The new regional project on cultural heritage as a means to improve civic engagement - "CHOICE" starts in partnership with organisations from Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova and Armenia

ALDA and its partners – EuroBelarus International Consortium, Centre for Cultural Management from Ukraine, ICOM Moldova National Committee, Millennium Foundation for Education and Research from Armenia, and the Belarussian Public Association Centre for Social Innovations – kicked off a new project on cultural heritage as an opportunity for conscious and engaged citizenry in the summer 2015.

The project’s objective is to enhance the civil society’s role and to build its organisational capacities to develop a heritage-friendly living environment in Belarus, Armenia, Moldova and Ukraine and across the Eastern Neighbourhood in general.

Over the past few weeks, the partners organised country-based project presentations in Minsk, Vitebsk, Gomel and Grodno (Belarus), Lviv, Cherkasy, Dnipropetrovsk and Mykolayiv (Ukraine), Yerevan (Armenia), in Chisinau and in northern Moldova, the district of Soroca, and in Vanadzor (Armenia)

At the presentations the partners announced the call for proposals to engage the interested local organisations through the regranting scheme. The first stage of the application ran until the end of October. It was open to all the Belarusian, Ukrainian, Armenia and Moldova civil society organisations active in the fields of local development and protection and preservation of culture heritage. The selected initiatives will benefit from organisational development and project design assistance ahead of the final call for submission in the second stage.

It will be a great opportunity for the interested organisations to gain new skills and develop expertise as agents for socio-economic change in their communities. They will also receive a chance to develop their organisational change plan thanks to the assistance of the project country teams.

The project ‘CHOICE – Cultural Heritage: Opportunity for Improving Civic Engagement’ is funded by the European Union.

ALDA and its partners – EuroBelarus International Consortium, Centre for Cultural Management from Ukraine, ICOM Moldova National Committee, Millennium Foundation for Education and Research from Armenia, and the Belarussian Public Association Centre for Social Innovations – kicked off a new project on cultural heritage as an opportunity for conscious and engaged citizenry in the summer 2015.

The project’s objective is to enhance the civil society’s role and to build its organisational capacities to develop a heritage-friendly living environment in Belarus, Armenia, Moldova and Ukraine and across the Eastern Neighbourhood in general.

Over the past few weeks, the partners organised country-based project presentations in Minsk, Vitebsk, Gomel and Grodno (Belarus), Lviv, Cherkasy, Dnipropetrovsk and Mykolayiv (Ukraine), Yerevan (Armenia), in Chisinau and in northern Moldova, the district of Soroca, and in Vanadzor (Armenia)

At the presentations the partners announced the call for proposals to engage the interested local organisations through the regranting scheme. The first stage of the application ran until the end of October. It was open to all the Belarusian, Ukrainian, Armenia and Moldova civil society organisations active in the fields of local development and protection and preservation of culture heritage. The selected initiatives will benefit from organisational development and project design assistance ahead of the final call for submission in the second stage.

It will be a great opportunity for the interested organisations to gain new skills and develop expertise as agents for socio-economic change in their communities. They will also receive a chance to develop their organisational change plan thanks to the assistance of the project country teams.

The project ‘CHOICE – Cultural Heritage: Opportunity for Improving Civic Engagement’ is funded by the European Union.


ALDA at mid-term seminar of Third Sector Impact

Marco Boaria, Head of the resources and development unit in ALDA, participated, in Brussels, to the mid-term seminar of “Third Sector Impact”, a research project that aims to understand the scope and scale of the third sector in Europe, its current and potential impact, and the barriers hindering the third sector to fully contribute to the continent’s welfare.

Main objective of Third Sector Impact is to create knowledge that will further advance the sector’s contributions to the socio-economic development of Europe. The project, supported by the European Commission within the framework of the Framework Programme 7, is led by the University of Wien – together with other 10 universities, 2 individual members and a research network providing support and communications – and it directly involves an Italian member of ALDA, “SPES – Associazione Promozione e Solidarietà”, which plays a very important role in the project.

The participation of ALDA in the seminar represented the opportunity to reflect, exchange and debate about the third sector in the EU, in which ALDA is embedded, and to enlace and strengthen relations with other third sectors stakeholders, for future joint actions and projects in the addressed fields.

For more information, please visit the project website

Marco Boaria, Head of the resources and development unit in ALDA, participated, in Brussels, to the mid-term seminar of “Third Sector Impact”, a research project that aims to understand the scope and scale of the third sector in Europe, its current and potential impact, and the barriers hindering the third sector to fully contribute to the continent’s welfare.

Main objective of Third Sector Impact is to create knowledge that will further advance the sector’s contributions to the socio-economic development of Europe. The project, supported by the European Commission within the framework of the Framework Programme 7, is led by the University of Wien – together with other 10 universities, 2 individual members and a research network providing support and communications – and it directly involves an Italian member of ALDA, “SPES – Associazione Promozione e Solidarietà”, which plays a very important role in the project.

The participation of ALDA in the seminar represented the opportunity to reflect, exchange and debate about the third sector in the EU, in which ALDA is embedded, and to enlace and strengthen relations with other third sectors stakeholders, for future joint actions and projects in the addressed fields.

