From October 4th to October 7th, in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, another international event was held within the EU project Balkan Kaleidoscope titled "Teachers and students for multi-perspectivity in history and remembrance teaching". This two-day event brought together representatives of project partners from 7 EU countries and the Western Balkans to present activities carried out in their local communities. The organizer of the event in Mostar was the Local Democracy Agency Mostar, which is also one of the partners in the project. This two-day event was attended by about fifty professors and history teachers, as well as students who, together with them, through various activities, researched the field of multi-perspectivity with an emphasis on the field of the history teaching process. Partners from Slovenia, Macedonia and Italy presented their local activities on the first day of the event. In the continuation of the program participants attended and participated in a lecture at OKC Abrašević held by Michele Parente (Forum Civil Peace Service) on the topic " Education on culture of remembrance - connecting the dots for building trust and culture of co-operation in the Balkans ". On the second day of the program, project partners from Serbia and Croatia, and project partners from Bosnia and Herzegovina presented their local activities. Later that day, the participants visited the sights of Mostar as part of the program "Monuments in Motion", and after that they attended the premiere of the theatrical play of Mostar Youth Theater directed by Sead Đulić. The Balkan Kaleidoscope project is funded through the EU Program for Europe for Citizens.