On 11th of August 2016, took place the first press conference, in Delta Hotel - Tulcea City, of the project entitled “HERICOAST – Management of heritage in coastal landscapes”.
Administrative Territorial Unit Tulcea County – Tulcea County Council is partner within the project entitled “HERICOAST – Management of heritage in coastal landscapes” together with Vest – Agder County Council, Norway (lead applicant), Castilla y Leon Regional Government – Regional Ministry of Culture and Tourism (Spain), Molise Region (Italy), Leartibai Development Agency(Spain), Donegal County Council (Ireland), VU University, research institute Clue+ -Amsterdam(Netherlands) and Civilscape (Netherlands).
The project is financed under INTERREG EUROPE 2014-2020 Cooperation Program (first call) and it will be implemented in 54 months. This project aims to improve regional policies for heritage management in maritime and fluvial regions in line with EC’s advice on improving heritage management.
The project allows the national public authorities, regional and local authorities and other actors of regional importance to exchange best practices and ideas on the implementation of public policies and to find practical solutions to improve strategies for citizens.
The local stakeholders with relevant role to fulfill the purpose of the project are:
- Eco – Museum Research Institute (ICEM Tulcea)
- Territorial Administrative Unit Sulina
- Territorial Administrative Unit Jurilovca
- Territorial Administrative Unit Sarichioi
- Territorial Administrative Unit Murighiol
- Territorial Administrative Unit Sfantu Gheorghe
- Territorial Administrative Unit C.A Rossetti
- Territorial Administrative Unit Chilia
- County Department for Culture, Cults and National Cultural Heritage
- Center of Roman Archaeological Heritage Studies in the Black Sea Association (CeRAHeS)
- South-East Regional Development Agency.