For more information, please visit the project website


The Nobel Peace Prize 2015: Tunisia in the spotlight

ALDA – the European Association for Local Democracy, wishes to express its satisfaction and appreciation of the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to the “Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet”, composed of four Civil Society Organisations: the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT, Union Générale Tunisienne du Travail), the Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA, Union Tunisienne de l’Industrie, du Commerce et de l’Artisanat), the Tunisian Human Rights League (LTDH, La Ligue Tunisienne pour la Défense des Droits de l’Homme), and the Tunisian Order of Lawyers (Ordre National des Avocats de Tunisie).

During these last years, ALDA intensified its action in Tunisia contributing, together with the associations of the civil society, to the strengthen and the promotion of a pluralist democracy, carried out after the “Jasmin Revolution” of 2011.

"It is still a long process – declared Mr. Alessandro Perelli, Vice-President and Responsible for the Mediterranean Working Group of ALDA – but, despite the terroristic attacks to the Museum in Tunis and in Sousse, Tunisian people have shown a great maturity, as well as desire to proceed along the path of democratic and civil rights. The elections and the approval of the new Constitution represent an important moment of citizen and social participation. »

ALDA’s Governing Board approved a document which provides for the establishment of a new Local Democracy Agency in 2016, in Bizerte, together with the participation of Tunisian and European partners. Very recently the European Parliament approved a resolution consisting in the use of new European funds which will be destined to Tunisia.

Alessandro Perelli
International relations and strategic infrastructures
Friuli Venezia-Giulia Region
Vice-President of ALDA

ALDA – the European Association for Local Democracy, wishes to express its satisfaction and appreciation of the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to the “Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet”, composed of four Civil Society Organisations: the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT, Union Générale Tunisienne du Travail), the Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA, Union Tunisienne de l’Industrie, du Commerce et de l’Artisanat), the Tunisian Human Rights League (LTDH, La Ligue Tunisienne pour la Défense des Droits de l’Homme), and the Tunisian Order of Lawyers (Ordre National des Avocats de Tunisie).

During these last years, ALDA intensified its action in Tunisia contributing, together with the associations of the civil society, to the strengthen and the promotion of a pluralist democracy, carried out after the “Jasmin Revolution” of 2011.

"It is still a long process – declared Mr. Alessandro Perelli, Vice-President and Responsible for the Mediterranean Working Group of ALDA – but, despite the terroristic attacks to the Museum in Tunis and in Sousse, Tunisian people have shown a great maturity, as well as desire to proceed along the path of democratic and civil rights. The elections and the approval of the new Constitution represent an important moment of citizen and social participation. »

ALDA’s Governing Board approved a document which provides for the establishment of a new Local Democracy Agency in 2016, in Bizerte, together with the participation of Tunisian and European partners. Very recently the European Parliament approved a resolution consisting in the use of new European funds which will be destined to Tunisia.

Alessandro Perelli
International relations and strategic infrastructures
Friuli Venezia-Giulia Region
Vice-President of ALDA


Building new opportunities for youth in the Mediterranean area: meeting held in Paris

On Friday and Saturday 9-10 October 2015, Anne-Laure Joedicke, Project Manager of ALDA for the MENA region, took part to the event “Jeunesses méditerranéennes – Pour un avenir commun et un engagement citoyen et solidaire” (Youths in the Mediterranean – For a common future and a civic and supportive commitment) organized by the REF (Réseau Euro-Med France) in Paris.

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This event aimed to tackle and reflect together on four main issues:

  • Emploi des jeunes
  • Mobility of youth in the Mediterranean area
  • The role of art and culture for the young generation
  • Active citizenship

These two days gathered representatives of European and Arab Civil Society Organizations and gave the opportunity to meet young activists coming from France, Spain, Malta, Syria, Libya, Lebanon, Palestine, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco.

After one day and a half of workshops on the four themes identified for this meeting, the event ended with a public debate organized at the Sorbonne University, with the presence of journalists, students and French officials, on the topic “To be young and a citizen in the Mediterranean”.

This successful and very enriching event highlighted the similarities but also the differences between the young citizens all along the Mediterranean and gave the floor to active citizens acting for the youth in their country.

ALDA is very grateful to the Réseau Euro-Med France and to all the participants for this highly inspiring opportunity.

On Friday and Saturday 9-10 October 2015, Anne-Laure Joedicke, Project Manager of ALDA for the MENA region, took part to the event “Jeunesses méditerranéennes – Pour un avenir commun et un engagement citoyen et solidaire” (Youths in the Mediterranean – For a common future and a civic and supportive commitment) organized by the REF (Réseau Euro-Med France) in Paris.

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This event aimed to tackle and reflect together on four main issues:

  • Emploi des jeunes
  • Mobility of youth in the Mediterranean area
  • The role of art and culture for the young generation
  • Active citizenship

These two days gathered representatives of European and Arab Civil Society Organizations and gave the opportunity to meet young activists coming from France, Spain, Malta, Syria, Libya, Lebanon, Palestine, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco.

After one day and a half of workshops on the four themes identified for this meeting, the event ended with a public debate organized at the Sorbonne University, with the presence of journalists, students and French officials, on the topic “To be young and a citizen in the Mediterranean”.

