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10th Advisory Forum of the CoE Cultural Routes

29 September - 1 October 2021 (Kutaisi, Georgia)

From 29 September to 1 October 2021, ATRIUM participated at the 10th Cultural Routes Annual Advisory Forum in Kutaisi, Georgia. The event was organised by the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe (EPA) in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture, Sport and Youth of Georgia and Kutaisi City Municipality. This year's focus of the Forum was: "Resilient and Sustainable Routes: Innovating out of Crisis". ATRIUM contributed in a thematic seminar with best practices.

Download the programme of the 10th Cultural Routes Annual Advisory Forum.
Find out more about the Forum on the CoE website.

Previous Forums: 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014


WalkEUR: Meeting Series

March-September 2021 (online; Jarandilla de la Vera/Spain)

After the kick-off meeting, the partners of the WalkEUR project held a number of meetings to carry on their work. Main focus was to elaborate a workplan for training by exchanging best practices and defining learning activities. Other tasks involved project management and the dissemination of the project. While the meetings in March and May 2021 were held online, the International meeting on 26-29 July 2021 took place in Jarandilla de la Vera (Spain).

Find out more about the WalkEUR project.


FAB Routes: Transnational Meeting

23 September 2021 (online)

On 23 September 2021, the Fab Route project partners met online for a Transnational Project Meeting organized by Routes of the OliveTree. During the session partners discussed the validation of the first intellectual output concerning the development of the Model Strategy to insert Cultural Routes within the cultural and touristic service system. Moreover, the group started to discuss the development of the new training methodology for Cultural Route officers, which will be defined in more detail in view of the staff training event, which will take place in Rimini.

Find out more about the FAB Routes project.


Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and ATRIUM: Mission in Albania

1-6 July 2021 (Albania)

From 1 to 6 July 2021, the ATRIUM Association particpated in a mission organised by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Permet Region in Albania, in particular in the cities of Permet and  Gjirokastër. The mission was part of an Italo-Albanian cooperation project focusing on the diaspora within the promotion of local development.

ATRIUM's objective was to verify the quantity and typology of the built heritage, its state of conservation, the logistics, the interest of the Municipalities of Permet and Argirocastro to join the ATRIUM cultural route, the presence of local institutions and organisations to develop a local ATRIUM tourist product.

Atrium participates at the Faro Network meeting

18-19 June 2021 (Castiglione del Lago, Italy)

On 18-19 June 2021, ATRIUM participated at the Faro Network meeing held in Castiglione del Lago, Italy. The meeting was attended by Daniela Poggiali of the Municipality of Cervia, a relatively new member of the ATRIUM Cultural Route. Read more (in Italian language). 

General Assembly 2021

14 May 2021 (online)

On 14 May 2021, the ATRIUM General Assembly was held online due to the COVID-19 restrictions.

Previous meetings: 2020201920182017201620152014

FAB Routes Workshop

2-13 April 2021 (online)

On 2-13 April 2021, ATRIUM participates in the second FAB Routes Workshop aimed at exchanging best practices among Cultural Routes. The meeting focused on how to stimulate exchange among Cultural Routes (CRs) and better include CRs in the culture and touristic ecosystem. The CRs had the opportunity to exchange best practices on networking strategies and, through a series of teamwork activities, the participants engaged in an open discussion on how to collaborate and create new partnerships. This activity can be considered the second step in the design of the Fab Routes Model Strategy, a model that wants to enable CRs to better integrate in the existing cultural and tourism service systems.

Find out more about the FAB Routes project.