|D1.2||Mid-term public report|
This deliverable is the public version of the mid-term report on project activities and results.
|D1.4||Final public report|
This deliverable is the public version of the final report on project activities and final results.
|D2.1||INCULTUM online presence|
This deliverable describes the INCULTUM website, including the public website and the reserved area for partners. The website is structured as a portal, consisting of various sections dedicated to the communication of the project’s actions.
|D2.3||Report on dissemination and communication|
This deliverable summarises the dissemination and communication activities and their main achievements, both at pilot level and at project’s level.
|Promoter S.r.l.||due M36|
The book will be published as Open Access and will explore the context of change, the innovation potential and the role of cultural tourism in European social, cultural and economic development, with a specific address to policy makers, programme owners and CH managers.
|D3.2||Intermediate findings presentation|
It presents findings from before the pilot phases for destinations where innovative approaches are introduced and for control destinations (the counterfactual).
|D3.3||Findings analysis report|
It reports on the analysis of findings from the pilot, elaborating on the short- to medium-term effects of the pilot phase, and outcomes for the analysis of the findings.
|D3.4||Data Management Plan final version|
This deliverable includes the final list of datasets produced in the project, their sharing policies, formats used and preservation measures, where apply, all made available as Open Data, along with an extensive catalogue of metadata describing the data collection process and each of the variables
|D4.1||Report on participatory models|
Report on participatory models contains robust overview of participatory models; comparison of participatory models in Europe and beyond; the selection of participatory models suitable for cultural tourism and their implementation through pilot actions; and good practice recommendation for integration of participatory models in cultural tourism.
|D4.2||Policy brief on sustainable tourism|
First Policy brief on sustainable tourism concept, marginal areas and marginal heritage, methodologies and innovatives approaches to achieve positive social, economic, cultural and environmental impacts.
|D4.3||Report from the Brussels’ policy workshop and round table|
Report from the policy workshop and the Brussels’ round table containing the main findings and outcomes regarding the major drivers and barriers that account for the success or failure of participatory models. Report Concludes relevant policy recommendations or measures to be considered by preparing an evaluation framework for participatory models.
The report includes a policy brief and two think papers. The document will be focussed on participatory models and sustainable cultural tourism and on synergies among participatory models, innovative tools and policies, and it will be supported by demonstrative cases (mainly WP5 cases) and connected with impact (WP7) and Structural Investment Funds policies.
|D5.1||Intermediate Pilots report|
An intermediate brief report about pilots activities, highlighting commonalities and differences among the various pilots and key aspects of each case, including a first evaluation of the work done with a special focus on the methodologies applied in order to foster methods transfer among pilots and the sharing of best practices.
|D5.2||Final Pilots report|
Building upon the D5.1, the final report will include a complete evaluation of the work done with a special focus on lessons learnt and the produced impact against the expected impact and KPI.
|D6.1||INCULTUM training portal|
The deliverable describes the section of the project’s website dedicated to the training portal. The portal provides access to the training resources, and in particular to the following topics: community management to plan sustainable tourism destinations; best practices for socio-economic local development; strategies for social branding. The portal contains links to the outputs of the other WPs and tasks. The deliverable illustrates how the online material is organised in order to fulfil the training needs of multiple targets, namely: students, researchers, policy makers and more specifically local stakeholders (including local administrations, tourism operators and tourism specialists).
|D6.2||Guidelines on the use of European Structural and Investment Funds|
The deliverable is provided in the form of a webinar, accessible through the project’s website under the training portal. The Guidelines will provide hints and instructions for the re-use of the experiences that have been gathered in the pilots, as well as other resources related to critical review of the effectiveness of regional development policies and instruments.
This deliverable documents the results of activities for the creation of an INCULTUM network to attract endorsement; establish relationships to leverage in the future; and starting a multiplier effect, in order to endorse and to feed the effort into
|Promoter S.r.l.||due M36|
This deliverable presents the preliminary results of stakeholders mapping activity. The map will be a “living” document and will be updated during the entire life of the project. The deliverable is the first complete draft map.
|D7.3||Updated plan for the impact, evaluation and exploitation of results|
This deliverable contains the crucial updated version of the Impact, evaluation and exploitation plan, elabo-rated on the basis of continuous tracking of the effectiveness of the activities and, crucially, the feed-back from the midterm