Nova Doba in the Ukraine has published a collection of articles entitled "Current Discussions About the Second World War". The collection is a result of three round tables in 2011 and 2012 with Ukrainian (and foreign) students, teachers, and scientists.
In November 2012, Roman Roobroeck, member of the EUSTORY alumni network and former prize winner of the EUSTORY competition in Belgium, was one of six young Europeans who met with Jacques Delors (former president of the European Commission) and Valéry Giscard d’Estaing (former French President) to discuss "building Europe as a project of several generations".
On the occasion of the launching of the Eustory competition in France, six young Europeans discussed European topics with Jacques Delors and Valéry Giscard d’Estaing. One of the young people on the panel was be Roman Roobroeck, member of the EUSTORY alumni network and former prize winner of the EUSTORY competition in Belgium.
In its fifth edition Eustory Spain asked participants to present projects under the title "My Family in History". Managed since 2007 by the Real Maestranza de Caballería de Ronda (RMR), Eustory Spain awarded nine projects in this year's award ceremony that took place on 9 November 2012 in Ronda (Malaga).
Apply now! The European Charlemagne Youth Prize is open to people aged 16-30 who have undertaken projects fostering understanding, promoting the development of a shared sense of European identity, or offering practical examples of Europeans living together as one community.
The KARTA Center in Poland announced the seventeenth edition of the "History of Hand" competition for the school year 2012/2013. The competition topic is "Poles and their neighboursafter World War II: against each other, side by side,together". For the first time a specialaward will be given forinternationalteams.
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.