On 17-20 January 2019 the partners of the project Learning to Disagree coordinated by EUROCLIO, along with all the core team members will come together in Maynooth, Ireland for a short term staff training. The meeting aims at presenting the work made so far on the collection of point of views […]
Twice a year, when new trainees join EUROCLIO, they are given three induction days where they learn more about how EUROCLIO works and the various projects or areas of work that they can be involved with during their time here.
This is the second of three meetings where the participating membersof Work Package 2 come together. During the meeting the Handbook will be further discussed and developed.
For those working in history education, the difficulties of bringing history at the foreground of public debate are not new. History does not seem to be a priority for wider portions of society, and therefore, those who work in the field are forced to be more fervent and passionate to […]
On 17-20 January 2019 the partners of the project Learning to Disagree, along with all the core team members will come together in Maynooth, Ireland for a short term staff training. The meeting aims to present the work made so far on the collection of Viewpoints on the first three […]
The original article was written by EUROCLIO Ambassador Jonathan Even-Zohar on his website. Talking Future of Madurodam – The small city of the smile In 1952 a park was built in The Netherlands which aimed to reinforce a Dutch collective identity and a sense of positivity toward the future. Named after […]
The original article was written by EUROCLIO Ambassador Jonathan Even-Zohar on his website It’s 2025 and you are looking at buying a house. Before you do, you access your timemachine, which puts you in a historical geographic information system. Maybe it’s an Assassins Creed-type immersive experience, or maybe it’s more […]
“Building Communities” The AGM 2018 – an opportunity for Europeana Network Association members to voice their opinions and ideas and to showcase their projects. This year’s focus is on building communities.