The fourth meeting of the European project DECRA was held in Thiron-Gardais, France.
The fourth meeting of the European project DECRA (developing cultural routes for all) in Thiron Gardais, France, on 17-19 May 2018 ( Download the programme.). After a kick-off meeting in Paris (October 2017), the partners of the Erasmus+ DECRA project met in Forlì, Italy (20-22 March 2018) and Pula, Croatia (17-19 April 2018).
Organized by the Cultural Route of the Order of Tiron and the French Federation of Cultural Routes. This two-day meeting focused on the capitalization of experiences and transferability, within the network of cultural routes that participate in this project. Previously, the axes worked were citizen participation, social inclusion and the Faro Convention. In this meeting we've worked on how to share good practices in this regard and explore ways to transfer these practices in the network. It was a real pleasure to be present here with this magnificent work group!
The project deals with the improvement of the cultural supply provided by the European cultural routes. Hence, ATRIUM and other routes certified by the Council of Europe have the opportunity to work together to improve their tools and contents.
With AEPJ - Association Européene pour la Préservation du Patrimoine Juif, Chemins Saint Martin de Tours, FFACC, Association Génériques, Via Regia - Kulturroute des Europarates, Atrium European Cultural Route, Danube Competence Center (DCC), Ordre de Tiron, Via Charlemagne, Fédération Européenne des Sites Clunisiens, Stevenson in Europe, Isabelle Brianso, Françoise Rigat
Discovering local heritage and its development: The Collège Royal et Militaire de Thiron-Gardais.