This successful and very enriching event highlighted the similarities but also the differences between the young citizens all along the Mediterranean and gave the floor to active citizens acting for the youth in their country.

ALDA is very grateful to the Réseau Euro-Med France and to all the participants for this highly inspiring opportunity.


Celebrating the European Local Democracy Week (ELDW) 2015: busy & productive week for ALDA!

During the week of 12th-18th October 2015, we celebrated the European Local Democracy Week (ELDW) 2015.

The initiative was coordinated by the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe and targets specifically local and regional authorities coming from the 47 member states of the Council of Europe, which organised public events and initiatives involving citizens with the aim of fostering democratic participation at a local level.“Living together in multicultural societies: respect, dialogue, interaction” was the leading theme of the 2015 edition.

ALDA – the European Association for Local Democracy, who has always been engaged in promoting citizen participation at local level through activities that facilitate cooperation between local authorities and civil society, supported the initiative by taking active part to events and meetings all over Europe and its Neighbourhood. Several events were booked in our calendar:

The week started on Monday 12th October with the presentation of the project CHOICE – Cultural Heritage: Opportunity for Improving Civic Engagement in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. Tuesday was marked with the Brussels “Open Days – European week of Regions and Cities” event, where Marco Boaria, Head of Resources and Development Unit of ALDA, attended the conferences for three days. Katica Janeva and Sanja Trpkovska from ALDA Office in Skopje were also present in Brussels and attended a two-day seminar on Transformative communication. The team was invited by the Macedonian Mission to attend the “Open Day of the City of Skopje in Brussels”. On Wednesday 14th October, Ivana Dimitrovska, Head of ALDA Skopje attended the meeting of the France-Balkans network in Paris, France. Moving from France to Italy, in Turin, on Thursday, Antonella Valmorbida, Secretary General of ALDA, together with Nikos Gamouras, LADDER Project Manager, Alessandra Roccasalvo, Deputy Resident Representative of UNDP Kosovo, Paolo Giaccaria, Professor at the University of Turin, Olena Masluykivska, Expert of the Ukrainian School of Political studies and Associate Professor of University of Kiev, Nino Tvaltvadze, Executive Director of the Local Democracy Agency Georgia, and Fabio Masini, Professor at the University Roma Tre and Secretary General of the Italian Association of the European Movement (CIME) were present at the 3rd World Forum on Local Economic Development – Workshop “Local governments as drivers for change. Localizing the SDGs implementation through the LED approach. The Eastern Partnership (EaP) experience”. Back in Brussels, on Friday, the members of ALDA Governing Board met at the Committee of the Regions. Attended by Antonella Valmorbida, Secretary General of ALDA, and by Mattia Brazzale, Assistant to the Secretary General, the meeting concluded this European Local Democracy Week, making sure that ALDA maintains its’ course on the path of democracy, good governance and citizen participation.

The project ‘CHOICE – Cultural Heritage: Opportunity for Improving Civic Engagement’ is funded by the European Union. You may find further information on the project webpage.

Follow us on on our website and social media channels: #EuropeanLocalDemocracyWeek #ELDW2015

During the week of 12th-18th October 2015, we celebrated the European Local Democracy Week (ELDW) 2015.

The initiative was coordinated by the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe and targets specifically local and regional authorities coming from the 47 member states of the Council of Europe, which organised public events and initiatives involving citizens with the aim of fostering democratic participation at a local level.“Living together in multicultural societies: respect, dialogue, interaction” was the leading theme of the 2015 edition.

ALDA – the European Association for Local Democracy, who has always been engaged in promoting citizen participation at local level through activities that facilitate cooperation between local authorities and civil society, supported the initiative by taking active part to events and meetings all over Europe and its Neighbourhood. Several events were booked in our calendar:

The week started on Monday 12th October with the presentation of the project CHOICE – Cultural Heritage: Opportunity for Improving Civic Engagement in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. Tuesday was marked with the Brussels “Open Days – European week of Regions and Cities” event, where Marco Boaria, Head of Resources and Development Unit of ALDA, attended the conferences for three days. Katica Janeva and Sanja Trpkovska from ALDA Office in Skopje were also present in Brussels and attended a two-day seminar on Transformative communication. The team was invited by the Macedonian Mission to attend the “Open Day of the City of Skopje in Brussels”. On Wednesday 14th October, Ivana Dimitrovska, Head of ALDA Skopje attended the meeting of the France-Balkans network in Paris, France. Moving from France to Italy, in Turin, on Thursday, Antonella Valmorbida, Secretary General of ALDA, together with Nikos Gamouras, LADDER Project Manager, Alessandra Roccasalvo, Deputy Resident Representative of UNDP Kosovo, Paolo Giaccaria, Professor at the University of Turin, Olena Masluykivska, Expert of the Ukrainian School of Political studies and Associate Professor of University of Kiev, Nino Tvaltvadze, Executive Director of the Local Democracy Agency Georgia, and Fabio Masini, Professor at the University Roma Tre and Secretary General of the Italian Association of the European Movement (CIME) were present at the 3rd World Forum on Local Economic Development – Workshop “Local governments as drivers for change. Localizing the SDGs implementation through the LED approach. The Eastern Partnership (EaP) experience”. Back in Brussels, on Friday, the members of ALDA Governing Board met at the Committee of the Regions. Attended by Antonella Valmorbida, Secretary General of ALDA, and by Mattia Brazzale, Assistant to the Secretary General, the meeting concluded this European Local Democracy Week, making sure that ALDA maintains its’ course on the path of democracy, good governance and citizen participation.

