Victor Sorenssen, director of AEPJ takes part in the webinar "Dialogues of the cultural routes: Challenges and opportunities after the Covid-19"

The Secretariat of the Extended Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes and the European Institute of Cultural Routes is organizing its first cycle of live web seminars: "Dialogues of Cultural Routes: challenges and opportunities post Covid-19".

The aim of this initiative is to examine the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the cultural and tourism sector - in particular on the networks and activities of the Council of Europe's Cultural Routes, to identify the challenges faced by the routes and to discuss the opportunities and innovative solutions to overcome this crisis.

The first edition will take place on Friday 8 May from 15:00 to 16:30 (CEST) and will focus on Cultural Routes based or with a strong presence in Spain.

Future editions will be attended by representatives of the Cultural Routes, the APA member states and institutions from Italy, France, Germany, Northern, Eastern and Southern Europe.

The live webcast of the seminar can be followed on the Facebook page of the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe programme. The public is invited to submit questions for the speakers via the live chat. Please note that the seminar will be held in SPANISH.

Host: Stefano Dominioni, Executive Secretary of the Extended Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes, Director of the European Institute of Cultural Routes

Moderator: Eladio Fernandez Galiano, Special Advisor to the Cultural Routes Programme of the Council of Europe

- Miguel Angel Martin Ramos, President of the Cooperation Network of the Routes of Emperor Carlos V
- Ramon Montes Technical Coordinator, Paths of Historic Rock Art
- Victor Sorenssen, Director, European Route of Jewish Heritage
- Mª Nava Castro Domínguez, Director, Tourism of Galicia
- Concepcion de Santa Ana Fernandez, Managing Director, Fundación Pública Andaluza El Legado Andalusí
- Elena Valdes del Fresno, Head of Cultural Tourism and Content Marketing, Turespaña
- Monica Redondo Alvarez Counsellor, Deputy Directorate General for Cooperation and International Cultural Promotion, Ministry of Culture and Sport
- Jordi Tresserras Juan, Director, LABPATC Cultural Heritage and Tourism Laboratory, University of Barcelona

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