Academician Katičić was presented with a Charter of the Republic of Croatia, conferred by Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, and with the Bulesù Lászlò lifetime achievement award in the field of philology.
The Croatian community of Sambotel celebrated the anniversary of its local association, founded to nurture the Croatian language, traditions and culture.
Read the instructions for viewing Croatian national broadcaster HRT’s newly launched Channel Five in Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand.
The CHF is organising Croatian language courses free of charge for the children (aged 4 to 10) of returnees.
The new satellite programme will be broadcast for the Croatian communities abroad and international viewers in Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand.
For his contributions during his thirty years of work in this country Monsignor Balvanović was awarded Peruvian citizenship by Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, with the decision presented to him by Dr Eduardo Sevilla Echevarria, the head of the office for migration and interior affairs, and by Dr Roxana del Aguila-Petrovic, the general director of Migrations Peru.
Publishing house Almanah of Skopje has plans for a further two major translations of Croatian authors: Ivana Brlić Mažuranić’s Tales of Long Ago and August Šenoa’s Peasants’ Revolt.
The president visited the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she presented a national decoration to well known Croatian-American researcher Marin Soljačić.
Croatian-British ballet dancer Jelko Yuresha donated this important and valuable collection to the museum and the city of Zagreb as a whole
Composer, music producer and performing artist Nenad Bach was recognised for his forty years of work as an artist in the music industry and for his contribution to the music scene and promoting Croatian music abroad.