This project involves a transnational group of history and citizenship educators from EUROCLIO’s member Associations in France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Poland, and Spain in the development and implementation of students-driven projects on censorship in Europe’s 20th century dictatorial and totalitarian regimes. The focus will be on the history of Franco’s Spain (1936 - 1975), Vichy France (1940 - 1945), Nazi Germany (1933-1945), Mussolini’s Italy (1922 - 1943), the post-1945 Hungarian ( - 1990) and Polish Republics (1944 - 1989) and the Republic of Macedonia as part of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia under Tito (1945 - 1980). During the project the team members will develop engaging and thought-provoking resources on striking historical examples of censorship with their students through the collection, compilation and analysis of multi-perspective sources. Students with their teacher will then organise local public events such as exhibitions or debates to showcase the cases they researched in a way that questions the resonance of such history today.
Vodli Zsolt (Hungarian History Teachers Association), Lazslo Edenyi (Hungarian History Teachers Association), Caroline Morel (French History and Geography Teachers’ Association), Martin Liepach (Association of German History Teachers), Harri Beobide (Basque Network of Schools), Enrico Cavalieri (Parri Institute, Italy), Maria Laura Marescalchi (Parri Institute, Italy), Mire Mladenovski (ANIM - History Teachers’ Association of Macedonia), Bisera Srceva (ANIM - History Teachers’ Association of Macedonia), Jacek Staniszewski (History Teachers’ Association of Poland)
Mire Mladenovski, Bisera Srceva, Zsolt Vodli, Laszlo Edentyi, Harri Beobide, Jacek Staniszewski, Caroline Morel, Enrico Cavalieri, Maria Laura Marescalchi, Martin Liepach, Mikel Errazkin
The Europe for Citizens Active European Remembrance Action