From 4th to 7th October the city of Mostar, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, hosted the second international event of the EU project “Balkan Kaleidoscope“.

The two-day event, entitled “Teachers and students for multi-perceptivity in history and remembrance teaching”, brought together representatives of project partners from 7 european member states and Western Balkans countries to present activities carried out in their local communities.

The event was attended by around fifty professors and history teachers, as well as students conducting researches in the field of multi-perspectivity with an emphasis on history teaching.

During the first two days, partners from Slovenia, Macedonia and Italy presented their local activities, then participants attended a lecture at OKC Abrašević held by Michele Parente (from Forum Civil Peace Service), on the topic “Education on the culture of remembrance – connecting the dots for building trust and culture of co – operation in the Balkans”.

Afterwards, project partners from Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina presented in turn their local activities, followed by a visit to cultur sites of Mostar as part of the program “Monuments in Motion” and attended the premiere of the theatrical play by “Mostar Youth Theater”, directed by Sead Đulić, which is artistic review of the recent war history and remembrance for reconciliation.

The Balkan Kaleidoscope project is funded by the EU Programme “Europe for Citizens”, while the event was organised by the Local Democracy Agency Mostar (LDA Mostar), which figures also among the partners.

From 4th to 7th October the city of Mostar, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, hosted the second international event of the EU project “Balkan Kaleidoscope“.

The two-day event, entitled “Teachers and students for multi-perceptivity in history and remembrance teaching”, brought together representatives of project partners from 7 european member states and Western Balkans countries to present activities carried out in their local communities.

The event was attended by around fifty professors and history teachers, as well as students conducting researches in the field of multi-perspectivity with an emphasis on history teaching.

During the first two days, partners from Slovenia, Macedonia and Italy presented their local activities, then participants attended a lecture at OKC Abrašević held by Michele Parente (from Forum Civil Peace Service), on the topic “Education on the culture of remembrance – connecting the dots for building trust and culture of co – operation in the Balkans”.

Afterwards, project partners from Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina presented in turn their local activities, followed by a visit to cultur sites of Mostar as part of the program “Monuments in Motion” and attended the premiere of the theatrical play by “Mostar Youth Theater”, directed by Sead Đulić, which is artistic review of the recent war history and remembrance for reconciliation.

The Balkan Kaleidoscope project is funded by the EU Programme “Europe for Citizens”, while the event was organised by the Local Democracy Agency Mostar (LDA Mostar), which figures also among the partners.