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06.02.2018

Violence against a child is one of the most severe forms of human rights violations

Violence against a child is one of the most severe forms of human rights violations

The Ministry for Human and Minority Rights reminds that all children are born with fundamental freedoms and rights belonging to all human beings. Because of their age children are referred to adults for help. In this regard, we emphasize the obligation of the adults in the protection of the child as well as the need to protect the integrity of the child.




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06.02.2018.

Violence against a child is one of the most severe forms of human rights violations

Violence against a child is one of the most severe forms of human rights violations

The Ministry for Human and Minority Rights reminds that all children are born with fundamental freedoms and rights belonging to all human beings. Because of their age children are referred to adults for help. In this regard, we emphasize the obligation of the adults in the protection of the child as well as the need to protect the integrity of the child.

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29.01.2018.

Montenegrin delegation in Rome: Montenegro contributes to preserving cultural, religious and historical heritage by taking concrete steps

Montenegrin delegation in Rome: Montenegro contributes to preserving cultural, religious and historical heritage by taking concrete steps

Minister of Foreign Affairs Srđan Darmanović participated today in the Conference on Responsibility of States, Institutions and Individuals in the Fight against Anti-Semitism and Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes in the OSCE Area, held in Rome. Director General for relations with Religious Communities Ms. Žana Filipović, Ministry for Human and Minority Rights also attended the conference.

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22.01.2018.

Meeting: Zenka-Dieng: Montenegro is recognized in the Western Ballkans as a country where human rights issue is high on its political agenda

Meeting: Zenka-Dieng: Montenegro is recognized in the Western Ballkans as a country where human rights issue is high on its political agenda

Minister for Human and Minority Rights Mehmed Zenka has spoken earlier today with the UN Under Secretary and the UN Secretary-General's Special Adviser for the Prevention of Genocide, Adama Dieng. Zenka emphasised that Montenegro is recognized in the Western Ballkans as a country where the Human Rights issues stand high on its political agenda and in that direction our country has achieved visible results.

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21.01.2018.

Montenegro's progress in safeguarding and promoting human rights and freedoms presented in Geneva

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Podgorica, Montenegro (22 January 2018) -- National report on the state of human rights in Montenegro was presented earlier today before the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, within the third cycle of the General Periodic Review of the Human Rights in the UN member states.Presenting the report, head of the Montenegrin delegation, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin pointed out that comprehensive national reforms, which resulted in a high level of protection and affirmation of human rights and freedoms, were the best recommendations to Montenegro for achieving key foreign policy goals, namely NATO accession and progress towards EU membership.

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22.12.2017.

Faculty of Law in Podgorica hosted the International Student Conference on Montenegrin legislation with the perspective of protecting the rights of the child

Faculty of Law in Podgorica hosted the International Student Conference on Montenegrin legislation with the perspective of protecting the rights of the child

The attitude of a society towards children is a picture of its responsibility and dedication to the future. That's why we have to care and talk about our younger citizens and their rights,and only for key reasons - moral and legal responsibility, but also because of the obligations that our country took over at the international level,was told from a student conference.

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