Civic Education School 2020WorkshopFirst week of Civic Education School – journalism in Montenegro

April 2, 2021by Administrator0
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The Civic Education School officially started on 17th of November, 2020. Participants from all over Montenegro, joined us on Zoom and met their mentors. Coordinators set goals for the next three weeks, together with our mentors on 5 topics: democracy and governance rights, human rights, the fight against corruption, environmental protection and social entrepreneurship, and...

The Civic Education School officially started on 17th of November, 2020. Participants from all over Montenegro, joined us on Zoom and met their mentors. Coordinators set goals for the next three weeks, together with our mentors on 5 topics: democracy and governance rights, human rights, the fight against corruption, environmental protection and social entrepreneurship, and 48 participants.

On Thursday, we were joined by journalists Aleksandra Mudreša and Danilo Ajković, who spoke about how they beginning in journalism, the responsibility and opportunities that come along this career plan, but also about the freedom of the media in Montenegro and its challenges.

The Civic Education School project is funded by the U.S. Embassy Podgorica.

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