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Voices from the Vltava: Dialogues to Remember

In Autumn 2023, the EUSTORY Next Generation Summit took place under the motto "Dialogues to Remember". In the heart of the Czech Republic’s capital, the journalistic Summit-workshop followed the question "What are dialog... (more)

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From Peace to Populism: How Serbia Became an Outlier

Serbia at the crossroads: Uncertain times are fertile ground for autocrats and populism. This is what Petar and his peers from Belgrade experiences in his home country every day.

Kreuzberg – The Berlin Face of Contrasts

What are the reasons to live in Kreuzberg and is it a good place for young people? How diverse and culturally appealing is it? While in Germany’s capital city, the Editors' team took the opportunity to stroll the streets... (more)

Abortion in Ireland: the Upcoming Referendum

Pro-Choice or Pro-Life? This divisive question concerning women’s reproductive rights is taking centre-stage in Europe: In March 2018, ten thousands took to the streets in Poland protesting against the toughening of the ... (more)

Food and Faith: Practising religion during the Summit

Going to the synagogue three times a day, praying with a branch of a palm tree and eating kosher food. Orthodox Judaism demands many rules to be obeyed. Shahar from Israel, an orthodox Jew himself, explains how he manage... (more)

What was most inspiring at the Summit so far?

Jonas, Denmark Sara, Slovenia Ronja, Germany Florian, Germany Bohdana, Yuliia & Krystyna, Ukraine Andreas, Belgium  

Why is history important to you?

Driven by their passion for history more than 100 young Europeans made their way to Berlin, against all odds: storm Xavier devastated northern parts of Germany cutting of train connections to the German capital. Five par... (more)

#CallSerbia: Presidential Elections: A »White Knight« Challenging the System?

Milena from Serbia asked three young voters to explain their choice in the Serbian elections.

#CallBulgaria: Backwards to the Future or On the Train of Unkept Promises

On 26th March, Bulgarians are electing their parliament members. Convened earlier than originally scheduled, as a consequence of prime minister Boyko Borisov’s resignation, the elections are preceded by a campaign that h... (more)

Rallying for the Reconquista – Incognito Among the Identitarians

After a long camapaign the Austrian Voters finally elected Alexander von der Bellen as the new president. The candidate of the far-right party FPÖ, Norbert Hofer, got more than 46 percent of the vote. With this, the FPÖ,... (more)

Time to say Goodbye

History Campers’ backpacking or rather suitcase-dragging tour from Budapest, through Prague and up (literally) to Gdansk came to an end. Read what they did on their last day, how they re-energized and how they fini... (more)

@work in Gdansk, day 7: Switching the roles – interviewing the usual interviewers

On their second day in Gdansk, our participants realized that the “Backpacking Višegrad” History Camp is slowly coming to an end. Saddened by this fact, but highly motivated, they began their day that promise... (more)

Learning About Solidarity and Bloody Pacifications of Protests

Wednesday is the day for starting a new, this time Polish, adventure in the city of Gdansk. The first day in Gdansk included four interesting and inspiring interviews, a visit to the Solidarity centre’s library and... (more)

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