As a tool designed to help kids identify what conflict is, how conflicts grow, and how conflicts can be resolved, the Conflict Resolution Games Project operated in nearly 100 schools and involved a yearlong curriculum of games. The goal was that Macedonia would have resources and a strategy to implement an effective conflict resolution program in their educational system.

The Balkans Forum brought together a diverse group of experts-academics, activists, policy makers, and practitioners-for sustained dialogue on U.S. policy in the Balkans. Each monthly session was organized around a brief presentation from one or two Balkan specialists followed by a roundtable discussion.

The theme for the 2001-2002 session of Balkans Forum was "Learning Peace in the Balkans." While the experience of building peace in the Balkans has been significant, it has not proven to be cumulative. Lessons learned in some instances have not always been replicated in others. During 2002, we examined the strategic choices-and the outcomes of those choices-made by international actors in their attempts to prevent deadly conflict in the region.

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The Centre for Common Ground (CCG as SFCG is known in Europe) has been working toward reconciliation, interethnic relations and stability in the Western Balkans since 1994, beginning with Macedonia and later expanding into Kosovo after war erupted there. Although inter-communal tensions never exploded into full civil strife as they did in Kosovo, Macedonia did balance on the verge of civil war in early 2001 and sharp divides still exists between ethnic Macedonians, Albanians, Turks and Roma. Read more ...

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