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EUROCLIO, the European Association of History Educators
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Herr Jonathan Even-Zohar
Herr Jonathan Even-Zohar
EUROCLIO, the European Association of History Educators promotes a responsible and innovative teaching of history, based on multi-perspectivity, critical thinking, mutual respect, and the inclusion of controversial issues. It promotes a sound use of history education towards the building and deepening of democratic societies, connecting professionals across boundaries of countries, ethnicities and religions. EUROCLIO believes that the past does not stop at national borders and that history education has a significant impact on how people look at the world around them. The Association propagates an approach to history education that deconstructs historical myths and negative stereotypes. While combating the instrumentalisation of history education for petty political objectives, EUROCLIO’s work fosters mutual understanding among Europe’s citizens, and defends the acknowledgement of societies’ cultural and linguistic diversity. EUROCLIO promotes teaching an attractive, engaging and relevant history, heritage and citizenship education, supporting the 21st Century knowledge-based and global society. It seeks to enhance the quality of history and citizenship education through capacity building for educators and producing innovative teaching tools.
In 2011, EUROCLIO represents 79 independent and volunteer History heritage and citizenship Educators’ Associations and related Institutes from 43 mostly European countries. It reaches out to a network of at least 25.000 history, heritage and citizenship educators. In their daily work they contact up to 5.000.000 students and pupils per year. The organisation was established in 1993 on request of the Council of Europe. Since then, EUROCLIO has worked in active partnership with the Council of Europe and obtained participatory status as international non-governmental organisation within the conference of iNGO’s. EUROCLIO works together with UNESCO, the UN Alliance of Civilizations and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). EUROCLIO receives core funding from the European Commission and is an active member of the European Union Stakeholders Platforms for Life Long Learning, for Citizenship and for Multilingualism.
Since the early 1990s EUROCLIO has worked in many European countries and beyond, but its main focus has been on European countries in political transformation and in particular those with inter-ethnic and inter-religious tensions such as Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Romania, Russia and Ukraine. It also works in regions which have experienced recent violent conflicts such as Former Yugoslavia, Cyprus or Georgia. EUROCLIO work brings together historians and history educators to share experiences, to implement innovative learning about the past, discussing also sensitive and controversial issues and therefore creating new and inclusive historical narratives.
EUROCLIO propagates a shift in contents, methods as well as pedagogy of school history aiming to implement a new paradigm of history and citizenship education. This means an enhanced balance between geographical dimensions and political, cultural, economic and social perspectives, as well as a shift towards a more European but also global perspective. This also means more emphasis on the history of everyday life and on concepts such as migration, gender, mutual inclusiveness, human rights, diversity and environment. EUROCLIO advocates an educational approach that neither white-washes or sanitizes problematic national and global narratives of the past nor presents a non-controversial, rosy historical picture, but a method that brings a multidimensional and complex past into being.
EUROCLIO promotes a history education based on key and transversal competencies, stimulating teachers to foster students’ skills to critically think, to analyse, to question, to interpret, to judge, and to decide.
EU policies in the fields of education, culture and citizenship
EUROCLIO is a central European stakeholder in the field of Education&Training as well as in the field of History, Heritage and Citizenship. Its main areas of lobby are the Access to Lifelong learning for educators, the European dimension of History, Heritage and Citizenship (education), and the Recognition of the role and Sustainability of Non-Profit Organisations.
EUROCLIO provides solutions to some of Europe's most pressing problems including a lack of sense of belonging of Europe’s (younger) population. We communicate the Association’s contribution to the European project and spread this message through meetings with a wide variety of agents. A measurable result can only be achieved when the work of the Association is mainstreamed into curricula, textbooks, national teacher training programmes, school teaching and examination programmes. Therefore Europe-wide political and governmental endorsement is indispensible. Henceforth, the Associations continue its awareness-raising activities among national and European politicians and educational authorities. At the same time it will stimulate and support its Members organisations with all possible means for their lobby work on a local level.
