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In Montenegro, legal aid services make justice accessible for all

A.S.,* a middle-aged housewife and mother of two in Montenegro, was divorced and on her own. For three years, she received no support from her ex-husband and lacked the means to raise her children. But through a new legal aid program Montenegro rolled out in 2011, she was able to access legal aid, amore


Montenegro: Defence reform ushers in greater security

Montenegro’s Boka Bay is a place of striking beauty. Bare rock walls soar 1,000 metres above the sapphire blue waters of the Adriatic Sea. Red-roofed fishing villages nestle on islands and in low-lying areas. The ancient port of Kotor, with its graceful Venetian architecture, has gained renown as a more


Ten years of Capacity Development Programme in Montenegro

Amidst prevailing perception that the integration in the European Union is a “bureaucratic task and a governmental issue”, Montenegro is steadily moving towards membership. A lot of administrative issues, policies and normative laws still wait to be turned into practice. The EU accession story in thmore

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