The Resource Centre for History Education is an on-line repository of materials related to history, heritage, and citizenship education in Europe. The Resource Centre includes examples of practice, policy recommendations, and references to existing databases maintained by other organisations. The materials included in the Resource Centre are provided free of charge.

Historiana – your portal to the past

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Past Times – Talking and Teaching History

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Contested Histories

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  • Recommendations on the Development of Cross-Border History Education Resources
  • Fit for Education – Case Study
  • Learning to Disagree: Policy Recommendations

    Click here for the Policy Recommendations developed as part of […]

  • Football Makes History: Policy & Action Recommendation

Teaching practices

  • Was the Glorious Revolution really “glorious?”

    Introduction Most history textbooks portray the Glorious Revolution as a […]

  • Learning local history through a project that integrates various subjects – “Journey in medieval Saaremaa”
  • Learning history through folk songs – the case of Seto Leelo
  • IT Learning Environments in Estonia

Educational materials

  • “How to give a tour around contested sites?” A Contested Histories Onsite Toolkit
  • Innovation Station Guidelines for Teachers
  • Study Guide Critical History
  • Education Kit on “Fake News and Disinformation” – VPRO In Europe Schools


  • Conversations about Contested Pasts: Historicizing Historical Consciousness in a Globalizing World by prof. dr. Maria Grever

    In several post-colonial countries, the war on monuments and cultural […]

  • Dealing with parents when teaching sensitive and controversial issues
  • Contested Histories: ‘Muralling’ and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland
  • Contested Histories: Robert Towns’ Statue and his Blackbirding Legacy