Historiana has been supported by a number of different donors. These donors have supported the development of the educational material on Historiana as well as the development of the online educational framework. By clicking on each donor, you will find a page with information on the role of the donor.
The purpose of the Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF) is to bring people together from across the Mediterranean to improve mutual respect between cultures and to support civil society towards a common future of the Region. The main scope of the ALF is overcoming the misunderstandings and stereotypes which affect relations between and within the societies of the Region, as well as promoting diversity and coexistence. Through its action and reflection the ALF aims to contribute to the development of an Intercultural Strategy for the Euro-Mediterranean Region, providing recommendations to decision-makers and institutions and advocating for shared values.
The Ministry of Education, Culture and Science works to create a smart, skilled and creative environment in the Netherlands. Its mission is to ensure that everyone gets a good education and is prepared for responsibility and independence. The Ministry also wants people to enjoy the arts, and aims to create the right conditions for teachers, artists and researchers to do their work.
The Evens Foundation initiates, develops and supports projects that encourage people and ultimately nations to live together harmoniously in a diverse Europe. The Foundation promotes respect for diversity, both individual and collective and works to strengthen people’s physical, psychological and moral integrity.
The essential task of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is to work for Norway’s interests internationally: to safeguard the country’s freedom, security and prosperity. The Ministry also works to promote peace and security, an international legal system, an economically just world order and sustainable development. It is in Norway’s interests to find a solution to issues of this kind, while at the same time efforts in these areas are an expression of international solidarity.
The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant societies whose governments are accountable and open to the participation of all people. Working in every part of the world, the Open Society Foundations place a high priority on protecting and improving the lives of people in marginalized communities.
The European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme enables people at all stages of their lives to take part in stimulating learning experiences, as well as helping to develop the education and training sector across Europe.