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15 Sep 2020

Join the #FootballPeople weeks movement!

  The #FootballPeople weeks is the largest global campaign to celebrate diversity and tackle discrimination in football, and this year’s event takes place between 8th and 22nd October. Join other educational institutions, schools, as well as grassroots groups, clubs and NGOs throughout Europe. You can take part by organising  activities or by using the Fare network Educational Toolkit. All we ask you to do is to register your activity and run this during the #FootballPeople weeks. Go to https://fare.force.com/FootballPeopleRegisterActivity_4736192 to register your activity! Fare can also send you resources and materials to promote your event upon request. You'll also get activities from our  project to undertake as part of the #FootballPeople weeks if you wish to try them out. For more information about the Football Makes History…
Join the #FootballPeople weeks movement!
Call for Applications: Learning from the Past – Acting for the Future. Teaching about the Holocaust and Human Rights
2 Sep 2020

Call for Applications: Learning from the Past – Acting for the Future. Teaching about the Holocaust and Human Rights

An 11-week online engagement professional opportunity for teachers in Europe (21 September – 4 December 2020) Call for applications This program, developed by The Olga Lengyel Institute (TOLI), in partnership with the Intercultural Institute of Timisoara and with support from the Council of Europe, is addressed to teachers working in Europe, who are interested to develop their competences to teach about the Holocaust and human rights. The aim of this course is to contribute to increasing the quality of education regarding the Holocaust and human rights. The program provides a rich opportunity to integrate national and international approaches in teaching about these topics and in understanding the contemporary relevance of this important part of modern history. The objectives of the…
20 Aug 2020

Black-Lives-Matter and the importance of history education: 
a conversation with Professor Maria Grever on how to deal with the past

Looking back at her illustrious career, recently retired Professor Maria Grever can not only be proud of her achievements, but also rest assured that her work is especially relevant today. Emeritus Professor of Historical Culture at Erasmus University Rotterdam, Professor Grever and her team have relentlessly investigated how people deal with the past, including what and why they remember and celebrate. Therefore, she has a lot to say about the current destruction of statues related to the Black-Lives-Matter movement taking place around the world. Interviewed by Erasmus Magazine shortly after the launch of her latest book, Onontkoombaar verleden (Inescapable Past), she warns against the total eradication of monuments and statues that constitute testimonies of past injustice: destroying statues is no…
Black-Lives-Matter and the importance of history education: 
a conversation with Professor Maria Grever on how to deal with the past