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.
How do young Israelis from the Jewish and Arab communities feel about their relationship?
That day we visited the area where I stayed when I came to Berlin for the first time. It has been my first and best impression and it still remains so. This is the place that creates its history in the most natural and independent way. The part of the big city that was considered[…]
They say people study their past to learn from their mistakes in order not to repeat them again in the future. That is claimed to be the aim of historical studies. At the first sight it sounds like a brilliant idea. However, history is a very oblique and unreliable science. In fact, no one knows[…]
During the workshops the group of Masar prepared a presentation about the place that they came from, the city of Nazareth. Click on the link to see the ppt-file: nazareth
Once upon today… we met in Krzyżowa. After a descent amount of free time we gathered in the Palace – the heart of the Krzyżowa estate. Here we began a next stage of our project. Our guide was Dominik Kretschman – trainer and teacher at the Krzyżowa Foundation. He is a man who knows everything[…]