SEMINAR:"EUROPEAN PRIORITIES AND LOCAL YOUTH NEEDS IN THE YOUTH FIELD." Strumica, Macedonia, 19 - 20 August 2011

Coalition of Youth Organizations – SEGA in cooperation with Europe House of Caen (France) organize a seminar on “European priorities and local youth needs in the youth field.” in the hotel Sirius – Strumica (19 – 20 August 2011). At this seminar, representatives from the Agency for Youth and Sport of Macedonia, the National Agency for European education and mobility, local governments of the 14 municipalities in Macedonia that have adopted local youth strategy, representatives of the Councils of Youth of the municipalities and representatives from the offices of the planning regions in Macedonia will take place.

The aim is to share experiences on current local youth policies and mechanisms used for their implementation. The possibility of future cooperation at local, regional and national level among the guests of Lower Normandy and Macedonia will be also considered. The idea is to make link between European priorities for youth and local youth policies.
This seminar is organized in the framework of the programme Decentralized cooperation between the Lower Normandy region and Republic of Macedonia, in the component 2 – “Youth, Education, Local and European citizenship”, project coordinated by ALDA. For further information please consult the webpage of the Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/ or contact alda@aldaintranet.org.

Coalition of Youth Organizations – SEGA in cooperation with Europe House of Caen (France) organize a seminar on “European priorities and local youth needs in the youth field.” in the hotel Sirius – Strumica (19 – 20 August 2011). At this seminar, representatives from the Agency for Youth and Sport of Macedonia, the National Agency for European education and mobility, local governments of the 14 municipalities in Macedonia that have adopted local youth strategy, representatives of the Councils of Youth of the municipalities and representatives from the offices of the planning regions in Macedonia will take place.

The aim is to share experiences on current local youth policies and mechanisms used for their implementation. The possibility of future cooperation at local, regional and national level among the guests of Lower Normandy and Macedonia will be also considered. The idea is to make link between European priorities for youth and local youth policies.
This seminar is organized in the framework of the programme Decentralized cooperation between the Lower Normandy region and Republic of Macedonia, in the component 2 – “Youth, Education, Local and European citizenship”, project coordinated by ALDA. For further information please consult the webpage of the Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/ or contact alda@aldaintranet.org.


كتاب المصنف - بوصلة لحقوق الطفل

تم تصميم هذا الكتيب التدريبي - البوصلة التي روج لها مكتب فيتشنزا لمحقق الشكاوى ، من ناحية ، لتعزيز المواطنة النشطة للأشخاص المدركين لحقوقهم وواجباتهم ، ولتسهيل العلاقة بين المواطنين والحكومة المحلية من خلال تقديم المعلومات والمشتقات ، من ناحية أخرى.

المصنف البوصلةكواديرنو بوسولا

تم تصميم هذا الكتيب التدريبي - البوصلة التي روج لها مكتب فيتشنزا لمحقق الشكاوى ، من ناحية ، لتعزيز المواطنة النشطة للأشخاص المدركين لحقوقهم وواجباتهم ، ولتسهيل العلاقة بين المواطنين والحكومة المحلية من خلال تقديم المعلومات والمشتقات ، من ناحية أخرى.

المصنف البوصلةكواديرنو بوسولا

Naples 2.0, an international social innovation competition. ALDA invites the LDAs and its members to participate

UniCredit Foundation, in collaboration with the European Network of Civil Society Leaders
Euclid Network and Project Ahead has launched an international competition entitled “Social
Innovation for Naples”, targeting social innovators from across the world with the aim of
offering innovative solutions to six problems encountered in the city of Naples.
The competition is open until 10 August 2011. For further information visit the webpage:
http://www.euclidnetwork.eu/pages/en/european-social-innovation-for-naples-2011-.html
(http://www.euclidnetwork.eu/pages/en/european-social-innovation-for-naples-2011-.html).
ALDA invites the LDAs and its member to participate to this very interesting challenge of
innovative ideas on good local government.
The six challenges are:
1) Turning a confiscated villa into a financially sustainable Social Business – together with
“Libera”
2) Making an abandoned Roman bath accessible and sustainable – together with GAN,
Gruppo Archeologico Napoletano
3) Creating a sustainable business plan for a volunteering organisation – together with
Associazione Gioco, Immagini e Parole
4) Creating a sustainable business model for a non profit organisation that works with school
dropouts – together with Maestri di Strada
5) Creating an innovative new method for inclusion of the young Roma population – together
with Caritas Naples
6) Creating an innovative new method for recycling textiles sustainably – together with
Ambiente Solidale

For each of these fields of intervention, an international panel of judges will select a winner
who will receive a grant of €10,000 from UniCredit Foundation, and who, together with the
local non profit organisation, will turn the idea into a concrete programme, drawing up an
executive project and a business plan.
The second phase of the initiative will consist of the assessment and possible
implementation of the most effective projects.

UniCredit Foundation, in collaboration with the European Network of Civil Society Leaders
Euclid Network and Project Ahead has launched an international competition entitled “Social
Innovation for Naples”, targeting social innovators from across the world with the aim of
offering innovative solutions to six problems encountered in the city of Naples.
The competition is open until 10 August 2011. For further information visit the webpage:
http://www.euclidnetwork.eu/pages/en/european-social-innovation-for-naples-2011-.html
(http://www.euclidnetwork.eu/pages/en/european-social-innovation-for-naples-2011-.html).
ALDA invites the LDAs and its member to participate to this very interesting challenge of
innovative ideas on good local government.
The six challenges are:
1) Turning a confiscated villa into a financially sustainable Social Business – together with
“Libera”
2) Making an abandoned Roman bath accessible and sustainable – together with GAN,
Gruppo Archeologico Napoletano
3) Creating a sustainable business plan for a volunteering organisation – together with
Associazione Gioco, Immagini e Parole
4) Creating a sustainable business model for a non profit organisation that works with school
dropouts – together with Maestri di Strada
5) Creating an innovative new method for inclusion of the young Roma population – together
with Caritas Naples
6) Creating an innovative new method for recycling textiles sustainably – together with
Ambiente Solidale

For each of these fields of intervention, an international panel of judges will select a winner
who will receive a grant of €10,000 from UniCredit Foundation, and who, together with the
local non profit organisation, will turn the idea into a concrete programme, drawing up an
executive project and a business plan.
The second phase of the initiative will consist of the assessment and possible
implementation of the most effective projects.