On 23 July 2022, competition participants and special guests gathered at the Caucasus University Tbilisi for the Georgian award ceremony. Among the prize winners was Ketevan Khizanishvili with her story of a “Vicious Circle”.
Building on its 2021 popularity, the Irish National History Competition returned another bumper crop of 18 high-calibre finalists from more than 80 entries. Such was the standard in 2022, organisers pushed their online awards announcement to ensure greater consensus among the judging panel.
How does the war in Ukraine affect EUSTORY History Competition Projects in Eastern Europe? More than a month after Russia started its attack on Ukraine, EUSTORY’s project partners of the DVV International cooperation share their perspective on the war and talk about impacts on their project activities.
35 staff members of national EUSTORY History Competitions used the network’s digital kick-off event of 2022 for a joint reflection of impacts of the war in Ukraine and other current challenges on their work.