Božo Skoko has released an expanded and revised English language edition of his successful book Kakvi su Hrvati under the title Understanding Croatia – A Collection of Essays on Croatian Identity.
This brilliant idea has thus bridged three continents and showcased the creative potential of young people in the homeland and the diaspora. We certainly expect to see the Toys at Heart project join the ranks of other long-standing and fruitful CHF programmes and that these toys will continue to find their way into our hearts for decades to come.
CHF deputy director Ivan Tepeš and the head of our education, science and sports department Lada Kanajet Šimić took part in the HOŠIG event on behalf of the Croatian Heritage Foundation.
This year’s forum was focused on The Linguistic Heritage of the Indigenous Croatian Enclaves of Central and Southeast Europe. Speaking on behalf of the Croatian President, state secretary Zvonko Milas reaffirmed Government’s continuing and comprehensive support of our minority communities abroad, including language programmes.
The Croatian Heritage Foundation has created a digital edition (PDF file) of one of the key works covering Croatian settlement of North America, Ante Tresić Pavičić’s exhaustive 1907 travelogue Preko Atlantika do Pacifika / Život Hrvata u Sjevernoj Americi – putopisna, estetska, ekonomska i politička promatranja (Across the Atlantic to the Pacific / The Lives of Croatians in North America – Travelogue, Aesthetic, Economic and Political Observations).
This issue of Matica magazine offers forty excellent articles and some one hundred photos from the authentic ethnic Croatian scene around the world
The fourth Meeting G2 event saw over seventy successful business people from nineteen countries and aims to network businesses in the country and in the diaspora communities
Taking part in the fourth meeting along with the hosts were representatives of the Croatian communities in Paraguay, Chile, Peru, Bolivia and Venezuela. Not present, although expected, were representatives of Argentinean Croats, who are to host the next meeting.
The jubilee 25th Winter School of Croatian Folklore will be staged in Koprivnica from the 3rd to 12th of January 2019. The school is a CHF project organised by project manager Snježana Jurišić. The school will focus on the dances, folk costumes, songs and instruments of the Croatian Adriatic.
The chairman of the Hrvatska Uzdanica association Ivan Radić and Croatian Heritage Foundation director Mijo Marić, representing the organising and co-organising organisations, welcomed the guests.