The project ‘CHOICE – Cultural Heritage: Opportunity for Improving Civic Engagement’ is funded by the European Union. You may find further information on the project webpage.

Follow us on on our website and social media channels: #EuropeanLocalDemocracyWeek #ELDW2015


Strengthening the partnership for the relaunch of LDA Albania

In the framework of the relaunching process of the Local Democracy Agency Albania, Aldo Xhani, Coordinator of the Citizenship Programme, attended the European Straits Initiative (ESI) event, taking place on 8th October in Vlora (Albania).

The meeting represented an opportunity to liaise with regional and local authorities from across Europe interested in developing forms of decentralised cooperation with the Vlora community in the sector of good local governance and citizen participation. LDA Albania will constitute the strategic platform to structurally develop such cooperation. In this context, a trilateral meeting will be taking place on 9th October among Pas-de-Calais County Council, the Region of Vlora and ALDA in order to discuss concrete opportunities of cooperation with the technical support of LDA Albania. The decentralised cooperation programme between Lower Normandie and Macedonia, managed by ALDA Skopje, will be showcased as good practice to be replicated in Vlora.

The meeting represents a further step towards the official launching of LDA Albania on 24th October. Representatives of international organizations, embassies, national institutions as well as regional and local authorities from Albania and the EU will gather together and debate about the achievements and challenges along Albania’s EU integration path as well as successful practices to promoting local democracy and citizen participation.

In the framework of the relaunching process of the Local Democracy Agency Albania, Aldo Xhani, Coordinator of the Citizenship Programme, attended the European Straits Initiative (ESI) event, taking place on 8th October in Vlora (Albania).

The meeting represented an opportunity to liaise with regional and local authorities from across Europe interested in developing forms of decentralised cooperation with the Vlora community in the sector of good local governance and citizen participation. LDA Albania will constitute the strategic platform to structurally develop such cooperation. In this context, a trilateral meeting will be taking place on 9th October among Pas-de-Calais County Council, the Region of Vlora and ALDA in order to discuss concrete opportunities of cooperation with the technical support of LDA Albania. The decentralised cooperation programme between Lower Normandie and Macedonia, managed by ALDA Skopje, will be showcased as good practice to be replicated in Vlora.

The meeting represents a further step towards the official launching of LDA Albania on 24th October. Representatives of international organizations, embassies, national institutions as well as regional and local authorities from Albania and the EU will gather together and debate about the achievements and challenges along Albania’s EU integration path as well as successful practices to promoting local democracy and citizen participation.


The Nobel Peace Prize 2015: Tunisia in the spotlight

ALDA – the European Association for Local Democracy, wishes to express its satisfaction and appreciation of today’s decision regarding the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to the “Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet”, made up of four Civil Society Organisations: the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT, Union Générale Tunisienne du Travail), the Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA, Union Tunisienne de l’Industrie, du Commerce et de l’Artisanat), the Tunisian Human Rights League (LTDH, La Ligue Tunisienne pour la Défense des Droits de l’Homme), and the Tunisian Order of Lawyers (Ordre National des Avocats de Tunisie).

ALDA – the European Association for Local Democracy, wishes to express its satisfaction and appreciation of today’s decision regarding the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to the “Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet”, made up of four Civil Society Organisations: the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT, Union Générale Tunisienne du Travail), the Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA, Union Tunisienne de l’Industrie, du Commerce et de l’Artisanat), the Tunisian Human Rights League (LTDH, La Ligue Tunisienne pour la Défense des Droits de l’Homme), and the Tunisian Order of Lawyers (Ordre National des Avocats de Tunisie).


Local governments as drivers for change: ALDA's workshop at the World LED Forum 2015

From 13 to 16 October 2015, the 3rd edition of the World Forum of Local Economic Development (LED Forum), took place in Turin, Italy.

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The World LED (Local Economic Development) Forum 2015 offered the opportunity to explore experiences and practices capable of enhancing the importance of LED as a means to realise the development agenda at a local level. 2015 is a landmark year, since the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are coming to an end and the new Sustainable Development Goals have been adopted for the eradication of poverty in the next 15 years. It is also the European Year for Development 2015, a Year dedicated to raising awareness of EU citizens  on development issues and informing them about the role of the EU in the field.

ALDA – the European Association for Local Democracy, actively participated to this 3rd Edition of the LED Forum 2015, organizing the workshop “Local governments as drivers for change. Localizing the SDGs implementation through the LED approach. The Eastern Partnership (EaP) experience”, on 15th of October, from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm at Polo Reale (Turin). The workshop was developed under the LADDER Project in cooperation with the coordinator of the Public Private Cooperation for Development, one of the 6 Thematic Paths of LADDER.

Moderator of the session was Antonella Valmorbida, Secretary General of ALDA, bringing the EaP dimension and the LADDER project. Different experts in the field, as well as, representatives of Local Authorities (LAs) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) reflected over ways of promoting and localizing the implementation of the SDGs through the LED approach, an approach that aims at generating sustainable local economic opportunities, developed under a strategically planned and locally driven partnership approach involving public & private actors, academia and Civil Society.

