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A PROJECT PROMOTED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF TERAMO, ORGANIZED BY THE ASSOCIATION ABRUZZO A PIEDE LIBERO.


Slow tourism, as an innovative sustainability practice, is a formidable tool for historical, artistic and cultural heritage promotion. On the one hand, it stimulates people to visit territories in a careful and responsible way and, on the other hand, it raises awareness among resident communities towards a more complete activation of local resources. Paths are a typical expression of it with the intrinsic ability to attract a more aware and sustainable tourism for the affected communities. In Abruzzo we can find several examples: il Cammino dei Briganti, il Cammino di San Tommaso, il Cammino delle terre mutate, il Cammino dei Parchi.
Il Cammino d’Abruzzo, a project of the association Abruzzo a Piede Libero, is a wider experience: it covers the entire Abruzzo territory with a path of about 700 Km.
Tax Law Chair of Faculty of Law – University of Teramo, already holder of a national research project about public finance and taxation of cultural heritage, has chosen it as a model of study and deepening.

THE PATH

Passion for sustainable and green slow walks

An itinerary that lets you explore all the diversity Abruzzo has to offer. Experience a path where valleys and hills intertwine and sea and mountains look at each other.

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THE PROJECT

PRIN 2015

Although the Constitutional Charter requires the protection and promotion of landscape and cultural heritage (art. 9), the lack of public funds is sadly known. It is not only a national problem, but a European one. In the Italian experience there’s a lack of fiscal and public finance policies which guarantee a systematic financing to the cultural sector. We can find only sporadic and emergency interventions. Starting from criticalities, the research project has the objective to analyze the most important and relevant international experiences. The project aims to prepare concrete proposal for action in order to ensure sufficient resources for the promotion and the protection of cultural heritage.

THE MEETINGS

TERAMO 23th January 2020

The workshop took place in Teramo on the 23th January, 2020. The meeting aimed to draw the attention to the Abruzzo territory and to the tools useful to promote its culture, its art and history. The 2019 was the year of the slow tourism. As you know slow tourism is an innovative sustainability practice, and a formidable tool for historical, artistic and cultural heritage promotion. On the one hand, it stimulates people to visit territories in a careful and responsible way and, on the other hand, it raises awareness among resident communities towards a more complete activation of local resources. The workshop wishes to sensitize local politicians, touristic operators and local associations about this tool and it discusses with them perspectives and possibilities with them. The seminar has only one session in the morning during which the project of Il Cammino d’Abruzzo was illustrated. A final round table saw experts and scholars expose their experiences and studies.

PESCARA 13th 14th - ROME 17th June 2019

Public finance and taxation for cultural heritage: a single title for more meetings. Two meetings in Pescara and one in Rome on the days of 13th, 14th and 17th June, 2019. The first meeting took place in Pescara, at the University of G. D’Annunzio; PhD candidates, Phd students and young researchers discussed matters of public finance and taxation of cultural heritage. The second meeting took place in Pescara, too, at the Aurum d’Annunzio hall; it was an international meeting and was organized in two sessions and in a final panel discussion about international best practices. The meeting aimed to analyze financial and taxation measures in Italy, European State members and extra European State members to outline objectives, positives and negative aspects, theoretical and practical issues and in particular to define improvements profiles and new measures. The third and last meeting took place in Rome, at La Sapienza University; during this day the first results of the research were presented to the concerned institutions.

TERAMO 20th April 2018

CONVERSATIONS ON THE SEVENTH ART – CINEMA AS AN EXPRESSION OF NATIONAL CULTURE: TAX AND PUBLIC FINANCE MEASURES FOR ITS PROMOTION – MEETING OF 20TH APRIL 2018 The meeting of studies “Conversations on the Seventh Art – Cinema as an expression of national culture: tax and public finance measures for its promotion” was organized by the Tax law chair of University of Teramo in the context of the research project “PRIN 2015”. The meeting took place in Teramo on April 20th, 2018, at the University Campus Aurelio Saliceti, in the graduation hall of Faculty of Law. The meeting has been articulated into two sessions: on the first day, law scholars, experts and local politicians spoke about the state of the film industry; in the afternoon one, law scholars explained in detail the national and European cinema law and the tax and public financial measures for film industry. Both sessions was closed with a panel discussion where youth researchers and the audience were involved. The Book: “Conversations on the Seventh Art – Cinema as an expression of national culture: tax and public finance measures for its promotion”, published by ESI in 2020, collects the main contributions.

FLORENCE 12th May 2017

PUBLIC FINANCE AND TAX MEASURES FOR CULTUTAL HERITAGE – 12TH MAY 2017, FLORENCE. In the meeting of 12th May 2017, in Florence, the research project was presented; the event was preceded, on the day before, by a presentation of papers selected with a call for paper. The meeting had a complex articulation with an introductive plenary session and a closing one and there were many thematic tables where arguments of international relevance were addressed. Among them: public finance interventions and national and international tax benefits for the cultural heritage; examination of the tax system of historic and artistic immovables. The event involved the participation of world – renowned scholars, researchers and experts and all of them made their contribution to the full exam of the topic. The book: Public Finance and Tax Measures for Cultural Heritage – First reflections, published in 2019 by Giappichelli, in the series Italian and European Tax Law, collects the main contributions.

AMSTERDAM 24th April 2017

PUBLIC FINANCE AND TAX MEASURES FOR THE CULTURAL HERITAGE - Research “kick-off” Seminar in preparation for the Florence conference of 12th May 2017. The seminar represented the kick - off of the research and the first and profitable comparison to prepare the conference in Florence. The PRIN researchers have been guests of the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation (IBFD), in Amsterdam, where they discussed the themes of the project meeting with international experts who have offered interesting ideas.