Please have a look at these interesting opportunities!

  • Second annual conference of the Memory Studies Association

The Memory Studies Association’s second annual conference will take place in Copenhagen, from 13 to 16 December 2027. It provides a forum for PhD students to explore the connection of their research to Memory Studies. MSA Forward offers a platform for exchanging ideas with a cohort of early researchers, learning about recent developments in Memory Studies and interacting with key academics in the field. Through flash presentations, PhD students will have the opportunity to discuss the specific ways their research connects with Memory Studies and to receive feedback from established scholars. MSA Forward will host a career café and a PhD dinner before the conference begins, and a methodology workshop during the conference itself.

The organisers invite proposals for 5 minute flash presentations which explore the role of Memory Studies in individual PhD projects.

Proposals of no more than 200 words as well as a short biography should be sent before 1 August. For organisational reasons, please make sure that you only upload one file (proposal & bio in one document). The organisers are currently looking into funding for travel stipends. More information will be provided upon acceptance.

For more information, see


  • European Network Remembrance and Solidarity international conference

The European Network Remembrance and Solidarity in collaboration with several partners will organise an international academic conference themed “Central and Eastern Europe after the First World War”. This will take place in Berlin from 31 January to 2 February, 2018.

The conference will prelude an open-air exhibition, organised by the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity, presenting the aftermath of the First World War.

The exhibition will be opened in November 2018 and will travel to a number of European countries in the following years. In the early years after the First World War (1918-1923), political, military, cultural, social and economic developments consolidated to a high degree in Eastern Europe. Therefore the main aim of the conference is to present the aftermath of the First World War, and the making of Eastern and Central Europe understood as a New Europe.

Find the call for papers here: Proposals can be sent to Dr. Bartosz Dziewanowski-Stefańczyk ( or Dr. Burkhard Olschowsky (


  • UNITED Conference “Make Every Voice Heard! The Power Of Victim Perspectives In Fighting Hate Crime” Call for Nominations

UNITED invites your organisation to nominate a delegate for the UNITED Conference near Berlin, Germany: “Make Every Voice Heard! The Power Of Victim Perspectives In Fighting Hate Crime”. This conference will take place from 19 to 24 November 2017.

To share understanding, learn about victim-centered approaches and hear about victims’ needs, UNITED invites European antidiscrimination, youth and victim-support organisations to nominate delegates to participate in the conference “Make every voice heard! The Power of Victim Perspectives in fighting Hate Crime”. We especially encourage organisations to delegate representatives of vulnerable groups and minorities in Europe who are willing to share their (personal) experiences with Hate Violence and discrimination.

The latest version of the programme can be found on the UNITED website. If your organisation is interested in nominating a representative, please fill the online expression of interest form (in English) as soon as possible. The deadline is 3 September 2017.

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  • Call for Proposals Global Education Conference

The Global Education Conference is now accepting proposals. Acceptances will begin 1 August 2017. This year’s conference will take place 13 to 16 November 2017. It will be free to attend, and everyone is encouraged to submit a presentation proposal, including first-time presenters.

All submissions must relate directly to the mission of increasing opportunities for collaboration, developing active global citizens, and ensuring educational opportunities for all.

Proposals can be submitted from 1 July until 1 November 2017. You may submit more than one proposal. For more information, see


  • Global HRE Community of Practice: Call for applications for Training Course on Counter and Alternative Narratives to Hate Speech

This call for participants is for a training course on Counter and Alternative Narratives to Hate Speech, taking place at Utoya island, Norway, from 16 to 20 October 2017. The training course develops the competences of youth workers, youth leaders and educators to use the manual We CAN! with young people. It is organised by the European Wergeland Centre and Youth Department of the Council of Europe in cooperation with the Utoya memorial- and learning centre, Hegnhuset and the support of the EEA/Norway grants.

Interested candidates from EEA/Norway beneficiary and donor countries can apply through The deadline is 23 August 2017 at Noon CET.

Read the entire call document here.