On 7 June, 2013 the award ceremony of Slovakia’s history competition took place in the UNESCO Information and Documentation Center in Bratislava. A total of 49 contributions written by 84 participants were submitted. The Slovak competition is organised by the Centre for Communication and Development(SCCD), a non-profit organisation which was founded in 2005.
This year's award ceremony in Bulgaria took place on 1 June, 2013 in Sofia in the National History Museum, located in the former socialist president’s residence. Former Bulgarian president Petar Stoyanov handed the awards to the students for their research works on the topic of 'Tolerance in Bulgaria'.
The award ceremony of the Latvian history competition took place in Riga, in The House of Blackheads, the President's residence, on 25 May, 2013. There were 135 research works this year, submitted by 165 students of all districts of Latvia. It was the 12th round of the national history competition and the topic of this round was “The history of education in Latvia”.
On 25 May, 2013, Switzerland’s History Competition HISTORIA awarded twelve young researchers during its award ceremony in the National Library in Berne. The topic was "A Place. Stories? History!" The winners came from all parts of Switzerland.
On 24 May 2013, the fifth round of the Finnish history competition officially ended with an award ceremony in the Hotel Klaus K in Helsinki. The topic 'Two stories' motivated 425 students to send in a total of 350 competition entries. Finland will be one of the places this year where a EUSTORY Youth Academy will take place.
The award ceremony of the Swedish History Competition was held in the University of Kristianstad on 24th of May. The topic of this year’s competition was (E) Migration: Immigration and Emigration in a local perspective. In attendance were the prizewinners, their tutors and parents...
The award ceremony for the 14th edition of the Estonian History Competition took place on 18th May at the Ministry of Education and Research in Tartu in the south of Estonia. This round marks the end of an era: Tiiu Ojala and Viivi Rohtla stepped down as Estonian organisers.
Youngsters from all over Russia celebrated the award ceremony of the 14th Russian history competition run by the International MEMORIAL Society in Moscow on 30 April 2013. It was great to see so much enthusiasm and commitment in these difficult times!
The Italian event in March kicked off this year's series of award ceremonies. On 30 April, the non-governmental organisation MEMORIAL will honour the winners of the Russian history competition in Moscow. The Estonian ceremony follows on 18 May, Finland and Sweden will hold their ceremonies on 24 May, followed by the Swiss and Latvian ceremonies one day later.