Today the second meeting of the Europeann project DECRA (developing European cultural Routes for all) started in Pula, Croatia.
Different Cultural Routes from Europe and associations related to cultural heritage are presenting their projects today, with the sin of start working, reflecting and discussing about the Faro Convention. The Faro Convention emphasizes the important aspects of heritage as they relate to human rights and democracy. It promotes a wider understanding of heritage and its relationship to communities and society.
The Convention encourages us to recognize that objects and places are not, in themselves, what is important about cultural heritage. During three days de are going to share good practices, models and approachs yo these key factor in the heritage work. The AEPJ delegation is formed by Víctor Sorenssen, director, and Peninah Zilberman, president of Tarbut Foundation, member of the Association. We'd like to thank the organizers of DECRA, and the organizers of the Roman Emperors Route and the Danube Wine Route for the excellent work regarding this meeting.