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:
Students from Tallinn are looking for memories of of the “glorious days” when the Kirov fishermen collective on Viimsi peninsula was know all over the Soviet Union.
Visiting 19th century factory buildings in the Polish city Łódź or an old fisherman collective in Estonia, analysing photos of teenage fashion in Soviet times in Ukraine or meeting witnesses of WW II in Moldova… until October young people in six countries will discover hidden stories in their home towns.
A team of 10 people will research school books from after 1991 to the present from Moldova and Romania. They will make proposals to change/adjust the curricula or contents in each country/region.
Lada and Liliya interviewed young Jewish Ukrainians from Lviv and Kiev about their identity.
Follwing Once Upon Today, Aylin has reinvestigated the story of her grandpa as a soldier during WWII. One story to be discovered behind three versions.
The Israeli-Arab group from Masar invited us to visit them in their beautiful hometown Nazareth. Micro-project of the group from Negev.
1948 – the year Israel was established is a significant date for Palestinians who lost there homes. The Masar group’s micro-project.
Tomasz and Michal organised a workshop back home – here are some impressions from the discussions.