Liberation Route Europe
A JOINT INITIATIVE FROMRegional Tourist Board Arnhem NijmegenNational Liberation Museum 1944-1945Airborne Museum ‘Hartenst...
GOALS Give new meaning to WW2 as part of common European history Economic development by improving national and internatio...
80 GPS located audio spots
Education packs
20112012
LIBERATION ROUTE EUROPE  Gives a European dimension to  Liberation Route  Overview of Liberation Route  projects
LIBERATION ROUTE EUROPE (2) European partners Lobbying Results Topics
LIBERATION ROUTEStart of the European extension    Arnhem Nijmegen City Region;    the Brussels Office    Spring 2011    S...
LIBERATION ROUTEStart of the European extension (2)     European funding     Different aspects like education,     tourism...
APPLICATIONS FOREUROPEAN FUNDING  Interreg IV B programme  Seventh FrameWork programme  Europe for Citizens programme  DG ...
EUROPEAN PARTNERS  Strategic partners  Project partners – dependent on  individual project specifications  (universities, ...
EUROPEAN PARTNERSCity of Bastogne, Federation Touristique Luxembourg Belge,Autonome Hochschule Deutschsprachigen Gemeinsch...
EUROPEAN PARTNERSAllierten Museum Berlin, Kreis Düren, RureifelTourismus, Institut for Zeitgeschichte, Visit Berlin
EUROPEAN PARTNERSHampshire County Council, Visit Kent, New Forest National Park,Tourism South East, Brittany Ferries, Univ...
EUROPEAN PARTNERSRegion Basse Normandie, Museum Memorial Caen, Comité Regionaldu Tourisme Paris Ile de France Paris, Regio...
EUROPEAN PARTNERSMuseum of the Second World War Gdańsk,University Warschau, Faculty History
EUROPEAN PARTNERSAirborne Museum ‘Hartenstein’,National Liberation Museum 1944-1945,Liberty Park, Overloon, Regional Touri...
FOCUS ON 2014/2015 European Year of Remembrance  International Youth Conference              Arnhem  Exhibition European P...
FUTURE PLANSCommemoration Year 2014/2015  Cooperation with Normandy and with  other European partners  Cooperation within ...
FUTURE PLANS The Netherlands are looking for candidats in relation to the European Heritage label
FOCUSSING ON Liberation Route Foundation Organisation Activity Plan Finances
Thank you for your attention!         © Liberation Route Europe Foundation
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Presentatie van de Liberation Route in de Permanente Vertegenwoordiging van het Koninkrijk der Nederlanden te Brussel. In aanwezigheid van o.a. de voorzitter van het Europees Parlement, de heer M. Schulz, en vertegenwoordigers van organisaties en overheden uit GB, VS, Belgie, Frankrijk, Polen, Duitsland en NL. Datum: 9 oktober 2012.

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Final version ppt lr e 07.10.12

  1. 1. Liberation Route Europe
  2. 2. A JOINT INITIATIVE FROMRegional Tourist Board Arnhem NijmegenNational Liberation Museum 1944-1945Airborne Museum ‘Hartenstein’ Liberation Route Europe
  3. 3. GOALS Give new meaning to WW2 as part of common European history Economic development by improving national and international tourism
  4. 4. 80 GPS located audio spots
  5. 5. Education packs
  6. 6. 20112012
  7. 7. LIBERATION ROUTE EUROPE Gives a European dimension to Liberation Route Overview of Liberation Route projects
  8. 8. LIBERATION ROUTE EUROPE (2) European partners Lobbying Results Topics
  9. 9. LIBERATION ROUTEStart of the European extension Arnhem Nijmegen City Region; the Brussels Office Spring 2011 Survey of European partners Why apply for European funding?
  10. 10. LIBERATION ROUTEStart of the European extension (2) European funding Different aspects like education, tourism, economic development, cultural heritage, innovation, ICT, etc.
  11. 11. APPLICATIONS FOREUROPEAN FUNDING Interreg IV B programme Seventh FrameWork programme Europe for Citizens programme DG Enterprise, cooperation for development European tourism products cultural heritage
  12. 12. EUROPEAN PARTNERS Strategic partners Project partners – dependent on individual project specifications (universities, ICT companies, etc.) Supporting partners/observers
  13. 13. EUROPEAN PARTNERSCity of Bastogne, Federation Touristique Luxembourg Belge,Autonome Hochschule Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft,DG Grenzgeschichte
  14. 14. EUROPEAN PARTNERSAllierten Museum Berlin, Kreis Düren, RureifelTourismus, Institut for Zeitgeschichte, Visit Berlin
  15. 15. EUROPEAN PARTNERSHampshire County Council, Visit Kent, New Forest National Park,Tourism South East, Brittany Ferries, University of Portsmouth, Schoolof Creative Technologies
  16. 16. EUROPEAN PARTNERSRegion Basse Normandie, Museum Memorial Caen, Comité Regionaldu Tourisme Paris Ile de France Paris, Region Ile de France, ComitéRégional de Tourisme de Normandie, Normandie Mémoire,Communauté de Communes de Sainte Mère-Eglise
  17. 17. EUROPEAN PARTNERSMuseum of the Second World War Gdańsk,University Warschau, Faculty History
  18. 18. EUROPEAN PARTNERSAirborne Museum ‘Hartenstein’,National Liberation Museum 1944-1945,Liberty Park, Overloon, Regional Tourist Board Arnhem Nijmegen,Tourist Board Brabant, Liberation Route Europe Foundation, UniversityNijmegen, Radboud University Nijmegen, Arnhem Nijmegen CityRegion, Province of Gelderland, VFonds
  19. 19. FOCUS ON 2014/2015 European Year of Remembrance International Youth Conference Arnhem Exhibition European Parliament
  20. 20. FUTURE PLANSCommemoration Year 2014/2015 Cooperation with Normandy and with other European partners Cooperation within The Netherlands
  21. 21. FUTURE PLANS The Netherlands are looking for candidats in relation to the European Heritage label
  22. 22. FOCUSSING ON Liberation Route Foundation Organisation Activity Plan Finances
  23. 23. Thank you for your attention! © Liberation Route Europe Foundation

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