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CEDEM established the Department for Empirical Research in 1999. This department conducts research on various social and political phenomena in Montenegro, such as the democracy index, value orientations and ethnic distance, discrimination, perceptions of corruption, media freedoms, etc.

The Political Public Opinion in Montenegro is particularly noteworthy study which CEDEM has been continuously conducting since 1999, thus providing a comprehensive empirical cross-section of the political opinion structure in Montenegro. In addition to testing political opinion on standard criteria (citizens' trust in public institutions, government, political / public figures, political parties, media), the focus of our research is to present current issues of national political life (such as citizens' attitudes towards membership of Montenegro to EU and NATO).


Respected,

We would kindly like to call you to participate in an international survey conducted in Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia, Macedonia and Albania, countries that have a major problem with the departure of highly qualified experts (the so-called brain drain).

If you have been abroad for more than a year and then returned to Montenegro for more than a year, you are the right person to fill out the questionnaire in this research.

Please take a few minutes to send your contacts to Marija Cimbaljević, Coordinator for Montenegro, at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. "> This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone at 020 / 234-111 to be able to participate in this research.

The survey is anonymous and summary results will be available to the public. The aim of the research is to identify factors that are important for the return of highly educated citizens from abroad, in order to use their knowledge, experience and contacts abroad in the best possible way in Montenegro, for their own development and well-being, but also for the development of the community to which the states as a whole returned.

Based on the research findings, we want to influence states to develop systematic support for the return of our citizens from abroad, thereby motivating others to return to the country and to use their potential to contribute to the development of their homeland, rather than, due to lack of support, disappointed to return abroad and they remain there forever, with no desire for any cooperation with their home country.

The research is conducted by a group of NGOs from the region: Group 484 (www.grupa484.org.rs, Serbia), Center for Democracy and Human Rights (www.cedem.me, Montenegro), European Movement in Albania (www.em-al.org, Albania), Academia (www.academia.ba, BiH), Center for Policy Research and Development (www.crpm.org.mk, Macedonia).

The project is supported by the Balkan Democracy Fund (www.gmfus.org/balkantrust).

Thanks in advance for your attention and time,

Marija Cimbaljević, Project Coordinator for Montenegro

Center for Democracy and Human Rights - CEDEM

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The poll "Political Public Opinion - December 2010" was conducted in 18 Montenegrin municipalities. The survey involved 1033 respondents. You can see the results of the survey in a file. Go to Publications-->Empirical Research-->Political Public Opinion-->December 2010.

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The poll "Political Public Opinion - October 2010", supported by the Norwegian Embassy, was implemented in 16 Montenegrin municipalities. 1004 respondents participated in the survey. You can see the results of the survey in a file. Publications-->Empirical Research-->Political Public Opinion-->October 2010.

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The latest survey (October 2009) of political opinion of Montenegro was presented. To download it go to Publications-->Empirical Research-->Political Public Opinion-->October 2009.

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The poll "Political Public Opinion - September 2011", supported by the US Embassy in Podgorica, was conducted in 16 Montenegrin municipalities. 1035 respondents participated in the survey. You can see the results of the survey in a file. Go to Publications-->Empirical Research-->Political Public Opinion-->September 2011.
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