Project Partners publish new research report
22 February 2021 | By Atlantic CultureScape
Atlantic CultureScape: Intangible Cultural Heritage as an economic driver: insights from existing projects
In order to position Atlantic CultureScape within the existing body of knowledge generated by past and ongoing Interreg projects, the University of Vigo and the Directorate General of Tourism of the Regional Government of Cantabria have worked on the development an analysis of relevant projects with a focus on themes related to intangible cultural heritage and tourism.
This research report delivers on Work Package 3, action 3.2 which required research into previous projects and case studies applicable to the main objectives of Atlantic CultureScape. On the premise that resources related to Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) can be drivers for economic development, the results of previous Interreg projects –as well as the expected outcomes for Atlantic CultureScape– were considered as part of this research.
This action has made it possible to the project to build on the results of previous projects, and their key findings and recommendations, to create a solid basis for the Atlantic CultureScape project’s implementation.
The results of this study have been published in a book format entitled “ATLANTIC CULTURESCAPE. Intangible Cultural Heritage as an economic driver: insights from existing projects“.
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