More than twenty members of the Women Writers Route gathered for the 3rd General Meeting that took place online. Various reports were discussed. Particular attention was paid to the evaluation report of the European Institute for Cultural Routes.
At the end of October last year, Katalin Nagy, an independent expert from Hungary, visited the headquarters of the Women Writers Route in Ljubljana and some of the other institutions included in the network in Slovenia and Croatia. Based on the application and her visit, she prepared an evaluation report for the European Institute for Cultural Routes for certification purposes. In this report, as the members of the association are pleased to say, she favourably assessed the activities so far and gave constructive proposals for improvement and progress. The certification process will continue in May at the headquarters of the European Cultural Routes Institute with a presentation of the project at the Governing Board of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe (EPA). This will lead to a decision on the award of the certificate of the Cultural Route of the Council of Europe to the Women Writers Route. The latter currently has 30 members. These include cultural, educational and scientific institutions, local communities and individuals.
At the 3rd General Meeting, members adopted the activity and financial report for 2021 and the work programme for 2022-2023.