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All Routes lead to Rome
Description/achievement of initiative

"All Routes lead to Rome" aims at enhancing Italian and other European territories crossed by historical and cultural routes by supporting the creation and development of slow tourism products, by developing local resources (natural environment, historical assets, local products, cultural traditions, etc.), by improving the organizational capacity of local communities in a collaborative between public and private parties and by implementing promotion and marketing activities for territorial institutions and business enterprises. "All Routes lead to Rome" is also an annual international Meeting.

Implementation methodologies

The project is a governance structure comprising a leadership with an high-level commitment, local authorities, several stakeholders in the public and private sector, united by a long-term vision and a planned agenda with goals, targets and indicators. Our medium-term priorities is alligned to the medium-term national development strategy, with qualitative and quantitative smart targets.

Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer

The project incorporating a wide range of activities aimed at addressing gaps in the ability of institutions and single partners to produce, manage, use, implement and scale up their endeavours, in formal and informal ways. In this regard, the project strongly support the efforts of single partners to utilize cost-benefit analysis for informed policymaking in the area of sustainable development, including models specific to "sweet mobility design" that evaluate the technical, financial, social, economic and environmental aspects related to the "light infrastructures" (cycleways, walking paths, bridleways, etc.).

Coordination mechanisms/governance structure

The scope and ambition of the partnership is to give a contribution to the italian Agenda 2030 development process. This will require collaboration, innovative and incentive systems that facilitate cross-sectoral action and shared accountability across different levels of government, across non-governmental stakeholders and civil society. Particularly, we've created a new framework to enable coordination in the "sweet" mobility sector (walking, cycling, etc.) to contribute at the SDGs implementation.


Cammini d'Europa, CoMoDo, Viandando, Focsiv, Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Vie Sacre, Infosei,
Progress reports
Goal 11
Goal 17
Annual Meeting proceedings
Staff / Technical expertise
Each partner dedicates a resource full time and other part-time resources.
In-kind contribution
Each partner takes a part of the costs from a circular economy perspective.

Basic information
Time-frame: 11/2016 - 11/2029
Cammini d'Europa, CoMoDo, Viandando, Focsiv, Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Vie Sacre, Infosei,
Contact information
Federico Massimo Ceschin, General secretary, fmceschin@camminideuropa.eu
United Nations