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11.06.2015.

“Human rights and protection from discrimination in the process of EU integration”

“Human rights and protection from discrimination in  the process of EU integration” The importance of membership in the European Union as well as the promotion of human rights and freedoms in the integration process was discussed today at the round table, organised by the Ministry for Human and Minority rights, on the theme ”Human rights and protection from discrimination in the process of EU integration.”

24.03.2015.

Minorities in the EU integration process

Minorities in the EU integration process

Montenegro’s accession path towards the EU as well as the official starting of negotiation process between Montenegro and European Union started on 29 June 2012. Round table discussion, organised by the Ministry for Human and Minority rights in cooperation with Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integrations, Office of the chief negotiator accessed the importance of EU membership and the role of minorities in the integration process.

10.02.2014.

UN CERD's meeting in Geneva: Montenegro sets example for other countries regarding respects for human rights

UN CERD

Geneva, Switzerland (6 February 2014) – At its today’s session in Geneva, the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) commended Montenegro’s Report on the Implementation of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, its realistic view of the situation and serious progress in implementing the Convention. It also praised Montenegro’s commitment to strengthening the rule of law, the legal system and the system of non-discrimination and protection of the rights and freedoms of its citizens.

07.06.2013.

UN Human Rights Council in Geneva adopts final report on human rights in Montenegro

UN Human Rights Council in Geneva adopts final report on human rights in Montenegro

Geneva, Switzerland (7 June 2013) – Montenegro’s delegation, headed by Minister for Human and Minority Rights Suad Numanović, took part in the UN Human Rights Council’s meeting in Geneva on occasion of final discussion on human rights in Montenegro, within the second cycle of the UN Universal Periodical Review (URP). Minister Numanović reiterated Montenegro’s Government commitment to advancing and protecting human rights, especially of the vulnerable groups such as women, children, person with disabilities, Roma population, LGBT persons.

29.01.2013.

Montenegro presents National Report on Human Rights at UN Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva

Montenegro presents National Report on Human Rights at UN Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva

Geneva, Switzerland (29 January 2012) – Montenegro’s Minister for Human and Minority Rights Suad Numanović presented yesterday at the UN Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva the National Report on Human Rights in Montenegro, within the second cycle of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the human rights performance of UN Member States.

24.01.2013.

NATO Secretary General releases annual report on women, peace and security

The Secretary General detailed the Alliance’s efforts over the past year to implement United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 in its operations and activities in his second annual report on this issue, which was released on Tuesday 15 January. Adopted in 2000, the Resolution recognizes the disproportionate effect of armed conflict on women and children. All NATO Allies and partners are committed to ensuring that gender considerations are integrated into security work.

31.12.2010.

Government of Montenegro launches a website for flood relief donations

Government of Montenegro launches a website for flood relief donations

In autumn 2010, Montenegro has suffered the worst floods in history that forced thousands to abandon their homes and caused unprecedented damage to crops and property. Following the link https://cert.sntcg.com/DefaultEN.aspx, it is possible to donate to Montenegro flood relief from anywhere in the world. The flood victims would welcome any donation, however symbolic, as a token of solidarity and support...

09.11.2009.

Statement by Minister for Human and Minority Rights Ferhat Dinosha

Minister for Human and Minority Rights Ferhat Dinosha: Concerning my statement to TV Vijesti about the rights of sexual minorities in Montenegro, as well as the unfounded criticism that followed, I wish to clarify my attitude:
I said that in a conservative and patriarchal society such as ours, the existence of LGBT groups is not good news and that I myself am not very happy about it. However, I emphasised that one should be realistic and should not constrain these persons since they already exist, but provide them with the possibility to exercise their rights without causing any social conflict

19.04.2004.

Press release: Meeting between Massari and Hajdinaga


Head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia-Montenegro Maurizio Massari paid today a working visit to the Ministry for National Minorities and Ethnic Groups...

22.01.2004.

Council of Europe delegation on a working visit to Ministry for Ethnic Minorities

The Council of Europe delegation, comprising Coordinator for Southeast Europe at the Council of Europe Directorate of Strategic Planning Fridrich Holm, administrator Johan Fristed and consultant with the Directorate Dana Peskarus, arrived today on a working visit to the Montenegrin Ministry for Ethnic Minorities. The delegation was met by Assistant Minister Sabahudin Delic...

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