Within the framework of the PEOPLE project, a transnational meeting will take place on 6-8 October 2022 in Forlì, Italy. This is the fourth of a series of events in the months from April to October 2022. Download the programme of the event in Forlì (6-8 October).
The PEOPLE project seeks for possible answer to the emerging need of providing young Europeans with deeper knowledge on persecutions that affected EU countries under Totalitarian regimes. Guided tours, exhibitions, video presentations, discussions with students, and much more were on the agenda.
From 5-7 October 2022, ATRIUM Vicepresident Yasho Minkov participates at the 11th Cultural Routes Annual Advisory Forum in Chania, Greece. This year's focus of the Forum is: "Safeguarding European Values, Heritage and Dialogue".
Download the programmeof the 11th Cultural Routes Annual Advisory Forum. Find out more about the Forum on the CoE website.
ATRIUM participates at the FARO Action Research Days
27-28 September 2022 (Bordeaux, France)
ATRIUM will take place in the opening session of the Action Research Days "FARO CONVENTION: DEFINING HERITAGE TOGETHER" on 27-28 September 2022 in Bordeaux, France. The agenda will be published soon.
Faro Project - 4th transnational event
27-28 September (Dimitrovgrad, Bulgaria)
Within the Faro Project, the fourth meeting of the transnational event series will take place in Dimitrovgrad on 27-28 September 2022. Delegations from serveal European countries will particpate in the event to discuss how to create a European narrative of dissonant heritage in European towns through citizens’ participation.
On 20 September 2022, the Fab Route project partners meet in Selinunte (Sicily) for a Transnational Project Meeting. During the session partners will finalise the Training Methodology for Cultural Route officers.
Within the Faro Project, another transnational event will take place in Carbonia on 14-15 July 2022. Delegations from serveal European countries will particpate in the event to discuss how to create a European narrative of dissonant heritage in European towns through citizens’ participation.