EUROCLIO Presents its First Publication on Culture in the Black Sea

EUROCLIO is proud to present the first educational publication developed in 6 languages, titled “Crossroad of Cultures. Social and Political Changes in the Countries of the Black Sea in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries”. The languages in which the educational material is published are Armenian, Azeri, Georgian, Moldovan, Russian and Ukrainian. The publication […]

New Milestone in Sharing History Project: Designed Materials Used for Latvia Workshop

Iryna Kostyuk (All-Ukrainian Association of Teachers of History and Social Studies “Nova Doba”), Nana Tsikhistavi (Georgian Association of History Educators) and Steven Stegers (Programme Director at EUROCLIO) shared their experiences from the Sharing History, Cultural Dialogues project with the participants in the Global Education – Engagement, Growth, and Sustainability Forum. The Forum was organised in Valmiere (Latvia) by the Education Development […]

Sharing History in Action: More Developments Achieved in Tbilisi

November and December were busy months for the Sharing History, Cultural Dialogues project team. The Editors meeting in the Hague (12-17 November 2014) was followed by the Conference on Responsible History in Bazaleti (27-30 November), and after the meeting with the National Editors and Steering Committee Members between 1-2 December 2014 in Tbilisi. […]

Significant Progress Made by “Sharing History” Project Editors in The Hague

Last week the Euroclio secretariat had the pleasure of hosting the editors of the Sharing History – Cultural Dialogues project in The Hague for a four day editing meeting. The tensions felt on the Northern shores of the Black Sea stood in sharp contrast with the spirit of cooperation and friendship between […]

“Sharing History” Project: Involving Schools in Piloting and Peer Review

In October, the current EUROCLIO project in the Black Sea Region “Sharing History, Cultural Dialogues” has entered the stage of piloting and peer review of the edited versions of the teaching modules developed in the framework of the project. A series of secondary schools and history and citizenship educators in Armenia, […]

Crucial Steps Taken at 3rd Editing Meeting in Chisinau

From 6-9 July, editors from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Latvia, Moldova and Russia met in Chisinau to work on the editing for the draft modules within the Sharing History, Cultural Dialogues project. In addition to the editing of modules, the team worked on the glossary and footnotes (for terms that need […]

Eastern Partnership Culture Programme Convenes Over 50 Actors in the Cultural Sector

The last cycle of workshops on cross cutting themes lead by Regional Monitoring and Capacity Building Unit EASTERN Partnership Culture Programme (RMCBU) took place in a small Georgian town of Kachreti between 29-31 May 2014. This final Workshop hosted representatives of six grant projects with 30 months duration, in particular, Caucasus […]

Armenian Authors Work on Regional Learning Materials

On 25-28 May 2014, Dean Smart (United Kingdom) and Olha Pedan-Slyepukhina (Ukraine) revisited Yerevan to follow-up their spring meeting with the authors in Armenia. They worked individually with the authors on their thematic modules for the Sharing History, Cultural Dialogues publication. This final step in the authors’ support process will lead […]

Early Spring Mission of “Sharing History” Mentors to Yerevan

Between 7-10 March 2014, Dean Smart (United Kingdom), Olha Pedan-Slyepukhina (Ukraine), Tsira Chikvaidze (Georgia) hereby as referred as the mentors to the authors in Armenia, and Project Manager Steven Stegers undertook a visit to Yerevan to support the authors in Armenia to improve their educational modules before the April Editing […]

“Sharing History” Project Editors Convene in Ohrid

Between 29 March-5 April, the editors team of Sharing History, Cultural Dialogues (SHCD) project met in Ohrid (Republic of Macedonia) to share relevant information (including what is promised in the project proposal, research done within the project, and practices from other EUROCLIO programmes) that helps with the editing process. At least […]