In collaboration with Subversive Festival, Centre for Peace Studies organizes a discussion on 7th of May on "Gaza Strip – Obstacles and Chances for Future".
After Edward Snowden revealed documents kept in deep secrecy by US intelligence agency (NSA) and discovered that they monitor and collect data of millions of people, whistleblowers have become a topic of a large public debate. Unanswered question is still how to control the controllers and how to prevent misuse of data that institutions collect about us.
On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Centre for Peace Atudies (CPS) and the association of football fans of a Zagreb club „Bijeli anđeli“ („White angels“) are promoting a commercial to draw attention to consequences of racialistic and xenophobic behaviour towards people with different skin colour.
It is our pleasure to invite you to final presentation of the project 'Quality Integration Solutions for Refugees'. The event will encompass presentation of the media campaign 'Taste of Home' as well as social business ideas of refugees working on establishing cooking-language social cooperative. The invitation is open to media, investors and supporters.
The aim of the conference is to open a discussion on the role civil society has in shaping national and EU policy on protection and supporting refugees, influence on public discourse and decision-makers. Also, speakers will discuss possible strategies in overcoming divisions between "new" and "old" EU members over the Common Asylum System and what kind of future and political decisions can be expected with regard to the European system of international protection.