From 20 - 23 March 2013 twenty-eight organisers of national history competitions from twenty-two countries gathered for their annual EUSTORY network meeting in Riga. During a reception, Andris Bērziņš, President of Latvia, honoured the work of the EUSTORY network.
Ruprecht Polenz, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the German Bundestag, is a strong supporter of accepting a premise that the Islam belongs to Europe. On 13 March he spoke during a Europe@Debate event organised by FutureLab Europe and hosted by the Körber Foundation in Hamburg, Germany.
The award ceremony of the 9th edition of the Italian history competition took place in Turin on March 6, 2013 in the Science Centre for Children - Xké? – Il laboratorio della curiosità. The topic of the 9th edition was: "Man and Woman: How the Relationship changed".
From late January to early February, the EUSTORY alumni workshop "The Desire for Freedom - European values in times of crisis" took place in Berlin. The Körber Foundation and the German Historical Museum invited 15 young Europeans to discuss various aspects of the term "freedom"and its meaning for today's democracies.
On January 31, 2013, Marianne Birthler, the former Federal Commissioner for the Stasi Archives of the former GDR, spoke with Eustory alumni about “The Freedom of Remembrance – is Europe heading towards a shared culture of remembrance?”
The Danish prize giving ceremony took place in the Ministry of Education in Copenhagen on 30 January 2013. The competition topic was "Democracy" and the winning contribution was a video about the Arab spring made by three young students from Rysensteen High School in Copenhagen.
Gabriele Woidelko, managing director of EUSTORY, was invited by the European Parliament to present the work of EUSTORY to the planning board of the future House of European History in Brussels. Just like EUSTORY, the House seeks to contribute to the understanding of European history.
Nova Doba in the Ukraine has published a collection of articles entitled "Current Discussions About the Second World War". The collection is a result of three round tables in 2011 and 2012 with Ukrainian (and foreign) students, teachers, and scientists.
In November 2012, Roman Roobroeck, member of the EUSTORY alumni network and former prize winner of the EUSTORY competition in Belgium, was one of six young Europeans who met with Jacques Delors (former president of the European Commission) and Valéry Giscard d’Estaing (former French President) to discuss "building Europe as a project of several generations".