The History Educators International Research Network [HEIRNET] brings together colleagues from around the world interested in History’s civilising, cultural, educational, moral, social, political and citizenship roles.

We are a small, informal friendly association that believes in history’s seminal role in educating for a democratic future that depends upon understanding the past.

The HEIRNET website also:

  • promotes a new series of ONLINE HEIRNET KEYNOTEs,
  • supports the peer reviewed History Education Research Journal [HERJ]
  • has an up to date news and social media section
  • hosts webinars, workshops and publishes articles, reports, national and other curricula, programmes of study, schemes of work, lesson plans, resources