EuroClio - European Association of History Educators was established in 1992 with the support of the Council of Europe. We started as an Annual Gathering of National History Teachers Associations but soon also ran our own projects and organised more activities. It is our mission to inspire and support educators to engage learners in innovative and responsible history and citizenship education.
EuroClio is governed by a Board that is elected by the General Assembly. The Board delegated the day to day management to the Executive Director, who is heading the EuroClio Secretariat based in The Hague.
Our name and logo both take inspiration from Greek mythology. Clio is the muse of history while Europa, a Phoenician princess, lent her name to the Continent of Europe, reflecting our origin as a pan-European association.