Civic Education School 2020WorkshopSecond week of Civic Education School – How government works, What is our EU path, Studying abroad, How to be part of the solution?

April 2, 2021by Administrator0
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    During our third day, we had guest speaker from government sector. We talked with Mr. Dražen Malović from the Parliament of Montenegro about the legislative branch of government, the history, role and importance of the Parliament, but also how the needs of society are listened to and resolved by passing laws. On 26th...

 

 

During our third day, we had guest speaker from government sector. We talked with Mr. Dražen Malović from the Parliament of Montenegro about the legislative branch of government, the history, role and importance of the Parliament, but also how the needs of society are listened to and resolved by passing laws. On 26th of November, we had the opportunity to talk with Miloš Radonjić from ME4EU about the Montenegrin process of EU integration, with special reference to Chapters 23 and 24.Our participants were given the opportunity to hear more about opportunities for young people and how they can get involved and contribute together to EU membership.

Also, Wednesday was especially inspiring, as participants had the opportunity to gain practical knowledge from guests around the world! They had the opportunity to hear the experiences of our colleagues from the American Councils For International Education in Washington, D.C., who spoke a little more about grassroots campaigns and the importance of civic education for young people.

We spoke with Dimitrija Jovićević from the Organization of Montenegrins Studying Abroad about the possibilities of education abroad, but also with our alumni Tara Serhatlić who is studying law in Maribor, and Miloš Vojinović who started his studies at NYU Abu Dhabi.

At the end of the day, we held a project management session where we talked more about the project cycle and the projects that our participants will implement after graduating from the School where Andjela Bulatovic, Nina Milatovic and Lejla Sabotic shared their volunteer experience with us.

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

 

 

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