International workshop in Chisinau (Moldova) for multipliers in the sphere of
historical and civic education from Germany, Poland, Moldova and Ukraine
Discrimination, hatred and violence have reached dramatic proportions in Europe. Russia’s war against Ukraine brings immeasurable suffering to many people and threatens security throughout Europe. Differing interpretations of the past play an important role in this war and fuel the conflict, as well as other intra- and inter-state conflicts in Europe today. Contrasting narratives about the history of Nazism and World War II are particularly frequent (e.g. Holocaust denial, collobarotion, participation and role of own’s country). In our seminar we
want to discuss these contrasting narratives and discuss approaches for a differentiated history education, especially in the digital sphere.
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