German pubic sector employees visiting SENSE Center

SENSE - Center for Transitional Justice was visited by a group of employees in the German public sector as part of their five-day educational trip to Istria/Croatia organized by the German Institute for Adult Education with the aim to enable them to learn about the political and economic situation in the country.

The visitors were introduced to the work of the SENSE Center from its inception as the SENSE News Agency in the late 1990s to the current activities, projects and production as a documentation center, including its webinars for history teachers in which the Center promotes the practical application of online content on its website: six interactive narratives, seven documentaries, and an extensive archive of reports from all war crimes trials before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and the relevant hearings before the International Court of Justice.