Formal and informal education are fields where research and study of sensitive topics from the past have room to be presented in the form of knowledge transfer, discussions and creating new narratives – alternative to dominant nationalist approaches to the past. The CPH methodology focuses on the implementation of educational materials for schools, workshops, and on working with teachers, activists, students.
The CPH experts have developed a series of materials, independently or in the framework of other projects:
Džanes ko sem?
Educational materials for teachers on the suffering of the Roma during World War II were organized in several sections. The first, introductory one, contains background information on the Roma language and culture, on their history and suffering. It is followed by two sections presenting the workshops on the genocide, compiled on the basis of pedagogic recommendations by key global institutions dealing with the memory of the Holocaust and mass crimes and two on modern-day Anti-Gypsyism in Serbia. The editor of the publication is Milovan Pisarri while the teacher workshops have been developed by Nada Banjanin Đuričić.
Notebooks on the Origin of Fascism and Nazism
Within the “Vremeplov” (The Time Machine) project, the B92 Fund published an educational set entitled Sveske o nastanku i posledicama fašizma (The Booklets on the Origin and the Consequences of Fascism). The set is intended for secondary school students and comprises 4 volumes:The Origin of Fascism, Antifascism, Neo-Nazism and Neo-fascism and the Culture of Remembrance. Its authors are Milovan Pisarri and Aleksandar Weisner.
A glossary of anti-fascist struggle
A pocket manual with key concepts related to antifascist struggle, collaboration, national heroes, the culture of remembrance. The editor is Milovan Pisarri.