PRJ – MADE IN-LAND (local)
/ SO 3.1
MAnagement and DEvelopment of INLANDs
3.1 - Make natural and cultural heritage a leverage for sustainable and more balanced territorial development
Marche Region - Budget and National and Community Planning Department
- General public
- Local, regional and national public authorities
- Public service providers
- Cultural and natural heritage management bodies
- Regional and local development agencies, enterprises
- Associations, regional innovation agencies
- Education and training organisations as well as universities and research institutes
The project main objective is to enhance the protection and valorisation of natural and cultural unexploited capital of inland areas by means of tourism development and improved accessibility. MADE IN-LAND aims at setting up a new cross-border strategy that unleashes the potential of inland assets through their inclusion in wider networks and markets.
The cooperation with coastal areas, considered as mass-tourism destinations, through the common and innovative means of integrated management, marketing and promotion foreseen by the project, gives such opportunity to the inland areas and the project regions as a whole.
MADE IN-LAND not only aims at increasing the specific value of hinterlands cultural/natural heritage and their conservation through the empowerment of local communities as custodian of those resources, but also at catching non-seasonal touristic flows and opening to new touristic offers that will enhance the functional, environmental and cultural continuity between the different areas.
F&F – made in-land
Marche Region - National and EU Programming UNIT- Managing Authority for ERDF and ESF ROP
VIA TIZIANO, 44
Ancona - Italy
The project implementing unit is the Managing Authority of ERDF and ESF within Regional Government represents the Marche Region within the Technical Committee for the National Strategy for Inland Areas. The benefits on project participation for the Department are:
- upgrading of regional planning instruments related to the national strategy for internal areas;
- development of innovative models and tools for the management of fragile landscapes trough integrated and CB multi-sectorial policies.
Contact person: Rafaella Triponsi
University of Camerino
UNICAM was founded in 1336. State University since 1958 it is a campus university in the heart of Marche Region with 40% of foreign students. It is one of the leading Italian universities on pursuing “Third Mission”, promoting Communities Engagement and supporting young entrepreneurship. UNICAM includes: Architecture and Design, Law, Biosciences and Veterinary Medicine, Medicine and Health Sciences, Science and Technology, an International School of Advanced Studies and 6 Specialization Schools.
Contact person: Massimiliano Pinat
Superintendence Archeology Fine Arts and Landscape of Marche Region
Municipality of San Leo
San Leo is a small city in the Province of Rimini, Emilia Romagna. Its Municipality has experience and skills of EU Projects, as well as activities concerning the valorization and promotion of the the territory. The Municipality of San Leo is a tourist point of high interest and has a long experience in the organization of cultural events and meetings (more than 30 events organized each year).
Contact person: Cristina Protti
Municipality of Riccia
The Municipality of Riccia is a Town of about 5500 inhabitants located in the Molise Region in South-centre Italy which includes a charming historic village as a result of an architectural complex whose first buildings date back to the Thirteenth Century. Riccia is the Lead partner of the Social Plan Riccia - Bojano, including 24 municipalities in Molise, in the framework of which, the Municipality has carried out many activities aimed at the re-evaluation of local tourism.
Contact person: Alfonsino Moffa
Molise Towards 2000
The Local Action Group (LAG) Molise towards 2000, is a no profit consortium established in 1994 with the aim of designing, implementing and managing initiatives in the field of local development, consisting of a public-private partnership that includes public bodies , trade associations and small and medium enterprises representing the institutional, economic and social background of our territory.
Contact person: Valentina Di Toro
University of Zadar
University tradition in Zadar was founded in 1396. The Teacher Training College, together with the faculty of Philosophy, made the basis of the University of Zadar that the Croatian Parliament founded in 2002. University of Zadar is the largest integrated University in Croatia, which includes 27 departments. The total number of students is around 6000. The University of Zadar performs scientific and professional work, grows and progresses each day and contributes to general development.
Contact person: Deni Ivanov
Zadar County Development Agency Zadra Nova
Zadar County Development Agency ZADRA NOVA was established in 2013 by the Zadar County and the City of Zadar. The Zadar County Development Agency ZADRA NOVA provides systematic support with the establishing and further development of the Zadar County. ZADRA NOVA actively participates in the preparation and implementation of EU projects of local, county and regional significance and in the drafting of local and county development strategies.
Contact person: Lidija Perić
Authority for The Management of Parks and Biodiversity - Romagna
EPB-R manages the regional protected areas (1 Park, 3 Reserves), Natura 2000 sites and the conservation of bio and geodiversity in the eastern territory of the ER region. EPB-R is also responsible for sustainable tourism and environmental education in the same area which hosts high-interest natural and cultural heritage. Among them, the Park Vena del Gesso Romagnola, which contains an outcrop of the Messinian gypsum, forests and karst formations. EPB-R manages 5 Museums and a botanical garden.
Contact person: Fiorenzo Rossetti
AZRRI– Agency for Rural Development of Istria Ltd. Pazin
The Agency for Rural Development of Istria was founded with the aim to support and coordinate development programs regarding the protection of Istrian autochthonous breeds, by combining primary agricultural production and valorization of local and typical products. Since the day AZRRI was established, culture, gastronomy and tradition have played an important role in terms of sustainable development and consequently have led to renewed life in rural areas in Istria.
Contact person: Iris Pentek
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Project flyer in English
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Project flyer in Italian
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Project flyer in Croatian
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Infographic no.1 in English
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