Tim Judah, Balkans correspondent for the Economist, came to our December conference in Belgrade, which discussed the Cold War and the Balkans after 1989 - and plans for the next stage of the Joint History Project. We asked him to reflect on history, books and the Balkans. Our historians may mark it.
A new step in the JHP begins on Friday December 7th with the opening of this event supported by USAID and the ISC, carefully preparing the grounds for addressing sensitive historical issues following the JHP methodology and principles.
The expansive exchange of ideas, different points of view and opposing opinions among the participants was the main characteristic of this seminar.
Organised by the Centre for Peace Research and Peace Education, this event aimed to initiate long-term trans-border cooperations on a university level as well as on a school and non-school level...
The second workshop of shared teacher training in South Serbia took place in Bujanovac and followed up on the positive experiences of the first workshop in Vranje in June of this year.
The CDRSEE's Joint History Project continued to expand its reach with another teacher-training workshop, this time in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The workshops, funded under the IPA programme of the European Commission, welcomed 20 teachers and provided them with an opportunity to learn about the JHP methodologies and familiarise themselves with the workbooks.