The renovated user premises of the Basic Court in Podgorica were opened to the public September 2012.
The renovated user premises of the Basic Court in Podgorica were opened to the public September 2012.
Millennium Bridge, Podgorica, Montenegro
Millennium Bridge, Podgorica, Montenegro
U.S. Ambassador to Montenegro, Sue K. Brown, and Vesna Medenica, President of the Supreme Court and the Judicial Council of Montenegro, attended the opening ceremony.
U.S. Ambassador to Montenegro, Sue K. Brown, and Vesna Medenica, President of the Supreme Court and the Judicial Council of Montenegro, attended the opening ceremony.
Study tour participants discussed key features for RIA success.
Study tour participants discussed key features for RIA success.
U.S. Ambassador to Montenegro officially inaugurated the opening of the Customer Center
U.S. Ambassador to Montenegro officially inaugurated the opening of the Customer Center
The renovated user premises of the Basic Court in Podgorica were opened to the public September 2012.
Millennium Bridge, Podgorica, Montenegro
U.S. Ambassador to Montenegro, Sue K. Brown, and Vesna Medenica, President of the Supreme Court and the Judicial Council of Montenegro, attended the opening ceremony.
Study tour participants discussed key features for RIA success.
U.S. Ambassador to Montenegro officially inaugurated the opening of the Customer Center

Good Governance Activity in Montenegro

2010-2013

The Good Governance Activity in Montenegro is a five year, $8.6mn project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by the East-West Management Institute (EWMI). The overall objective of the project is to help develop transparent, functioning and responsive government institutions, and to strengthen the role of civil society and the private sector as counterparts to those institutions in Montenegro. The specific focus is on the judicial system, business regulation and a variety of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) relevant to strengthening transparency and accountability. The Good Governance Activity in Montenegro will also work to strengthen public trust in public administration and the courts through civil society oversight activities and investigative journalism. The project will have three distinct but interdependent components: reforming business regulation and licensing; strengthening civil society oversight and anti-corruption efforts; and improving judicial administration and transparency.