Life in Limbo with the shadows of the 90s

For many in the region, lives are still in limbo, because the shadows of the 90s are above us all, and this should be openly discussed, with facts, and difficult topics communicated through film and media to contribute to dealing with the past, as concluded at the online book promotion and virtual photo exhibition “Life in Limbo – A Book of Scars” and a panel discussion “Shadow of the 90s over the Balkans” during the last day of the Montenegrin Human Rights Film Festival FAST FORWARD 2020, organized by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and the ZfD Forum.

Life in Limbo with the shadows of the 90s

Human rights under the mask – society’s attitude towards Pride

The film cannot change the world, but the engaged film can significantly contribute to pointing out inconsistencies in society and raising awareness about the problems of the LGBT community, it was stated today at the online panel discussion “Human rights under the mask – society’s attitude towards Pride”, which the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), with the support of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, has organized as part of the FAST FORWARD Human Rights Film Festival Montenegro, upon the screening of the film “Let there be colour”.

Human rights under the mask – society’s attitude towards Pride

Impressive interest of the audience at the opening of the FAST FORWARD Festival in Berane

The overcrowded Hall of the Culture Centre Berane at the opening of the Berane edition of the FAST FORWARD Festival, organized by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), in cooperation with the Berane Municipality, Cultural Centre Berane and Gymnasium ’Panto Malisic’, confirms that this concept of communicating human rights reached broad audience in this city.

Impressive interest of the audience at the opening of the FAST FORWARD Festival in Berane

Opened exhibition “BEHIND THE SEVEN CAMPS: From crime of culture to culture of crime”

At the territory of the former Yugoslavia, the only culture that is stronger than the crime culture is the culture of oblivion, as assessed today at the opening of the exhibition of photos “BEHIND THE SEVEN CAMPS: From Crime of Culture to Culture of Crime”, by Hrvoje Polan, organised by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and German Forum ZfD, within the X jubilee edition of the FAST FORWARD Human Rights Film Festival Montenegro at the Montenegrin National Theatre.

Opened exhibition “BEHIND THE SEVEN CAMPS: From crime of culture to culture of crime”