The presentations of our findings are structured across four thematic panels:
(1) The youth’s perspective on the future and past of European identities
(2) Praxis of heritage re-making
(3) Young people making sense of culture: between inclusivity and ethno-nationalism?
(4) Sites of learning: young people’s experiences of diverse educational environments.In addition to the research presentations, the conference will include round table sessions bringing together education, arts and heritage practitioners, policy-makers and young people from nine countries (Croatia, Georgia, Germany, India, Latvia, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey and the UK) to reflect on our findings and discuss policy implications.