All over Europe monuments and heritage sites are in danger. Some due to lack of resources or expertise, others due to natural disasters or human actions. To find a sustainable future for these sites, the leading heritage organisation Europa Nostra teamed up with the European Investment Bank Institute and launched, in 2013, the 7 Most Endangered programme.

Brussels / The Hague, 5 April 2017 - The European Commission and Europa Nostra revealed today the winners of the 2017 European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards, Europe’s top honour in the heritage field. The 29 laureates from 18 countries are being recognised for their notable achievements in conservation, research, dedicated service, and education, training and awareness-raising. Independent expert juries examined a total of 202 applications, submitted by organisations and individuals from 39 countries across Europe, and chose the winners.

On 18 and 19 March 2017 Non-profit organization "European Institute of Cultural Tourism" EUREKA "" together with Asociatia ProActiv pentru Comunitate town of Mangalia, Romania with director Nicoletta Griguta organized and held two seminars for Romanian teachers with topic "Quality Management in Education", for which each of them received a certificate of participation.

In Programme coverage are incorporated 10 countries from the Black Sea basin, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine. The overall objective of the Programme is to improve the welfare of the people in the regions of the Black Sea basin through sustainable growth and joint protection of the environment. 

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