Taking the Next Step: Third Editors Meeting was a Great Success

Forty days after the meeting in Osijek, the editors of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Serbia met in Skopje from 7 to 9 June. The editor’s meeting was very interesting, substantial very busy and a continuation of the previous ones. By observing the themes, the meeting could be divided into three parts. …

Report on First National Seminar in Armenia, Yerevan State University

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The first national seminar within the project ‘Sharing History, Cultural Dialogues. Innovating History Education in the Black Sea Region’, addressed to history teachers from the Republic of Armenia, took place on 23rd March 2013 at the Yerevan State University. The trainings were organized by the Armenian Association of History Educators (AAHE) in partnership with EUROCLIO, …

At the Heart of the Matter: Editing Team of the History that Connects Project meets for the first time in Vienna

In the weekend of the 23rd and 24th of March, seven editors of the History that Connects project ‘Teaching Sensitive Topics in the Countries of Former Yugoslavia, 1900-1945’ gathered in Vienna to work on the development of the educational material, to identify remaining challenges, to divide tasks and responsibilities and to set up a timeframe …

Successful Seminar on Conflict and Cooperation at Ballycastle on 19-23 September 2012

The seminar took place in a beautiful seaside city of Ballycastle (Northern Ireland) from the 19th to the 23rd of September 2012. It was participated by 25 participants from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Cyprus, England, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, Northern Ireland, Poland, Portugal, Scotland, Serbia, Slovenia, Sweden, The Netherlands. On the 19th of September, some of …

Successful final Capacity Building and Curriculum Workshop within the History that Connects – Republic of Macedonia project in Veles

The final Capacity Building and Curriculum Workshop of the EUROCLIO/Belgium Ministry of Foreign Affairs project “History that Connects – Republic of Macedonia” took place in Veles, Macedonia. Over thirty history teachers from Skopje, Veles and the region gathered between 27- 29 of June. The structure of this event was similar to the teacher training sessions in …

Stip, Macedonia: 2nd Capacity Building And Curriculum Workshop Report Available

On 20-22 April 2012 40 history teachers came together in a beautiful city of Stip (Macedonia), to participate in the Second Capacity Building and Curriculum Assessment Workshop within the EUROCLIO/Belgium Ministry of Foreign Affairs project History that Connects – Republic of Macedonia. The workshop aimed to further strengthen the organizational and networking capacity of the …

Pula, Croatia: Fourth Regional Work Session – Report Available

From the 1st until the 4th of March 2012 the fourth Regional Work Session in the EUROCLIO Programme History that Connects – How to teach sensitive and controversial history in the countries of Former Yugoslavia took place in Pula, Croatia. The History Teachers Associations from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia …

Belgrade, Serbia: UN Alliance of Civilisations discusses future Action Plan for South East Europe

The EUROCLIO Programme History that Connects. How to teach sensitive and controversial history in the countries of former Yugoslavia, has been included in the Action Plan of the UN Alliance of Civilisations for South East Europe since 2010 as one of the key proejcts in the field of Dealing with the Past to Build a Better Future …

Planning and Coordination Meeting & Fourth Regional Authors and Experts Work Session

The Fourth Regional Seminar within the EUROCLIO/Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs/OSI Programme “History that Connects. How to teach sensitive and Effectiveness controversial issues in wholesale nfl jerseys the countries of Former Yugoslavia” will be held in Pula, Croatiaon 1 -4 March 2012. As the date of the event approaches, SJ EUROCLIO’s efforts to increase Urz?dzamy international awareness for the programme seem …

Progressing the Regional Programme: Fourth Regional Seminar

The Fourth Regional Seminar within wholesale NFL jerseys the EUROCLIO/OSI/UNAOC Programme “History that Connects. How to teach sensitive and controversial issues in the countries of Former Yugoslavia” will be held in Pula,Croatia on 1st – 4th March 2012. Representatives from all Former Yugoslavia, as well as contributors from Israel and Italy will actively engage during the seminar. The seminar is co-organised with the History Teachers Association of Croatia, …