RePAST researcher Abit Hoxha was a speaker at one of the largest learning summits scholars, entrepreneurs, policymakers, and PhD researchers in a space to present and discuss ongoing projects and ideas relating to higher education in the context of globalization and digital transformation. Hoxha spoke about his involvement as a researcher with the RePAST as one of the excellent projects funded by the EU Horizon 2020. His talk highlighted two outcomes of the RePAST: gaming of the troubled past as well as the Contested and competing memory spaces as tour in learning history and troubled past as a self-guided tour. Abit was part of the panel on: Innovating learning for sustainable societies.