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Montenegrin Prime Minister Igor Lukšić
welcomes the Joint History Project at the Launch of the Montenegrin language edition, Podgorica, Montenegro.
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Thomas Mann (1875-1955)

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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.



New project "Similarities Between Differences" kick-off

The CDRSEE and the European Fund for the Balkans (EFB) will kick off their new project "Similarities Between Differences" this Saturday, 24 March with a first in a series of five recordings. Starting on 2nd of April, these series of lively debates about controversial regional issues will be broadcast throughout the region.

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"OKRUZENJE" (Vicinities): Reverberations in the Media

2 April 2012 - Following the launch of the new current affairs TV programme "OKRUZENJE" (Vicinities) on 30 March 2012 and in light of the forthcoming broadcast of the first debate on 2 April 2012, Studio B TV (Serbia) and Westdeutsche Rundfunk (Germany)...

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History Education Meeting in Belgrade, Serbia

16-18 December, 2011 - The Joint History Project's History Education Committee finalised its push to expand this highly successful history book series to cover more recent times. During a two-day meeting in Belgrade, the editors and contributors discussed the publication within a larger circle of participants and received input from a renowned...

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