These objects are important parts of your heritage and recording and digitising them is easier than you might think. Once it’s done, they will become part of the Europeana Migration Collection.Share
Why contribute with your story?
We all have objects to share and stories to tell about where we've come from and what's shaped our lives. For many of us, that involves our family's stories of migration and immigration.Share your story...
Sharing your own personal migration history can help us to tell a really big story - the story of Europe and the people who live here. We invite you to share your story - through objects like pictures, letters, postcards or recipes - with Europeana Migration at one of our collection days or by visiting our website.
We invite you to contribute stories relating to European migration in your family history.
Your story is part of Europe’s rich and shared history of migration, and now it can be recorded for the future, and made freely available for anyone to discover and use for education, research, inspiration and pleasure.Share
For an international day at my school in Senegal when I was about 6, my mother dressed my brother like the Ghanian flag - she was from Ghana - and me like the Dutch flag - my father is DutchRead more about Marijke's story