Looking at migration to and from Europe historically, Europeana aims to show that the geographical moving of people makes culture richer. Our cultural heritage shows us that the Europe we inhabit today is the result of a flow of people and ideas and that migration is woven through and enriches our everyday lives in many ways.
As an individual, you can submit online and during the collection day. People young and old are invited to join in both online - by contributing to and exploring a new migration collection on the Europeana Collections website - and in the real world - by participating at museum events where they can add their personal migration stories, with material such as pictures, diaries, videos and letters, to the collection. See our events below.
As an European organisation you can also contribute to the Migration Thematic Collection. This is why and how. And if you specialize in or are interested in the theme of migration you can also run a collection day.
Europeana is building up a new thematic collection dedicated to migration to, from, and within Europe. Learn more and get …See more
Run your own Migration Collection day - TEST
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Europeana's strategy from now until 2020 focuses on three powerful priorities. Read the original strategy and its 'supercharged' update.See more
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Europeana is building up a new thematic collection dedicated to migration to, from, and within Europe. Learn more and get involved!See more
The Europeana Business Plan 2018 is out! It outlines an exciting and busy year for @Europeanaeu - our tenth anniversary and the …See more
Europeana Research is happy to be launching the second call for submissions for the Research Grants Programme for the academic year 2017-2018. This year’s Grant proposals are encouraged to focus around the theme of Intercultural Dialogue in its broadest sense.See more