Ono što se promijenilo od prvog kongresa do danas iznio je i osnivač Marin Sopta. Veliku pažnju su privukli i paneli o medijima i zdravstvenom turizmu gdje su predstavljanjem pozitivnih primjera poput prezentacije uspješnog poduzetništva, zdravstvenog turizma te raznih inovativnih projekata
The culture segment is organised by the Croatian Heritage Foundation and includes academic and in-the-field lectures on Croatian culture and history, expert guided visits to museums, galleries, culture and research institutions, exhibitions, stage plays and more.
Joining the head of our culture department Snježana Jurišić at the CHF to speak at the round table were Marijeta Rajković Iveta, Lidija Nikočević and Tvrtko Zebec.
On hand to welcome everyone were CFU Junior Cultural Federation president Donald Weakley, Zagreb deputy mayor Olivera Majić, and state secretary Zvonko Milas. Speaking on behalf of the host and event co-organiser was CHF director Mijo Marić. Also at the event and offering their greetings were W. Robert Kohorst, the ambassador of the United States of America in Croatia, and CFU national president Edward W. Pazo.
Vienna resident Tihana was selected as Miss Supranational from among the diaspora communities. She comes from a large family with roots in Plehan near Derventa.
This retrospective exhibition marks the 100th anniversary of Dworski’s birth. The exhibition is co-organised with the Croatian Heritage Foundation as the initiator and presentation co-ordinator and with the British embassy to Croatia.
The Croatian Heritage Foundation in Zagreb, the Croatian Studies Foundation of Sydney, and the Croatian School of Boston have announced an extended deadline for the submission of works for the TOYS AT HEART contest inspired by Croatian traditional culture!
Writers Željka Lovrenčić, Tomislav Marijan Bilosnić and Marko Gregur took part in the twenty-second International Poetry Festival of Havana, an event staged in the Cuban capital since 1996.
I Proudly Wear the Croatian Folk Costume Exhibition Opens at the CHF
This is the tenth of a planned twenty volumes in the Croatian History Series. At the presentation young historians Trpimir Vedriš PhD and Goran Bilogrivić PhD noted that this tome offers new interpretations and is the fruit of the latest research, some published here for the first time.