Memories Across Europe


Memory is a great opportunity for historical knowledge, participation in civil life and social commitment. The project Memories Across Europe has the aim to realize educational activities for adults and elderly people using the autobiographical and storytelling methodology, with a focus on some key aspects such as:

  • to contribute to a common and positive construction of the European identity;
  • stimulating intergenerational dialogue and solidarity;
  • to promote the mobility of adults and elderly people across Europe.

The idea behind Memories Across Europe is that there is a very close link between storytelling practices and active citizenship. In fact, storytelling is a powerful and effective way to enhance what we call “the invisible heritage of human experience”, as it allows us to bring out and share learning and values that are preserved in our experiences.

Secondly, thanks to life stories, we can learn about social and historical phenomena, through the direct voice of the protagonists of these events.

Stories can ultimately connect people of different ages, backgrounds and cultures.


Storie di Mondi Possibili (applicant) – Italy

ADN – Archivio Diaristico Nazionale – Italy

Sozial Label – Germany

European Information Centre – Bulgaria

E-Seniors –  France

Mobilizing Expertise AB – Sweden

Stowarzyszenie Trenerow Organizacji Pozarzadowych – Poland

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which could be made of the information contained therein.

Stories that are part of this project

Vision for our Europe
Vision for Europe.
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Le Départ – Collage
Collage done in a workshop of a training in Berlin by me.
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My Europe is filled with music
This story is the recollection of a memory that led me to produce this collage on the theme "My Europe".
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My Europe
The "My Europe" collage created in the framework of the Memories Across Europe project funded by the Erasmus+ programme
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