Last week, the 3rd Training for Trainers of the Creative Europe project, WalkEUR, was held in Jarandilla de la Vera, Spain. In this city of Extremadura, it is located the headquarters of the Cultural Route of Charles V, who organized this week of training focused on the role of Citizen Involvement, as an essential part of the development of the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe.
In this training program in Jarandilla de la Vera, we participated together with two other cultural routes certified by the Council of Europe, the Atrium Route (Architecture of the Totalitarian Regimes), and the European Route of Ceramics. On behalf of the European Routes of Jewish Heritage, in addition to Federico Szarfer as project manager, we counted on Nesi Kupreishvili as representative of the Jewish Heritage Cultural Routes in Georgia, promoted by the Israeli House and on Michelle Nahum Sembira, coordinator of the Mi Dor Le Dor Italia project. Also, throughout the program, Delphine Yague, as representative of the Medieval Route of Rashi in Champagne participated in connection with the AEPJ, presenting a good practice in this field, with the Frescoes Project.