This is an extremely important collection of authentic testimonies of efforts of Croatian women to save children, wounded, as well as their own human dignity during the Homeland War in Croatia, 1991-1995.
Voices from the Heart is a 200-voiced women's a cappella chorus located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire USA. On July 5, 2007 Ms. Connolly, founding director, will be taking the chorus on a ten day international tour, to Croatia and Slovenia
Live Earth is a 24-hour, 7-continent concert series taking place on 7/7/07 that will bring together more than 100 music artists and 2 billion people to trigger a global movement to solve the climate crisis.
How do international tribunals operating during war to secure justice affect the work of peacemakers? Do they help bring parties to the peace table, or do they hinder the prospects for peace? Please join us as Senior Fellow Joyce Neu discusses her research. Thursday, July 5, 2007.
They preach but do not confess. They demand forgetfulness but ask for no forgiveness. Perhaps they believe that by preaching to the victims, they will then avoid accountability for their own failings. Their sermons cannot go unchallenged. These are efforts at rewriting history.
Ruggero Cattaneo, a young Italian scholar with profound knowledge of Croatian language and culture, translated the monograph "Povijest hrvatske književnosti" (History of Croatian Literature) by academician Dubravko Jelčić from Croatian into Italian, under the title "Storia della letteratura Croata".
Thank you for inviting me to your national day celebrations tonight here in the Croatian heartland of West Auckland....There has, of course, been a strong, successful Croatian presence in New Zealand for well over a century.
Croatian table tennis player Professor Žarko Dolinar (1920-2003) holds a quite interesting record. He is the only athlete to have won eight world championships while holding a doctorate of science. He taught John Lennon how to play table tennis.
Ivo Karlovic claimed his second title of the season after coming from a set behind to defeat Arnaud Clement 3-6 6-4 6-4 in the Nottingham Open final. The big-serving Croatian took advantage of an increasingly weary-looking Clement to conclude his preparations for Wimbledon in style.
The EU's efforts to promote democratic development are at odds with the incentives created by the accession process itself, where the EU gives priority to efficiency over legitimacy, which leads to questions about the potential of the EU to export its own democratic deficit...with a specific reference to Croatia.