CDRSEE values public trust. We do not want to take it for granted, and are committed to sustaining and deepening it by guaranteeing accountability and transparency. The annual reports do just that; they give readers the opportunity to see exactly what we do in the region.
CDRSEE Executive Director Zvezdana Kovac took part in an influential conference on the role of education in preventing conflict, one of the foundations of the CDRSEE, as part of the 20th anniversary commemoration of the OSCE's The Hague Recommendations Regarding the Education Rights of National Minorities.
Recognising that an organisation is only as good as its people, each member of our team is committed to delivering his or her best performance to make sure the activities and projects of CDRSEE are top-notch, results-oriented and effective.
Extremist narratives and counter-extremism activism in the Mediterranean region were among some of the topics raised in the Regional Youth Innovation Lab that took place in Madrid on the 17th of March.
Honoured and proud, the CDRSEE officially launched its new research project on integration of minorities on March 15, called Communities in Greece.
More than safety, the migrant crisis is about achieving a decent quality of life
Amanda Isabel Ramos, M.A. in Human Rights Candidate,
Intern at the CDRSEE (December 2015-February 2016)
Â “No one puts their children in a boat unless the water is safer than the land.” This line from Warsan Shire’s Home rings all too familiar.
The Regional History Teacher Conference held in Podgorica this weekend was widely covered in the media and drew more than 60 historians, history teachers and education ministry representatives who had the opportunity not only to meet the editors of the Joint History Project workbooks but also to discuss and voice their opinions on the draft versions of the two new volumes, which are scheduled to be launched for the upcoming school year in autumn 2016.