With good vibes, a lot of music and flags, about 500 Norwegians and friends of Norway celebrated 201st anniversary of the Norwegian Constitution in Belgrade.

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The “Model Court Guideline” which provides guidance for designing, reconstructing and renovating new and existing courts, received an award in the category “Publications” at the 37th Annual Salon of Architecture in Belgrade.

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Montenegro’s Tivat and Norway’s Sand do have the sea in common, and they also have talented students at their music schools. That inspired a musical cooperation.

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Photo: Anders Steen Nilsen on Flickr.

Scandinavian Corner in Belgrade will join worldwide festivities marking the Norwegian Constitution Day on May 17 with lectures, Norwegian cuisine, Nordic choir and a movie marathon.

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Belgrade’s dwellers and visitors will be able to experience cutting edge electro-musical acts with Norwegian Maja Ratkje at the Ring Ring festival.

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A year after serious floods hit Serbia, Mr. Marko Blagojevic, head of the country’s Office for Reconstruction and Flood Relief, says that if 2014 was the year of flooding, 2015 is the year of prevention.

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Photo: Temari 09 on Flickr.

With a special method of “circle processes”, the Macedonian Center for Civic Initiative has contributed to changing perception of existing stereotypes and prejudices among youth with different ethnic background.

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