8th Training Academy on Cultural Routes

Visby, Sweden, 4-7 June 2019

Innovative approaches, challenges and opportunities for sustainable fundraising and youth involvement

The 8th edition of the Training Academy on Cultural Routes, organised by the European Institute of Cultural Routes, the Hansa Cultural Route of the Council of Europe and Region Gotland, took place in Visby, Gotland Sweden, between the 4 and 7 June 2019.

Expert presentations followed by workshops were held around the themes "Cultural Routes Financing” and “Cultural Routes and Youth”. The training seminars explored innovative emerging trends and strategies for funding cultural routes activities and for youth involvement in cultural, educational, tourism and heritage projects, with a special focus on how Cultural Routes of the Council Europe can seize opportunities in these domains.

The 2019 edition of the Training Academy brought together some 60 participants from 15 countries, representatives of 16 certified Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe, 14 networks candidate for certification and involved representatives of other organizations such as the European Commission (Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs) and UNESCO (UNESCO Associated Schools Network).


8th Training Academy on Cultural Routes Programme

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Vademecum on Sources of Funding for the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe (2019)

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Working Documents

Guide on EU Funding for the Tourism Sector 2014-2020 (DG GROW, 2017) Download the Guide

Project Management Methodology - Handbook (Council of Europe, 2016) Download the Handbook

PM2 Project Management Methodology - EU Guide 3.0 (DIGIT, 2018) Download the Guide

UNESCO ASPnet Publications Consult the Website

Practical Information and Hotel Reservations

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Donnerska Huset

Donnersgatan 1

 621 57 Visby (SWEDEN)

Visby Domkyrkoförsamling

Norra kyrkogatan 2

621 55 Visby (SWEDEN)