I got my Master’s degree at the Department of Sociology, Pázmány Péter Catholic University. In my main job I work for a project helping the development of teacher training and in my secondary job I work on an EU project focusing on town rehabilitation. I joined Learning from the Past because I am interested in 20th century history and after finishing university I missed substantive research. Besides that, I was eager to contribute to a good cause as a volunteer and take part in spreading knowledge: during my university years I regularly helped pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds. I am convinced that introducing the issues covered in our research in schools makes it possible to make history teaching more interesting and colourful.