Human Rights in Montenegro
Publisher: Centre for Democracy and Human Rights, Montenegro
This publication is the result of the project “Active Human Rights Monitoring in Montenegro” supported by the European Union Delegation to Montenegro and implemented by the Centre for Democracy and Human Rights in partnership with the AIRE Centre from London. The project lasted from 1st February 2011 to 1st August 2012.
An important feature of the present-day socio-political environment in Montenegro is the existence of general and undivided awareness of the significance of human rights in the process of global and regional integrations. The raising of awareness on the importance of human rights is one of the objectives that CEDEM and its associates recognized in the project.
For the needs of the half-year report published in September 2011 and this publication, an analysis was made of the most important international treaties, national legal framework, research into the current practice, interviews with citizens who had reported violations, and media press-clippings, using the opportunities offered by the Free Access to Information Act. The data in the report was collected thanks to Mr. Siniša Bjeković, who was the author of the Initial Report on Human Rights in Montenegro for the needs of the project, as well as on the basis of the materials which were being continuously submitted by the human rights monitors, engaged in this project.
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