEM) in partnership with the AIRE Centre from London organized a presentation of the first semi-annual report on the monitoring of human rights in Montenegro. The report was prepared within the project Active monitoring of human rights in Montenegro, which is funded by the European Union and managed by the EU Delegation in Montenegro.

roma flagsvgCentre for Democracy and Human Rights (CEDEM) along with PGF Consortium partners – U.N.O. Libertask, Humanitarac, Pocetak i Young Roma, and in cooperation with the Ministry of Human and Minority Rights of Montenegro held a press conference on International Roma Day (April 8).


AntidiskriminacijaCEDEM organized two-day seminar, "Montenegrin Anti-Discrimination Legislation and International and European Standards" in Becici on 22/23 March 2012, in cooperation with AIRE Centre from London, Judicial Training Centre of Montenegro and OSCE mission to Montenegro, with support of United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office via British Embassy in Podgorica and CEDEM's long year partner organization Konrad Adenauer Foundation, the Rule of Law Program South East Europe.


AntidiskriminacijaCEDEM organized two-day seminar, "Montenegrin Anti-Discrimination Legislation and International and European Standards" in Becici on 22/23 March 2012, in cooperation with AIRE Centre from London, Judicial Training Centre of Montenegro and OSCE mission to Montenegro, with support of United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office via British Embassy in Podgorica and CEDEM's long year partner organization Konrad Adenauer Foundation, the Rule of Law Program South East Europe.