PRACTICAL WORKSHOP FOR RENOVATION OF ANCIENT BUILDINGS IN LOWER NORMANDY BY FRENCH AND MACEDONIAN EXPERTS

Starting from July 4 until July 8, 2011, Macedonian and French professionals will work on discovering and practicing the technics of renovation of traditional buildings in Pont Farcy, Lower Normandy.
This practical workshop on renovating ancient buildings with natural and ecological materials will be held in the Norman farms and sites, where the experts from the two countries will demonstrate their skills in reconstruction using traditional methods.

The experts will work not only on the implementation, but also on the basic theory knowledge regarding preparation of building sites, renovating and constructing stone walls, cob walls, etc. while using the traditional (natural) materials, easy to practice individually. More information on this specific workshop and building heritage activities can be found at www.balkansheritage.eu.
This practical workshop is organized in the framework of the Decentralized cooperation between the Lower Normandy region and Republic of Macedonia, in the component 5 – Sustainable Tourism and Cultural Heritage, project coordinated by ALDA. For further information please consult the webpage of the Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/ or contact Katica Janeva katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org.

Starting from July 4 until July 8, 2011, Macedonian and French professionals will work on discovering and practicing the technics of renovation of traditional buildings in Pont Farcy, Lower Normandy.
This practical workshop on renovating ancient buildings with natural and ecological materials will be held in the Norman farms and sites, where the experts from the two countries will demonstrate their skills in reconstruction using traditional methods.

The experts will work not only on the implementation, but also on the basic theory knowledge regarding preparation of building sites, renovating and constructing stone walls, cob walls, etc. while using the traditional (natural) materials, easy to practice individually. More information on this specific workshop and building heritage activities can be found at www.balkansheritage.eu.
This practical workshop is organized in the framework of the Decentralized cooperation between the Lower Normandy region and Republic of Macedonia, in the component 5 – Sustainable Tourism and Cultural Heritage, project coordinated by ALDA. For further information please consult the webpage of the Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/ or contact Katica Janeva katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org.


REINFORCING RELATIONS BETWEEN CITIES IN LOWER NORMANDY AND MACEDONIA

Town twinning, as an additional component in the Decentralised cooperation between Lower Normandy region and Republic of Macedonia, is reinforcing the existing connections and establishing new ones.
Two Macedonian cities, Debar and Struga, are welcoming two Lower Normandy delegations, from Ifs and Ouistreham.

The towns of Ifs (FR) and Debar (MK) are strengthening their relation in the field of cultural development, during three day study visit in Debar (from June 29 to July 02). The delegation formed of official representatives and artists from Ifs, will attend different cultural events, such as theatre shows and photo exhibitions. Both cities will exchange their experiences and discus the future cooperation in reinforcing the cultural component.
The cultural component, but also the youth and environment will be key exchange points during the meeting of Ouistreham (FR) and Struga (MK), from July 05 to July 08 in Macedonia. These two cities are restarting their cooperation building their connections on several common points, such as literature festivals, nature museums, etc.
Town twinning as a segment in the Decentralised cooperation between Lower Normandy and Macedonia builds up contacts and friendship with communities from the two territories and promotes better understanding. For further information please consult the webpage of the Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/ or contact Katica Janeva katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org.

On the photos: (from the left) the Mayor of IFS, Jean-Paul Gauchard, and the Mayor of Debar, Argetim Fida.

Town twinning, as an additional component in the Decentralised cooperation between Lower Normandy region and Republic of Macedonia, is reinforcing the existing connections and establishing new ones.
Two Macedonian cities, Debar and Struga, are welcoming two Lower Normandy delegations, from Ifs and Ouistreham.

The towns of Ifs (FR) and Debar (MK) are strengthening their relation in the field of cultural development, during three day study visit in Debar (from June 29 to July 02). The delegation formed of official representatives and artists from Ifs, will attend different cultural events, such as theatre shows and photo exhibitions. Both cities will exchange their experiences and discus the future cooperation in reinforcing the cultural component.
The cultural component, but also the youth and environment will be key exchange points during the meeting of Ouistreham (FR) and Struga (MK), from July 05 to July 08 in Macedonia. These two cities are restarting their cooperation building their connections on several common points, such as literature festivals, nature museums, etc.
Town twinning as a segment in the Decentralised cooperation between Lower Normandy and Macedonia builds up contacts and friendship with communities from the two territories and promotes better understanding. For further information please consult the webpage of the Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/ or contact Katica Janeva katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org.

