Despite the success of the cross-Balkans current affairs talk show Vicinities, the alarming trend in the region’s media is to feed prejudices and ignore opposing opinions, Fabrice de Kerchove told Members of the European Parliament.
Another successful Teacher Training Workshop was held in Struga, the second in the city, at Hotel Drim as part of the CDRSEE’s Joint History Project.
“Uniting Differences” is a new initiative of the CDRSEE that targets pre-school education and aims at fostering tolerance from an early age on.
More than a hundred dignitaries gathered to experience first hand “Vicinities”, as part of an event sponsored by European Parliamentarians to highlight the impact of the first current affairs talk show broadcast across the Balkans
"Congratulations to all on this important anniversary, especially our excellent staff under Nenad Sebek’s direction, for all that has been accomplished during the past 15 years. I certainly believe we have made a contribution."
Vicinities, the first current affairs talk show broadcast across the Balkans, is heading west to Brussels! On Wednesday, Dec. 4, Members of the European Parliament are invited to attend an event to celebrate the successes and look to the future of Vicinities.
Another 20 history teachers successfully completed a Teacher Training Workshop, as part of the CDRSEE’s Joint History Project, and are ready to take their knowledge and insight back to their own schools and students.
Between the 23rd and 24th of November 2013, the seminar for Greek-German relations during the economic crisis period brought together 30 journalists from the Macedonia and Thrace regions.
The CDRSEE’s work was presented at a conference that gathered researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to discuss the specific character of external education interventions in post-conflict contexts.