Feb. 5-6, Thessaloniki -- Albanian public broadcaster RTSH has joined the Okruzenje (Vicinities) project, committing to broadcast all of the regional current affairs talk shows, and came together with editors from all Okruzenje partner TV stations who gathered in Thessaloniki, Greece, for two days of meetings and collaboration.
Jan. 30 - Feb. 1, 2015, Tirana, Albania -- The JHP's History Education Committee gathered in Tirana for a productive meeting to begin the process of creating two new JHP volumes for the CDRSEE's flagship project.
23-24 January 2015 -- The CDRSEE organized and carried out the third and final training of teachers event of the Uniting Differences project, as it wraps up its pilot project to provide teachers with tools to help keep Roma pre-school children in Croatian public schools.
9-10 January 2015 -- The CDRSEE opened the new year with a teacher training workshop in Sveti Martin, MeÄ‘imurje County, Croatia, as part of a project to help integrate Roma children in Croatian schools.
16-18 December 2014 – CDRSEE Executive Director Zvezdana Kovac took part in an important international conference in Berlin on European Commemoration, sponsored by the German Federal Foreign Office, which focused on remembrance in societies.
The JHP covers 12 countries in Southeast Europe, with contributors, editors, translators, coordinators and supervisors from all of the countries. In addition, the materials contain documents drawn from diverse sources in all of the countries.
The JHP also works with teachers' groups on advocacy with both local and central authorities and in these ways, helps to empower teachers as potential agents of change and to participate in a democratic system themselves.
Dec. 12-13, 2014 Uniting Differences, the CDRSEE's programme to help keep Roma children from dropping out of the mainstream Croatian school system, held its first Teacher Training Event in Medjimurje County, Croatia.
The CDRSEE held a successful and productive weekend teacher training seminar, attended by 27 teachers, which also served to tap teachersâ€™ experience and ideas as the Joint History Project embarks on its next phase and the publication of two new books.