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“Collaborative Networks of Multilevel Actors to advance quality standards for heritage tourism at Cross Border Level”( ‘’ALECTOR’’) – it is a grant project financed by European Union which serves as  the Black Sea cross border cultural tourism quality development.  According to the project infrastructure of cultural tourism of Georgia  (representative Batumi Archaeological Museum), Ukraine ( Donetsk public union ‘’Alliance’’),Romania (tourism development national agency), Bulgaria (Black Sea Union of Local Authorities), Turkey (Istanbul Province, Eastern Black Sea Development Agency and Bahchishehiris University) and Drama Development Agency (leader organization, Greece) should be improved: banners, internet applications, video clips, exhibitions, open museum projects and planning of cultural tourism routes. The project has been implemented from January 2013 to May 2016. Now on the 26th of February the presentation of the project  is held at the Batumi Archaeological Museum with the partner  organization (Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport of Adjara, Cultural Heritage Protection Agency, Batumi State University, Contemporary Art Centre of Batumi, Nobel Brothers Museum, Botanical Garden, Seaside Boulevard, Department of Tourism and Resorts of Adjara, ) representatives.  We’ll  introduce them 10 tourist destination objects which we’ve chosen as the most optimal option of one-day tourist tour. 



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First call for Papers - ALECTOR Project International Conference

The ENPI CBC Black Sea JOP Project ALECTOR is a first attempt at Black Sea Level to equally offer dislocated audiences the chance to create their personal place-bonding with cultural assets presented independently of place and time, promoting  the Project  region at global level with exceptional cognitive-emotional heritage experiences.The Project’s International Conference aims to communicate to multiple target publics the project achieved results, methodologies and planning strategies developed, local implemented pilot applications using the international experience in the heritage sector  and more particular in the conservation, protection, management and communication of heritage.The Conference title “Caring and Sharing: The Heritage Environment as an Agent for Change” intends to sample contributions from the international academiccommunity and share across multiple target publics project results achieved, methodologies developed and planning strategies suggested, offering at the same time an international forum on issues regarding the sustainable place making and the dynamics of cultural values for regional and local development. In this way comprehension and support of local governments and related decision makers along with the awareness of the general public, will be raised and maintained. We are inviting submissions of both theoretical and empirical research papers related to the following specific topics: 1.    Standardization in tourism- a new approach based of R&D and ICT; 2.    Local developments and international networking through heritage products and services; Climate change and the historic environment, natural and cultural heritage risks and hazards; 3.   Smart specialization and financing of local tourism development based on heritage valuing an assessments; 4.    Teaching methods for novel professional profiles, future experts in heritage, tourism and hospitality industries, including cultural communication and the interpretation of heritage; 5.    Anthropologicalcultural heritage, tangible and intangible heritage assets as a main identity pillars for socio-economic development and community cohesion; 6.    Topics in natural heritage management, architectural conservation and protection of monuments and fabric. The list is not exhaustive. For additional thematic sessions aminimum 10 submitted papers are requested. The submitted papers should have different authors and not withthe same institutional affiliation.A paper should respect Elsevier format and to have a length of 6-8 pages, including annexes and references. For one paper, a maximum number of 4 authors is admitted.A maximum 2 papers per author are accepted.Only papers that are presented in the Conference’s sessions will be published in Conference Proceedings and will be published on-line.There is no participation fee for the Conference registration.For social events and study visits participation is fee up to a maximum limit of 120 participants.The travel and accommodation is in the participants’ responsibility. The organizing committee willhelp Conference participants with specific information.


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