Three CDRSEE members and affiliates actively participated at the International Symposium, "Commemorating 1914: Exploring the War's Legacy". The Symposium took place on May 5th and 6th at the Croatian State Archives in Zagreb and was organised by the EUNIC network in scientific partnership with the historians of Zagreb University and the Youth Initiative for Human Rights and Documenta NGOs.
CDRSEE partner The European Fund for the Balkans kicked off its fellowship programme, sending 20 government officials, expenses paid, to other state institutions to work and learn for three months.
This spring, teachers from Serbia and other Western Balkan countries were the beneficiaries of an exceptional learning assistance manual that ought to make their lives a whole lot easier.
Next to facilitating evaluation sessions of the Teaching for Learning Manual: A reference guide for results-oriented teachers in Belgrade, the CDRSEE, in cooperation with the respective Ministries of Education, implemented five evaluation workshops across the region.
The CDRSEE in collaboration with the Serbian Ministry of Education facilitated an evaluation session of the Teaching for Learning Manual: A reference guide for results-oriented teachers.
In the city of Peja near the Rugova mountains, the 2nd Kosovar Teacher-Training Workshop took place. Twenty-one teachers from the Peja District gathered at the Dukagjini Hotel for two days of training on 29-30/03/2014.
CDRSEE’s Corinna Noack-Aetopulos as well as two members of our History Education Committee, Snjezana Koren and Dubravka Stojanovic, were invited to speak at an international history perspectives conference in Vienna.