Following the highly successful press conference held for the five-series TV programme on 30 March 2012, major national and local TV stations throughout the region (Studio B, TV Vranje and TV FORUM in Serbia, BHRT and RTRS in Bosnia and Herzegovina, TV Vijesti in Montenegro, TV Kapital network in Croatia and Alsat-M TV in the FY Republic of Macedonia) will start broadcasting, on a weekly basis, the debates on the topics of "Stereotypes", " How to survive: the Economic Crisis", "Media", "The Great powers and Us", and "To be Young and to Live in the Balkans".
Montenegro is another country to have joined the Joint History Project and to offer its teachers and students a new manner of understanding history in the Montenegrin language. This high-profile launch was attended by the Montenegrin Prime Minister Igor Luksic, Head of Delegation of the European Union to Montenegro Leopold Maurer, Dr Erhard Busek, Chair of the Board of Directors.
The Joint History Project's History Education Committee finalised its push to expand this highly successful history book series to cover more recent times.
Some of the most accomplished educators and researchers from the region and from the United States gathered in Thessaloniki to create the framework for a new dynamic teaching methodology tool.
The CDRSEE was invited to co-organise the event by the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe. The Chairman of the CDRSEE Board of Directors, Dr Erhard Busek, opened the event and three historians from the CDRSEE's Joint History Project were invited as panellists.
Montenegro is one more country which will join the JHP and which will, in its own language, offer to its teachers and students a new manner of understanding history.