The new CHF director earned degrees at Sarajevo’s teacher education academy in classroom curriculum and from the University of Sarajevo’s Faculty of Philosophy in pedagogy and psychology. He received training in gestalt therapy from the Institut fur Integrative Gestalttherapie in Germany’s Wurzburg and has undertaken education in psychodrama and other areas. He holds a European psychotherapy certificate (ECP) and a European certificate in gestalt therapy (EAGT)
Writer and diplomat Đuro Vidmarović has been elected to serve as the new president of the Croatian Writers’ Association.
This year’s games will gather over nine hundred competitors from thirty-one countries and 150 from Croatia, competing in sixteen sports.
The Croatian Heritage Foundation, the Jedna Musika (One Music) association and the Croatian-Italian Mosaic association staged the Molise Region Croats – A Disappearing Heritage exhibition of photography in Florence.
Anica Kovač Kővágó, the principal of Nikola Zrinski Elementary School in Kerestur, and Sanja Vulić PhD, a professor at the Croatian Studies department of the University of Zagreb, have joined forces to launch a Croatian diaspora language instruction programme.
This year’s Croatian Culture Congress was staged at the culture centre in Velenje. Nine Croatian associations in Slovenia took part with their respective sections.
The prominent CAA member passed away in Toronto at the age of 83. He lived in Canada for almost half a century.
One of the oldest members of CPEAC moved to Chile in 1927. He wrote for the Punta Arenas-based magazine Male novine and published numerous Spanish language books in Santiago concerning his native island, the Dalmatia region and Croatia.
The May issue of Matica magazine features a number of articles on the first ever Croatian Heritage Foundation Open Doors Day, the Book Night event and CHF prizes awarded to editors, translators and writers.
The collection is published by the Croatian Community in Macedonia, with co-publisher the Croatian Heritage Foundation of Zagreb and was published with funding provided by the City of Skopje.