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On 17-18 March 2006, in Cetinje, EXPEDITIO held a workshop titled "Promoting cultural resources and project writing", within the British Council’s project »Education and training in the field of cultural heritage in Montenegro«. The workshop was attended by representatives of cultural institutions and non-governmental organizations from the northern municipalities of Montenegro - Mojkovac, Kolasin, Pljavlja, Bijelo Polje, Berane, Plav, Savnik and Zabljak.

Zorica Tomanovic, B.Sc. arch. eng., who is our associate and member of the managing board of EXPEDITIO, has recently defended her M.A. thesis at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Belgrade. Her M.A. thesis entitled “Preservation and conservation of the settlement Žabljak Crnojevića from the aspect of sustainable development” is a research piece that contributes to enhancing the field of spatial and city planning, especially the aspects of conservation and revitalization of architectural and cultural-historical heritage of the rural areas of Montenegro.

QLF-Atlantic Center for the Environment's First Alumni Congress took place in Hungary 2-6 April, 2006. QLF exists to support the rural communities and environment of eastern Canada and New England, and to create models for stewardship of natural resources and cultural heritage that can be applied worldwide. The Congress was QLF's first-ever gathering of program "alumni" from all of the regions where QLF works: the Atlantic Region, Europe, the Middle East and Latin America and the Caribbean. EXPEDITIO representative also took part in the Congress.

At the initiative of NGO ANIMA – the Centre for Women and Peace Education from Kotor, on 20 April 2006, EXPEDITIO held one-day training in “Project writing”. The workshop was held as a voluntary contribution of EXPEDITIO and it was attended by 14 female participants (activists of ANIMA and other organizations, students, etc.).

Presentation: PROJECT WRITING (pps)

In Kotor, on 6-7 May 2006, an annual meeting of the managing board members and associates of EXPEDITIO was held. The aim of the meeting was to define strategies for further development of EXPEDITIO and set guidelines for our future activities and projects.
The meeting was attended by:
- Irina Subotic, art historian, Belgrade
- Mikan Medenica, NGO Natura Kolasin
- Natasa Ilincic, OD-DO Studio, Belgrade
- Igor Nedeljkovic, Map-Soft, Belgrade
- Milica Lopicic, architect, Belgrade
- Zorica Tomanovic, architect, Podgorica
- Jadranka Vojvodic, Broadcasting Agency, Podgorica
- Stevan Kordic, mathematician, Radanovici
- Radmila Beca Radulovic, graphic designer, Kotor
- Radmila Nozica, architect, Banja Luka
- Biljana Jovanovic, spatial planner, Pozarevac

This is a public announcement regarding the articles in the daily newspaper “Vijesti” on June 6th and 7th 2006, about the construction of new hotels located at “URC Slavija” and the existing hotel “FJORD” in Kotor.

As an organization concerned with space and promoting its values, we wish to bring to public attention these issues which, in our opinion, might pose a serious threat to Kotor and the Bay of Boka Kotorska as an exceptionally valuable space within Montenegro.

We welcome you to the presentation of Jelena Pejković’s Master’s Thesis, completed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in December 2005. The topic of her work is „Awakening Perast: Interconnecting Past and Present Architecture in a Historic Town” and her thesis states that starting a Conservation school and dispersing it through Perast’s ruins would contribute not only to the awakening and the development of this town but also to the affirmation of contemporary architecture in the town’s historic texture. The lecture will be held at the Museum of Perast, on August 10, 2006 at 20:00. Jelena Pejković graduated from Harvard University in 2003 cum laude with a special concentration in Architecture and Urban Design. During her graduate studies she was a representative of MIT at the Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Paris. WELCOME!

Selected theses, MIT School of Architecture, class of 2006:
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EXPEDITIO is a non-governmental organization whose mission is to encourage sustainable spatial development in Montenegro and SEE region through activity in the fields of sustainable architecture, cultural heritage, urban planning and through projects that encourage overall development of the civil society. Expeditio was established in 1997.




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