On the photos: (from the left) the Mayor of IFS, Jean-Paul Gauchard, and the Mayor of Debar, Argetim Fida.


ALDA Activity Report 2010

تقرير النشاط 2010 - رابطة وكالات الديمقراطية المحلية

نقل

تقرير النشاط 2010 - رابطة وكالات الديمقراطية المحلية

نقل

المؤتمر الدولي في سكوبي ، 28-29 مايو 2010

المطبوعات - المؤتمر الدولي في سكوبي ، 28-29 مايو 2010 - كيف يحارب المجتمع المدني والحكومات المحلية الأزمة العالمية. المواطنة النشطة المشتركة: منصة انطلاق لمستقبل جديد؟

النشر

المطبوعات - المؤتمر الدولي في سكوبي ، 28-29 مايو 2010 - كيف يحارب المجتمع المدني والحكومات المحلية الأزمة العالمية. المواطنة النشطة المشتركة: منصة انطلاق لمستقبل جديد؟ 

النشر

Exploratory mission from lower Normandy will discover tourism potential of south-western Macedonia

In the four years that have elapsed since the beginning of the creation of the decentralised
cooperation between Lower Normandy Region and Macedonia, the cooperation has marked
significant number of achieved goals. In the domains of both bilateral and multilateral
cooperation, strengthening the development of policies and raising initiatives for
cooperation, the decentralised cooperation between Lower Normandy and Macedonia will
try to create economic ties between the two territories. Following that idea, the tourism
sector has emerged as great opportunity.
Macedonian tourism potential combined with Norman know-how can lead to new goals and
activities. Driven by this idea and the tourism diversity of the South-West region in
Macedonia, Normand delegation will visit this region on an exploratory mission with actors
from Lower Normandy, particularly the Caen region, since the city of Caen and city of Ohrid
are twinned in 2009. This study mission starts on July 03 until July 08 and will focus on the
city of Ohrid and it’s region.
This mission aims on validating possible areas of cooperation in tourism fields, develop and
share experiences with the institutions of the South-West region in Macedonia, as well as
establish an inventory of Macedonian tourism infrastructure and identify local partners. This
study visit will represent the beginning for cooperation between tourism actors, and great
reinforcement in the decentralised cooperation between the Lower Normandy region and
Republic of Macedonia so far. For further information please consult the webpage of the
Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info (http://crbn-mk.courriers.info) or contact Katica
Janeva katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org (mailto:katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org).
The Project for decentralized cooperation between Republic of Macedonia and the Region of
Lower Normandy, France is coordinated by the Association of local democracy agencies
(ALDA).

In the four years that have elapsed since the beginning of the creation of the decentralised
cooperation between Lower Normandy Region and Macedonia, the cooperation has marked
significant number of achieved goals. In the domains of both bilateral and multilateral
cooperation, strengthening the development of policies and raising initiatives for
cooperation, the decentralised cooperation between Lower Normandy and Macedonia will
try to create economic ties between the two territories. Following that idea, the tourism
sector has emerged as great opportunity.
Macedonian tourism potential combined with Norman know-how can lead to new goals and
activities. Driven by this idea and the tourism diversity of the South-West region in
Macedonia, Normand delegation will visit this region on an exploratory mission with actors
from Lower Normandy, particularly the Caen region, since the city of Caen and city of Ohrid
are twinned in 2009. This study mission starts on July 03 until July 08 and will focus on the
city of Ohrid and it’s region.
This mission aims on validating possible areas of cooperation in tourism fields, develop and
share experiences with the institutions of the South-West region in Macedonia, as well as
establish an inventory of Macedonian tourism infrastructure and identify local partners. This
study visit will represent the beginning for cooperation between tourism actors, and great
reinforcement in the decentralised cooperation between the Lower Normandy region and
Republic of Macedonia so far. For further information please consult the webpage of the
Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info (http://crbn-mk.courriers.info) or contact Katica
Janeva katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org (mailto:katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org).
The Project for decentralized cooperation between Republic of Macedonia and the Region of
Lower Normandy, France is coordinated by the Association of local democracy agencies
(ALDA).


