The research workshop on agritourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia was held at the University of Banja Luka. More than 50 representatives of project partners, academia, regional development agencies, professionals employed in tourism, entity and local authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, participated in the workshop. It was held with the aim of consulting key decision-makers and stakeholders on important issues raised within the research. The workshop was facilitated by prof. Miljan Cvetković and prof. Gordana Rokvić from the Agricultural Faculty of the University of Banja Luka and Mr. Marko Stojanović from the Western Balkan Institute WEBIN from Belgrade.
The research findings will be published in the spring, in the form of 4 reports:
- Report on the Potential for Development of Agritourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia
- Report on the training needs of professionalsemployed in agritourism
- Agritourism stakeholder analysis report
- Policy recommendations on promoting of agritourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.
This activity is part of Work Package 1 in the LANDS project (2017-2020), conducted by a consortium of 13 institutions from 6 European countries. The project is funded through the Erasmus + program.