Balkan | -s - Part 38

posted by PP on 2005/12/11 11:27

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Multimedia history class, part of the project "Ten years since the Dayton", is jointly implemented by the Youth Initiative for Human Rights and FAMA International, in order to acquaint the general public with the key facts about the recent past and contribute towards the establishment of regional links laid on, so to say, healthy grounds.
On the occasion of the 10th anniversary since the signing of the Dayton peace accord, FAMA International (Sarajevo) and the Youth Initiative for Human Rights (Belgrade) are kindly inviting you to the Multimedia History Class entitled The fall of Yugoslavia, 1991-1999: the chain of causes and consequences in the Yugoslav Drama Theatre on Monday 12th December at 8 p.m.
The first part of the program will be dedicated to the premier screening of the movie by Suada Kapic "The Survival Guide: mechanism of terror / mechanism for survival" produced by FAMA International. What will follow will be some sort of remake of the TV program "The art of living", which was produced by FAMA International at the beginning of the 90s, that has hosted nearly all the leaders of the ex-Yugoslavia, people who have marked the dusk and final fall of the country.
On this occasion, the general public in the Yugoslav Drama Theatre will be given a chance to hear the analysis of causes and consequences of the fall of Yugoslavia and ex-Yugoslav wars from the point of view of politicians, army commanders, journalists, diplomats, historians and other significant public figures from all the countries that were formed on the territory of ex- Yugoslavia.

More Information:
Youth Initiative for Human Rights
Kralja Milana 34/I
11 000 Belgrade
Serbia and Montenegro
phone / fax: +381 11 361 36 49, +381 11 362 08 62


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