This morning has started in Visby, Sweden, the eighth summer training, organized by the European Institute of Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe, with the collaboration of the Hansa Cultural Route and the Gotland Region. This three-day event, where all the Cultural Routes certified by the Council of Europe participate, as well as Routes that are presenting their candidacy, is the annual framework for Routes network managers. This year the program is focused on the following topic: Innovative approaches, opportunities and challenges for sustainable fundraising and youth involvement. On behalf of the AEPJ, Assumpció Hosta, General Secretary, and Victor Sorenssen, AEPJ Director participate. A few moments ago, they have presented the development of the European Route of Jewish Heritage and its development through the AEPJ Incubator.