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7-9 December 2012: International Conference: Contemporary approaches to Cold War and Post-Cold War Balkans: main themes, open questions, unresolved debates

The CDRSEE kicked off the new Joint History Project in Belgrade on December 7 to 9, with an international gathering of the top academics...

7-9 December 2012: International Conference: Contemporary approaches to Cold War and Post-Cold War Balkans: main themes, open questions, unresolved debates, Belgrade

A new step in the JHP begins on Friday December 7th with the opening of this event supported by USAID and the ISC, carefully preparing the grounds for addressing sensitive historical issues following the JHP methodology and principles.

The CDRSEE Board of Directors gathered on December 2 and 3 to review the past year and to look ahead to 2013

Welcomed by the CDRSEE team and under the leadership of Board Chairman Dr. Erhard Busek, 10 board members engaged in lively discussion about progress in reconciliation in the region, the events of the past year and most importantly, the CDRSEE’s goals and focus for the new year.

9-11 November 2012: Shared teacher training event for Albanian and Serbian communities in South Serbia Part II, Bujanovac

The second workshop of shared teacher training in South Serbia took place in Bujanovac and followed up on the positive experiences of the first workshop in Vranje in June of this year.

(Euro)pe, an open-end crisis - What is the vision for Europe in the 21 century?

The Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO), together with the Institut d'études politiques (IEP) de Grenobles, Chair for South-East European History at the Humboldt University, and the CDRSEE are piloting a project dialogue between young French, Greek and German citizens.

7-13 October 2012: Third international workshop and study trip - Dealing with difficult pasts in the Western Balkans and Western Europe - Platform for Trans-European exchange and cooperation, France

The CDRSEE’s Director of Programmes Corinna Noack-Aetopulos was invited to attend this event organized by the French-German Youth Office, the Youth Initiative for Human Rights BiH, Documenta-Centar for Dealing with the past (Croatia) and the Centre Andre Malraux in Sarajevo.