Impact & Follow-up
DNSE resulted in a varied toolbox for developing regional cohesion, which is now called the Bridging the Baltic (BTB) history education platform. The majority of the product results are available online free of charge at www.BridgingTheBaltic.eu.
More specifically, the project resulted in:
- Raised awareness of regional history among 3 000+ high school students in project countries
- Research reports and a public policy oriented BSR History Education Strategy 2014-2020 for guidance by policy makers and organisations in the field;
- A broad set of educational resources targeted at youth for application by teachers and history education organisations;
- A history education network between non-profits, museums, publishers, teachers and historians to further regional history education.
We believe that over time and more efforts, the project will lead to curricula updates in all countries and improve how the history of the Baltic Sea Region and the nations around the Baltic are taught to across the education system.
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