Basic Description

Former President of the European Commission Romano Prodi once said: "Europe's only true competitive advantage is our past mistakes". In Retrospect sets off from this idea, that the EU constitutes an ongoing process rather than a completed edifice and aims to utilize the learnings derived from past mistakes and experiences in order to promote unity and integrated progress. Through collective remembrance and dialogue on EU's involvement in the Yugoslav wars, the project will enquire: a. The impact of incoherence between EU's value system and member states' national priorities and b. The role of national media in setting the agenda and leading the public opinion in major EU foreign policy decisions. EU values will be explored anew while their effective application will be promoted in both candidate and EU counties.

Timetable of Activities

September 2016 - August 2017: Project Coordination & Financial management
September 2016 – October 2016: Launch of the project
November 2016 – October 2017: Dissemination &exploitation of project findings
October - November 2016: Kick-off Meeting in Athens, Greece
Nov 2016: Capacity Building Activity in Arta, Greece
December 2016 – March 2017: Archive creation
December 2016 – March 2017: Field Research & Video Production
March – April 2017: Quality control
June 2017: Final Event
September - October 2017: Reporting