Educators ask for a better copyright

Together with this blogpost, EUROCLIO will publish a joint letter initiated by Communia Association for the Public Domain that urgently requests to improve the education exception in the proposal for a Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market (DSM Directive). The letter is supported by 35 organisations representing schools, […]

Annual Conference 2018: Marseille Calls!

An annual highlight in the EUROCLIO calendar is the Annual Conference. On 21-26 April, all are welcome to come to Marseille, France. Our French member association has prepared a very interesting programme to support new knowledge, cross-cultural exchanges and professional development. The conference will take place in the Vieux-Port Marseille, […]

New Report on Teaching difficult history in the Western Balkans

EUROCLIO is very happy to announce the publication of the new research report “Teachers on Teaching; How Practitioners See the Current State and Future Developments in History Education Across the Western Balkans”. The report – produced in collaboration with CDRSEE and History Teachers Associations from the Western Balkan – is […]

Teaching the Ends of Empires

In early November, the Bronbeek Museum hosted a day-long conference, sponsored by the National 4/5 May Committee of the Netherlands on how to teach decolonisation in former empires. Ethan Mark, a modern Asia historian from Leiden University, was there and shared the following insights with EUROCLIO highlighting the themes and outcomes […]

Call to fill out Survey: How are the Yugoslav Wars of the 1990’s Remembered?

The Yugoslav wars of the 1990’s are often considered ‘not yet history’. Because the memory of the wars is still relatively recent, they are commemorated in many different ways and have also been widely investigated in connection with transnational justice. Within the wider context of the project ‘Learning a History […]

Push for Copyright Reform in Education

Early next year, the Legal Affairs (JURI) Committee of the European Commission will vote on a new directive concerning the use of copyrighted materials for educational purposes across the EU.  The directive, in theory, aims to expand upon existing exemptions from copyright legislation in education at an EU level. While […]

eTwinning Annual Conference 2017 – eTwinning: Turning Inclusion Into Action

From 26-28 October the eTwinning Annual Conference 2017 took place in Malta. EUROCLIO ambassador Miljenko Hajdarovic attended the conference and hosted a workshop on the practical use of Historiana. The focus of the eTwinning Annual Conference 2017 was to share how eTwinning can raise the capabilities of schools to address […]

Fascism and Anti-fascism in our time: Critical Investigations

In light of the recent surge in nationalist and authoritarian movements in Europe and around the world, “Mapping Memories“, an event programme of the German Federal Agency for Civic Education, organised a conference in Hamburg & Lűbenurg from 1-3 November 2017 discussing the potential for histories of fascism and anti-fascism to provide […]