PARIS, FRANCE – A meeting of managers of cultural routes certified by the Council of Europe, coordinated by the Cultural Routes Task Force, was held on February 21 at the French Ministry of Culture.
The purpose of the meeting was to work on the three themes that will be central to the next Training Academy of Cultural Routes, which will be held in Dordogne, France, in May 2023. These themes include cooperation between routes, visibility of the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe programme, and sustainability.
Victor Sorenssen, AEPJ Director, participated, representing the European Route of Jewish Heritage. Victor is in fact the coordinator of the working group dedicated to cooperation, so he presented the results of the different preparatory meetings of this working group.
The different representatives and delegates discussed the initiatives presented by each working group on the central themes, in order to define the programme of the Training Academy with the aim of materialising the proposals approved this week in Paris.
As always, it is a pleasure and an honour for the AEPJ to actively participate in the network of cultural routes of the Council of Europe. We actively collaborate with many of them, and without a doubt, we highlight this cooperation through European funding projects, which have allowed us to establish long-term working relationships.