Šunde's Book on Emigration from Podgora to New Zealand
19. October 2018.
Smiljana Šunde, a long time reporter and editor with the documentary and education programme departments at national broadcaster Croatian Radio, has self-published her fifth book, Batili su ocean, the fruit of four decades of research.
CHF Hosts Croatian Language Instruction Abroad Textbook Promo
16. October 2018.
On hand to discuss the Croatian at Heart textbook, fully harmonised with the Croatian instruction abroad curriculum, were two natives of Blato—the author Dijana Ančić and the edition editor Emica Calogjera Rogić, joined by reviewer Igor Marko Gligorić.
The exhibition, staged at the premises of the Alliance Française, was opened by Gerard Denegri, the first honorary consul of the French Republic in Croatia, and Branka Bezić Filipović, the head of our Split branch office.
The Pannonian Almanac as a Promoter of The Languages of Pannonia
26. September 2018.
Hajszan's work is of exceptional importance not only to the culturological history of this ethnic Croatian minority enclave, especially in the area of present-day Austria, Hungary, Slovakia and Czechia, but also to homeland philologists and historians.
Second Ethnic Croatian Minority Communities Youth Forum Staged in Koljnof
25. September 2018.
The three-day event saw youth in our minority community discuss the issues of minority education in the Croatian language and learn more about the cultural and historical heritage of the local ethnic Croatian community.