This project aimed to promote and support innovative History Education and History Educators in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and the Federation of Serbia and Montenegro through strengthening Peace, Stability, Democracy and Reconciliation. During the project, three training and working seminars were organised: in September 2004 in Bosnia-Herzegovina, in November in Croatia, and in December in the Federation of Serbia and Montenegro. The three project teams from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia showed a good balance between academic historians and classroom teachers. They worked cooperatively with the other national teams. At the end of the project, the project team is almost ready to produce a Teacher Resource Book with the working title “Ordinary People in an Extraordinary Country, Yugoslavia between East and West”. The History Teacher Associations in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia have organized their national training seminars and General Assemblies in cooperation with the Danish History Teachers’ Association and EUROCLIO.
Joke van der Leeuw-Roord, EUROCLIO Executive Director
Lieke van Wijk, former EUROCLIO Project Manager
Bosnia and Herzegovina:
Edin Veladzic, Melisa Foric, Bojana Dujkovic, Bahrudin Besirevic (author), Midhat Spahic (author), Velibor Vasovic (author), Boro Bronza (author), Edin Radusic (resource), Darko Gavrilovic (resource).
Zdenko Samaržija, Ivan Dukić, Kiti Jurica Korda, Denis Detling, Hrvoje Petrić, H. Klasić, Svjetlana Vorel, Karolina Ujaković.
Ljiljana Lazarevic, M.A. Radina Vucetic (author), M.A. Goran Miloradovic (author), M.A. Vesna Dimitrijevic (author), Zvezdana Petrovic (author), Phd Miroslav Jovanovic (resource), Phd Dubravka Stojanovic (resource).