Application for the Cultural Heritage Education conference

We are inviting  the educators from  Serbia to the conference Education on Cultural Heritage in Serbia. The conference will take place in September and we are preparing  a rich programme, full of active workshops, keynote lectures, networking and discussion sessions, along with a number of cultural activities in Belgrade!



Remembering Hilda Dajč Foundation

On 8.05. University Library  Svetozar Markovic hosted a ceremony marking two dates: 80 years since the young student and volunteer Hilda Dajc died in the Staro Sajmiste concentration camp, and 100 years since her birth. On that occasion, the "Memory of Hilda Dajc" award was given in two categories: the youth award for civic responsibility and social awareness was given to the Center for Youth Integration for the programme "Drop in shelter.
The award for exceptional contribution to the culture of memory was given to the Historical Archive of Belgrade for its work on the Jewish digital collection.

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EuroClio 28th Annual Conference

The annual EuroClio conference has been held this year in Italy from 28-1. May. Part of the conference was organized in Bologna, and two days were in Ferrara (Friday and Saturday). This year as well, Education for the 21st Century was actively participated in the conference, in the workshop dedicated to the Contested Histories project.

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Education on the cultural heritage of Serbia

The Cultural Heritage conference supported by the Ministry of Education of Serbia, will be organized in September in Belgrade. In cooperation with numerous institutions and schools, in addition to the accompanying program, a conference will be held at the Faculty of Philosophy and will present various projects that contribute to education about the cultural heritage of Serbia.
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Challenges of History Teaching in Europe

Challenges of history teaching in Europe have been the main topic of the international workshop held in Belgrade on 10 and 11 March 2022. The workshop was organized by the Council of Europe Office in Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Belgrade and the NGO Education for the 21st century, in the framework of the Month of Francophonie. The event was supported by the recently established Observatory on History Teaching in Europe (OHTE), an Enlarged Partial Agreement within the Council of Europe with a mission to promote quality education with the aim to enhance democratic culture. Serbia was one of the 17 founding states of the Observatory.

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We are implementing the BELGRADE ADVENTURE project in cooperation with the XIV Belgrade Gymnasium and the Georgije Ostrogorski Student Association with the support of various institutions of the City of Belgrade. The project started with the realization in December 2019 and has been going on continuously since then. Different cultural and artistic heritage of Belgrade is presented on our website.

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Learning to Disagree

A skilled team of 14 history educators has developed, as part of this project, 15 sets of content that enable students and educators to have dialogue, debates and discussions on contested issues. Each set of contents provides information on the issues at stake, the historical context, a variety of viewpoints, and questions that made students think.

These sets of content focus on four different themes:

  • People on the Move
  • Surviving Under Pressure
  • Contested Cultural Heritage

All these sets of content are available on, in the Historical Content section. To further help teachers using these resources, the Learning to Disagree team has developed dedicated lesson plans, which are available on in the Teaching and Learning section.

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