First Impressions on a Successful and Intense Annual Conference

  From the 21st to the 26th of April 2018, Marseille was the setting for a rather unique experience: the 25th EUROCLIO Annual Conference “Mediterranean Dialogues: Teaching History Beyond our Horizons”. Approximately 200 people, including history and citizenship teachers, educators, members of civil society organizations and policy makers from more […]

Decisions and Dilemmas: “Changing Europe” Materials Translated and Used in Local Member Events

EUROCLIO is excited to announce that educational materials from the Historiana unit “Changing Europe”, developed in  the previous edition of Decisions and Dilemmas, will be translated into several languages and used in workshops. The workshops will take place in the countries of the following EUROCLIO member associations: Bulgarian History Teachers’ Association, […]

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, […]

Council of Europe Brings History Education Policy Makers and Practitioners in Belgrade for Final Regional Seminar

On 4-5 October, the Council of Europe History Teaching Unit, with support of the Ministry of Education of Serbia and the University of Belgrade held its fourth and final regional seminar in the inter-governmental project “Educating for Diversity and Democracy. Quality History Education in the 21st Century” which seeks to […]

 EUROCLIO co-organise “History and memory” Masterclass in Kyrgyzstan

From September 28-30 of this year, EUROCLIO Programme Director Steven Stegers visited the city of Osh in Kyrgyzstan in order to oversee the implementation of a Masterclass developed by EUROCLIO, the Global Centre for Pluralism, and the Aga Khan Foundation, in response to a wish by a local community of […]

New Hope for a New History Curriculum in Lebanon

It is unsurprising that discussions about the way history is being taught are happening on the highest political level. History, like no other school subject, can be highly politicised, as the way people understand the past has a real impact on what people do and believe in the present. In […]

Apply now for a Traineeship at EUROCLIO!

EUROCLIO is now accepting applications for the next round of trainees to join the Secretariat in The Hague from February-July 2018. The traineeship offers the opportunity to gain valuable insights into the inner-workings of an international NGO, while developing a wealth of practical skills. As a trainee, you will be in contact […]

Development on Cold War Historiana Module Continues in the Hague

As part of the continuing development of a module about the Cold War on Historiana, Andrea Scionti and Bob Stradling of the Historical Content team paid a visit to the EUROCLIO Secretariat in the Hague on the 20th of September. The module aims to provide history educators with easily-accessible and […]