The Journalist Natalia Konyashina interviewed participants of the workshop “Legacies of the Russian Revolution”, who have been uncovering the traces of the Russian Revolution during this Summit. Where do they still encounter traces of the revolution in their daily life today?
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 managed to
This a very important experience. Normally, you are going through your daily life, go to university, learn many things about your field, but don’t learn about the people and how history is really made. So if we don’t talk to each other, it is like we are living in one world, but seperated. We need the effort to understand each other.Summit participant Elena from Spain
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 participants told us why history
“I sensed a shared concern for maintaining European peace order and a commonly held aspiration to address the populism, nationalism, illiberalism, radicalism that we have in Europe”, said Franck Düvell after his talks with participants of the EUSTORY Summit in