A joint event of the funding programs JUGEND erinnert and MEET UP! Youth for Partnership. Funded by the German Federal Foreign Office and the Foundation Remembrance, Responsibility and Future (EVZ).
The event will be interpreted in German, English and Russian.
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09:00 a.m. Start of the event
09:30 - 11:00 a.m. Workshops part 1
11:30 a.m. - 01:00 p.m. Workshops part 2
04:00 - 05:30 p.m Fireside Chats live
05:30 p.m. End of the event
The workshops take place in two rounds. This means you can participate in two out of four workshops. Please register for your desired workshops.
Hannah-Maria Liedtke, pedagogical advisor for civic education // Demokratiekunst
What can civic and history education on the local level look like for young people? Hannah-Maria Liedtke presents the approach of local youth history work and exemplary projects illustrating the principles of the method. In practical exercises, participants can apply the approach to their own projects and discuss their findings and experiences.
Karl Michael Drohsel, engineer, artist, game developer // STUDIO IN // stabil Berlin/Vienna
The action-oriented approaches of “articipation” and “gamicipation” developed by Karl Michael Drohsel are applied to projects involving individuals or groups in various processes. These projects can be located in the field of memory work, monument protection and preservation or social and cultural urban development. The workshop will help to identify new potentials in memory work and to allay concerns regarding the topic "play" in history education and memorial work.
Kim Staudt and Fiete Stegers, research associates // #UseTheNews / HAW Hamburg
In order to empower young people to participate in political processes, their news consumption behaviour needs to be understood and their media literacy strengthened. Based on broad research, UseTheNews develops various educational resources and materials to teach young people media literacy. Their young NewZees - advisory board supports them with their own perspective, which Anna and Jolan will tell about at the workshop.
Michael Metzger, Sophie Gacs, innovations consultants // D.Network
Much of the work in memory formats is about immersing oneself in history by visiting historical places. What can this look like when travelling is not possible – because borders are closed, there is no budget or there is an outbreak of a pandemic? Sophie Gacs and Michael Metzger will give you an insight into working with objects, spaces, distance, time and senses and how to combine them into hybrid, interactive online formats. You will learn about methods to activate participants and novel tools to support interaction and immersion.
Moderation: Sumi Somaskanda
Dr. Jelena Đureinović
Historian, postdoctoral researcher at research platform "Transformations and Eastern Europe" at the University of Vienna with focus on contemporary history, memory studies, Yugoslavia and the post-Yugoslav space.
Dr. Matthias Schwartz
Slavist and historian, head of the program area World Literature at Leibniz Centre for Literary and Cultural Research with a focus on Eastern European literatures, cultures of memory, youth cultures and popular science.
Goga Katalandze started as a research analyst at the UN Association in Georgia and now works as a Junior National Operations Officer at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Georgia. His focus is on youth politics, activism and democratisation issues.
Project and PR manager at “Common Sense” Youth Organisation, Azerbaijan. Leyla Jabbarzade is actively involved in the implementation of youth projects to bring awareness to human rights, equality, peace education, youth education and social inclusion.
Tetiana Krukovska is the head of the Ukrainian NGO “Tolerance in You” and a “LIKHTAR” project coordinator at Bildungsstätte Bredbeck since she had to leave Ukraine because of the war. In Ukraine she worked in the fields of development of non-formal education in East-Ukraine, international youth exchanges and filmmaking.