In Second Meeting, History Educators from across Euro-Med Region Continue Work to Implement UNESCO Recommendations

Over the past weekend, six educators from countries in the Euro-Mediterranean region came together in Beirut, Lebanon to continue their work to develop learning activities that help young people acquire skills for intercultural citizenship. Within the project “Learning about (Y)our Past: History Lessons for Intercultural Citizenship in the Euro-Med region”, […]

Educators Advocate for Better Copyright Reform

Following the European Commission’s Proposal for a Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, the COMMUNIA Association published a position paper that discusses the proposals in the directive. The COMMUNIA Association’s reaction to the directive proposal can be summarized as follows: “From our perspective the proposal, while well intended, […]

Europeana Launches Match Funding Call

Europeana is a partner organisation that supports the development of Historiana – it has, for instance, enabled the addition of the “Search and Select” tool, through which Europeana sources are made available for search within Historiana. Europeana has now launched its first match funding call for innovative digital education projects. […]

300 History Educators in Western Balkans Consider Need for Reform

Around 350 history educators and policy makers participated between October and December 2016 in six national training events in Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia. Researchers Dea Marić and Rodoljub Jovanović led world café sessions and conducted focus groups as a next step in the EUROCLIO/CDRSEE project ‘ePACT – […]

EUROCLIO Board Meets in Como, Italy

The EUROCLIO Board met for the first time this year in Como, Italy on 13-14 January. The aim was to work further on the strategic priorities that were set in the previous meeting in the Netherlands. The first day was dedicated to the strategic priorities, which the board discussed first […]

Exciting Progress in Strategies for Inclusion Project

Partners of the Strategies for Inclusion project met in The Hague on 16-17 January to assess progress made so far and to review results on the work done with intellectual outputs of the project. Each partner has been working with intellectual outputs that help to make history and citizenship education […]

EUROCLIO Offers Three Full Scholarships to Attend 2017 Annual Conference

EUROCLIO – European Association of History Educators is proud to present a unique opportunity for history education professionals to attend the 2017 EUROCLIO Annual Conference “Intersections: How Can History Education Change Today?” The conference will take place from 2-7 April in Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain. At the 24th Annual Conference, the […]

Silencing Citizens Through Censorship: Piloting in Spain yields good results

On 25 and 28 November 2016, several Learning Activities developed within the European project Silencing Citizens through Censorship were successfully piloted by Harri Beobide at the Professional Training Centre Ikastolen Etxea in Donostia-San Sebastian and Urretxindorra ikastola in Bilbao, both Spain. Five modules: Censorship in Nazi Germany, Is Censorship Still Alive?, Ideas […]