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Albanian History Teachers Association(60),
Konferenz für Geschichtsdidaktik Österreich(60),
The Azerbeijani History Teachers Association(60),
Belorusian Association of Historians(60),
Rogneda, the History Teachers Association of Belarus(60),
Сдружение на преподавателите по история в България(120),
Hrvatska udruga nastavnika povijesti (HUNP)(60),
Όμιλος Ιστορικού Διαλόγου και Έρευνας(60),
Association of History and Dialogue for Peace(60),
Kıbrıs Türk Orta Eğitim Öğretmenler Sendikası(200),
Association of Greek-Cypriot philologist SEKF-OELMEK(70),
Asociace učitelů dějepisu všeobecně vzdělávacích škol České republiky(200),
Danish History teachers's Association(1150),
The Historical Association(1700),
United Kingdom History Teacher Education Network(60),
Eesti Ajaloo- ja Ühiskonnaõpetajate Selts(300),
Historian ja yhteiskuntaopin opettajien liitto HYOL ry(1400),
Association des Professeurs d'Histoire et Geographie(750),
Verband der Geschichtslehrer Deutschlands e.V.(3200),
ისტორიის მასწავლებელთა საქართველოს ასოციაცია(300),
Πανελλήνια Ένωση Φιλολόγων(60),
Association of History and Civics Teachers "Filia"(60),
Association of Islandic Historians(60),
The History Teachers' Association of Iceland(60),
Cumann Múinteoirí Staire na hÉireann(500),
Associazione di insegnanti e ricercatori sulla didattica della storia(60),
LANDIS – Laboratorio Nazionale per la Didattica della Storia(30),
SHOQATA E MËSIMDHËNËSVE TË HISTORISË SË KOSOVËS(60),
Latvijas Vēstures skolotāju biedrība(277),
Lietuvos istorijos mokytojų asociacija(90),
Association Luxembourgeoise des Enseignants d'Histoire(60),
Асоцијација на Наставници по Историја на Македонија (АНИМ)(40),
Għaqda tal-Għalliema tal-Istorja(38),
Vereniging van docenten in Geschiedenis en staatsinrichting in Nederl(2200),
Northern Ireland HTA(60),
Stowarzyszenie Navczycieli Historii(60),
Associaçao de Professores de História(1150),
Asociaţia Profesorilor de Istorie "Clio" Neamţ(400),
SOCIETATEA DE ŞTIINŢE ISTORICE DIN ROMÂNIA(2000),
History Teachers Association of Arkhangelsk(60),
History Teachers Association of Khabarovsk(60),
History Teachers Association of Moscow(60),
History Teachers's Association of St Petersburg(60),
Scottish Association of Teacher in History(60),
Udruženje za društvenu istoriju(200)Hungarian Teachers Association of Slovakia(35),
Slovak History Teachers Association(60),
Slovenian History Teachers's Association(200),
Asociacion del Profesorado de Historia y Geografia(400),
Historie Lärarnas Fórening,HLF(750),
Societe Suisse des maitres d'Histoire(60),
Republic Association of Teachers of History, Law and Public Science(60),
Всеукраїнська асоціація викладачів історії, суспільних дисциплін та гр(60),
Association of History Teachers in Wales(200),
National Centre for History Education(60),
Textbook research centre for the Baltic(60),
European Educational Publishers Group(60),
המכון לחקר רוסיה ומזרח אירופה ע"ש קמינגס(60),
Europese Beweging Nederland (EBN)(60),
Association Ben Baso(60),
Istanbul Social Science Teachers(60),
Kıbrıs Türk Orta Eğitim Öğretmenler Sendikası(60),
Tarih Eğitimcileri Birliği Derneği(100),
Asociaţia Istoricilor din Republica Moldova – AIRM(60),
Union of the Armenian History Educators(47),
“Azərbaycan Tarixçiləri” İctimai Birliyi(70),
Moroccan Center For Civic Education(200),
Vlaamse Vereniging Leerkrachten Geschiedenis en Cultuurwetenschappen(400),
DFG-Projekt "Geschichtsatlanten in Europa"(60)
EUROCLIO has developed over the last two decades a wide variety of Partnerships. It has special relationships with several Intergovernmental Organisations, Organisations and Institutes related to history and history and citizenship education and special interest networks. The Association has been recognized by several intergovernmental organisations as an important actor in the field of history, heritage and citizenship education.
EUROCLIO was established on a request of the Council of Europe in 1991. Since then, EUROCLIO obtained participatory status as international non-governmental organisations with the Council of Europe conference of iNGO’s and has worked in active partnership with the Council of Europe in a wide variety of pan-European, regional and national projects regarding history and citizenship education. In 2001 EUROCLIO participated in the many meetings that preceded the drafting of this important recommendation about the basic principles of responsible history education. And the Recommendation 1880 about History teaching in conflict and post-conflict areas from 2009 calls again to encourage teachers to join Associations of history teachers and attend events such as those run by EUROCLIO in order to help develop confidence, experience and expertise.
Between 2006 and 2013 EUROCLIO received operational support from the EU Lifelong Learning Programme. Since 2014 the Association receives operational support from the EU Europe for Citizens Programme. The Association is a member of Commission-related networks such as EUCIS-LLL, the European Civil Society Platform for Life Long Learning and the Citizenship Structured Dialogue Group.
EUROCLIO is an NGO in operational relations with UNESCO since 2012.
EUROCLIO is Head of the Anna Lindh Network in the Netherlands. The Anna Lindh Foundation for Dialogue between Cultures is bringing people together from across the Mediterranean to improve mutual respect between cultures in the Euro-med region.
EUROCLIO is a member of the European Civic Forum and the DARE Network for Human Rights and Citizenship Education
01/2013 - 12/2013
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EU Lifelong Learning Programme, EU Eastern Partnership Culture Programme, Europe for Citizens Programme
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