EUROCLIO Anniversary Reception Initiates “25 Years” Campaign

The 25 Years Anniversary Reception, hosted by the Humanity House in The Hague, was a celebration to remember. With over 100 guests in attendance, the evening programme began around 17.30 with a welcome by Lisette Mattaar, Director of the Humanity House. Marijn Gunnink, policy officer at the Ministry of Education, […]



All EUROCLIO publications are now available online

Over the course of its 25 years of existence, EUROCLIO has been active in various regions of the European continent, and beyond, and the publication of educational material has been, and still is, a key area of action. As part of celebrating EUROCLIO’s 25th anniversary, all publications have been made […]



History and/or Citizenship Education? Council of Europe Moves Forward in the Inter-Governmental Project on “Quality History Education for the 21st Century” in Utrecht, 27-28 June

The Council of Europe has been able in recent years to work toward an overarching design of competences, including values, attitudes, skills and knowledge, which support living together as equals in a democracy. This very important project is complemented by the 2016-2020 Council of Europe project “Educating for Diversity and Democracy. […]



History Education Beyond Pride and Pain at the 3rd History that Connects Summer School, Vlore, Albania

On 18-23 July, over 80 people from 18 countries, including history educators, policy makers and civil society representatives gathered in the beautiful mountain resort of Llogora, near Vlore, Albania. ALBNA, the Albanian History Teachers Association hosted what is already the 3rd Regional “History that Connects the Balkans” Summer School. The […]



EUROCLIO Board Meeting in Tirana, Albania

The EUROCLIO Board met for the third time this year in Tirana, Albania on 16-18 July. The meeting was very kindly facilitated by ALBNA-Albanian History Teachers Association and the Institute of Democracy, Media and Culture, which provided its office. The Board was humbled by the generous hospitality provided by the […]



“A Multiperspective Understanding of the Past: The Elephant in the Room of Diverse Societies?”: A Symposium by EUROCLIO, ALF and IHJR

On July 14, more than fifty educators, historians, civil society actors and other interested persons joined EUROCLIO, the Anna Lindh Foundation and the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation in Rotterdam, at the Erasmus University, for the symposium “A Multiperspective Understanding of the Past: The Elephant in the Room of […]



EUROCLIO Director Jonathan Even-Zohar Contributes to “Sharing Perspectives” Online Course on Migration Crisis

EUROCLIO Director Jonathan Even-Zohar has contributed to the online course “Sharing Perspectives” that addresses the migration crisis. Through this course, students, both refugees and non-refugees, have been able to discuss the refugee crisis in virtual seminars after watching online lectures during ten weeks. Thanks to the lecture of Jonathan Even-Zohar, 250 participants […]



How to Unlock the Potential of Digital Heritage for Use in Education?

EUROCLIO Network Coordinator Jaco Stoop was invited by the Swedish Museums of World Cultures to share EUROCLIO’s ideas about the use of digital tools in education. Many museums, libraries, and archives are working to digitise their collections, and making them available to educators. However, there are still many obstacles that […]