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EuroClio is pleased to announce our upcoming webinar series Fake or Real, starting 10 November. The thematic focus on ‘fake news’ and propaganda is part of our collaboration with the House of European History, whose exhibition Fake For Real: A history of forgery and falsification runs until January 2022.

The webinar series will feature a keynote lecture along with workshops and interactive sessions focusing on how to help students deconstruct (historical) examples of propaganda, spot manipulation and develop a resilience towards them. As part of the webinar series, you will also discover the educational programme of the House of European History, including ready-to-use exercises to teach media literacy.

Our webinar series is free of charge and we extend a sincere thanks to our individual members for their financial support in developing this webinar series. Join us too with four easy online clicks and a yearly fee of €20.
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Contested Histories Onsite: Bronze Soldier of Tallinn

We are delighted to invite you to travel (virtually) to the Bronze Soldier of Tallinn. First unveiled by the Soviets in 1947 in celebration of the Red Army reaching Nazi-occupied Estonia, it remained one of the longest surviving Soviet monuments in the country. To unpack this site, Karsten Brüggemann (Tallinn University), will give a lecture on the historical background of the so-called ‘Bronze Nights’ and the memory conflict that surrounded the monument from its establishment up until its relocation from Tallinn's historical centre in 2007. Following this lecture Mare Oja (EuroClio Ambassador and lecturer at Tallinn University) and Linda Kaljundi (Estonian Academy of Arts) will offer an interactive workshop focusing on the different perspectives on the Bronze Soldier, and how we can deal with such contested memory sites in history teaching. 

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The webinar series on the Fragility of Democracy will close with an interactive session on Teachers as Changemakers. The participants will have the opportunity to share the obstacles they encounter when talking about democracy in their classroom, and to discuss approaches on how to overcome these challenges. This session will take place on 27 October 2021 at 17:00 CEST.
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Coming up soon
Our Sharing European Histories team is pleased to announce a self-guided course starting next month! The course centres around the 5 innovative strategies developed by the project for teaching multi-perspective and inclusive history. Would you like to receive a personalised reminder? Register your interest ->

Exciting announcement: our next Annual Conference 'What is History for?' and General Assembly will take place in Bologna from 28 April to 1 May 2022, with a hybrid General Assembly on Saturday 30 April. We will open pre-registration soon. In the meanwhile, save the date and stay tuned! 
News & updates
Opening speech by EuroClio Executive Director Steven Stegers
EuroClio is pleased to have joined forces with the National Committee of Russian Historians in co-organising the 1st World Congress of School History Teachers (Moscow, 4-7 October 2021). The Congress convened more than 300 history educators from all continents discussing both thematic and methodological issues of history education.

As a result of the Congress, EuroClio and the National Committee of Russian Historians have issued a joint resolution calling for increased international cooperation on history education. The resolution has been made available in both the English and Russian languages. Read the resolution here ->
EuroClio has launched an Instagram video challenge on Democracy: We want to to collect voices from young people aged 14-20 about why democracy matters, until October 31, 2021. The aim is to activate a conversation among diverse youth in Europe on the importance of democracy, and to find out how to better present the concepts and values of democracy to youth today. The winning video will be featured in all our channels! More info ->

Do you have a teaching practice to share related to global dimensions of national history and postcolonial history? Perhaps one that illustrates global perspectives with the history of your own country, region or nation as a starting point? We look for practices that are low-cost and easy to replicate as part of the project Critical History. The aim is to inspire colleagues to include such global dimensions in their own history teaching. 

Any ideas? Please contact Birgit Göbel ( with a short description and we will set up an interview!

In our latest project, Online Teaching in the Visegrad Region, we aim to answer the question: How can we conduct effective online teaching? We are looking for enthusiastic team members from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia to design and develop 8 ready-to-use Online Learning Activities as part of the project. Do you want to be part of a transnational team working to innovate history teaching? Explore the Call for Authors on our website -> 

Attention: The deadline for applications is November 21, 2021.
Inspiring teaching practices
Get inspired by these teaching practices on Heritage in history education, collected as part of the Critical History project
EuroClio - European Association of History Educators supports the development of responsible and innovative history, citizenship and heritage education by promoting critical thinking, multi-perspectivity, mutual respect, and the inclusion of controversial issues. Read more

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