This morning the first training of the Creative Europe project, WalkEUR, started in Forlì, Italy. In this city of the Emilia-Romagna region, is located the headquarters of the cultural route ATRIUM (Architecture of the Totalitarian Regimes of the XX century in Europe’s urban memory), who organizes this week of training, focused on the role of archives and collections, as an essential part of the cultural routes projects.
In this training program in Forli, we participate together with two other cultural routes certified by the Council of Europe, the routes of Charles V, and the European Route of Ceramics. On behalf of the AEPJ, European Route of Jewish Heritage, in addition to Victor Sorenssen and Federico Szarfer, we count on representatives of the Catalan Route of Jewish Heritage, promoted by the Patronat Call de Girona and the Diputació de Lleida: Marcel Odina (Barcelona), Mariano Valdés (Mallorca) and Neus Casellas (Girona). Also, throughout the program, Caron Sethill (National Library of Israel) and Mossen Robert Baró (Barcelona Cathedral) will participate in connection with the AEPJ, presenting good practices in this field, with the European Days of Jewish Culture and interreligious work respectively.