30-31 May 2013 - 4th Teacher Training Workshop in Podgorica, Montenegro

The fourth JHP workshop in Montenegro was completed with great success, with the participating teachers asking for more workbooks and opportunities to attend additional workshops. The CDRSEE, together with its local partner, the Bureau for Education Services, hosted 22 teachers in Podgorica for the last two days of May. 

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The overall objective is to promote reconciliation in the Western Balkans. In particular, Vicinities strives to create an open dialogue on a series of controversial regional issues and foster debate, an ultimately, reconciliation.

Vicinities has no hidden agenda. The intention is to turn communication, which had boiled down to only the necessary minimum over the past 20 years, into something normal and desirable.


17-19 May 2013 - 3rd TTW in Pula, Croatia.

The CDRSEE successfully completed the 3rd Teacher Training Workshop in Croatia. Twenty history teachers from the beautiful Istria province gathered on May 18th and 19th in Pula and participated in another Joint History Project Workshop that CDRSEE organized in Croatia together with its local partners, the Croatian History Teachers Association (HUNP) and the Croatian Education and Teacher Training Agency.

9 May 2013 - The 8th Economic Forum of Young Leaders - from September 3rd - 6th in Nowy Sącz near Cracow (PL)

The Economic Forum of Young Leaders is looking for qualified, dedicated and ambitious youth to join this year’s programme in Poland in September. The mission of the Forum is to create ideas and a vision for the future of Europe. Almost 350 young and committed people from Europe and beyond take up this challenge every year.

Apply by May 17! Applicants are needed from Southern Europe and beyond. Young people from virtually any discipline will be considered.

Berlin, 10 April - Vicinities II in Berlin

Vicinities Editor in Chief Zvezdana Kovac, in Berlin, introduced the second season with a video montage from the show’s rehearsal and presented four key Vicinities guests, who engaged the government officials from the Western Balkans in lively debate and conversation about prejudice and identity, just as is expected on the show itself.