The tenth edition of the Council of Europe’s Cultural Routes Training Academy, organized by Rock Art Trails, in cooperation with the Dordogne department and the European Institute of Cultural Routes, kicked off this morning, May 31, in Périgueux, France.
The program, as usual, combines different types of sessions, workshops and study visits. This year, there are three main themes that will be worked on by the representatives of the 35 cultural routes present: Cooperation, Visibilization and Sustainability.
On behalf of the AEPJ, Marc Francesch Camps, Project Manager of the European Route of Jewish Heritage, and Victor Sorenssen, AEPJ Director, represent our European network in Périgueux. In addition to actively participating in the sessions, AEPJ is the coordinator of the working group on cooperation. This afternoon, we will present the work that has been done during the last months in this framework and we will present different proposals and ideas to deepen and develop the cooperation of the cultural routes at the national level and in the European macro regions.