Among the speakers: Alessandra Roccasalvo, Deputy Resident Representative of UNDP Kosovo, Paolo Giaccaria, Professor at the University of Turin, Olena Masluykivska, Expert of the Ukrainian School of Political studies and Associate Professor of University of Kiev, Nino Tvaltvadze, Executive Director of the Local Democracy Agency Georgia, and Fabio Masini, Professor at the University Roma Tre and Secretary General of the Italian Association of the European Movement (CIME).

Promoting the role of LAs as drivers for Development is among the main priority of the LADDER project, role of which is being more and more recognized at European and Global level, following also the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (commonly called SDGs).

“The participants were great and the interventions were also very interesting!” – said Nikos Gamouras, LADDER Project Manager – “ […] We want to promote the project. We want to promote the approach, which is local authorities working with civil society at local level to raise awareness of citizens, engage them, and hopefully in the end, seeing it as a process, change attitudes for development”

On the 14th, Mrs Olena Masluykivska intervened during the panel on “How innovation can be inclusive”, during which she presented some case studies from Ukraine and showcasing the approach of the LADDER project.

Liens utiles:
World LED Forum website
Agenda of ALDA’s workshop
LADDER project website

Gouvernements locaux leader du changement: le workshop d’ALDA au Forum Mondial pour le Développement Economique Local 2015

La troisième édition du Forum Mondial pour le Développement Economique Local (LED Forum) a eu lieu à Turin du 13 au 16 octobre 2015.
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Le LED Forum 2015 a été l’opportunité pour approfondir les expériences et les actions en mesure de développer la croissance du développement économique local, entendu comme instrument pour compléter l’agenda pour le développement au niveau local. 2015 est une année historique : les Objectifs de développement du Millenium (MDGs) arrivent à leur fin, et les nouveaux Objectifs de développement seront adoptés afin d’éradiquer définitivement la pauvreté dans les 15 prochaines années. 2015 est également l’Année Européenne pour le développement, année dédiée à la sensibilisation des citoyens européens sur des  thèmes liés au développement, avec le but de les informer sur le rôle de l’Europe dans ce secteur.

ALDA – l’Association Européenne pour la Démocratie Locale, a participé activement à la troisième édition du LED Forum 2015, en organisant, le 15 octobre de 12:30 à 13:30 auprès du Polo Reale, le workshop “Gouvernements locaux leader du changement. Localisation des SDG à travers l’approche LED. L’expérience du Partenariat Oriental”. Le séminaire s’insère dans le domaine du projet LADDER, en collaboration avec le coordinateur de la Coopération entre Public et Privé pour le Développement, un des six parcours thématiques de LADDER.

Modératrice de la session, Antonella Valmorbida, Secrétaire Générale d’ALDA,  a reporté au public l’expérience d’ALDA avec le Partenariat Oriental et le projet LADDER. De nombreux experts dans le secteur, en plus des représentants des organismes locaux et des organisations de la société civile, ont réfléchi sur comment promouvoir et localiser l’implémentation des SDG à travers l’approche LED, qui vise à générer l’opportunité économique soutenable au niveau local, réalisées à leur tour à travers des collaborations stratégiques sur base locale qui impliquent des acteurs publics et privés, le monde académique et la société civile.

Parmi les relateurs : Alessandra Roccasalvo, Vice Représentante d’ UNDP au Kosovo, Paolo Giaccaria, Professeur à l’Université de Turin, Olena Masluykivska, Experte de l’Ecole Ukraine de Sciences Politiques et Professeur Associé  à l’Université de Kiev, Nino Tvaltvadze, Directeur Exécutif de l’Agence de la Démocratie Locale de la Géorgie, et Fabio Masini, Professeur à l’Université Rome Trois et Secrétaire Général de l’Association Italien du Mouvement Européen (CIME).

La promotion du rôle des organismes locaux comme leader du développement est parmi les principales priorités du projet LADDER, un rôle progressif reconnu au niveau européen et global, surtout  suite à l’adoption des Objectifs de développement durable (communément appelé SDG).

“Les participants ont été fantastiques et aussi les interventions ont été très intéressantes!” – a dit Nikos Gamouras, Project Manager de LADDER – “[…] Nous voulons promouvoir cette approche, qui implique  une collaboration entre organismes locaux et société civile dans le but de sensibiliser les citoyens, en les impliquant et surtout stimuler un changement,  entendu comme processus, dans leur comportements pour le développement.

Le 14 octobre, Olena Masluykivska est intervenue aussi pendant la session “Comment l’innovation peut être inclusive”, pendant laquelle, elle a présenté des cas d’études de l’Ukraine et a illustré l’approche du projet LADDER.

