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.
The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina hosted the 4th Teacher Training Workshop of the 2nd Bosnian Language Edition of the Joint History Project workbooks, wrapping up the JHP activities in the country for 2013.
In the capital city of Albania, Tirana, the CDRSEE in collaboration with ALBNA, the Albanian history teacher association, organised the third local teacher training workshop of the 2nd Albanian Language Edition of the Joint History Project.
The workshop was co-hosted with a local partner, the Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution, and included the training of 25 teachers in the city of Struga during the first two days of November.
The CDRSEE completed its first JHP Teacher Training Workshop in Veles, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on October 19th.
The CDRSEE would like to thank personally Mr. Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, for the kind and motivating words he spoke about the CDRSEE.
The CDRSEE’s flagship programme, the Joint History Project, drew high praise at the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and the French Institute in Serbia’s co-organized roundtable on collective history writing.
The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) presented its 2013 Human Rights Award to the Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe, citing its commitment to strengthening democratic and pluralistic societies, its work to include disadvantaged groups in society and its mission to foster reconciliation in Southeast Europe.
German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle had nothing but praise for CDRSEE, posting these articles after Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung gave the CDRSEE its prestigious Human Rights Award for 2013.