Exploring the different perspectives on the city of Wroclaw 29th September 2017

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[…]


Once upon today … in Europe 2017. 25th September 2017

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[…]


Microprojects “OUT” 2016

During the Youth Meeting in 2016, the groups of students from Estonia, Germany, Moldova, Ukraine, Romania and Poland presented the microprojects they had created in their home countries in order to present their lives, culture, city, country etc. Below, feel free to discover the different outcomes: 1.The microproject of the group from Estonia: Estonia 2.[…]


Creating a European Museum of History

The concepts of museums of history often focus a national level of history. In order to discover the relations between histories of different cultures, the participants of “Once upon today…in Europe” thought about elementary questions like “What is Europe?”, “What is history?” or “What is a museum?” before creating their own conpect of an international[…]