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Red Thread

November 13, 2023

Nikola Jovanović, a young Serb who recently immigrated to Gothenburg, diligently carried out his job as a waiter in a local café. The workday was progressing as usual until two customers took a seat at the counter – Sebastian Edberg from Sweden and Mijo Kovačević from Croatia. It was evening, around nine o’clock local time, […]

The Dueling Blades

November 13, 2023

On the picturesque island of Crete, there lived a young Cretan boy named Nikos. Growing up in a land known for its rich traditions and warrior heritage, Nikos had always admired the craftsmanship of knives and swords. He dreamt of becoming a skilled warrior like the heroes of old, and his desire was fueled by […]

El Coco – Boogie who?

November 13, 2023

In the sunny town of Málaga, Spain, there was a lively Summer Camp that attracted young people from different corners of the world. Among the campers were three friends: Alex, Sofia, and Marco. Little did they know that their shared fascination with the supernatural would lead them on an unforgettable journey. On a warm evening, […]

Marathon race

November 13, 2023

Stavros was in a hurry. He did not want to be late for the interview. And he was a bit worried about the traffic he might come across on the way to the TV channel. He reached the building of the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation in time. The guard politely asked him what his name was […]

Liberation of Paris – WWII

November 13, 2023

It was their second day in Paris and they were very excited to visit the city. It was their first trip during their Erasmus year and they wanted to enjoy it as much as possible. The plan for the day was to go to the Pantheon and the Latin Quarter in the morning and to […]

The Project

The Shared (Hi)stories project seeks to broaden the minds of secondary students in the EU by encouraging critical thinking and a multi-perspective approach to cultural and historical heritage. Through the exploration of (hi)stories traditionally told from a one-sided national perspective, the project aims to foster a strong sense of EU awareness and citizenship among students while improving their English skills.

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