October 11, 2011
Sixteen scientists from many European countries participated in the seminar. Introductory lectures were given by Dr. Krinka Vidakovic Petrov from Belgrade, Dr Sofija Grandakovska from Skopje, and professor Michael Stuart from London, who particularly dealt with the genocide against the Roma during the Second World War. All participants of the Summer University had special exposure, including Bishop Jovan on the theme Paratrooper Yishuva from Macedonia: the case of the absence of Nisim Testa-Arazi, and monk Pavle on the theme The Roman Catholic bishopric of Skopje on the religious map of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia 1924-1941.
During the seminar there was a promotion of the collection of works and documents on the suffering of Jews from Macedonia and Holocaust history, theory, and culture, which was prepared by Dr. Sofija Grandakovska, and presented by Dr. Krinka Vidakovic Petrov and Bishop Jovan of Lipljan, who are coauthors of the collection.
During its stay, the delegation of the Committee for Jasenovac visited Bishop David of Stobi, and prayed at the shrines of the Lake of Ohrid.