AEPJ is committed to provide guidance to help establish the proposed Route. Likewise, access to experts who can give advice on content and best practices.
The programs that acquire the validation of their programs by the scientific board, in addition to acquire the label of the Council of Europe and its program of Cultural Routes, will be incorporated into the website of the European Routes of Jewish Heritage of the AEPJ, from where the AEPJ will work in the promotion of the different programs, and through the AEPJ will acquire the label of the Council of Europe.
The Route will be promoted by AEPJ through being featured as AEPJ approved in all AEPJ-materials, including its website. AEPJ will represent, and promote, the European Route of Jewish Heritage within the Council of Europe and more generally within the international arena.
The provider will work collaboratively with AEPJ and will respond positively to all reasonable requests for information and to participate in AEPJ initiatives.
The Provider is willing to work collaboratively with other appropriate heritage-related programmes in the area and other Jewish heritage programmes in and beyond the area. This will include promoting the wider European Route of Jewish Heritage, and sharing the Provider’s experiences with other Routes of the European Route of Jewish Heritage.
If you already have a developed Jewish Route
If you need tools or support to develop your Jewish Route
This is the main door to the European Routes of Jewish Heritage. Every year, we’ll open a call for applications for those interested in participating and being part of the European Route of Jewish Heritage.
This call is open to all types of organisations, institutions and associations, with the ability to create and operate a cross-sectional project, with different stakeholders.
We also welcome projects on a local level with potential to develop regionally or nationally, as well as projects already operating on regional or national levels that wish to upgrade them. Institutions can present their Route from a geographical or conceptual approach.
Institutions can present their Route from a geographical or conceptual approach.
The call is open annually from September 15 to December 15.
It is a method-oriented program focusing on acquiring the necessary tools and support structures for the development of their Jewish Heritage Route. The program is designed by the members of the scientific committee of the AEPJ.
The program will combine sessions oriented towards all the participants on general topics with individualised sessions with a mentor of the scientific committee.
The objective of the program is to give the participants the opportunity to create a work plan for the following year to implement in their projects.
This training is organised annually. In the section Training Program we will announce the details of the next training.