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The 27th EuroClio Annual Conference on “Controversy and Disagreement in the Classroom” will take place in Belgrade, Serbia, from 31 March - 4 April 2020. Join us for five days of training workshops, keynotes, and active learning sessions - and some fun, too!

As part of the programme, participants will also have the opportunity to share their experiences of dealing with controversial history in their day-to-day work, providing a platform for peer-to-peer learning and networking.

Registration to the Conference will end 1 February, with only a limited number of seats available until 15 February on a first come first serve basis. Registrations for selected days only are possible and we encourage you to check the latest programme on our webpages. 

For any queries, please contact Alice Modena (


Do you teach in a diverse classroom? Are you looking for new ways to keep all of your students engaged in the topic, and to promote their understanding of the subject? If so, we invite you to join our upcoming webinar on Inclusive Education!

The webinar will introduce participants to the core concepts of quality history and citizenship education, along with the the seven barriers to it that have been identified in EuroClio's Strategies for Inclusion project. Participants will also have the possibility to try the Learning Activity on "Freedom of Speech - the Tinker Case", available on, both during a plenary session and by making use of virtual breakout rooms. Finally, we will launch the EuroClio Resources Centre, focusing on the good practices in Inclusive Education collected by the Strategies for Inclusion Team. We look forward to seeing you online!

Do you believe it is important to teach history that goes beyond national narratives? Do you enjoy sharing experiences with colleagues from your country and giving workshops? Do you want to come to EuroClio’s Annual Conference in Serbia? Then we are looking for you! The Evens Foundation and EuroClio will support six enthusiastic history educators to give a training based on the teaching strategies in the Sharing European Histories project. The deadline for submission is 5 February 2020. Read more about it here.
Association News
EuroClio welcomes new staff member
EuroClio’s Secretariat is pleased to announce the arrival of our newest staff member, Catherine Savitsky. Catherine joined EuroClio in December 2019 as a Junior Project Manager and Fundraising Officer. She will be coordinating EuroClio’s RETHINK and Learning History that is not yet History II projects, co-planning the Annual Conference, and leading our fundraising activities. 

Having received her Master of Russian and European Affairs from the University of Toronto, Catherine has spent several years researching memory politics in the Balkans. She previously worked for the Archives of Ontario and the Library of Parliament in Ottawa, and in 2018, as a trainee at EuroClio, she coordinated a study visit to Seoul, South Korea. 

Catherine is excited to join the Secretariat team, participate in its many projects, and meet the members of the EuroClio community. We welcome her on board and wish her a very warm welcome!

A new logo for EuroClio
As we begin work in a new decade, we are proud to present our new EuroClio logo. A new logo representative of our mission and values marks a key step in professionalising our communication efforts and raising the visibility of EuroClio’s work.
The new logo is the result of a process which invited the contribution of our extended community. We therefore direct a big and timely thanks to everyone who sent us ideas, or contributed to the ‘word cloud’ of what truly represents us as an Association! Read more about our new logo here.
Our latest blogs & reviews

Akala is a well-known figure in the UK, as a rapper, social entrepreneur and public speaker. An outspoken critic on the growing inequalities in the UK, 'Natives' tackles the oppressive features of class and race. Part autobiography, part polemic on class and race, our reviewer Maayke de Vries concludes that this is a book of particular interest to (history) educators, as it demonstrates how an uncritical curriculum glorifies certain groups in society while ignoring others. Read Maayke's full review here.
This past November, the Association pour le Patrimoine Industriel (API), an ecomusée in Geneva in charge of industrial heritage conservation, seized the opportunity to link their exhibit on linotype and printing machine systems with press censorship. EuroClio Ambassador Caroline Morel spoke to API’s director to discuss the thought process behind the exhibit and the larger mission of the museum - and how it ties in with history and citizenship education. Read the full article here.
Historiana Updates
New Source Collections available!

We are continuously working to expand our collections of free historical content on the Historiana portal. The Historiana team has now finalised 12 new source collections. Here's a sneak peak to three of them - stay tuned for accompanying blog posts on with suggested applications for the classroom!

Contrasting Catholic and Protestant Art

Precursors to the Reformation

Bologna and the Rise of Medieval Universities
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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