Experiencing European Diversity
Prize winners from all National EUSTORY History Competitions get the chance to participate in History Camps where they come face to face with varied interpretations of history. The critical confrontation with controversial aspects of European history is the basis of these EUSTORY Youth Encounters.
Dominant groups and minorities, winners and losers, victims and perpetrators - each tell a different history and each have the right to their own story.
Working with peers, these young Europeans learn to respect this diversity and to see themselves through the eyes of others. The result is openness, understanding and tolerance in relationship with others and foreigners. Themes discussed include "Conflicts - how do they arise and how can they be overcome?", "Foreign - Familiar. Relating with the known and unknown" or "Europe on the Move - History and Future of Borders and Identity".
Here you will find an overview of all EUSTORY Youth and Alumni Activities (pdf file).