Remember Europe Youth Camp

    5-11 August 2013, Hungary

    The primary purpose and mission of the “Remember Europe” project was to help students learn about the culture and history of each other - especially the history of the 20th century and the dangers of totalitarian dictatorships - and foster mutual understanding thus contributing to the enhancement of cultural, economic and political relations.

    Participants:

    High school students and teachers from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Hungary, Transylvania from the following schools:

    Gymnázium Poštová (Košice, Slovak Republic),
    Gymnázium Park Mládeže (Košice, Slovak Republic),
    Gymnázium O. Havlové (Ostrava, Czech Republic),
    Gymnázium EDUCAnet (Ostrava, Czech Republic),
    Gymnázium P. Tigrida (Ostrava, Czech Republic),
    Karinthy Frigyes High School (Budapest, Hungary),
    Tamási Áron High School (Székelyudvarhely, Transylvania),
    Zespół Szkół Publicznych Nr 6 (Żyrardów, Poland),
    Zespół Szkół Publicznych Nr 4 (Żyrardów, Poland),
    Publiczne Gimnazjum nr 3 im. Czesława Niemena (Świebodzin, Poland),
    II Liceum Ogólnokształcące (Poznań, Poland),
    Zespół Szkół im. Piotra Wysockiego (Warsaw, Poland),
    LXIV LO im. St. I. Witkiewicza (Warsaw, Poland),
    Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Marii Sadzewiczowej (Łochów, Poland).

    History professors and young historians:

    Prof. Martin C. Putna - Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic)
    Prof. Waldemar Paruch - Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (Lublin, Poland)
    dr. István Ötvös - Pázmány Péter Catholic University (Budapest, Hungary)
    Gabor Hushegyi - Slovak Cultural Institute (Slovak Republic)
    Prof. Petr Tomčík - Slovak Cultural Institute (Slovak Republic)
    dr. Pál Juhász Pintér – 1956 Historical Foundation (Kiskunmajsa, Hungary)
    Eunika Chojecka - Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (Lublin, Poland)
    András Riba - Pázmány Péter Catholic University (Budapest, Hungary)

    Partners and organisers

    Project Supporters/Organisers: European Network Remembrance and Solidarity (ENRS), Visegrad Fund, Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Hungary, Slovak Cultural Institute, Lakitelek People's College (Lakitelek, Hungary),Kikelet Kosice Association (Kosice, Slovak Republic), Foundation The Culture And The Art Over Border (Warsaw, Poland), PANT Association (Polanka nad Odrou, Czech Republic), Ittre-Benced Foundation (Bencéd, Transylvania)