End of an Era: EUROCLIO Says Goodbye to Aysel Gojayeva

Aysel Gojayeva started at EUROCLIO as a trainee in late 2011. Her talents for event coordination were quickly noticed and she demonstrated them in the preparation and implementation of the Annual Conference in April 2012, in Antalya, Turkey. Her capacity to guide participants, stakeholders and donors through the thorny process […]

European History Has a House! It’s a Free and Nuanced Museum in Brussels

On 5th of May, EUROCLIO Director Jonathan Even-Zohar, together with EUROCLIO Founder and Special Advisor Joke van der Leeuw-Roord and Honorary Board Member Prof. Dr. Maria Grever (Centre for Historical Culture, Erasmus University Rotterdam), had the pleasure to join a group of about 120 stakeholders, including representatives of the European […]

On-Site Learning Day during EUROCLIO’s 24th Annual Conference in San Sebastian

Wednesday 5 April saw participants of EUROCLIO’s 24th Annual Conference “Intersections: How Can History Education Change Today?” take part in an on-site learning day of activities. Participants visited museums and historic venues around the beautiful city of San Sebastian. Visits took place to the Gernika Peace Museum, the Old Assembly […]

“Learning History by Doing it.” Interactive Session on Civic Engagement Projects during EUROCLIO’s 24th Annual Conference

Tuesday 4 April saw an interactive session entitled “Engaging young people with past and present. Learning history by doing it” which was organised in close cooperation between EUROCLIO, EUSTORY Iberian Competition and Ikastolen Elkartea. The session consisted of several elements, first starting with an introduction to the EUSTORY Iberian competition […]

Annual Conference Kicks-off with Opening Ceremonies

On Sunday 2 April, the 24th EUROCLIO Annual Conference and Professional Development Course “Intersections: How Can History Education Change Today?” was declared open by Director of EUROCLIO Jonathan Even-Zohar at the beautiful City Hall of Donostia-San Sebastian. Words of welcome were given by the Mayor of the city, Eneko Goia, […]

Preparatory Meeting for 25th Annual Conference in Marseille

Over the past week, from Monday 27 February to Thursday 2 March, the EUROCLIO team and the APHG (French Association of History and Geography Teachers) team met in Marseille to prepare the 25th EUROCLIO Annual Conference, which will be in the Mediterranean city between 21 and 28 April 2018, around […]

New Historiana Modules on World War II and the Cold War in the Making

From 17 to 19 February 2017, the historical content team of Historiana met in EUROCLIO’s Secretariat in The Hague to discuss the future developments of Historiana. On Friday, the team worked with EUROCLIO’s new trainees to support them in the searching of sources for a multi-stranded timeline of key events […]

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, […]