KCMEM Photo galleryThe introduction of historical thinking and memory in adult learning is a way of rooting the actions of the present in the past and raising awareness of its consequences for the future.

Traditionally we relate the lessons of the past to the youngest, as if having a critical vision of history were a question of age. Memory in adult education has generally been used to promote intergenerational dialogue or to value the knowledge and experience of the eldest.

This KCMEM project aims to make adults actively participate in the process of memory recovering while acquiring skills and competences, as well as to explore the use of historical memory for educational purposes, linking it to local identity and community involvement.