CENTER FOR DEMOCRACY AND RECONCILIATION IN SOUTHEAST EUROPE
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  • Okruzenje (Vicinities) wins the jury award

    in London

    Receiving the jury award in the "Media Initiative of the Year" category
    at the European Citizenship Awards in London sets our standards higher.

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  • Joint History Project

    High Representative Vice President of the European Commission,
    Ms Federica Mogherini
    commends the work of the JHP in helping
    the new generation moving forwards towards a European future.

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  • Okruzenje

    Okruzenje- 5 Successful Years and Beyond

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  • Okruzenje

    (Vicinities)

    Prime Ministers of Albania and Serbia look to future on Okruzenje.
    PMs Edi Rama and Aleksandar Vučić came together
    for the first time in a TV studio as guests of the CDRSEE's "Okruzenje".

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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.

 

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A few words from CDRSEE Executive Director Zvezdana Kovac A few words from CDRSEE Executive Director Zvezdana Kovac

The word on the street

February 2017

Today most of the Western Balkan countries wait at the EU’s door in an almost endless queue. As they inch their way towards it, the further away it appears. The comparison with the disintegration of Yugoslavia seems to be the word on the street; we can now read and hear of the fear of a similar denouement once again. The ominous lyrics of a famous Yugoslav song from the eve of the nineties "Just let there be no war" are being referred to today. As individuals or a group of individuals, we need to react to what appears to be a return to the situation in the 90s. We must show that the solidarity which the EU lacked from its inception, is indispensable for the well-being and prosperity in Europe.

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News

21
Mar
Two ePACT trainings conducted, and more to come!

Positive feedback has been received by both the participants and trainers of the two workshops organized under the auspices of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology in Kosovo.

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09
Feb
Exploring Communities in Greece

Making up over 56% of the total migrant population, the Albanian community is the single largest group of migrants in Greece, and one that has experienced both struggles and solidarity in settling and integrating in the country.

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24
Jan
Joint History Project - a good investment for EU funds in education

2017 kicked-off with another two regional launches of the new JHP workbooks in Zagreb on 17 January and in Sarajevo on 19 January.

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Areas of Strategic Focus

Education

Developing innovative educational methodologies to empower tomorrow’s democratic citizens with critical thinking and multi-perspective skills. Read more

Media & Communication

Utilising the power of the media to promote dialogue, share experiences and overcome disagreements without violence. Read more

Social Inclusion

Long-term integration of marginalised groups through creative, educational and practical projects-putting the people in control of their own destinies. Read more

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Zvezdana Kovac
Executive Director
Montenegro
Antonis Hadjiyannakis
Programme Adviser
Greece
Elena Farini
Financial Officer
Greece
Ruth Jennifer Sutton
Development Officer
United Kingdom
Jenny Demetriou
Development Officer
Brazil-Greece
Sasa Kulenovic
Project Manager
Italy
Michaela Zervidou
Project Manager
Greece

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