History Project 2008

History Project 2008
Balkan Stories: Good Practices of History Teaching in South Eastern Europe

(In English)

Publication - PDF file - 2 MB




History Project 2008

Using Oral History Method in Practice
Srebrenica, Everyday Life after Genocide

Vasja Rovsnik
(In Slovenian)

Publication - PDF file - 440 KB




History Project 2008

For the Sake of the Future

Vanya Ivanoava
(In English)
Bulgarian Diplomatic Review, issue 2, 2008

Publication - JPEG file - 634 KB




History Project 2006

History Project 2007

Enjoying Teaching. Oral History in the Classroom (in Bulgarian)

Publication - PDF file - 1.2 MB




History Project 2006

History Project 2007

Enjoying Teaching. Oral History in the Classroom (in Serbian)

Publication - PDF file - 1.1 MB




The Oral History Method in the Process of Teaching History in the Classroom

By Igor Jurukov
(In Macedonian)

Publication - WORD file - 42 KB




Article about Oral History Method ...

Article about Oral History Method and the History Project in a School Inspectorate Magazine

By Anca Potra, Satu Mare, Romania
(in Romanian)

Publication - PDF file - 44 KB




Diverse Approaches towards Diverse Past

Diverse Approaches towards Diverse Past

The History Project in LlinE magazine
Lifelong Learning in Europe 3/2006




Oral History in the Classroom

History Project 2006
Enjoying Teaching -
Oral History in the Classroom

Publication - PDF file - 2 MB




The History Project in Romania

"The History Project in Romania"




Remember for the Future

Article about the History Project in the Romanian magazine "Memoria"

The History Project 2004
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“Remember for the Future”




Remember for the Future

The History Project 2004 -
“Remember for the Future”

Teaching Methods, Ways of Interaction and Reconciliation in South Eastern Europe

(Executive Summary)




The Travelling Exhibition

The History Project 2004 -
“Remember for the Future”

The Travelling Exhibition

Publication - PDF file - 1.17 MB

Albania - Word - 62 KB
Bosnia & Herzegovina - Word - 96 KB
Bulgaria - Word - 94 KB
Germany - Word - 31 KB
Macedonia - Word - 81 KB
Romania - Word - 90 KB
Serbia & Montenegro - Word - 88 KB





Remember for the future

The History Project 2004 -
“Remember for the Future”

Teaching Methods, Ways of Interaction and Reconciliation in South Eastern Europe


Publication - PDF file - 1.38 MB




Remember for the future

“Remember for the Future”
Project - Expo Romania

The Armed Anticommunist Resistance In Romania During 1944-1962





Remember for the future

“Remember for the Future”






Remember for the future

"To have a future, one must know the past."
Wilhelm von Humboldt, 1767-1835

This report is about the project "Remember for the future", about individual life stories and methods by which people can take their fate into their own hands in order to live together in peace in Europe. A glance at the flashpoints throughout the world shows how difficult it is to learn from history and to start again in new directions. But if we want to change things, it is no good giving up and doing nothing. We have to involve ourselves and to set our faces against forgetting and suppressing the past. Each one of us carries within us the responsibility for ensuring lasting peace in the world community - beginning at home.

Prof.Dr.Rita Suessmuth
President of the DVV
Vice-President of OSCE