Open History Project

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Open History Project
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Founded2014, Justin Shenk and Lena Dorfschmidt
FocusJournalism
Area served
Global
Websiteopenhistoryproject.com

Open History Project is an international community of writers, oral historians and digital activists that translate and gather interviews on global and historical topics. The organization was founded by Justin Shenk and Lena Dorfschmidt. In 2017, it became an independent non-profit incorporated in Osnabrück, Germany under Open History e.V.

Open History Project includes several hundred volunteers and translators.[1]

Open History Project serves as a resource for academics. Interviews from the site have been published in the academic journals Global Studies of Childhood[2] and Voluntaris.[3]

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  1. ^ Karl Kübel Foundation for Children and Families. "Junge Menschen FAIRwandeln die Welt Neuer Preis für entwicklungspolitisches Engagement in Frankfurt verliehen". Presse Portal. presseportal.de.
  2. ^ Ramírez Carpeño, Eva; Feldman, Hannah (2015). "Childhood and education in Thailand-Burma/Myanmar Border Refugees camps". Global Studies of Childhood. 5 (4): 414–424. doi:10.1177/2043610615612951.
  3. ^ Himmel, Stephanie; et al. (2017). "Engagement nach dem Friewilligendienst: FAIRWANDLER-Preis für entwicklungspolitisch engagierte junge Menschen". 5 (1): 117–125. doi:10.5771/2196-3886-2017-1-117. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)

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