Apply to Participate in TACSO People2People Event: Going Beyond Pride and Pain?

Deadline: 21 May 2017

TACSO People2People is supporting the organization by EUROCLIO, in partnership with Anne Frank House and Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in South East Europe, of “Going Beyond Pride and Pain?”, the 3rd annual regional “History that Connects the Balkans” Summer School on 18-23 July 2017 in Albania.

This event aims to facilitate transnational transfer of knowledge and experience, to stimulate innovative teaching practices in the region, build capacity of educators and their associations for the teach and learning of responsible history that goes beyond the traditional focus of “pride and pain”.

During the summer school, participants will look back at decades of work and develop strategic planning for a history education for sustainable peace and inclusive societies. The event seeks to empower participants to set up activities and contribute to follow-up events, spin-off projects and online community building.

Eligibility Criteria

Through this open call, TACSO P2P will support the participation of 3 CSOs from each of the Western Balkan countries and Turkey (IPA Region).

How to Apply

Interested applicants must apply online via given website.

Eligible Countries: Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Albania and Turkey

For more information, please visit TACSO People2People Event.

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