European Cultural Tourism Network

ECTN is a partner in the  Interreg IVc project CHARTS

http://www.ectn.eu.com/

The CHARTS project focuses on the role of culture and heritage in the formulation and delivery of added-value to regional strategies for sustainable tourism development and integration into local, regional, national and EU policies. Partners will share experience on how improved management of cultural tourism destinations contribute to protection and enhancement of cultural heritage & landscape, as well as sustainable regional development policies, especially in relation to challenges of climate change and the economic crisis.

OBJECTIVES

The overall objective is to build on, capitalise and exploit the outputs, methods, results, policies and strategies of previous projects and initiatives in the field of culture, heritage and sustainable tourism development strategies and to transfer highly relevant Good Practices between participating regions and Europe-wide, as important added-value to effective regional policy formulation and implementation, as well as contributing to the Lisbon & Gothenburg Agendas

PARTNERSHIP

  • Municipality of South Pelion,
  • Welsh Government
  •  European Cultural Tourism Network (ECTN), Belgium
  • Midlands Region, Ireland
  •  Pafos Regional Board of Tourism, Cyprus
  • Veneto Region, Italy
  •  Vidzeme Tourism Association, Latvia
  • National Institute for Research and Development in Tourism, Romania
  •  Majorca Insular Council, Spain
  • Union of South-East Region Local Authorities, Bulgaria
  •  National Tourism Organisation, Greece
  •  Ibertur-Network of Heritage, Tourism and sustainable development/University Barcelona, Spain
  • Västra Götaland
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About mlaopodi

Cultural Projects Coordinator beginning a new endeavor in Cultural Entrepreneurship.

Posted on March 25, 2013, in News from organisations and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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