- Jointly organized by the EUROM, the House of European History and the Jean Monnet House, the meeting proposes to take stock of European memory policies;
- It will be held online on 9 and 10 December.
The European Observatory on Memories (EUROM) of the Solidarity Foundation of the University of Barcelona, in collaboration with the Jean Monnet House and the House of European History (HEH) of the European Parliament, organize the third annual meeting “Taking Stock of European Memory Policies”. The meeting will bring together academics, representatives of trans-European memory organizations and networks, and memory policymakers at the European level, to discuss the present and future of memory policies. All sessions will be online and broadcast on Youtube. Attendance is free and open to the public, but prior registration is recommended.
The challenges of historical memory policies are as diverse as the memories themselves. They are present at a local, national and international level, especially in a period in which we are adapting to new methods of transmission and dissemination. At such a complex time, we need to pay attention to changes and the continuity of public programs within the framework of European policies. Against this backdrop, the meeting aims to become a forum for sharing good practices and new ideas that can contribute to the agenda of European historical memory projects in this new context.