Every year, the “Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe” (EPA) organizes a Forum to bring together representatives of the EPA Member States and the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe, international organisations, academics, experts and stakeholders from the public and private sector. After the cancellation in 2020 due to the COVID-19 crises, in 2021 it was organized in close cooperation with the Ministry of Culture, Sport and Youth of Georgia and Kutaisi City Municipality.
The theme of this year´s 10th Cultural Routes Annual Advisory Forum was “Resilient and sustainable Cultural Routes – Innovating our way out of the crisis” . Within these 3 days, discussions about opportunities and challenges that are occured and came along with the crisis in regards to the further development of the Cultural Routes took place in 3 sessions. TRANSROMANICA presented a Good Practice during Session 1.
- SESSION 1: Resilient Cultural Routes : Impact and recovery
- SESSION 2: Innovative Cultural Routes : Digital and user-centered
- SESSION 3: Sustainable Cultural Routes : Inclusive and responsible
Shortly after the registration was officially opened, the capacity of the online event was fully exploited with 500 participants. It was broadcasted for interested audience online via social media. All keynote speeches and presentations will be online soon and can be read here.