ePACT: Regional Expert Meeting Vienna

In the context of the new EuroClio/CDRSEE project ePACT – the Education Partnership for Advocacy, Capacity-Building and Transformation, a Regional Expert Meeting will be held in Vienna. During this event experts from all over Europe will discuss and support the project by elaborating on History Education Reform and Didactical Reform in general.

New synergies. Kick-off meeting CDRSEE-EuroClio project in The Hague

On 18-19 February 2016, CDRSEE Director Zvezdana Kovac, Project advisor Antonis Hadjiyannakis and Programme advisor Corinna Noack-Aetopulos met with EuroClio Director Jonathan Even Zohar, Project manager Judith Geerling and Project assistant Romana Sijakovic to coordinate the implementation of the new project, supported by the Austrian Development Agency (ADA), with funds of Austrian Development Cooperation.

The project ePACT – Education Partnership for Advocacy, Capacity-Building and Transformation will run until October 2018. CDRSEE and EuroClio with its member associations in the Western Balkan will engage in a wide research on the needs for education reform on innovative didactical approaches in general and history education in particular. Moreover, the project aims to set up two standing working groups, one on innovative didactics approaches and the other on history education, where policy makers, experts, civil society and educators will co-operate. The meeting was fruitful and inspiring for building further synergies. More information on the project will be available in the coming weeks.

The project will be implemented with the financial support of the Austrian Development Cooperation as part of the initiative “NETUCATE – Networked education creating a skills web for participation and sensitivity.”

For more information check our project page!

Learn so you can be understood – a video on the state of educational system in the Balkan region

The Joint History Project – an initiative of the Centre for Democracy and Reconciliation in South East Europe, has made this well informed short documentary entitled Uči da bi te razumjeli (‘Learn so you can be understood’) where international experts at the region analyze the current situation in the schools and the needs that has to be faced in the near future. Moreover the video counts with the participation of many partners and members of EuroClio in the region, including Director Jonathan Ever-Zohar.

A great resource to learn about the current state of the educational System in the Balkan region as well as to know CDRSEE programme Joint History Project.

To see the video click here.