KS kultura sjećanja / remembrance culture

(Re)Viewing European Stories

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Dec. 9, 2020

(Re)Viewing European Stories” is an educational project that aims to promote historical critical thinking among high school students and teachers by developing new interactive learning activities based largely on audiovisual archival content from the EUscreen and Europeana collections.

Starting from three short films, resulting from the InBetween?project, a European initiative created and coordinated by the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity, the partners developed three interactive learning activities, which are intended to widen students’ perspectives on European history, make them reflect on borders, their significance, and their role in European history.

The project ran between October 2019 and September 2020.

Co-ordinated by the EUscreen Foundation, funded by the Evens Foundation, and supported by EuroClio, the project brought together archival practitioners, historians and educators, as well as external experts from a number of European countries: Documenta – center for dealing with the past (Croatia), Borderland Foundation (Poland), European Observatory on Memories (Spain), European Network Remembrance and Solidarity (Poland and others), National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute (Poland), Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Netherlands), with Jacek Staniszewski (Poland), a history teacher and EuroClio ambassador, serving as an independent education lead.

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