A Balkan Tale, Ottoman Heritage in the Balkans (Regional Project) - (2011 - 2013)

Recent data indicates that the cultural heritage of the Ottoman Era in the Balkans is threatened, and that ethnic and religious conflict continues to threaten the region. ‘A Balkan Tale’ addresses these issues: it aims to stimulate public discourse about the history of the Balkans, to promote a sense of common history based on religious and ethnic co-existence, and to contribute to the public access and preservation of its cultural heritage. More

Role of Civil Society in Promotion of Cultural Heritage

Partnership project "Civil Society Engagement in community building through the understanding, development, management and preservation of the built cultural heritage of the Western Balkans CSEinHeritage" started to be implemented by the EU and Western Balkan NGOs (most of them members of the SEE Heritage network): Transilvania Trust from Romania (project leader), Europa Nostra Netherlands, Cultural Heritage without Borders from Sweden, EXPEDITIO from Montenegro, Europa Nostra Serbia, and Emancipimi Civil Ma Ndryshe from Kosovo. More

DokuMondays, Citizen Education of Youth Through Documentaries (2010)

The aim of the project has been the insight of high school students with the basic concepts and activities on active citizenry. Among the topics that were dealt in this youth creative education project were: human rights, active citizenry, elections, the principles of democracy, volunteerism, culture, etc.More

Strengthening Citizen Action for Promotion of Cultural Heritage (2009)

The main purpose of this project is to create basic preconditions for strengthening citizen action for protection and promotion of cultural heritage in Kosovo through a set of actual actions and measures aimed at calling-up main institutional and civic stakeholders in order to address the challenges and development policies in the field of cultural heritage.More

Platform "Culture 2013" (2008 - 2009)

Strengthening and development of cultural policies to be correlated to the European accession process and the achievement of Kosovo’s full participation in Culture Programme 2007 – 2013 DGEC (EU Directorate General for Education and Culture).More

Restoration Camps (2007, 2008 & 2009)

So far, EC Ma Ndryshe has organized a significant number of restoration camps, which encompassed a blend of direct intervention activities with the part of education and capacity building for participants, primarily on matters of volunteerism in cultural heritage.More

Citizens Open Forums 2007

Fostering the culture of debate in Prizren on the issues of vital importance for the city, respectively the importance of protection the city’s cultural heritage and increase the general awareness on the need and necessity of protection, development and promotion of cultural heritage as a potential for the development of cultural tourism in Prizren.More

European Heritage Days in Kosovo (2006, 2007 & 2008)

The practice of organizing the European Heritage Days in Kosovo began in 2003 as a pilot-project in Isniq village of Deçan/Decani, continuing the same way in 2004 in village Dranoc of Deçan/Decani, and in 2005 in both these villages concurrently. Implementing organization of these activities was the Swedish foundation Cultural Heritage without Borders (CHwB).More

Zambaku i Prizrenit Song Contest (2006)

In 20-years of “Zambaku i Prizrenit” history, a novelty was marked. In 2006, for the first time ever, the burden for organizing this festival was handed upon a non-governmental organization.More