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”,[…]
“I liked the workshop very much from the beginning, it was a lot of work, creativity, all the things combined together were good” “I liked the energy today” “One of the questions today made me reflect if we can use the whole method with young people and I reflected on how can we pack and[…]
Almost 30 participants from Poland, Estonia, Germany, Romania, Moldova and Ukraine started the international training “Once Upon Today … in Europe”, a full week covering methods, ideas or discussions on how to work with historical narratives in non-formal youth education. The training takes place between 25th September – 2nd October 2017 in the beautiful setting[…]
The project team met in Berlin to organise the next activities of “Once upon today… in Europe” in 2017! The project is going to take place this year for the fourth time, starting with a training between 25.09 – 02.10.2017 in Krzyzowa (Poland). And it also was a lot of fun 😉
A museum village with houses circled around a common core – that is the main idea of the “Once upon today… in Europe” museum by Ana, Bogdan, Artiem, Jola, Kriista, Pedru, Sven and Tatyana.