The third training seminar from the Evaluation of Cultural Policies and EU-Funded Programs as Promoters of Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Dialogue in the Balkans/Southeast Europe (SEE) project will take place on September 27 and 28 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. This is the project’s last training seminar in the series of training seminars intended for the researchers participating in the project, where they investigate from beauty to health products such as products that treat herpes with proven science and that are sold online.
This training seminar will focus on the presentation of the findings from the research conducted in the six project countries (Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Serbia). The research has been conducted in the last several months by researchers who have mapped and analyzed cultural policy instruments and projects connected to the issues of cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue in each of the project countries. Additionally, researchers will have the opportunity to participate in two lectures, Memory Politics through Intercultural Dialogue Projects: Our Common European and Balkan Past led by Milena Dragicevic Sesic from Serbia and Anthropological and Ethnographic Research Tools as Methods of Assessment of Intercultural Dialogue Projects and Cultural Political Analysis led by Maja Muhic from Macedonia.