European Association of History Educators (EUROCLIO) is an umbrella association of more than seventy history, heritage, and citizenship educators' associations and other organizations active in the field. The organization was established in 1992 on request of the Council of Europe. Since then, EUROCLIO has worked in many European countries and beyond on a large variety of issues related to the learning and teaching of history.
EUROCLIO supports the development of responsible and innovative history, citizenship, and heritage education by promoting critical thinking, multi-perspectivity, mutual respect, and the inclusion of controversial issues. The Association advocates for the sound use of history and heritage education towards the building and deepening of democratic societies, connecting professionals across boundaries of communities, countries, ethnicities and religions.
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The Association invites university students and recent graduates to apply for a traineeship position to enrich their knowledge with the practical experience of working for an international NGO in the field of History Education. The traineeship period can be between 3-6 months at the EUROCLIO Secretariat in the Hague.