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CHIBOW ESR Publishes Poster on historytothepublic.org

Early Stage Researcher Lisa Haberkern, member of the European Union’s Marie Curie Initial Training Network “Children born of war – past, present and future project,” published a poster presenting her PhD-Project on historytothepublic.org. “History to the public” is an multidisciplinary blog of early career researchers, that aims to connect academia with the general public by sharing information and connecting different audiences. To see and read more about the poster, visit the following webpages: http://historytothepublic.org/being-volksdeutsch-poland/ https://www.facebook.com/HTTPhistory/

CHIBOW ESR attends XXI Seminarium Śląskie

Early Stage Researcher Lisa Haberkern, member of the European Union’s Marie Curie Initial Training Network “Children born of war – past, present and future project,” attended the XXI Seminarium Śląskie. This year’s edition was titled “Migration for the Perspective of Silesian, German-Polish and European Experiences” and took place form the 26th to 28th October in Kamień Śląski. The annual meeting of researchers working on Silesian or Silesia-related topics gave a great overview over the research landscape and different projects being realized in or about the region and covered a wide spectrum. The Seminar is realized by the House of Polish-German Co-operation, that is a non-profit non-govern

Children and War

A child washed up on the shores of Turkey after drowning at sea; the images of youngsters climbing across fences of barbed wires on Lampedusa; a boy sitting dazed and bloodied in the back of an ambulance after surviving an airstrike in Syria – these are some of the images that, once seen, can never be unseen. The moments, captured in these images pass, but the cycles of displacement continue. Some startling figures illustrate the magnitude of the challenge: One in three children living outside their birth country is a refugee; One in eight migrants is a child; Around the world, around 28 million children have been forcibly displaced; and Seven out of ten children seeking asylum in Europe in

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