The Europen Institute of Cultural Routes in the figure of Stefano Dominioni (EPA Executive Secretary, EICR Director) and Jennifer Herkner Gaeta (EICR Project Manager) and within the framework of the ITB Berlin show 2018, met Joanna Mouliou Niessler (DG REGIO programme manager- EU Strategy for the Adriatic-Ionian Region) at the Stand of Visit Luxembourg.
From its establishment in 1987, the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe Programme counts today 31 certified Cultural Routes inviting Europeans to explore various themes of European history, landscape and heritage. To celebrate the programme’s achievements, the European Institute of Cultural Routes published in 2017 its first Annual Activity Report.
Discover it online!
On the 27th February 2018 the presentation of the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe Programme was held during the Ceremony at the Ministry of Culture and Sport of Georgia.
On 7–11 March 2018, The Hansa will participate in one of the largest tourism trade fairs – ITB Berlin (Internationale Tourismus-Börse Berlin) in Germany to introduce the international audience to our cities and our products.
On Febraury 22th and 23 the AEPJ has celebrated its Annual Meeting at his new headquarters, Casa Adret, located in the heart of the old jewish quarter in Barcelona.
The meeting was attended by representative members from Georgia, Lithuania, Spain, France, Italy and Luxembourg, as well as invited guests from Israel, Lithuania, Spain and Romania.
The EEA & Norway Grants, financed by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, support cultural cooperation in countries in Central and Southern Europe, and the Baltic. Arts Council Norway is a strategic partner in these cultural cooperation programmes.
On the 22nd and 23rd February several meetings between Mr Dominioni (Executive Secretary of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes and Director of the European Institute of Cultural Routes) and possible partners to involve in the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe were held in Brussels.
The internship is coordinated by the European Institute of Cultural Routes (EICR) in cooperation with certified Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe wishing to host students for their research and work.
Each intern will be assigned to a specific activity, in coherence with the research conducted and with the action of the EICR and the Cultural Routes.