Montenegro is one more country which will join the JHP and which will, in its own language, offer to its teachers and students a new manner of understanding history.
On 20 May 2011, the CDRSEE made two donations to two local institutions in Subotica, the heartland of the Croatian national minority in Serbia. The donations were organised by a supporter of the JHP, Mr. Gojko Miskovic.
The CDRSEE participated in a fruitful panel discussion in Zagreb, Croatia, on 15 April this year, on the theme "Southeastern Europe EU Journey".
The CDRSEE was represented at the first panel of the conference, organized by the European Fund for the Balkans.
The CDRSEE implemented this 2 day local workshop in Banja Luka, closing the first phase of the JHP in Bosnia. This will allow new activities to take place all over the country, as soon as this year!
On April 4, Enes Milak, editor of the Bosnian edition of the history books, and Nenad Šebek, CDRSEE's Executive Director, moderated by Dzevdet Tuzlic, the JHP coordinator in BiH, presented the principles and materials of the JHP to a highly present and interested Press, after taking part in 2 live television interviews.
For the first time, the CDRSEE reacting to the conclusions of the Thessaloniki International conference organised in November 2010 invited teachers from throughout Southeast Europe to take part in common training activities related to the JHP workbooks' methodology.