Extremist narratives and counter-extremism activism in the Mediterranean region were among some of the topics raised in the Regional Youth Innovation Lab that took place in Madrid on the 17th of March.
Honoured and proud, the CDRSEE officially launched its new research project on integration of minorities on March 15, called Communities in Greece.
The Regional History Teacher Conference held in Podgorica this weekend was widely covered in the media and drew more than 60 historians, history teachers and education ministry representatives who had the opportunity not only to meet the editors of the Joint History Project workbooks but also to discuss and voice their opinions on the draft versions of the two new volumes, which are scheduled to be launched for the upcoming school year in autumn 2016.
A kick-off meeting of the CDRSEE and EUROCLIO project ePACT - Education Partnership for Advocacy, Capacity-Building and Transformation took place in The Hague on 18-19 February, sealing our cooperation and the creation of our common project.
Thessaloniki, 29 January 2016 – The Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe and the European Fund for the Balkans organised the Station Networking meeting of the Editors in chief and TV partners of the current affairs talk show "Okruzenje".
Thessaloniki, 24 January 2016 - The 24th meeting of the Board of Directors of the Center for Democracy and Reconciliation convened in Thessaloniki this weekend, to discuss the migrant and refugee crisis and what the Center can do to help with integration of the refugees.
Sarajevo, 17-19 December 2015 --Â The Regional Cooperation Council organised a constructive meeting for representatives of Civil Society as well a workshop for journalists of the region, looking ahead to the new year, and CDRSEEâ€™s Michaela Zervidou was there to present the Center's current projects as well as ideas for 2016.
Another tumultuous year is almost behind us, and while we at the CDRSEE can be proud of our own achievements, we share concerns for those who were forced to leave their homeland – who were left with no choice. Unfortunately, we live in a world where choice is sometimes not an option, where we can't even push for an alternative. The largest migration of people since World War II or maybe in the entire history of Europe, counting nearly a million people who are still risking their lives in order to have a better life!