Every year, all EUSTORY member organisations meet to discuss the network’s agenda, current trends in historical education and the practical aspects and best practice of running a history competition.
The foundations of the network are its history competitions. In more than 20 European countries students set out to discover their local history and to conduct research projects.
Prize winners of National EUSTORY History Competitions get the unique possibility to join EUSTORY Youth Activities, where they meet other young Europeans to discuss a European dimension on history and the shaping of the continent’s future.
What has shaped the European continent? And what can we learn for a better future? Young Europeans present their answers to these questions on the blog of our EUSTORY History Campus. The platform also displays the results of the EUSTORY Summits. Alumni and prize winners use the internal forum as "flipped classroom" and for sheltered communication.