EUSTORY Next Generation Summit 2017
October 6 – 10, Berlin
The fate of Europe in past, present and future is what more than 100 young Europeans from 30 countries discussed at the EUSTORY Next Generation Summit 2017 in Berlin. Together with experts from the fields of academia, journalism, education and arts they explored, analysed, discussed and even staged different historical topics and highlighted their relevance for a changing Europe today.
We have accompanied three participants through the EUSTORY Summit 2017. See and hear how Anna-Maria from Romania, Elena from Russia and Leonardo from Italy experienced the event in Berlin:
Against Radicalisation in Contemporary Europe
Partner: Kultura Liberalna
Legacies of the Russian Revolution
Explore the Revolutionary Heritage of Europe
Partner: MEMORIAL Society Moscow
An Artistic Journey through Past and Present Europe
Partner: Marc Sinan Company
Europe on Display
Build your House of European History
Partner: House of European History
Childhood Stories of Forced Migration
Politically Shaped Biographies on Stage
Partner: Vajswerk Recherchetheater Berlin
Fake or Real?
The Media in the Era of ›Post Truth‹
Partner: History Campus
Articles on the EUSTORY Next Generation Summit 2017
The Journalist Natalia Konyashina interviewed participants of the workshop “Legacies of the Russian Revolution”, who have been uncovering the traces...
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 ...
Jonas, Denmark Sara, Slovenia Ronja, Germany Florian, Germany Bohdana, Yuliia & Krystyna, Ukraine Andreas, Belgium
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 ...