Protestant network for civic youth education (D)
Burgus Association (RO)
Tallinn University (EST)
National Association of Young Historians of Moldova (MOL)
The OUT Training 2017 in Krzyżowa was a great experience. Find some impressions here!
During the OUT Training 2015, participants from different countries got together in Poland to learn new methods & approaches. Click for some impressions!
During the Youth Meeting 2016, participants from Germany, Moldova, Poland, Ukraine & Estonia learned about European History, had a guided Tour through Wrocław, got to know each other and more… Click here to see some photos!
Find all information about the OUT Training 2019 “(Y)our 1989”. The project will take place at the International Youth Meeting Center Krzyżowa, Poland.
Click on the link below to see the outcome of the micro project from the “Once upon today… in Europe” Youth meeting 2018. This is the work of the Polish group from Liceum ogólnokształcące im. Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie:
When we were children, we used to build little animals or creatures from chestnuts. You only need simple things in order to do this – a few matches, a little knife and any paper or materials you think can make your new “design” come to life. It is also a nice way to start conversations[…]
The participants experienced the city of Wroclaw through different perspectives that took them beyond the surface of what one might discover as a simple tourist. During the first half of the day, they took part in a Guided Tour which included an introduction to different parts of the city and aspects of its history. During[…]
“We are like coloured pencils in a case. We are different, but we are in the same box, the same world” and “Although we are from different countries, the things in our flowers are the same” are a few of the ideas underlined by some of the participants in the Flowers of Identity method at[…]
The European Museum of History method spread over one day and it challenged the participants to create a museum. At the beginning, the participants identified a series of key words in answer to the questions of “How could history divide people?”, “How can we, in a museum, show what is different in a negative way”,[…]