The Anne Frank House, established on 3 May 1957, is an independent non-profit organisation which runs a museum in the house where Anne Frank went into hiding during the Second World War. The main goal of the organisation is to increase awareness of Anne’s life story across the world. The online tool Stories that Move is a cost-free resource: an interactive website with five learning paths that help young people explore the impact of hate speech, exclusion and discrimination.
Anne Frank House
Better Internet for Kids
The Better Internet for Kids (BIK) aims to create a safe internet environment for children. The annual celebration of Safer Internet Day (SID) is designed to raise awareness of a safer and a better internet, where everyone is empowered to use technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively.
Slow for a better life! This is the philosophy of CittaSlow, the “International Network of Cities where living is good”. The Cittaslow Movement was born in 1999 in Italy with the aim of broadening the Slow Food philosophy to local communities and city governance, applying the concepts of eco-gastronomy to the practice of everyday life. eTwinning and CittaSlow cooperate to create a dialogue among the most peripheral educational realities in Europe.
Since 2014 COFACE Families Europe and eTwinning have built a relationship of cooperation. COFACE is a network promoting the well-being, health and security of families and their members in a changing society and serves as a trusted entity for family mainstreaming and for the voice and needs of families in the EU and beyond. The core values of COFACE Families Europe are non-discrimination, equal opportunities, respect for human rights, empowerment, social inclusion, and solidarity.
Eco-Schools, is the largest global sustainable schools programme, and its greatest strength is that it produces generations of sustainably minded and environmentally conscious people. Eco-Schools challenges students to engage in tackling environmental problems at a level where they can see tangible results, encouraging them to make a difference. For all the great work carried out, Eco-Schools has been recognised by the United Nation Decade of Education for Sustainable Development 2005-2014.
Children are at the centre of ESHA’s attention. As a network of school leaders together they facilitate discussions about how changing society affects our children. The themes addressed are related to the well-being of children: social behaviour, crisis psychology, bullying and suicide prevention, radicalisation, learners with special needs and early school leaving.
EUROCLIO the European Association of History Educators is an umbrella association of more than 70 history, heritage, and citizenship educators' associations and other organisations active in the field. The network connects history educators across Europe, supporting the development of responsible and innovative history, citizenship, and heritage education by promoting critical thinking, multiple perspectives, mutual respect, and the inclusion of controversial issues.
Europa Nostra, the leading citizens’ movement to protect and celebrate Europe’s cultural and natural heritage contributes to the formulation and implementation of European policies and strategies related to heritage, runs campaigns to save threatened heritage sites through the 7 Most Endangered programme, and celebrates excellence through the EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards.
Europeana transforms the world with culture. Its mission is to build on Europe’s rich heritage and make it easier for people to use , whether for work, for learning or just for fun. It works with thousands of European archives, libraries and museums to share cultural heritage for enjoyment, education and research. Europeana Collections provides access to over 50 million digitised items – books, music, artworks and more – with sophisticated search and filter tools to help you find what you’re looking for.
House of European History
The House of European History aims to initiate learning on transnational perspectives across Europe. It is a forum for learning, reflection and debate, open to audiences of all generations and backgrounds. The primary mission is to enhance understanding of European history in all its complexity, to encourage the exchange of ideas and to question assumptions.
The award-winning project Lie Detectors, aims to turn schoolchildren in Europe aged 10-15 into powerful lie detectors and critical thinkers in a world increasingly populated by propaganda and distorted facts online. The project exists to help children understand news media, make informed choices and resist peer pressure as they assemble their worldview.
The motto of OperaVision is “opera for the connected world”. The Opera Platform allows you to view performances, learn about the art form and specific productions by browsing a richly populated digital library, stories, and articles, and discovering resources for young audiences and for artistic career development. The OperaVision website is available in English, French, and German, thoughtfully curated, and free to browse and explore.
The PeaceJam Foundation is a global non-profit organization whose mission statement is to create a new generation of young leaders committed to positive change in themselves, their communities and the world through the inspiration of 14 Nobel Peace Prize Winners. Since its inception in 1996, more than 1.25 million youth have participated in the PeaceJam programme in more than 41 countries.
SALTO-YOUTH, the network of seven Resource Centres working on European priority areas within the youth field, provides non-formal learning resources for youth workers and youth leaders and organises training and contact-making activities to support organisations and National Agencies (NAs) within the frame of the European Commission's Erasmus+ Youth programme and beyond.
Scientix, the community for science education promotes and supports a Europe-wide collaboration among STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) teachers, education researchers, policymakers and other STEM education professionals by providing resources, organising workshops and connecting people from different countries.
Terre des Hommes
Terre des Hommes’ (TDH) works for the rights of the child and for equitable development, without racial, religious, political, cultural or gender-based discrimination. To this end, TDH supports and implements development and humanitarian aid projects designed to improve the living conditions of disadvantaged children, and of their families and communities.