In Montenegro, discrimination has increased in the past five years for about six percent average, and it is most visible on the basis of political opinions, showed the Centre for Democracy and Human Rights (CEDEM) survey of public opinion on discrimination.
The survey was conducted in November and December with 1,005 participants from 18 municipalities. The citizens believe that the highest discrimination level is expressed during the employment.The employment trend also is the most negative comparing to the data from 2010.
Research has shown that when it comes to criteria – categories of the population, the most visible discrimination is based on political beliefs.
It has shown that discrimination has increased in the past five years, according to all criteria, except when it comes to religion.
The citizens believe that the NGO sector is contributing the most in the fight against discrimination and the trend is stable in this regard.
The media is seen as a powerful factor in the fight against discrimination, but the trend is negative in this respect when compared to the data from 2010.
Izvor: RTV Montenegro