Join a vibrant community

Since 1993 many independent new organizations, associations and institutes of history educators emerged across Europe and joined EUROCLIO. Right now, EUROCLIO membership covers 72 history educators’ organizations, associations and institutes from 47 countries.

EUROCLIO welcomes membership of organizations, associations and institutes dealing with history, heritage and citizenship education inside and beyond Europe. EUROCLIO offers a series of opportunities to its member organizations and associations aiming to influence education reform processes, collaborate with larger cross-border networks, participate in professional development training and steer the member organization or association through democratic participation. The professional EUROCLIO secretariat provides support to its members in a variety of fields as networking, capacity building, preparation and planning of activities and other related actions.

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Join EUROCLIO as organisation

EUROCLIO welcomes membership of organisations and institutes dealing with history, heritage and citizenship education in Europe and beyond. EUROCLIO offers a series of opportunities to its member associations aiming to influence education reform processes, collaborate with larger cross-border networks, participate in professional development training and steer the organisation through democratic participation. The EUROCLIO Secretariat provides support to its members in networking, capacity building, preparation and planning of activities and other related actions. For organisations and institutes, EUROCLIO features two types of membership: full membership, and associated membership.

 

...or as an individual

EUROCLIO membership is now also open for individual history, heritage and citizenship education professionals. Please contact Jaco Stoop (EUROCLIO Network Coordinator) for more information about individual membership.

Information about fees

Full MembersAssociated MembersIndividual Members

The annual fees of Full Members are based on the amount of members that a Full Member Association has, and the country where a Full Member is located. Following the European Union Erasmus+ guidelines, there are four country categories (A, B, C and D) and four size categories (I, II, III and IV). The amounts are shown in the table below. For a list of countries, kindly refer to Appendix 1 of the Internal Rules.

  Category I
< 199
Category II
200 - 499
Category III
500 - 999
Category IV
> 1000
Category A € 241 € 482 € 723 € 964
Category B € 214 € 428 € 642 € 856
Category C € 137 € 274 € 411 € 548
Category D € 74 € 148 € 222 € 296
Number of votes 1 2 3 4

The annual fee for Associate Member is € 80 per year. Associate Members have no right to vote during the General Assembly, but have a say in network consultations to help set priorities for project fundraising and for the development of educational materials by EUROCLIO.

The annual fee for Individual Members is determined by the Individual Member itself, but Individual Members are expected to pay a fee of at least € 10. Kindly refer to the Internal Rules for information about suggested fees for individual members based on their net income per month. (The amounts are shown in the table below.)

Net income per month Suggested annual fee
Less than € 500 € 10
€ 500 - € 1000 € 20
€ 1000 - € 1500 € 30
€ 1500 - € 2000 € 40
More than € 2000 € 50

Voting at the General Assembly

Full Member Associations who have paid their fee of the year that the GA is held, and Full Member Associations who are exempt from paying the fee in the year that the GA is held can vote. The number of votes, ranging from 1 – 4, depends on the size of the Full Member Association. To determine the category of your association, kindly refer to the table on the left and the list of countries included in Appendix 1 of the Internal Rules.

Associate Members have no right to vote during the General Assembly, but have a say in network consultations to help set priorities for project fundraising and for the development of educational materials by EUROCLIO.

Individual Members have no right to vote during the General Assembly, but have a say in network consultations to help set priorities for project fundraising and for the development of educational materials by EUROCLIO.

More information about EUROCLIO membership is available in the Internal Rules and the Statutes of the Association (see below). Please contact Jaco Stoop (EUROCLIO Network Coordinator) if you have further questions about becoming a member of EUROCLIO - European Association of History Educators.

Statutes of EUROCLIO - European Association of History Educators

Internal Rules

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...and subscribe to our special interest groups (SIGs)

As an individual member, or a member of a EUROCLIO member organisation, you are very welcome to join Special Interest Groups (SIGs), or gather more enthusiasts for your own special interests and form a new one. At the moment two groups are in play for which you can subscribe.

Teachers as Researchers is a SIG which aims to bridge the gap between academic research in the field of history education and the day-to-day classroom practice by engaging teachers to join existing research projects or apply to join ones that are being planned. This SIG fosters the need for history education research to take into account teachers views and role, while encouraging teachers to see how in their practice they can improve the general understanding of the effects and role of history education in society today.

Remembrance and Education is a SIG which aims to generate and deepen the discussion between professionals in the field of remembrance, and those in education. This is because remembrance highlights the interrelation between history, heritage, citizenship and human rights as subjects to be addressed in an inclusive way in the classroom. Beyond their specificity, history, heritage, citizenship and human rights as school subjects are based on a common goal to link the past with the present and prepare the individual for his future active involvement in society.

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Special Interest Groups (SIGs)