Today, the Slovak Centre for Communication and Development announced the start of their 2012/2013 competition "The Role of Women and Men in Slovakia during the 20th Century". Students are encouraged to examinethe changingstatus of womenandmen in societyand to describe thechanges thathave occurred.
Report of the Youth Academy in Germany is online
Who are currently the most powerful persons in the world? What does it take to be powerful? What is the influence of the media? Read what 25 young Europeans from 15 countries discussed about and experienced at the Youth Academy in Berlin. The topic was: "People and Power."
Today, teachers and pupils from different regions of the Ukraine are meeting in Kievto discuss "Human Rights: Lessons From the History of the TwentiethCentury". This is the second of three round table discussions which Nova Doba organises within the framework of EUSTORY.
The History Teachers' Association of Latvia is happy to announce the new topic for 2013/2013, which is: The History of Education in Latvia". The Award ceremony will take place on 25 May, 2013. For more information, please visit the Association's website http://www.vsb.lv
Mihails Kozlovs, EUSTORY alumnus, made a video of the opening of the European Photo Exhibition Award in Hamburg in May 2012. The European Photo Exhibition Award 01 focused on the question of “European Identities”. In November, the exhibition will tour to Lucca, Italy.
"Not for Free: Challenges to Democracy in Europe" was the title of the Youth Academy in Estonia (22 - 29 September 2012). Twenty-five young Europeans from thirteen countries met for one week of discussions, sessions, simulations, and cultural highlights. Read the report.
New Competition Round in Spain
Spanish youth are asked to dig through family portraits, photo albums andold letters,interview neighbours and visit local museums. The 6th round of the Spanish history competition has begun. The topic is "My family in history." UntilAugust 16, 2013, Spanish youth aged 14 to 21 have a chance to tell the stories of their families.
A Note on European Discourse and Civic Governance
Europe desperately needs a common public sphere in order to allow its citizens to feel connected and involved, observes Katerina Pekarek, a EUSTORY prize winner from the Czech Republic and member of FutureLab Europe. Read her blog contribution!
The ceremonial announcement of the results of the 6th national round of the Eustory European history competition took place in Prague on September 26, 2012, in the conference hall of the main building of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.