Nos partenaires

Our partners are 100% involved in and committed to the TERRE D'EST's projects. Whether these are institutions or associations, they put their trust and confidence in us and some of them have been doing so for more than 20 years now!

Alliance française

The Alliance Française foundation is the organisational and legal figurehead of the various Alliances françaises. When an Alliance is created, it seeks recognition from the Foundation through the approval of its articles of association. When it seeks to expand, the Foundation is there to provide advice. When it needs to train its staff, the Foundation provides support.

Alsace Active

Alsace Active provides technical and financial support for projects which create long-term jobs, through their economic activities, as a priority for persons in precarious situations.

Atout France I CFTJ

The CFTJ is a group of professionals within the Maison de la France, an organisation which works to promote French tourism abroad. The CFTJ promotes tourism for young people and helps launch the products and services developed by its members.

Bas-Rhin tourisme | www.tourisme67.com

The Lower Rhine tourism development agency prepares and implements the area's tourism policy. It brings together all stakeholders in the tourism sector and coordinates initiatives. It is strongly attached to developing and adapting the range of tourism facilities and activities in the area.

Châteaux forts vivants

We are a network comprised of 11 associations working to protect heritage in the Lower Rhine area. We pool equipment and know-how, and facilitate the work of enthusiasts keen to take part in restoring a historical castle.

Conseil Départemental du Bas-Rhin

The Lower Rhine Departmental Council is the local authority which manages the area’s affairs. The decentralisation laws have given it local powers concerning the daily lives of all of the Lower Rhine area’s citizens.

Conseil Départemental du Haut-Rhin

The Upper Rhine area has many advantages making this a leading tourist destination including a variety of landscapes, a huge diversity of cultural heritage sites and unique Villages in Bloom to name but some. Keen to continue its effective and visionary tourism policy, working with its partners the Département (county) of the Upper Rhine has prepared a tourism development strategy in Alsace.The Upper Rhine area has many advantages making this a leading tourist destination including a variety of landscapes, a huge diversity of cultural heritage sites and unique Villages in Bloom to name but some. Keen to continue its effective and visionary tourism policy, working with its partners the Département (county) of the Upper Rhine has prepared a tourism development strategy in Alsace.The Upper Rhine area has many advantages making this a leading tourist destination including a variety of landscapes, a huge diversity of cultural heritage sites and unique Villages in Bloom to name but some. Keen to continue its effective and visionary tourism policy, working with its partners the Département (county) of the Upper Rhine has prepared a tourism development strategy in Alsace.

European Social Fund

The AJA finances its Agenda 21 project via the European Social Fund (ESF).

Fédération française de la Randonnée Pédestre

The FFRP is the organisation representing the hiking sector, establishing standards and handling the upkeep of its "assets", a dense network of hiking paths throughout the country. It is represented by 120 regional and departmental rambling and hiking committees, including some 3,350 associations or local clubs.

FNADT

The national regional planning and development fund (Fonds National d'Aménagement et de Développement du Territoire or FNADT) provides support from the state in both investment and operational terms, for activities furthering the implementation of the strategic themes of the region’s urban and rural planning policies.

Fondation de France

The Fondation de France finances the AJA's social section’s projects concerning social life and citizenship for disabled people.

The Alsace Region

In 2011, Alsace attracted 11.4 million tourists. Our region boasts numerous attractions and has undertaken many initiatives to encourage young people and families to come along and discover Alsace. It was with this in mind that the Alsace Region and its partners drafted the Regional Tourism Development Strategy.

Unat

The Unat brings together the main tourism associations. The Unat represents association-based tourism in dealings with the public authorities and social partners.

Zig et Zag

The platform for the development of responsible purchasing in Alsace is a group of responsible stakeholders launched in 2011 by the Chambre de consommation d’Alsace (CCA or Alsatian consumer chamber) and the Chambre régionale de l’économie sociale et solidaire d’Alsace (CRESS –Alsatian regional chamber for the social and solidarity economy).