Liens utiles:
Site web du LED Forum
Agenda du workshop d’ALDA
Site web du projet LADDER

Governi locali leader del cambiamento: il workshop di ALDA al Forum Mondiale per lo Sviluppo Economico Locale 2015

Dal 13 al 16 ottobre 2015, si è tenuta, a Torino, la terza edizione del Forum Mondiale per lo Sviluppo Economico Locale (LED Forum).
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Il LED Forum 2015 ha rappresentato l’opportunità per approfondire le esperienze e le azioni in grado di incrementare l’importanza dello sviluppo economico locale, inteso come strumento per portare a compimento l’agenda per lo sviluppo a livello locale. Il 2015 è un anno storico: gli Obiettivi di sviluppo del Millennio (MDGs) stanno giungendo al termine, ed i nuovi Obiettivi di sviluppo saranno adottati con il fine di eradicare definitivamente la povertà entro i prossimi 15 anni. Il 2015 è anche l’Anno Europeo per lo Sviluppo, anno dedicato alla sensibilizzazione dei cittadini europei sui temi legati allo sviluppo, con lo scopo di informarli sul ruolo dell’Europa in questo settore.

ALDA – l’Associazione Europea per la Democrazia Locale , ha partecipato attivamente alla terza edizione del LED Forum 2015, organizzando, il 15 ottobre dalle 12:30 alle 13:30 presso il Polo Reale, il workshop “Governi locali leader del cambiamento. Localizzazione degli SDG attraverso l’approccio LED. L’esperienza del Partenariato Orientale”. Il seminario si inserisce nell’ambito del progetto LADDER, in collaborazione con il coordinatore della Cooperazione tra Pubblico e Privato per lo Sviluppo, uno dei sei percorsi tematici di LADDER.

Moderatrice della sessione, Antonella Valmorbida, Segretario Generale di ALDA, che ha riportato al pubblico l’esperienza di ALDA con il Partenariato Orientale ed il progetto LADDER. Numerosi esperti del settore, oltre ai rappresentanti degli enti locali e delle organizzazioni della società civile, hanno riflettuto su come promuovere e localizzare l’implementazione degli SDG attraverso l’approccio LED, il quale mira a generare opportunità economiche sostenibili a livello locale, a loro volta realizzate attraverso collaborazioni strategiche su base locale che coinvolgono attori pubblici e privati, il mondo accademico e la società civile.

Tra i relatori : Alessandra Roccasalvo, Vice Rappresentante di UNDP in Kosovo, Paolo Giaccaria, Professore all’Università di Torino, Olena Masluykivska, Esperta della Scuola Ucraina di Scienze Politiche e Professore Associato all’Università di Kiev, Nino Tvaltvadze, Direttore Esecutivo dell’Agenzia della Democrazia Locale della Georgia, e Fabio Masini, Professore all’Università Roma Tre and Segretario Generale dell’Associazione Italiano del Movimento Europeo (CIME).

La promozione del ruolo degli enti locali come leader dello sviluppo è tra le principali priorità del progetto LADDER, un ruolo progressivamente riconosciuto a livello europeo e globale, soprattutto in seguito all’adozione degli Obiettivi di sviluppo sostenibile (comunemente chiamati SDG).

“I partecipanti sono stati fantastici ed anche gli interventi sono stati molto interessanti!” – ha detto Nikos Gamouras, Project Manager di LADDER – “[…] Vogliamo promuovere questo approccio, il quale implica una collaborazione tra enti locali e società civile con lo scopo di sensibilizzare i cittadini, coinvolgerli e soprattutto stimolare un cambiamento, inteso come processo, nei loro comportamenti per lo sviluppo.

Il 14 ottobre, Olena Masluykivska è intervenuta anche durante la sessione “Come l’innovazione può essere inclusiva”, durante la quale ha presentato casi studio dall’Ucraina ed ha illustrato l’approccio del progetto LADDER.

Link utili:
Sito web del LED Forum
Agenda del workshop di ALDA
Sito web del progetto LADDER

Местные правительства – лидеры перемен: рабочая группа ALDA на Всемирном форуме местного экономического развития 2015

С 13 по 16 октября 2015 года в Турине прошел третий выпуск Всемирного форума местного экономического развития (Форум LED).
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Форум LED 2015 стал возможностью углубить опыт и деятельность, способные повысить важность местного экономического развития, воспринимаемого как средство развития на местном уровне. 2015 год – это исторический год. Цели развития тысячелетия (MDGs) подходят к завершению, а новые Цели развития будут приняты с тем, чтобы окончательно искоренить бедность за последующие 15 лет. 2015 год является и Европейским годом развития, посвященным сенсибилизации европейских граждан в отношении тем, связанных с развитием, для информирования их о роли Европы в этом секторе.

ALDA – Европейская ассоциация местной демократии, приняла активное участие в третьем выпуске Форума LED 2015, организовав 15 октября с 12:30 до 13:30 в Поло Реале рабочую группу “местные правительства – лидеры перемен. Локализация SDG через подход LED. Опыт Восточного Партнерства”. Семинар прошел в рамках проекта LADDER, в сотрудничестве с координатором сотрудничества между общественным и частным в развитии, одной из шести тематических программ LADDER.

Модератор сессии, Антонелла Вальморбида, генеральный секретарь ALDA, поделилась с аудиторией опытом ALDA по Восточному Партнерству и проекту LADDER. Многочисленные эксперты в этом секторе, а также представители местных организаций и организаций гражданского общества, поразмышляли над тем, как продвигать и локализировать внедрение SDG через подход LED. Этот подход стремится создавать устойчивые экономические возможности на местном уровне, в свою очередь осуществляемые через стратегическое сотрудничество на местной основе, вовлекающее общественных и частных действующих лиц, академический мир и гражданское общество.

