The INCULTUM project is on CORDIS


CORDIS is the service of the European Commission to discover the results of the research and innovation initiatives in Europe. It provides information on projects, topics, and publications funded by the EU’s research programs, in multiple languages.

A new ‘Results Pack’ has been published online by CORDIS about the results of the projects funded in Horizon 2020 on the theme of cultural tourism. The title of new publication is “Conserving culture and cultural heritage through inclusive and sustainable development”.

The publication states that “Sustainable cultural tourism puts cultural heritage and local communities at the centre of the decision-making process. This will drive good conservation practices and provide an authentic experience for visitors while supporting the local economy.

In the frame of the Results Pack, together with its sister projects, INCULTUM is presented with a dedicated article titled “Local communities and stakeholders give cultural tourism a boost in Europe’s periphery”. Here you can read about the results of INCULTUM with regard to: Participatory models and collaborative practices for cultural tourism, Exploiting heritage resources as a common good, Capacity building and knowledge transfer for sustainable tourism.



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