The partner university, the University of Montenegro, marked the campaign “16 days of activism” within the framework of the UNIGEM project with a public call for writing the best essay on the topic “Consequences of relativizing the causes of femicide”. In the competition for the best essay, Tijana Draganić, a second-year master’s student at the Faculty of Philosophy, won first place, Miloš Bubanja, a second-year master’s student at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, won second place, while Tereza Vujošević, a first-year master’s student at the Faculty of Law, won third place.

The competition was announced for male and female students of all faculty units by the Office for Gender Issues of the University of Montenegro as part of the implementation of the UNIGEM regional project. The winners of the competition were decided by a commission consisting of prof. Nebojša Vučinić, Ph.D., retired full professor at the Faculty of Law of the UCG and former judge of the European Court of Human Rights, Ljiljana Jovanović, Ph.D., head of the Center for Human Rights; Sanja Grbović, PhD., teaching assistant at the Faculty of Law, UCG.

The prizes won were presented at the Faculty Day celebration.