External Evaluation - Regional Balkans


Luke Terra of Stanford University evaluated the Southeast Europe Regional Project Citizen Showcase and Summer Camp,  the culminating event of the “Promoting Tolerance and Ethnic Reconciliation in the Balkans through Civic Education” program, funded by the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor. Terra examined the program design and student experiences at the event, especially highlighting how the event promoted tolerance through inter-group contact. Executive Summary.
 
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We want a world…

W
e want a world where people have the right to love humanity.

We want a world where people create their visions.

We want a developed economic system.

We want a cultural climate where joy lives there.

We want a world based on human values.

We want a world led by people which never heard of hypocrisy.

We want a world where people don’t experience disappointment.

 
- Student, Lipjan, Kosovo





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