Strike of Education Workers in Montenegro – Lessons Learned

JPM partner Marija Živković and Associate Mina Čogurić shared their insights on current situation related to the strike of Education Workers in Montenegro

After numerous unsuccessful negotiations with the Ministry of Education, Science and Innovation, the Trade Union of Education made the Decision to go on a branch strike on February 7, 2024, while at the same time a Working Group was formed for negotiations and consideration of amendments to the Branch Collective Agreement for the field of education, and proceedings were initiated before the Agency for Peaceful Resolution of Labor Disputes.

Being both parents and professionals, we can conclude that this situation, like many previous ones in various spheres, demonstrates the importance of timely, adequate and comprehensive legal regulation of all segments of social life, as well as continuity in the work of institutions, because we witness daily that the opposite practice, which prevails, leads to negative consequences for fundamental values, and in this case it is the upbringing and education of our children.

The full text of the article (in Montenegrin and English) can be found here.

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