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The Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe
The Economist: JHP helps teachers gain "a broader perspective"
The international news magazine has recognised the importance of the CDRSEE and our work.
CDRSEE receives Human Rights Award
This year the Human Rights Award of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung pays tribute to the particular merits of the CDRSEE
Uniting Differences team
The Uniting Differences project off to an enthusiastic start.
Okruzenje impresses, top journalists vow to cooperate
The CDRSEE’s current affairs talk show "Okruzenje", "Vicinities" in English, kicked off another season with a transformative roundtable discussion...

Upcoming events:

Joint History Project -- Teacher Training Seminar
March 6-8, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina -- The second of a three-part series of teacher training seminars, to be held simultaneously with the production of two new JHP volumes. JHP developers will meet with teachers to train but also gain valuable insight during the development of the new books.

Joint History Project -- Teacher Training Seminar
March 27-29, Bujanovac, Serbia, -- The third of a three-part series of teacher training seminars, to be held simultaneously with the production of two new JHP volumes. JHP developers will meet with teachers to train but also gain valuable insight during the development of the new books.

Uniting Differences: Assessment Roundtable
May, Međimurje County -- The final event of the Uniting Differences programme, during which teachers, trainers, organizers and local leaders will discuss and assess the projects, its impact and its future.

Who we are

The Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation that seeks to foster democratic, pluralist, and peaceful societies in Southeast Europe. We advocate principles of social responsibility, sustainable development, and reconciliation among the peoples in the region. We accomplish these goals via seminars, publications, conferences, research projects, exchange programmes, and opinion polls.



Japanese daily to focus on JHP

02/19/2015

Feb 16, 2015 -- The CDRSEE will be featured in an upcoming series on history education in the major Japanese daily newspaper Asahi Shimbun, based in Tokyo with a daily circulation of about 8 million.

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TV Albania joins Okruzenje team, as TV Partners bring ideas to Thessaloniki

02/09/2015

Feb. 5-6, Thessaloniki -- Albanian public broadcaster RTSH has joined the Okruzenje (Vicinities) project, committing to broadcast all of the regional current affairs talk shows, and came together with editors from all Okruzenje partner TV stations who gathered in Thessaloniki, Greece, for two days of meetings and collaboration.

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HEC meets in Tirana to start production of new JHP workbooks

02/03/2015

Jan. 30 - Feb. 1, 2015, Tirana, Albania -- The JHP's History Education Committee gathered in Tirana for a productive meeting to begin the process of creating two new JHP volumes for the CDRSEE's flagship project.

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CDRSEE wraps up Uniting Differences teacher training workshops

01/26/2015

23-24 January 2015 -- The CDRSEE organized and carried out the third and final training of teachers event of the Uniting Differences project, as it wraps up its pilot project to provide teachers with tools to help keep Roma pre-school children in Croatian public schools.

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CDRSEE kicks off new year with Uniting Differences Teacher Training event

01/12/2015

9-10 January 2015 -- The CDRSEE opened the new year with a teacher training workshop in Sveti Martin, Međimurje County, Croatia, as part of a project to help integrate Roma children in Croatian schools.

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Reconciliation - an educational mission, and a possible one

07/23/2014

CDRSEE has contributed an interesting overview on reconciliation as an educational mission to Lifelong Learning in Europe (LLinE), a trans-European journal dedicated to the advancement of adult education, lifelong learning, intercultural collaboration and best practice research.

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