ALDA has become more active in Ukraine with the opening of the Local Democracy Agency in Dnipropetrovsk in early 2015, which is actively working towards empowering local communities and supporting the development of local democracy in the region in close partnership with Lower Silesia (Poland) and Alsace (France), its founding partners. ALDA is also currently working on opening another LDAs in Odessa and Kharkiv in the near future in cooperation with its local member, the All-Ukrainian Association for Community Self-Organisation Assistance, a network encompassing 10 resource centres for local democracy development in 10 different locations across the country. On top of that, ALDA is currently a implementing a regional project covering Ukraine, as well as Armenia, Belarus and Moldova, on cultural heritage as an opportunity for civic engagement (CHOICE). Together with its partner from Lviv, Centre for Cultural Management, it is also active in the framework of the project on East-West reconciliation in Ukraine, set to start in May 2016.
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