Yesterday ended the sixth transnational meeting of the European project DECRA (Developing Cultural Routes for All).
For three days the delegates of the different cultural routes have worked around the physical and digital accessibility in their heritage projects. This meeting held in Weissenfels, Germany, has turned out to be a privileged forum to debate, reflect, and above all, share both good practices and great challenges that we face in the development of our projects.
In each of the meetings, different members of the AEPJ are invited to represent the organization and its projects within the framework of the Jewish Heritage Route. On this occasion, in addition to Víctor Sorenssen, director of the AEPJ and coordinator, Akvile Naudziuniene, Jewish Heritage Lithuania, and Neus Casellas, Patronat del Call of Girona, participated in the transnational meeting. Both have had the opportunity to present their projects in relation to accessibility and learn about other experiences in this field of other Cultural Routes, and of course, enjoy several study visits to the Cultural Routes that hosted this meeting, the Via Regia and the Transromanica Route.
On behalf of the AEPJ, we thank once again the organizers of this meeting, and we congratulate Neus and Akvile for the great work they have done at Weissenfels, they have been perfect ambassadors of their institutions and it is a pleasure to share this experience with them.
The next transnational meeting will be held in January in Strasbourg and the AEPJ will be co-organizer, together with the French Federation of Cultural Routes.