NETWORLD Networking in preserving the First World War multicultural heritage in the Danube countries

 

NETWORLD
Labelled DTP project - European Year of Culture Heritage 2018

 

Fourteen project partners from nine Danube Transnational Programme countries joint their efforts in the NETWORLD proposal to manage the sustainable use of the First World War cultural heritage by combining it with a quality cultural tourism. Ten Associated Partners participate.

During the preparation phase the proposal needs was identified. In order to have a joint First World War heritage evaluation there is a need to upgrade the national efforts and results on a Danube Transnational Programme level with a heritage management plan, database, strategy, project, results capitalisation, educational events and conferences. The stock of information will allow the link to develop cultural touristic routes to battlefield and memory places. The access will be improved by using innovative ICT tools. In order to have a large public recognition on the effects of the First World War  a further need is to analyse the heritage sites availability for touristic purposes, and to attract the younger generation by educational materials, games, ICT applications, lectures on First World War  impact, testing and demonstration activities. The Danube Transnational Programme website information will allow follow up activities.

NETWORLD contributes to the Danube Transnational Programme objectives SO2.2 by strengthening the joint and integrated approaches in preserving and managing the First World War cultural heritage and resources in the Danube region as a basis for sustainable development and growth, in order to increase mobility, sustainability, common remembering and cultural tourism.

NETWORLD applies a system approach in managing the First World War cultural heritage by identifying the lacks/needs for change on the heritage topics and related target groups needs to have the linkage between the heritage management and sustainable cultural tourism. The possibilities to link people to people within different cultures in the Danube Transnational Programme countries will be performed by a common strategy and database, increased mobility, cultural tourism, applying ICT tools, demonstration and testing. The expected changes will be obtained by the performed activities and outputs.

The main objectives of the NETWORLD project are to increase the awareness of the First World War heritage and its sustainable use for the development of quality cultural tourism.

The NETWORLD specific project objectives refer to:

  • preparing a database, a strategy and a management plan for architectural First World War heritage
  • improving the cooperation between countries of the Danube region in order to commemorate the First World War centenaries
  • increasing awareness and visitor numbers of First World War heritage by providing diversified quality tourist promotion brochures and by demonstrating the common brand “Walk of Peace” in the Danube region
  • promoting the value of peace, based on a common commemoration of First World War shared past through e.g. transnational events, scientific conferences, youth exchanges, education tools.
Networking in preserving the First World War multicultural heritage in the Danube countries
Start date
01-01-2017
End date
30-06-2019
Budget in Euro
Overall: 1869398
ERDF Contribution: 1404144,74
IPA Contribution: 184843,55
ENI Contribution: 0
Call number
Call 1
Priority
Environment and culture responsible Danube region
Specific objective
Foster sustainable use of natural and cultural heritage and resources

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Filename Date of upload
2nd Newsletter 08-01-2018 12:09:07
Newsletter - June 2017 11-07-2017 21:55:20
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Project Partners

Name Type Email Country
Soca Valley Development Centre Lead partner vesna.kozar@prc.si Slovenia
The Walk of Peace in the Soča Region Foundation ERDF partner info@potmiru.si Slovenia
Rozemberk Society ERDF partner dulfer@rozmberk.org Czech Republic
Varna Economic Development Agency ERDF partner office@veda-bg.eu Bulgaria
Cultural LAB Social Cooperative ERDF partner matacsaba@gmail.com Hungary
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Project News

  • NETWORLD - Press Conference in Zenica (VIDEO)
    - 06-06-2018
    Press Conference in Zenica (VIDEO)

    Department for Development and International Projects of Zenica-Doboj Canton (SSRMP IPA PP2) under WP2.2 (Communication plan and Dissemination) organized a Press conference of the NETWORLD project on 9th May 2018 at the Zenica City Museum, aiming...

  • NETWORLD - Opening Event Castle Artstetten
    - 05-06-2018
    Opening Event Castle Artstetten

    Through the Keyhole: Narrated History! Archduke Franz Ferdinand and the First World War Artstetten, 6 April 2018   The Austrian education and demonstration activities of NETWORLD (WP 6) have been focused on Castle Artstetten as a highly...

  • NETWORLD - Press conference in Zenica
    - 30-05-2018
    Press conference in Zenica

    Department for Development and International Projects of Zenica-Doboj Canton (SSRMP IPA PP2) under WP2.2 (Communication plan and Dissemination) organized a Press conference of the NETWORLD project on 9th May 2018 at the Zenica City Museum, aiming...

  • NETWORLD - Roundtable on preservation and management of Austria's First World War Heritage in the Carnic Alps, Carinthia and East Tyrol
    - 29-05-2018
    Roundtable on preservation and management of Austria's First World War Heritage in the Carnic Alps, Carinthia and East Tyrol

    The Austrian NETWORLD project partners die Berater and Danube University Krems organised a roundtable that took place on May 17, 2018 in Kötschach-Mauthen (Carinthia) in order to discuss with relevant stakeholders the future handling of the First...

  • NETWORLD - WW1 Heritage Promotion in Sarajevo
    - 28-05-2018
    WW1 Heritage Promotion in Sarajevo

    School of Economics and Business in Sarajevo organized a city tour for media representatives on May 24th, 2018. The city tour was about promotion of the WW1 heritage in Sarajevo and development of WW1 tourism related...

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