In a Sarajevo bazaar setting on August 30th, it was not goods being exchanged, but ideas.
The traditional meeting place for buying and selling turned into a bazaar for discussion, sharing thoughts and presenting projects, organised by the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung’s (FES) Coordination Meeting, Southeast Europe.
Attending and presenting the Joint History Project for the CDRSEE, was Programme Adviser, Antonis Hadjiyannakis. He was joined by other FES funded organisations and individuals from Southeast Europe to engage in discussion on a wide range of social, political and economic issues facing the region. On a panel focusing on ‘Progressive Peace Policy’, the CDRSEE’s Joint History Project was promoted and its purpose as a key element in the vital role of education in peace building was emphasised. Other panels dealt with topics such as social democratic values and socio-economic research and advocacy.