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October 2017

Europeana DSI-3 Kick-off Meeting

October 16, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - October 17, 2017 @ 4:00 pm

EUROCLIO will be represented by Steven Stegers and Jaco Stoop at the kick-off meeting for the latest collaboration with Europeana - DSI-3. The project will continue the work of its predecessors DSI-1 and DSI-2 in tackling the question of “how to unlock the potential for use of digital heritage for (history) education?”. Within this, there will be a focus on web development and the further integration of Europeana and Historiana in order to make them more user-friendly, thus allowing for their…

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“Learning Local Football Histories: A Tool for Social Inclusion?” Seminar in Rotterdam

October 21, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 5:30 pm

This Saturday - 21 October - EUROCLIO will host a seminar at Erasmus University Rotterdam as part of the ongoing project, "Football. A People's History of Europe", which takes the history of football as a lens through which to explore wider historical themes in an accessible manner. The seminar is part of the Football People action weeks, funded by the FARE Network and participants will have the opportunity to share experiences of using football to teach history and explore possibilities for closer…

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November 2017

Learning a History that is not yet History Author’s meeting in Bosnia

November 17, 2017 - November 19, 2017

This week, from 17-19 November, authors involved in the EUROCLIO project "Learning a History that is not yet History" will meet in Mostar to discuss and strategise the implementation of the project's final tasks. The project deals with questions of teaching recent and fragmented histories that are remembered in a variety of disparate ways. Taking the case of the Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s, it aims to contribute to the field of European remembrance through raising awareness among teachers, students…

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January 2018

Launch of RETHINK Project in Paris

January 29, 2018 - January 30, 2018

From 29-30 of January this year, Jaco Stoop and Judith Geerling from the EUROCLIO Secretariat will attend the launch of a new project of which EUROCLIO is a partner. The project, entitled "RETHINK", is led by the Centre International D'etudes Pedagogiques - CIEP, and aims to bring together and disseminate different educational programmes and approaches that deal with remembrance in order to help educators deal with current critical and controversial issues. Within the project, EUROCLIO will take advantage of its wide…

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February 2018

Train the Trainer Event for Decisions and Dilemmas III

February 9, 2018 - February 11, 2018

From 9-11 February this year, the EUROCLIO project Decisions & Dilemmas III will officially launch with a "train the trainer" event at the House of European History in Brussels. This project is a continuation of the previous projects Decisions and Dilemmas I and II, and aims to further support educators across Europe in teaching about the European Union in a motivational and meaningful way that resonates with students. The event in Brussels will kick-start this process by introducing the educational resources which were created over…

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August 2018

Decisions and Dilemmas 3 Teacher training event

August 24, 2018 - August 25, 2018

The aim of national training events such as this one is to help educators promote learning about the EU that is both motivating and meaningful for students.

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Decisions and Dilemmas 3 Teacher training event

August 29, 2018

The aim of national training events such as this one is to help educators promote learning about the EU that is both motivating and meaningful for students.

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January 2019

Third short-term joint staff training for the Learning 2 Disagree project

January 17 - January 20

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 topics: people on the move, borders and living under pressure. The meeting will serve also as the starting point for the collection of Viewpoints on the next topics and as…

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First short-term joint staff training for the Football Makes History project

January 31 - February 3

The first 3-day thematic workshop within the Football Makes History project will take place from 1-3 February in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The central theme of the workshop will be discrimination and anti-semitism. The Anne Frank House will be the workshops’ host, regarding its unique position in the world as a place of memory and responsibility to prevent discrimination world-wide. The programme of the workshop will include interesting presentations by experts on discrimination, insight into the Anne Frank House’s FanCoach project…

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