European Stories is an Erasmus+ project which is working to enhance the cultural diversity of European regions by exploring the intersection of inclusion/participation, language, culture, tourism and storytelling.

European Stories Resources

Our team of European experts have created a set of education resources which are free and open for all adult educators, community development, heritage and tourism stakeholders to use. Click below to find out a little more about each of these.

European Stories Curriculum

A curriculum which explores the connection between people, places and stories.

European Stories Toolbox

A practical guide to 23 digital tools for digital storytelling in tourism and heritage

Study on Tourism Microsystems

A study and a manual for the creation of participatory projects for tourism and heritage.
We are working to...
  • bring together groups and individuals from different local communities and encourage them to create and tell stories that add value to local cultural tourism offerings
  • develop training resources for mediators and adult trainers in the creative and tourism sectors to guide their work with these groups and individuals
  • publish the results of the project (3 key outputs and a 3 learning activities) and make the results of European Stories transferable to all regions across Europe
We are passionate about...


We embrace diversity and multiculturalism and recognise it as an opportunity to tell and learn new and interesting stories. Our work supports the inclusion of adults in difficult situations and/or different ethnicities to engage in community heritage/tourism projects.


Our approach upskills the residents (non-natives in particular) of under-visited neighbourhoods to be tourism ambassadors with the skills to promote the historical heritage of the places they live


EU Stories promotes and explores European Heritage in many ways. Our work will bring the historicial heritage or lesser know neighbourhoods and tourist regions to the fore. Our exploration and celebration of language and peoples stories examines what we mean by European cultural identity in an increasing globalised world.

"Walking a mile in someone else's shoes isn't as much about the walk or the shoes; it's to be able to think like they think, feel what they feel, and understand why they are who and where they are. Every step is about empathy."
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