MA Education and Communication Students visit the EUROCLIO office

In late November of last year,  EUROCLIO was visited by six MA Education and Communication students from Utrecht University. They had asked if it was possible to visit the office, to talk about how to deal with controversial topics in their class. All the students have a background in History, […]

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, […]

ISHA Berlin – Common Ground

ISHA Berlin applied for EUROCLIO’s and Europe for Citizens’ project “Learning a history that is ‘not yet history’” with an idea for a project our section had striven to bring about for more than a year: ISHA Berlin went to visit the Maxim Gorki Theatre’s play “Common Ground” on the […]

ISHA Belgrade – ’90 is Serbia: The collapse of Yugoslavia and cultural transition

Report by Ognjen Tomić From the moment our section was selected to participate in EUROCLIO’s project “Teaching history that is not yet history” in September, ISHA Belgrade has diligently worked on organizing our local conference. Every week, our work group gathered and discussed about topic of the event and it’s schedule. […]

ISHA Skopje – Yugoslav Wars Through the Social Prism

On December 2, the conference “Yugoslav wars through the social prism” took place in Skopje, Macedonia. The conference was organised by the International Students of History Association (ISHA), as a part of the EUROCLIO project “History that is not yet History”, and was attended by about 60 people. The conference […]

How can Europe Help the Balkans consume its History?

On 18 December, EUROCLIO headed to Brussels along with partners at Centre for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe (CDRSEE) and the International Students of History Association (ISHA) to discuss the difficult and proven at times controversial question of “How can Europe Help the Balkans consume its History?” This event […]

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 […]