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 […]

Public Consultation on Europeana

The European Commission has launched a public consultation to hear opinions from culture, education, research and creative sectors, as well as citizens from across Members States regarding Europeana. The Commission would particularly like to hear the experiences and expectations of those who have already used (or could benefit from using) […]

New Eurydice Report: Citizenship Education at School in Europe – 2017

There has been a strong focus in recent years on the promotion of citizenship education, as a result of the increasing threats to fundamental values such as peace, equality and human rights Europe is faced with, and several countries are making changes to their policies in this area. But what […]

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 […]

Divided Past, Joint Future Regional Training in Macedonia

Earlier this month, EUROCLIO Trainee Larissa Wiegelmann attended the regional training of the project “Divided Past, Joint Future“, of which EUROCLIO is a partner, in Bitola, Macedonia. This project is unique for many reasons, one being the large number of – mostly, but not limited to, regional – partners that are taking […]

Learning to Disagree: Addressing Sensitive and Controversial Issues in the Classroom

EUROCLIO is excited to announce the kick-off of our new project; Learning to Disagree. This three-year project, funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, aims to respond to the needs of educators who experience difficulties in addressing sensitive and controversial issues in their classroom. The project offers training […]

Historiana Named Best Practice in Education and Innovation Pedagogy

Historiana was recognised as the “Best Practice In Education and Innovation Pedagogy” at a ceremony in the House of European History on Tuesday, as part of the Lifelong Learning Week in Brussels, organised by the Lifelong Learning Platform and the European Youth Forum. The overarching theme of the week is “Education […]

Discovering Common Ground through the Holocaust

Last Summer, from 30 August until 1 September, history teachers from Bulgaria and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia met in Skopje for the joint educational seminar “The Holocaust as a starting point: comparing and sharing”. Through sharing academic approaches in teaching and getting a better understanding of the history […]

Call for Applications for Funding: EUROPEANS FOR PEACE

The funding program EUROPEANS FOR PEACE  is currently accepting applications for project funding in 2018 and 2019. The program is looking for projects that fit the theme of “celebrate diversity! youth exchange for all” , and applicants are encouraged to involve one or several international partners. Diverse groups are especially encouraged to […]