Andrea Perišić

Andrea Perišić is a freelance journalist from Montenegro. She writes for the independent weekly "Monitor" and the portal of the First Montenegrin Independent Electronic News (PCNEN), mostly on social issues - environment, education, equality, and health care. She participated in a number of seminars and attended several journalism training courses. She graduated in communication studies from the Faculty of Communication Sciences at the Aldo Moro University in Bari, Italy. She spent some of her education at Meiji University in Tokyo, Japan. Andrea lives and works in Podgorica.

A chernobyl scenario is threatening pljevlja

Andrea Perišić


Decades-long environmental problems in Pljevlja, Montenegro, have led to mass emigration of part of the population, and those who have decided to stay in this city are facing health...

Without proper oversight, AI technologies can become a threat

Andrea Perišić


At the end of last year, the then director of the Podgorica Health Center, Danilo Jokić, was the target of fraudsters on Facebook, who, with the help of...

Kolašin and Mojkovac: the cities of possibilities are destroyed by backward physical plans

Andrea Perišić


Both Kolašin and Mojkovac are graced by nature of unimaginable beauty. These are small towns, to which the surrounding mountains of Bjelasica and Sinjajevina offer an entire range of development opportunities, in a clean and ecological...

Government and citizens in Montenegro: Turning a deaf ear to warnings, measures and responsibility

Andrea Perišić


Andrea Jelić The decisions made by the former government were, as it turned out, poor. The responsibility of the new government is best illustrated by the fact that its representatives do not care about the recommendations they make themselves. Citizens, as usual, pay...