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Faro Project - 3rd transnational event

14-15 July (Carbonia, Italy)

Within the Faro Project, another transnational event will take place in Carbonia on 14-15 July 2022. Delegations from serveal European countries will particpate in the event to discuss how to create a European narrative of dissonant heritage in European towns through citizens’ participation.

Find out more details on the programme.

More about the Faro project.




Atrium participates at CoE workshop

12-13 July (Belgrade)
On behlaf of ATRIUM and as delegate for the ATRIUM President (Prof. Ulisse Tramonti), Patrick Leech participated in a workshop organised by the Council of Europe on the project of 'Places of Remembrance' in the framework of the programme Remembrance of the Holocaust and prevention of crimes against humanity.
The workshop is preparatory to a wider conference planned later this year and was organised by the Directorate General for Democracy, Directorate of Democratic Participation and the Education Department of the CoE. Among other things, the group visited the Saro Sajmiste (Old Fairground) area in Belgrade used as a concentration camp from 1942 to 1944.


Faro Project - 2nd transnational event

31 May - 1 June (Lousada, Portugal)

Within the Faro Project, a transnational event took place in Lousada, Portugal from 31 May - 1 June 2022. Delegations from serveal European countries visited the Portuguese city to participate in the event. 

Find out more details on the programme.

More about the Faro project.




ATRIUM invited by Italian Parliament

8 May 2022 (Rome, Italy)

On 9 May 2022, ATRIUM President Patrick Leech presented the ATRIUM Cultural Route at the Italian Parliament.

The event took place in the meeting room Nuova Aula dei Gruppi parlamentari a the Chamber of Deputies in Rome.

The afternoon session focused on Cultural Routes as a platform for intercultural dialogue and as places of commemoration and education for democratic citizenship.

Find out more details on the programme

Download the invitation

PEOPLE project - first transnational event

5-7 April (Labin, Croatia)

The PEOPLE Project has completed its first transnational event in Labin, Croatia. From 5-7 April 2022 delegations from several European countries visited the Croatian city of Labin to participate in the event.

Every partner in the project has worked with young people in the preparation of several cultural products that have been collected and presented during each international event, which in Labin took the form of video presentations and a photo exhibition. Whilst every partner focusses and presents its own specific theme, special attention was placed on the topic discussed by Labin: the discrimination, repression, and eventual persecution of the Jewish community in the region. Young people from the local high school created an impressive and highly professional video which told the story of the Holocaust as experienced by men and women who inhabited their town, and some still do.


FARO project: 1st transnational event

12-13 April 2022 (Forlì, Italy)

On 12-13 April 2022, the FARO project partners meet in Forlì, Italy for a Transnational Project Meeting organized by the ATRIUM Association. During the two-days session, partners will discuss a series of issues related to the wide topic of "Dissonant heritage in European Towns: Creating a European narrative of contested identities through citizens’ participation". For more details download the programme of the event.

Find out more about the FARO project.


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