Network Association Member

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Steven Stegers

  • Network Association Member
  • Programme Director

  • EUROCLIO - European Association of History Educators

  • Netherlands

  • Education

Steven Stegers is Programme Director at EUROCLIO, where he has worked since 2006. In his time at EUROCLIO, he has focused predominantly on projects in which educational resources are being developed as part of a collaborative process. He has worked for several years as coordinator of projects seeking to innovate history, citizenship and cultural education in the Black Sea region, and North Africa and the Middle East. Steven led the development of Historiana – one of EUROCLIO’s flagship projects, and its first development of online educational resources. He is experienced in managing projects, public speaking, fundraising and advocacy, and has been involved as an expert for several intergovernmental organisations and the International Baccalaureate. He has an MSc degree in Social and Organisational Psychology from Leiden University, and studied history including a honours class on Environment and Global History. His main interests are history, media literacy, design and cooking. He is married and lives in The Hague.

Speaking at

  • 23 — 24
    May
    2017
    13:00 — 15:00

    Europeana Strategy Meeting: Migration and Culture

    Il-Qrendi QRD 2501, Malta

    This ** Invite-only event ** 1.5 day meeting is under the auspices of the Europeana DSI2 and is organised by Europeana Foundation and the Ministry of Education through the National Archives in Malta during the Maltese Presidency and will take place at the Conference centre of Hagar Qim on 23 and 24 May 2017.

    This Presidency meeting is a high-level strategy meeting, primarily targeted at policymakers of EU member states, as a means to raise awareness among them about what Europeana does and how it can help them in their own work. So far, we’ve organised meetings on the (re-)use of digital cultural heritage in four domains of Research, Tourism, Education and the Creative Industries. At these meetings, policymakers and experts in the respective fields discussed ways to stimulate and facilitate this re-use.

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