EUROCLIO is inviting History, Heritage and Citizenship Educators to register in an exciting international training seminar in San Sebastian (Spain) taking place between 11-16 November 2013. European GRANTS are available.
WHAT DOES THE SEMINAR OFFER?
The seminar titled as ‘Traces of the Past as Resources for Living together in the Present. Teaching Intercultural Citizenship through Historical Heritage and Memory’ offers an excellent opportunity to participate in an international professional development training course; engage in sharing new ideas on Teaching Intercultural Citizenship with your peer colleagues from different parts of the world and explore beautiful Basque Country.
Click on the following link to download the seminar programme: http://www.euroclio.eu/new/attachments/article/3412/Draft%20programme%20International%20Training%20seminar%20San%20Sebastian%20nov%202013.pdf
Visit the following link for the seminar information in the website: http://www.euroclio.eu/new/index.php/work/international-training/1246-thematic-training-seminars/3412-save-the-date-for-new-euroclio-international-seminar-11-16-november-san-sebastian-spain
HOW TO OBTAIN GRANTS?
The seminar is registered in European Union Lifelong Learning Grants Comenius (For Educators in the Secondary Education) and Grundtvig (For Educators in the Adult Education) catalogue. Applicants can apply for one of these grants. Applicants need to contact their national agencies and submit grant applications to their national agencies.
Seminar codes are:
For Comenius: NL-2013-346-001;
For Grundtvig: NL-2013-347-001;
Visit the following link for contacts of your national agency: http://ec.europa.eu/education/lifelong-learning-programme/national_en.htm#nl
DEADLINE for grant applications: 30 APRIL 2013. Grant applications submitted after 30 April 2013 will not be accepted by your national agencies.