The CDRSEE's current affairs talk show Okruzenje, known as "Vicinities" in English, kicked off another season with a transformative roundtable discussion on regional cooperation of the media and a major press conference including diplomats, partner executives and editors in chief from the largest media outlets in the Balkans.
The CDRSEE History Education Committee is a committed group of academics that form a regional network that promotes multi-perspective views of history in Southeast Europe. The Committee meets regularly to evaluate the project from an academic point of view and to create new innovative educational tools. The products are the result of Southeast European cooperation and are, thus, inclusive and locally owned.
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CDRSEE Executive Director Zvezdana Kovac was a lead discussant in the EastWest Institute’s conference focusing on managing conflict in Europe, presenting the CDRSEE’s work and its impact as well as ideas for what more can be done in conflict management.
Take a look -- The CDRSEE took part in a United Nations Human Rights Council panel discussion on history teaching and its importance for the future.
The CDRSEE was honored to have Board Chairman, Dr. Erhard Busek, open the IDM’s conference on Myths Surrounding the Great War in the Danube Region, held in Vienna on September 22, 2014.
The third season of Okruzenje, known as "Vicinities" in English, got off to an outstanding start this week, and was broadcast on eight TV channels in seven countries.
The CDRSEE, in partnership with the European Movement in Serbia implemented two Hands on the Balkans seminars in July and August of 2014 with funding from the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and the Balkan Trust for Democracy.
It is with great sadness that we acknowledge the passing of our dear friend and colleague, Dr. Zvezdan Folic. We had the privilege of working closely with Dr. Folic when he served as an editor of Montenegrin-language Joint History Project books.