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|24 JUNE BRUSSELS URBAN TRAIL 2018
Running indoors is frowned upon, unless it’s part of the Urban Trail. On 24 June, the new path will lead runners and walkers through several historic locations. This year the House of European History and Station Europe will make their debut in the event, allowing participants to discover architectural treasures and get a taste of European democracy. Sign up on the Urban Trail website until 23 June.
|5 JUNE TAKING STOCK OF EUROPEAN MEMORY POLICIES IN 2018
On June 5, the European Observatory of Memories of the University of Barcelona and the House of European History (HEH) jointly host a one-day open conference at the auditorium of the HEH to discuss the role of the policies of the past for the democratic improvement of our societies. Attendance is free.
|4 JUNE-31AUGUST PHOTO EXHIBITION: 30 YEARS OF THE SAKHAROV PRIZE
The European Parliament celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Sakharov Prize for Human Rights by displaying photos from the book 'They Defend Our Freedoms - 30 Years of the Sakharov Prize' on the Esplanade.
|STRASBOURG OPEN DAY & EUROPEAN YOUTH EVENT
1-2 & 10 JUNE
STRASBOURG OPEN DAY & EUROPEAN YOUTH EVENT
|BRUSSELS JAZZ WEEKEND
|IRIS FESTIVAL & BRUSSELS 20KM
6 & 27 MAY
IRIS FESTIVAL & BRUSSELS 20KM
|Food - a history of European encounters and exchanges
8 MAY 2018 (18:00 - 21:30)
Event Type: Talks
Audience: Adults, Young adults, Schools
Event Language: Dutch, English, French
Food is probably one of the most diverse European heritages among those that result from encounters through the ages. Today we live in a globalised world of eating cultures and products. However, from ancient times onwards, exchanges have shaped what we eat and how we eat it.
To what extent can our food habits be considered part of European heritage? How does the history of cooking, drinking and eating in Europe illustrate the fertile and impactful contacts that have existed between different regions, nations and continents? Can local eating traditions survive in a context of increasing culinary uniformity? Join us to discuss this everyday-life topic with food history and anthropology specialists.
After the debate, you will have the opportunity to visit the exhibition where culinary encounters and exchanges are presented in a lively and hands-on way, and to taste some finger food prepared by the chef of the museum's restaurant.
|Celebrate our one year birthday on Europe Day!