Presenting the IDAology Project at the “11th Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe Annual Advisory Forum”

Marina Gerontis, cultural manager and communication manager of the IDAology Project, participated in the 3rd thematic discussion “Promoting creative industries, cultural tourism, innovative technologies for sustainable communities”, presenting the IDAology Project, the deliverables and objectives of the project and the importance that it has within the local cultural imprint in a world that chases uniqueness and authentic experiences. The Cultural Routes Program celebrated its 35th anniversary this year, on the occasion of the 11th Consultative Forum held October 5-7 in Chania, celebrating at the same time a Europe rich in history, heritage, dialogue and values that promotes cultural diversity, intercultural dialogue and sustainable tourism.

This is the largest and most crowded conference in the history of the institution, which was held under the auspices of the President of the Hellenic Presidency of the Republic from 50 countries, 5 ministers, 6 general secretaries, the Vice-President of the Parliamentary Assembly (PACE), the President of the Hellenic Representation Ms. Dora Bakoyannis, the Minister of Culture and Sports of Greece Ms. Lina Mendoni and the President of EOT Ms. Angela Gerekou.

Watch the speech of M. Gerontis here:

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