Workshops, studies, guidelines and tools from the Project’s Activities

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Targets: public administrators, tourism professionals, cultural managers

This section is composed by two parts:

  • the area dedicated to policy recommendations
  • the area dedicated to research outcomes

The former area is accessible via the ‘Policy Toolbox‘ where you can find:

The Policy briefs and the Think papers produced by Bibracte partner are available for download (PDF). They addresse the themes of sustainable tourism concept, marginal areas and marginal heritage, methodologies and innovative approaches to achieve positive social, economic, cultural and environmental impacts.

The Report from the Policy Workshop and Round Table organised in collaboration with the sister Innovation Actions on cultural tourism funded by the EU (PDF).

The latter area is accessible via the buttons below. Here, you can access the outcomes produced by the investigation conducted in the INCULTUM project that constitute valuable resources to be exploited for the organisation of specific training initiatives by all the parties interested in the replication of the INCULTUM experiences, including but not limited to public administrators, tourism professionals and cultural managers.

The resources accessible through the buttons below have been produced in the frame of the pilot activities as well as during the work conducted by:

  • University of Southern Denmark, responsible for the analysis of data generated in the INCULTUM Pilots and for the development of the Guidelines for the use of Structural Funds for cultural tourism initiatives
  • Matej Bel University, responsible for the study of participatory models in cultural tourism and cultural management and the identification of good practices used and recommended in the INCULTUM Pilots
  • Copenhagen Business School, responsible for the mapping and analysis of the stakeholders of the territories involved in the INCULTUM Pilots

Data Collection & Analysis

Participatory Models & Tools

Stakeholders Mapping

Guide to Structural Funding