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.
The second season of Okruzenje – Vicinities – got off to a very promising start, as the presenters, editor in chief, director and others gathered in Belgrade for a dynamic inaugural show rehearsal.
For a sneak peak of "The Making of Vicinities II", watch the video on the Okruzenje YouTube channel!
The CDRSEE's Joint History Project successfully completed the program's third Teacher-Training Workshop in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The weekend Joint History Project training seminar, “Teaching Southeast European History”, that was offered to schools in Krusevac and surrounding municipalities, sparked unexpectedly robust interest amongst teachers in the region. The CDRSEE initially offered 20 places and finally accommodated 34 participants in order to respond to the huge demand.
The CDRSEE successfully launched the 2nd Edition of the Albanian Language JHP workbooks in Tirana, as the Joint History Project continues its very important mission of enhancing history teaching across the region.
In the elegant Swiss Diamond Hotel, a panel of distinguished guests joined numerous representatives from local and international civil society organisations, donors, teachers and their students.
Following a meeting with Acting Chief Editor of HRT (Croatian Radio Television) Domagoj Novokmet and Nenad Sebek, HRT is yet another broadcaster to join the current affairs of TV series "Vicinities".
The second seminar on European crisis, a dialogue between young French, Greek and German citizens, took place in Paris and Brussels, from 2-9 March.
TV Kosovo is another TV station to officially join the group of TV stations that will broadcast the current affairs TV series "Vicinities".
February 23-24, 2013 - The first in a new series of four JHP Teacher Training Workshop took place in the medieval and snowy town of Varazdin last weekend.