The Observatory on History Teaching in Europe is an Enlarged Partial Agreement of the Council of Europe, whose mission is to promote quality education in order to enhance the understanding of democratic culture. The Observatory provides a clear picture of the state of history teaching in its member states, based on reliable data and facts on how history is taught, through regular and thematic reports.
6 juin 2023
Ukraine joins the Observatory on History Teaching in Europe as Observer StateMembership Strasbourg, France 6 June 2023
“It is our belief that the Observatory provides a good opportunity to reinforce co-operation in...
12 mai 2023
History teaching and national minorities in Europe: between omissions, rehabilitations and competing memoriesArticle 19 May 2023
Piero S. Colla is a historian and sociologist trained in Bologna and holds a doctorate from...
25 avr. 2023
The World of History Education at your Finger Tips - registrations open for the HISTOLAB Digital HubResource Strasbourg, France 21 April 2023
via www.coe-histolab.eu The HISTOLAB Joint Project of the European Union and Council of Europe,...
How are pandemics and natural disasters taught ?
Why should pandemics and natural disasters be taught in history lessons?
Ways of teaching about the history of pandemics and natural disasters
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HISTOLAB - European Innovation Days in History Education
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