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CDRSEE participates in the EU-Western Balkan Media Days

On 9-10 November the EU – Western Balkans Media Days, organised by the European Commission, brought together more than 250 representatives of media and policymakers from the Western Balkans and the EU in Tirana, to exchange forward-looking ideas and innovative experiences leading to the sustainability of professional journalism.

Lighting up the dark history of Southeast Europe: JHP presented at American Universities

“History teaching can play two opposing roles. On the one hand it can contribute to the reproduction of conflict if it hushes up the dark sides of the past, by propagating a one-sided teaching of the controversial dramatic events. On the other hand, history teaching can be used as a tool for healing traumas and overcoming painful memories” argued Professor Christina Koulouri, Chair of the History Education Committee of the Joint History Project.

Filming on Okruzenje VI is wrapping up

The production team of ‘Okruzenje/Vicinities’ is back in the studio for the recording of the last episodes of Season 6. The carefully selected thought-provoking topics are expected to prompt new memorable debates that will enlighten the show’s audience by offering fresh insights into the questions addressed.

This time our guests will grapple with everyday issues such as: “How to consume history”, “Does a Balkan entrepreneurial spirit exist?”, “The cost of labour in the Balkans”, and “Going digital”.

CDRSEE at the 'EU and Southeastern Europe: Democracy and Human Rights Challenges' Conference, Thessaloniki 16 December

Organised by the Navarino Network and the Kaliopi Skoufa Foundation, the event will host academics, civil society representatives and policy-makers from across the region. The CDRSEE, represented by its Development Officer Ms Ruth Sutton, will participate in one of the three grand panels.

ePACT hosted by the House of European History, Brussels 18 December 2017

"How can Europe help the Balkans 'consume' its history?" is the title of the event that will take place in the House of European History in Brussels on 18 December 2017 in the framework of the CDRSEE's project ePACT. Frans Timmermans and Lamberto Zannier will be the keynote speakers among other prominent attendees. The event is organized in a collaboration with Euroclio and the International Students of History Association.