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The Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe
CDRSEE hosts panel at 24th Economic Forum in Poland
"Are Divided Memories a Threat to a United Europe?" panel by CDRSEE and Institute for Eastern Studies (Warsaw)
The Economist: JHP helps teachers gain "a broader perspective"
The international news magazine has recognised the importance of the CDRSEE and our work.
CDRSEE receives Human Rights Award
This year the Human Rights Award of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung pays tribute to the particular merits of the CDRSEE
Vicinities a hit in Brussels
On Wednesday, Dec. 4, more than a hundred dignitaries gathered in Brussels to experience “Vicinities” in an event sponsored by European Parliamentarians.

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The Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation that seeks to foster democratic, pluralist, and peaceful societies in Southeast Europe. We advocate principles of social responsibility, sustainable development, and reconciliation among the peoples in the region. We accomplish these goals via seminars, publications, conferences, research projects, exchange programmes, and opinion polls.

CDRSEE takes leading role in EWI conference


CDRSEE Executive Director Zvezdana Kovac was a lead discussant in the EastWest Institute’s conference focusing on managing conflict in Europe, presenting the CDRSEE’s work and its impact as well as ideas for what more can be done in conflict management.

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CDRSEE speaks at U.N. Human Rights Council


Take a look -- The CDRSEE took part in a United Nations Human Rights Council panel discussion on history teaching and its importance for the future.

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Board Chairman opens IDM conference, presents CDRSEE work


The CDRSEE was honored to have Board Chairman, Dr. Erhard Busek, open the IDM’s conference on Myths Surrounding the Great War in the Danube Region, held in Vienna on September 22, 2014.

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CDRSEE hosts panel discussion at 24th Economic Forum in Poland


The CDRSEE was the host of a panel discussion bringing together prominent speakers on the subject “Are Divided Memories a Threat to a United Europe?”.

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The first episode of season three Okruženje ("Vicinities") broadcasted in seven countries


The third season of Okruzenje, known as “Vicinities” in English, got off to an outstanding start this week, and was broadcast on eight TV channels in seven countries.

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Reconciliation - an educational mission, and a possible one


CDRSEE has contributed an interesting overview on reconciliation as an educational mission to Lifelong Learning in Europe (LLinE), a trans-European journal dedicated to the advancement of adult education, lifelong learning, intercultural collaboration and best practice research.

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