CENTER FOR DEMOCRACY AND RECONCILIATION IN SOUTHEAST EUROPE

RETHINK Consortium meets in the Hague, 15-16 September 2018

The 2nd Consortium Meeting of the educational project RETHINK will take place in the Hague between the 14th and the 15th of September 2018. The 8 partners of the project, all distinguished in the field of formal and non formal education will evaluate the progress of the project and plan the next activities ahead.

Taking a closer look at history education in Southeast Europe

Brussels, 18 December 2017: Do the Balkans produce more history that it can consume? What does it actually mean when a society ‘consumes’ history? How can responsible history education be promoted in the region? How can history teachers in the Western Balkans approach sensitive and controversial issues in the classroom?

Promotion in Tirana: "Okruzenje is perfectly placed to link regional initiatives with the people living in the Western Balkans”

On 15 December, 2017 ‘Okruzenje’, Balkans’ unique democratic media initiative, celebrated its 6 years of broadcast across the region in a momentous promotional event and episode filming in Tirana. The event, organized for the first time ever in Tirana, gathered numerous visitors, including members of the diplomatic corps, media representatives, longtime friends of the series, former Albanian guests of the show, and media & communication students from Albanian universities.

28th Meeting of the Board of Directors convened in Thessaloniki

The Board of Directors of the Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe convened its annual at the premises of the Center in Thessaloniki on 27 November, 2017. Reviewing the successes of the past year the Board of Directors engaged in a productive dialogue on the progress of current projects, as well as on future initiatives of action in the area of Southeast Europe. Fundraising for the continuation of the current flagship projects and for the implementation of new ones was at the centre of the discussions with regard to the CDRSEE’s future steps.

Joint History Project II Volumes launch in Slovenia

The JHP II’s series of regional launches was concluded in Ljubljana on November 22, 2017. The final ‘History of the Future’ event, held at the Museum of Contemporary History, was met with an overwhelmingly successful reception. With a diverse audience consisting of members of the diplomatic corps, international organisations, CSOs, NGOs, journalists, history teachers and students, the two new JHP volumes were presented to a Slovenian audience for the first time in the project’s history.

CDRSEE participates in the EU-Western Balkan Media Days

On 9-10 November, 2017 the EU – Western Balkans Media Days, organised by the European Commission, brought together more than 250 representatives of media and policymakers from the Western Balkans and the EU in Tirana, to exchange forward-looking ideas and innovative experiences leading to the sustainability of professional journalism.