23rd @EUROCLIO Annual Conference

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23rd EUROCLIO Annual Conference

“Remembering the Difficult Past through History and Heritage Education”

Calling for Registrations, Workshop Proposals & Offers Exciting Programme with Key Note Speeches by Prominent Historians, Minister For Education, Partnerships across Northern Ireland & Europe and many more…

 

19-24 March 2016, Belfast

 

Conference offers much more: The conference programme has by now been enriched with an attendance of Northern Ireland Minister for Education John O’Dowd, the key-note speeches from several prominent historians, including prof. Tony Gallagher (Queens University), Eamon Phoenix (Stanmillis College), Philip Orr (Author of several books and Historian). Partnerships with reconciliatory organizations Corymeela and Nerve Centre mean a true asset to the on-site learning programme, whereas partnerships with National Museums Northern Ireland and Ulster Museum, as well as Queens University, mean that most of the conference venues are now determined. Ulster University, St Mary’s College are taking bigger role in the making of the programme. More new programme elements are in the making. See the preliminary programme here.

 

Final festive dinner hosted at the historical City Hall: Even more spectacularly, we can announce that the final dinner and reception will be held at the beautiful and historic Belfast City Hall.

 

Attractive accommodation deals are available: This year, EUROCLIO has chosen not to book accommodation for the participants, to offer some more leeway and flexibility. Some attractive deals for the conference participants are available. You can find information on these deals here.

 

It is still possible to create your own workshop: Participants are encouraged to implement their own workshop at the conference. Click here to access the application form. The deadline for workshop applications is on 15 December 2015

 

Possibility to apply for local funds: For countries with a British Council Office, there is an option to apply for grants for participation at the EUROCLIO Annual Conference. You can find a list of British Council offices here. If your country falls within this list, and you wish to apply for a grant, please contact the EUROCLIO staff for more information.

 

Register is still open: Conference open for registrations until 1 December 2015. Click here to register.

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The conference is registered at Erasmus+catalogue. Find out if your institute has received an Erasmus+ grant which can support your participation at the conference. Visit the official Catalogue.

 

 

Conference Fee

The total for participating in all 5 days is €570 per person. It is also possible to attend the conference on a daily basis. Please contact the conference organisers for more information.

 

 

 

Contact person: Aysel Gojayeva (aysel@euroclio.eu)

 

 

 

 

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