The seventh transnational meeting of the Erasmus + DECRA project (Developing Cultural Routes for All), co-organized by the French Federation of Cultural Routes and the AEPJ has been developing since last Tuesday. These days the 43 participants, delegates from different European Cultural Routes, have met in Strasbourg to work on the development and sustainability of European networks. In these days there have been panel presentations of experts, workshops and presentations of the different models of networks developed by the different Cultural Routes. Also, because this meeting is being held in Strasbourg, as part of the program, we visited the Council of Europe on Tuesday and had the opportunity to have an open-conversation with Roberto Olla, from the Culture Unit of the Council of Europe.
Yesterday, after the presentations of the networks of the participants, the French delegation of the AEPJ, formed by Thierry Koch and Jean Pierre Lambert (JECPJ-France) offered a guided tour of the Jewish heritage of Strasbourg, including the exhibition of the Alsatian museum. This afternoon, it will be time for conclusions and to work on the strategic plan of the next and last transnational meeting, which will be held in June in the city of Cluny.