Bridge the Baltic through history education!
It isn’t just the shoreline along the Baltic Sea uniting Swedes, Finns, Estonians and Latvians. These nations share serene nordic nature, are envied by their world-famous writers and musicians, and have a reputation of one of the world’s most innovative technology experts, to name a few. Twists of history have grown people living in the Baltic Sea Region apart and it is time to ask why!
Bridging the Baltic aims to reject stereotypes and accept history. We believe that this can be done through education. We have created a platform to foster cooperation between teachers, historians, public organisations and institutions, as well as provide an environment for educational resources for organisations and educators interested in bridging the Baltic. Our educational resources include an online quiz, a travelling exhibition, simulations of the International Criminal Court, academic research contests, materials on regional migration, etc.