Young Europeans exchange ideas during international youth meetings and discuss their experiences with and perspectives on history and identity. By working together with young people from different countries, the participants get to know various national perspectives, which enable them to engage in a critical and constructive examination of the past.
“The History of the Klemperer Collection – A Collective Comic”
19 - 21 November 2018, Dresden (Germany), Publication in April 2019
Organised by the Körber Foundation, the German Lost Art Foundation and the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden.
The participants addressed NS-persecution, provenance research and questions of restitution by producing an innovative comic about the fate of the family von Klemperer and their porcelain collection during and after the Nazi regime.
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“United or Divided in Diversity? National Identities in Europe”
2 - 8 October 2016 in Tiflis (Georgia)
Organised by the Körber Foundation together with EUSTORY as well as the Regional Office of DVV International in Tiflis.
The participants dealt with the topic of national identity and discussed its relevance for their personal lives, their home countries as well as their host country Georgia.
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“Backpacking Visegrád with Pen and Camera. Traces of Social Movements in Past and Present”
22 September - 1 October 2016 in Budapest (Hungary), Prague (Czech Republic) und Gdańsk (Poland)
Organised by the Körber Foundation together with EUSTORY, the European Solidarity Center in Warsaw (Poland) and PANT Citizens' Association in Ostrava (Czech Republic).
The participants travelled across three countries of the Visegrád Group and approached the roles of media and the public in protest movements in the past and present.
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April - September 2015, European Online Project with integrated History Camp in Berlin (Germany)
Over the course of several months, the participants in this online project dealt with the fates of children of war in Europe and their experiences with the public.
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2 - 9 September 2015 in Olsztyn (Poland)
Organised by the Körber Foundation and the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) with support by the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) as well as the Borussia Foundation Olsztyn (Fundacja Borussia Olsztyn, Poland).
The participants from 19 different countries approached questions of regional history and identity.
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7 - 11 May 2014 in Berlin (Germany)
Europe 14|14 was a common project of the Körber Foundation, the German Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb), the Robert Bosch Foundation in cooperation with the Maxim Gorki Theatre Berlin and numerous other partners.
Look back, think forward: 400 young Europeans met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and German Foreign Minister Franz-Walter Steinmeier and discussed the relevance of the First World War in today’s world from a European perspective.