Belgrade -- 6-8 July 2014 -- The key editors of the upcoming Joint History Project workbooks met for a second time to debate topics to be covered in the volumes addressing recent history, bringing to the table everything from the split of Yugoslavia to the emergence of the Facebook culture.
CDRSEE's Joint History Project historian Dr. Dubravka Stojanovic has been awarded one of the most distinguished honors of the French Republic, the National Order of Merit (Ordre National du MÃ©rite), for her accomplishments as a historian and writer.
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Belgrade - 25 May 2015 -- Civil society should be consulted on policies and projects that affect the region, including the gathering of information on and the monitoring of the region, according to participants of the "Culture of Regional Cooperation" workshop, an event organised in the framework of the newly launched “Civil Society Initiative of the Vienna Western Balkans Summit” on 26 May 2015 in Belgrade.
Medjimurje - 19-20 May 2015 -- While access to pre-school education for Roma children in Medjimurje has been visiblly improving in the past decade, segregation remains a huge challenge to be overcome, as discussed at the final assessment roundtable of the CDRSEE's Uniting Differences project.
Trento, 1-4 May 2015 -- The American Field Service, in celebrating its 100 years of service, brought together hundreds of government officials, academics and NGOs, including the CDRSEE, to talk about peace and reconciliation...
Roma Community members, pre-school teachers and local authorities, NGOs, CSOs, local trainers and international experts are preparing to gather in Sveti Martin na Muri, Croatia, for a final evaluation of the CDRSEE's "Uniting Differences" project, aimed at helping keep Roma children from dropping out of school.
The CDRSEE is launching a new TV current affairs talk show, "Vicinities Europe", which leverages the impact and experience of the very successful "Okruzenje" ("Vicinities") project but focuses on Europe as a whole.
Athens, 14-15 April 2015 — A first selection of historical documents for the two new Joint History Project volumes was made last week in Athens.
March 27-29, 2015, Bujanovac —Thirty-five history teachers from the Western Balkans and beyond gathered in Bujanovac, Serbia, to compare and discuss how the history past 1945 is taught in their classrooms and to visit historical sites together and share experiences of their own.