Online lecture by UK-based graphic designer Clive Russell. Through examples from When Walls Talk ! and anecdotal evidence, Russell will explore ways which posters can reconnect design with their social purpose.
Writer and novelist Amos Oz described it as “the largest organised crime in history.” The group of survivors that can illustrate the Holocaust’s horrors through personal account gets smaller and smaller. The House of European History is honoured to host a 90-year-old survivor to share his story with the younger generations.
In her closing lecture, Professor Nicolaïdis will draw from the Envisioning Europe series and from her keynotes of the 5 last years. In order to envision the future of Europe, we can do well to put ourselves in a space of “political imagination” at the intersection between the Longue Durée perspective and mythological foundations.
A dynamic citizen’s lab as part of the Europeana “Built with Bits” program. Using innovative technology and digital cultural heritage collections, you can help create and develop ideas to improve life in the city of Brussels.
June is an important month in the LGBTQ+ rights calendar as it is when the International LGBT+ Pride Day is celebrated. The House of European History organises two events on Saturday, June 4, to celebrate LGBTQ+ pride.
The European Union (EU) has been a remarkable experiment in multi-level governance, economic integration and multilateral diplomacy. However, it has also exemplified an important if not courageous democratic experiment. Never before has an equally ambitious democratic project been attempted...