MIL Cities around the World

What are MIL Cities?  Cities around the world have benefitted hugely from the digital revolution. Information about transportation, health care, entertainment, news, the private sector, civil society, and the government has increased efficiency, opened up new economic, social and cultural possibilities, reduced pollution, and enhanced transparency and participation. A growing Continue Reading →

Međunarodni dan mira

Dunav za Mir Medijski edukativni centar i OPENS 2019 Petak, 21. septembar, 13.00 časova Omladinski klub OPENS, Laze Telečkog 2 Medijski edukativni centar je, u saradnji sa OPENS-om realizovao projekat “Dunav za mir”, međunarodnu radionicu medijske, informacijske, filmske i digitalne pismenosti za mlade. Cilj ove radionice je bio da mladi Continue Reading →

The Danube Peace Boat 2018-2022

“We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.” Franklin D. Roosevelt, from Great Speeches The Danube Peace Boat Platform can be a tool for sustainable development, inclusion, reconciliation and peace, intercultural and interfaith dialogue and understanding. Four years ago, MEC Continue Reading →

Danube Peace Boat Labeled by Year of Tourism

Our Project Danube Peace Boat is Labeled by the UN WTO with Year of Sustainable Tourism 2017 Label. This is the copy from their Web Site: DANUBE PEACE BOAT 2017  For years ago, we started to create a strategic partnership with our partners in Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia with Continue Reading →

Highlights

Highlights: Unity in Diversity – World Civil Society, Serbia Launch, 25-27 July 2017 By Mr Peter Pece Gorgievski and Mr Miomir Rajcevic The Danube Peace Boat and Unity in Diversity-World Civil Society Serbia event opened in the city of Novi Sad – the third largest city next to Belgrade, the Continue Reading →

Meet the Danube River Good

Travel more than 10,000 years in the past Lepen Whirl (Serbian: Lepenski Vir) is an important Mesolithic archaeological site located in Serbia in the central Balkan peninsula. The latest radiocarbon and AMS data suggest that the chronology of Lepen Whirl is compressed between 9500/7200-6000 BC. There is some disagreement about the Continue Reading →

Connecting People Back to Nature

World Environment Day is observed on the 5th of June every year across the globe is the largest annual event for positive environmental action. This Day aims to deepen public awareness of the need to preserve and enhance the environment where we all live. The Danube Peace Boat 2017 will Continue Reading →

Media and Information Literacy in Serbia

UNESCO-supported discussion on Media and Information Literacy in Serbia: Cross-sector approach for all generations Young people are faced with a challenge they might not even be aware of: from whom will they learn about Media and Information Literacy (MIL)? Parents, often themselves lacking MIL skills, are rarely aware of the Continue Reading →

My Danube Peace Boat Experience

My Danube Peace Boat Experience By Laura Gaynor, Ireland It’s more than a month since the Danube Peace Boat, and yet, I still find myself thinking and talking about it to my friends. Though I only visited one country, I felt like I visited eight. When I first heard about Continue Reading →

International Forum in Kyrgyzstan

KEY SKILLS FOR YOUTH IN 21ST CENTURY, 18TH TO 25TH OF AUGUST 2016 Forum as a new annual regional meetings format It is privilege for Media Education Centre, Belgrade to be invited to participate on the Forum. We believe that cooperation with Central Asia Region is crucial for Education for Sustainable Continue Reading →