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January 2019

Sharing European Histories meeting

January 19
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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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February 2019

RETHINK Work Package 2 meeting

February 2 - February 3

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.

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2nd Transnational Project Meeting for the Opening Up Historiana project

February 13 - February 15

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 on the first three topics: People on the move, Borders and Living under pressure. The meeting will also serve as the starting point for the Collection of Viewpoints on the…

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April 2019

EUROCLIO Board Meeting

April 3
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26th EUROCLIO Annual Conference and Professional Development and Training Course

April 4 - April 7

It is safe to assume that history educators like learning history and want to know more. As a result, they develop a deep historical knowledge, which helps them to make meaningful connections, see new information in its historical context and ask questions to guide research and reading. Students of history do not necessarily have these advantages, and also did not always choose to learn history. This leads to one of the key challenges for history educators: How to interest all…

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Meeting of the Sharing European Histories project with Evens Foundation

April 5 - April 6
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May 2019

Transnational Project Meeting for the Learning to Disagree project

May 2 - May 4
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June 2019

History Teaching Building Bridges in focus during the 2nd Meeting of the ET 2020 Working Group on Common Values and Inclusive Education under the renewed mandate 2018-2020

June 5 @ 8:00 am - June 6 @ 5:00 pm

Brussels, 5-6 June 2019, co-organised with Joke van der Leeuw-Roord, EUROCLIO Special Advisor The agenda for the Workshop Meeting had a double focus, it addressed the use and abuses of modern media and building bridges through inclusive history education, both of which were also talked about during the Peer Learning Activity in Croatia in April 2019. Two draft Thematic Fiches were developed, the one on history education written by Joke van der Leeuw-Roord. The Fiches were furthered during this meeting.…

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Conference Report: “30 years of Jean Monnet Activities: Why study the European Union today?” Brussels, 18 June 2019

June 18

30 years ago Jacqueline Lastenouse-Bury, Director of the European Commission, initiated the Jean Monnet Actions, with focus on the study on the EU. This programme developed over time, became more and more interdisciplinary and truly transnational running activities in almost 100 countries, many far beyond the European Union, but with a visible exclusion of the African continent. The programme of the event explored with Jean Monnet Professors, students, journalists and policy makers the past, present and future of the programme.…

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