Среди выступавших: Алессандра Роккасальво, заместитель представителя ПРООН в Косово, Паоло Джаккария, преподаватель университета Турина, Елена Маслюковская, эксперт украинской школы политических наук и доцент университета г. Киев, Нино Твальтвадзе, исполнительный директор Агентства местной демократии Грузии и Фабио Мазини, преподаватель университета Рома Тре и генеральный секретарь итальянской ассоциации Европейского движения (CIME).

Продвижение роли местных органов в качестве лидеров развития – основной из приоритетов проекта LADDER, роль постепенно признанная на европейском и глобальном уровне, прежде всего вследствие принятия Целей устойчивого развития (обычно называемых SDG).

“Участники были необыкновенными и выступления тоже были очень интересными!” – сказал Никос Гамоурас, проект менеджер LADDER – “[…] мы хотим продвигать этот подход, который заключается в сотрудничестве между местными организациями и гражданским обществом с целью сенсибилизации граждан, их вовлечения и, прежде всего, стимулирования изменения, понимаемого как процесс их поведении в отношении развития.

14 октября Елена Маслюковская приняла участие в сессии “Как нововведение может быть инклюзивным”, в ходе которой она представила изученные случаи в Украине и осветила подход проекта LADDER.

Полезные ссылки:
Веб сайт Форума LED 
Повестка рабочей группы ALDA
Веб сайт проекта LADDER

Lokalne samouprave kao pokretači promena: Radionica ALDA na Svetskom LER Forumu 2015

Od 13. do 16. oktobra 2015. godine, održano je u Torinu u Italiji 3. izdanje Svetskog Foruma za lokalni ekonomski razvoj (LER Forum).
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Svetski LER (lokalni ekonomski razvoj) Forum 2015 ponudio je mogućnost da se istraže iskustva i prakse za  jačanje značaja LER kao sredstvo za ostvarivanje razvojne agende na lokalnom nivou. 2015. je prekretnica, pošto se Milenijumski razvojni ciljevi (MDG ) se privode kraju i novi Održivi ciljevi razvoja (SDG) su usvojeni za iskorenjivanje siromaštva u narednih 15 godina . Ona je ujedno i Evropska godina za razvoj 2015, godina posvećena podizanju svesti građana EU o pitanjima razvoja i njihovom obaveštavnju o ulozi EU u ovoj oblasti.

ALDA – Evropska asocijacija za lokalnu demokratiju, aktivno je učestvovala na ovom 3. izdanju LER Foruma 2015, kroz organizaciju radionice “Lokalne samoprave kao pokretači promena. Lokalizovanje realizacije ciljeva održivog razcoja kroz LER pristupa. Iskustvo Istočnog partnerstva  (EAP)” , 15. oktobra, od 12:30 do 1:30 časova u Polo Reale (Torino). Radionica je razvijena pod LADDER projektom u saradnji sa koordinatorom Javno-privatne saradnje za razvoj, jedne od 6 Tematskih ruta LADDER.

Moderator sesije je bila Antonella Valmorbida, generalni sekretar ALDA , govoreći o dimenziji EAP i LADDER projektu. Različiti stručnjaci u oblasti, kao i predstavnici lokalnih vlasti (LV) i organizacija civilnog društva (OCD) raspravljali su o načinima promovisanja i lokalizacije sprovođenja ciljeva održivog razvoja kroz LER pristup, pristup koji ima za cilj stvaranje održivih lokalno ekonomskih mogućnosti, razvijenih pod strateški isplaniranim i lokalnim partnerskim pristupom koji uključuje javne i privatne aktere, akademsku zajednicu i civilno društvo.

Među govornicima su bili: Alessandra Roccasalvo, zamenik stalnog predstavnika UNDP Kosovo, Paolo Giaccaria, profesor na Univerzitetu u Torinu, Olena Masluikivska, ekspert ukrajinske Škole političkih nauka i vanredni profesor Univerziteta u Kijevu, Nino Tvaltvadze, izvršni direktora Agencije lokalne demokratije Gruzija, Fabio Masini, profesor na Univerzitetu Roma Tre i generalni sekretar Italijanske asocijacije Evropskog pokreta (CIME) .

Promovisanje uloge lokalnih samouprava kao pokretača razvoja je među glavnim prioritetima projekta LADDER, uloga koja je sve više prepoznata na evropskom i globalnom nivou, sledeći takođe usvajanje ciljeva održivog razvoja (SDG).

“Učesnici su bili odlični, a intervencije su takođe bile vrlo zanimljive! ” – izjavio je Nikos Gamouras , LADDER Projektni menadžer – ” [ … ] Želimo da promovišemo pristup , da lokalne vlasti rade sa civilnim društvom na lokalnom nivou kako bi se podigla svest građana, kroz njihov angažman, i nadamo se na kraju,  kao proces , menjanje stavova za razvoj”.

Olena Masluikivska takođe intervenisao 14.10, tokom panela na temu “Kako inovacije mogu biti inkluzivne”, tokom koje je predstavila studije slučaja iz Ukrajine, koje prikazuju pristup LADDER projekta.

