The Value of Volunteering: My Teaching Experience With Balkan Route Migrants
EUSTORY History Campus Blog
by María
1M ago
Migration flows towards Italy make headlines in European newspapers, depicting the struggles for survival on the Mediterranean sea and discussing the political deals coming along with it. At the same time, other migrant routes receive less attention: In the city of Trieste in Eastern Italy, thousands of migrants arrive via the Balkan route each year. The post The Value of Volunteering: My Teaching Experience With Balkan Route Migrants appeared first on EUSTORY History Campus ..read more
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Lari, Leva, Krones and Euros: Young Perspectives on Europe’s Currencies
EUSTORY History Campus Blog
by Liliana
3M ago
Cashless payments and cryptocurrencies are gaining ground. Which role do physical banknotes still play for Europe's youth? The post Lari, Leva, Krones and Euros: Young Perspectives on Europe’s Currencies appeared first on EUSTORY History Campus ..read more
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Voices from the Vltava: Dialogues to Remember
EUSTORY History Campus Blog
by Sabina
4M ago
In Autumn 2023, the EUSTORY Next Generation Summit took place under the motto "Dialogues to Remember". In the heart of the Czech Republic’s capital, the journalistic Summit-workshop followed the question "What are dialogues to remember for people in Prague?". Armed with curiosity, the workshop participants entered the cobblestone streets to find out which dialogues are being remembered by the citizens of Prague. The post Voices from the Vltava: Dialogues to Remember appeared first on EUSTORY History Campus ..read more
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Climate Change in Georgia: “We Have to Exist Today to Worry about Tomorrow”
EUSTORY History Campus Blog
by Rusudan
5M ago
“Fridays for Future” is present in many Western European countries. But in Georgia, awareness for climate change is lacking... The post Climate Change in Georgia: “We Have to Exist Today to Worry about Tomorrow” appeared first on EUSTORY History Campus ..read more
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The Pulse of Europe’s Youth
EUSTORY History Campus Blog
by Anne
6M ago
Which traces did recent crises and wars in Europe leave? Which worries and which hopes does Europe's youth have? Find answers in EUSTORY's European Youth Survey. The post The Pulse of Europe’s Youth appeared first on EUSTORY History Campus ..read more
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Stitching Tradition: A Piece of Spanish History in my Grandmother’s Dress
EUSTORY History Campus Blog
by María
6M ago
For almost four decades, Francoism defined how to believe and behave. María from Spain remembers her grandmother, who only dressed freely after Democracy arrived... The post Stitching Tradition: A Piece of Spanish History in my Grandmother’s Dress appeared first on EUSTORY History Campus ..read more
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Love Across the Sound
EUSTORY History Campus Blog
by Jakob
7M ago
In July 2000, a bridge of 8km length between two countries was opened. After centuries of separation by sea, the Øresund Bridge made it possible to drive between the two Nordic countries of Denmark and Sweden by car. Jakob from Denmark shares how this impacted his family. The post Love Across the Sound appeared first on EUSTORY History Campus ..read more
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Blogging History: Journalism Made by You
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by ggwebentwicklung
7M ago
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Building Bridges: From Conflict to Cooperation
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by ggwebentwicklung
7M ago
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Mapping the Future: A Forecast Lab for Tomorrow’s Europe
EUSTORY History Campus Blog
by ggwebentwicklung
7M ago
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