What was ordinary before the pandemic now seems like an extraordinary event: Denmark was the first EUSTORY Member to host a face-to-face award ceremony this year. On 6 June 2021, the ceremony took place at the Museum of Copenhagen.
Ireland’s EUSTORY Competition went nationwide this year as »The Irish National History Competition« (INHC). The new competition iteration extended essay invitations much farther afield to more than 260 secondary schools within the Irish Republic.
During the EUSTORY Network’s first virtual annual meeting, EUSTORY Competition Organisers not only shared digital innovations from their national projects but also focused on (post)colonial monuments that polarise.
The whole world is experiencing the crisis, but young people’s voices are often ignored. The EUSTORY eCommemoration Campus 2020 "Beyond the Crisis" focused on young Europeans' perceptions of the crisis.
Isolation has given the Irish National History Competition a newfound lease of life: In 2020, the Irish National History Competition has cast its net much farther afield - this year appealing for entries from more than 700 Irish secondary schools. Directly aligned with Europe’s EUSTORY Network, this year the Irish competition is poised to go viral.
Carrying out physical experiments, writing short stories, doing historical research and playing the piano – Elene has a lot of hobbies. But first and foremost, she aims at contributing to change in her home country Georgia.