ALDA works in the European Union promoting active European citizenship, in tight cooperation with local authorities, civil society networks, and European institutions.
The activities of ALDA help raising citizens' understanding and sense of belonging to the European Union, and stimulate intercultural dialogue and civic participation.
By conducting its own and its members' projects, as well as through lobbying activities, ALDA fosters citizen participation and local democracy on four main pillars: citizenship, culture, education and volunteering; social issues; youth empowerment and employment; health and environment.
The European Association for Local Democracy is a non-governmental organisation dedicated to the promotion of good governance and citizen participation at the local level. ALDA focuses on activities that facilitate cooperation between local authorities and civil society.
On May 28th 2020, the wrap-up conference of the project “Cultural heritage Linking diversities in Europe - CLINK” took place to mark the end of its implementation. This final event was organised as virtual gathering by LDA Mostar.Read more
Following its most recent online get-together at the end of March, the ALDA Governing Board virtually met again on May 27th, 2020 to tackle a dense agenda in relation to the continued Covid-19 emergency and to the ongoing, though adapted, implementation of ALDA\'s projects for the rest of 2020 (and beyond!).Read more
“Regenerating heritage: new life for abandoned industrial, religious, military or public buildings” is the topic of the Final International Conference within the project “Cultural heritage linking diversities in Europe – CLINK”. The online event is organized by the Local Democracy Agency Mostar and will take place on May 28th, 2020 starting at 12pm.Read more
The STAR project Team is happy to announce the international webinar “Street art against urban and social marginalization” on June 4th, 2020 at 10am, where street artists and experts will guide us in a lively debate on the importance and impact of street art for regenerating depressed areas and promoting social inclusion. The even is open to everybody, via registration at the link below.Read more
Following the great success of its first edition back in April, ALDA is re-launching its popular online course on European funding, making it more interactive than ever! Learn how to take full advantage of the last months of the 2014-2020 programming and prepare for the new 2021-2027 period. The course is online and open to everyone.Read more
On May 12th at 11 am CEST ALDA hosted the 6th episode of the ALDA Talks series and we discussed about the best practices in the participatory process, with the example of 4 projects implemented together with our members, starting from the most local experience, going on with interregional projects and concluding with a project with a European partnership.Read more
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