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Publicēja 2015. gada 21. marts 08:09Danute Grīnfelde   [ atjaunināts 2015. gada 21. marts 08:20 ]

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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION international training “Internment Without Trial – Examples from the Soviet and Nazi Regimes”


EUROCLIO is delighted to announce the official Call for Participation for our International Training Seminar within its Multi-Faceted Memory Project. The conference will take place in Tallinn, Estonia from 21 until 24 May, 2015. The conference is organized by EUROCLIO in close cooperation with the Estonian Institute for Historical Memory, the Tallinn University Centre for History Didactics and the Estonian History and Civics Teachers Association.

You are invited to come and experience a professional training course gathering around 45 history, heritage and citizenship educators from all over Europe, including Croatia, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Ukraine and United Kingdom. The engaging programme aims to equip educators with adequate tools to raise awareness on the multi-faceted dimension of 20th-century European historical memory among youngsters. The participants will learn through workshops, on-site study visits, peer learning and debating how to address and teach about Europe’s totalitarian past with a special focus on internment as means of repression.

Participants are expected to be practitioners in history and heritage education with a working level of English, committed to work during the training with the other participants, and interested in future cross-border cooperation on history education.

Please click HERE for the draft programme of the conference.

Fee and Grants

There will be no fee for this training.

There are grants available for selected participants to cover all costs for accommodation, meals and the cultural programme. Travel expenses must be covered by the participants themselves. If you want to apply for this grant, please tick the box in the registration form.

The selection will be based on motivation, geographical and gender balance. In addition, we have around 5 spots available for participants that are able to arrange and cover their own accommodation – on a first come- first serve basis.

How to Register?

Interested applicants can register for the training seminar. Please register here.