From 19 to 20 April 2018, the 8th Meeting of the Thematic Steering Group for Pillar 4 – Sustainable Tourism under the EU Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian Region (EUSAIR) took place in Zagreb, Croatia.
On 25 April the Board of Directors will meet in Luxembourg to discuss the activies carried out by the EICR in the first months of 2018, as well as the planned ones for the rest of the year, including the 20th Anniversary Celebrations of the EICR taking place on 31 May – 01 June.
This past Thursday, the international seminar "Cultural Heritage as Recourse for Development. Opportunities within the European Programs" was held in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, organized by the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine.
On the 12 April, the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe programme was presented at the occasion of the International Seminar “Cultural Heritage as Resource for Development. Opportunities within the European Programs” in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
2018 has been declared the EU-China Tourism Year (ECTY), an initiative that aims to increase visitors to both locations, boost tourism investment and stimulate people-to-people interactions.
On Tuesday 17 April at the Beirut Campus (Lebanon) the Institute of Islamic Art and Architecture is opening the exhibition Al-Andalus, Photographs from the collection of the Legado Andalusi Cultural Foundation. The exhibition is part of the collaboration between the Legado Andalusi and the Institute of Islamic Art and Architecture at the School of Architecture and Design at the Lebanese American University.
Why and how did your Cultural Route begin?
On Wednesday 21st March 2018, the Archbishop Paul R. Gallagher, Secretary for the Holy See’s Relations with States, informed Mr Thorbjørn Jagland, Secretary General of the Council of Europe of the Holy See’s accession to the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes, registered as of the 21st March 2018. The Holy See becomes the 32nd member State of the EPA. We should like to thank Msgr.
Jews have always been present in today’s France, but before the French Revolution some areas, like Alsace and Lorraine (East), Aquitaine (South-West) or Provence (South-East), had a more important Jewish life. In these peripherical areas, for a long time not included in the French Kingdom, Jews had been accepted or at least tolerated, while they had been expelled from the Kingdom during the Middle-Ages.
For people who already participate in the European Day of Jewish Culture, as well as those who are new, or those who still thinking to join this fantastic project, the Poster 2018 is now available.
To be part of this great event of European Jewish culture, please contact Manu Valentin, our Communication Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org