Reinforcing relations between cities in lower Normandy and Macedonia

Town twinning, as an additional component in the Decentralised cooperation between Lower
Normandy region and Republic of Macedonia, is reinforcing the existing connections and
establishing new ones.
Two Macedonian cities, Debar and Struga, are welcoming two Lower Normandy delegations,
from Ifs and Ouistreham.
The towns of Ifs (FR) and Debar (MK) are strengthening their relation in the field of cultural
development, during three day study visit in Debar (from June 29 to July 02). The delegation
formed of official representatives and artists from Ifs, will attend different cultural events,
such as theatre shows and photo exhibitions. Both cities will exchange their experiences and
discus the future cooperation in reinforcing the cultural component.
The cultural component, but also the youth and environment will be key exchange points
during the meeting of Ouistreham (FR) and Struga (MK), from July 05 to July 08 in
Macedonia. These two cities are restarting their cooperation building their connections on
several common points, such as literature festivals, nature museums, etc.
Town twinning as a segment in the Decentralised cooperation between Lower Normandy
and Macedonia builds up contacts and friendship with communities from the two territories
and promotes better understanding. For further information please consult the webpage of
the Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/ (http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/) or contact Katica
Janeva katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org (mailto:katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org).
On the photos: (from the left) the Mayor of IFS, Jean-Paul Gauchard, and the Mayor of
Debar, Argetim Fida.

Town twinning, as an additional component in the Decentralised cooperation between Lower
Normandy region and Republic of Macedonia, is reinforcing the existing connections and
establishing new ones.
Two Macedonian cities, Debar and Struga, are welcoming two Lower Normandy delegations,
from Ifs and Ouistreham.
The towns of Ifs (FR) and Debar (MK) are strengthening their relation in the field of cultural
development, during three day study visit in Debar (from June 29 to July 02). The delegation
formed of official representatives and artists from Ifs, will attend different cultural events,
such as theatre shows and photo exhibitions. Both cities will exchange their experiences and
discus the future cooperation in reinforcing the cultural component.
The cultural component, but also the youth and environment will be key exchange points
during the meeting of Ouistreham (FR) and Struga (MK), from July 05 to July 08 in
Macedonia. These two cities are restarting their cooperation building their connections on
several common points, such as literature festivals, nature museums, etc.
Town twinning as a segment in the Decentralised cooperation between Lower Normandy
and Macedonia builds up contacts and friendship with communities from the two territories
and promotes better understanding. For further information please consult the webpage of
the Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/ (http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/) or contact Katica
Janeva katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org (mailto:katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org).
On the photos: (from the left) the Mayor of IFS, Jean-Paul Gauchard, and the Mayor of
Debar, Argetim Fida.


Practical workshop for renovation of ancient buildings in lower Normandy by French and Macedonian experts

Starting from July 4 until July 8, 2011, Macedonian and French professionals will work on
discovering and practicing the technics of renovation of traditional buildings in Pont Farcy,
Lower Normandy.
This practical workshop on renovating ancient buildings with natural and ecological materials
will be held in the Norman farms and sites, where the experts from the two countries will
demonstrate their skills in reconstruction using traditional methods.
The experts will work not only on the implementation, but also on the basic theory
knowledge regarding preparation of building sites, renovating and constructing stone walls,
cob walls, etc. while using the traditional (natural) materials, easy to practice individually.
More information on this specific workshop and building heritage activities can be found at
www.balkansheritage.eu (http://www.balkansheritage.eu).
This practical workshop is organized in the framework of the Decentralized cooperation
between the Lower Normandy region and Republic of Macedonia, in the component 5 –
Sustainable Tourism and Cultural Heritage, project coordinated by ALDA. For further
information please consult the webpage of the Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/
(http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/) or contact Katica Janeva katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org
(mailto:katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org).

Starting from July 4 until July 8, 2011, Macedonian and French professionals will work on
discovering and practicing the technics of renovation of traditional buildings in Pont Farcy,
Lower Normandy.
This practical workshop on renovating ancient buildings with natural and ecological materials
will be held in the Norman farms and sites, where the experts from the two countries will
demonstrate their skills in reconstruction using traditional methods.
The experts will work not only on the implementation, but also on the basic theory
knowledge regarding preparation of building sites, renovating and constructing stone walls,
cob walls, etc. while using the traditional (natural) materials, easy to practice individually.
More information on this specific workshop and building heritage activities can be found at
www.balkansheritage.eu (http://www.balkansheritage.eu).
This practical workshop is organized in the framework of the Decentralized cooperation
between the Lower Normandy region and Republic of Macedonia, in the component 5 –
Sustainable Tourism and Cultural Heritage, project coordinated by ALDA. For further
information please consult the webpage of the Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/
(http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/) or contact Katica Janeva katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org
(mailto:katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org).