European Institute of Cultural Routes


European Institute of Cultural Routes

The European Institute of Cultural Routes is a non-profit association based in Luxembourg whose aim is to help the Council of Europe, as a technical body, in the establishment of European Cultural Routes.

It was established in 1998 and its role is [ [http://www.coe.int/t/e/cultural_co%2Doperation/heritage/european_cultural_routes/_Summary.asp Council of Europe Cultural Routes] ] :
* to examine applications for new projects;
* to monitor activities in the field and co-ordinate the work of partner organizations;
* to disseminate and archive information documents.

The Council of Europe::" entrusted the Institute to follow up the already elected routes, to co-ordinate and provide technical aid to networks, in particular in their development in Central and Eastern Europe, to initiate new proposals as well as to disseminate information and set up a database that will constitute the memory of the programme of the cultural routes." [ [http://www.culture-routes.lu/php/fo_index.php?lng=en&dest=bd_pa_det&unv=qs&PHPSESSID=b24ba209aa34a60d8b5926f310540d44 European Institute of Cultural Route - Who are we?] ]

See also

* European Cultural Route

References

External links

* [http://www.culture-routes.lu/php/fo_index.php?lng=en&PHPSESSID=b24ba209aa34a60d8b5926f310540d44 European Institute of Cultural Routes Official Website]


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