Travel opportunities for teachers!

The Global Exploration for Educators Organisation (GEEO) was funded in 2007 and is a non-profit organization that has sent over 1600 teachers abroad on adventurous travel programs. GEEO’s trips are 7 to 21 days in length and are designed and discounted to be interesting and affordable for teachers. In addition to amazing tour […]






The History Educators International Research Network: Conference Registration and call for Abstracts

The History Educators International Research Network [HEIRNET] brings together colleagues from around the world interested in History’s civilising, cultural, educational, moral, social, political and citizenship roles.  Our 14th annual conference meets from Wednesday August 30th to Friday 1st September in the Dublin City University [DCU] Institute of Education, St. Patrick’s […]






Silencing Citizens Through Censorship: Lessons on censorship in Hungarian schools

On 19 and 21 April and 8 November 2016 learning activities developed within the EUROCLIO project Silencing Citizens through Censorship were successfully piloted by Zsolt Vódli in Hungary. The first piloting event in spring took place in the form of two workshops on Hungary’s dictatorial past and censorship at the […]






Analysis of History on Offer on Television and Internet now Available

How is history being represented on television and the internet across Europe? Because of the work of the partner organisations in the E-Story project, these questions are now partially answered. Over the last year, the project partners analysed representations of history on TV and the internet, and debates on history […]






New resource: Latest issue of London Review of Education

London Review of Education (LRE) is an international peer-reviewed journal that feature theoretically based research into contemporary education. It discusses all types of education in all contexts – local, national, global – and is committed to multi-disciplinary analysis using a variety of methodologies. The journal interrogates links between research, policy and practice and analyses […]






New resource: “The Volunteers. Americans Join World War I, 1914-1919”

A century ago, as the First World War devastated Europe, Americans watched in horror at the war’s human costs. But they did not just watch- they got involved. Volunteers distributed food, clothing, and medicine to soldiers and civilians in Belgium and France. They drove ambulances, operated field hospitals, and steered […]






Council of Europe Works to Deepen a Common Understanding of High Quality History Education for 21st Century

What constitutes educational innovation? EUROCLIO is party to a great number of discussions on this question. In some cases the discussion is positioned around an issue like media literacy, while at other times it concerns inclusion. Through projects like IHEA and Strategies for Inclusion EUROCLIO seeks to further the dimensions of history […]






Teaching History Trough Football: Piloting Meeting in Frankfurt

A group of educators within EUROCLIO network came together in Frankfurt, Germany on 4-6 November to develop a concept and an educational framework for teaching European history through football. This work was done as part of a EUROCLIO initiative to start a new long-term project titled “Football, a People’s History […]






EUROCLIO Director in OSF New Executives Fund Meet Up in New York

How to deal with the increasingly volatile environment of non-profit organiations working for a range of ends in the human rights, social justice, inclusion, peace and democracy fields? The Open Society Foundations hosted on 21-22 November a meeting of it’s pool of grant recipients, including EUROCLIO, who receives core support […]