Korisni linkovi:
Svetski  LER Forum veb-sajt
Agenda radionice ALDA
LADDER projekat veb-sajt

From 13 to 16 October 2015, the 3rd edition of the World Forum of Local Economic Development (LED Forum), took place in Turin, Italy.

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The World LED (Local Economic Development) Forum 2015 offered the opportunity to explore experiences and practices capable of enhancing the importance of LED as a means to realise the development agenda at a local level. 2015 is a landmark year, since the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are coming to an end and the new Sustainable Development Goals have been adopted for the eradication of poverty in the next 15 years. It is also the European Year for Development 2015, a Year dedicated to raising awareness of EU citizens  on development issues and informing them about the role of the EU in the field.

ALDA – the European Association for Local Democracy, actively participated to this 3rd Edition of the LED Forum 2015, organizing the workshop “Local governments as drivers for change. Localizing the SDGs implementation through the LED approach. The Eastern Partnership (EaP) experience”, on 15th of October, from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm at Polo Reale (Turin). The workshop was developed under the LADDER Project in cooperation with the coordinator of the Public Private Cooperation for Development, one of the 6 Thematic Paths of LADDER.

Moderator of the session was Antonella Valmorbida, Secretary General of ALDA, bringing the EaP dimension and the LADDER project. Different experts in the field, as well as, representatives of Local Authorities (LAs) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) reflected over ways of promoting and localizing the implementation of the SDGs through the LED approach, an approach that aims at generating sustainable local economic opportunities, developed under a strategically planned and locally driven partnership approach involving public & private actors, academia and Civil Society.

Among the speakers: Alessandra Roccasalvo, Deputy Resident Representative of UNDP Kosovo, Paolo Giaccaria, Professor at the University of Turin, Olena Masluykivska, Expert of the Ukrainian School of Political studies and Associate Professor of University of Kiev, Nino Tvaltvadze, Executive Director of the Local Democracy Agency Georgia, and Fabio Masini, Professor at the University Roma Tre and Secretary General of the Italian Association of the European Movement (CIME).

Promoting the role of LAs as drivers for Development is among the main priority of the LADDER project, role of which is being more and more recognized at European and Global level, following also the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (commonly called SDGs).

“The participants were great and the interventions were also very interesting!” – said Nikos Gamouras, LADDER Project Manager – “ […] We want to promote the project. We want to promote the approach, which is local authorities working with civil society at local level to raise awareness of citizens, engage them, and hopefully in the end, seeing it as a process, change attitudes for development”

On the 14th, Mrs Olena Masluykivska intervened during the panel on “How innovation can be inclusive”, during which she presented some case studies from Ukraine and showcasing the approach of the LADDER project.

Liens utiles:
World LED Forum website
Agenda of ALDA’s workshop
LADDER project website

Gouvernements locaux leader du changement: le workshop d’ALDA au Forum Mondial pour le Développement Economique Local 2015

La troisième édition du Forum Mondial pour le Développement Economique Local (LED Forum) a eu lieu à Turin du 13 au 16 octobre 2015.
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Le LED Forum 2015 a été l’opportunité pour approfondir les expériences et les actions en mesure de développer la croissance du développement économique local, entendu comme instrument pour compléter l’agenda pour le développement au niveau local. 2015 est une année historique : les Objectifs de développement du Millenium (MDGs) arrivent à leur fin, et les nouveaux Objectifs de développement seront adoptés afin d’éradiquer définitivement la pauvreté dans les 15 prochaines années. 2015 est également l’Année Européenne pour le développement, année dédiée à la sensibilisation des citoyens européens sur des  thèmes liés au développement, avec le but de les informer sur le rôle de l’Europe dans ce secteur.

ALDA – l’Association Européenne pour la Démocratie Locale, a participé activement à la troisième édition du LED Forum 2015, en organisant, le 15 octobre de 12:30 à 13:30 auprès du Polo Reale, le workshop “Gouvernements locaux leader du changement. Localisation des SDG à travers l’approche LED. L’expérience du Partenariat Oriental”. Le séminaire s’insère dans le domaine du projet LADDER, en collaboration avec le coordinateur de la Coopération entre Public et Privé pour le Développement, un des six parcours thématiques de LADDER.

Modératrice de la session, Antonella Valmorbida, Secrétaire Générale d’ALDA,  a reporté au public l’expérience d’ALDA avec le Partenariat Oriental et le projet LADDER. De nombreux experts dans le secteur, en plus des représentants des organismes locaux et des organisations de la société civile, ont réfléchi sur comment promouvoir et localiser l’implémentation des SDG à travers l’approche LED, qui vise à générer l’opportunité économique soutenable au niveau local, réalisées à leur tour à travers des collaborations stratégiques sur base locale qui impliquent des acteurs publics et privés, le monde académique et la société civile.

Parmi les relateurs : Alessandra Roccasalvo, Vice Représentante d’ UNDP au Kosovo, Paolo Giaccaria, Professeur à l’Université de Turin, Olena Masluykivska, Experte de l’Ecole Ukraine de Sciences Politiques et Professeur Associé  à l’Université de Kiev, Nino Tvaltvadze, Directeur Exécutif de l’Agence de la Démocratie Locale de la Géorgie, et Fabio Masini, Professeur à l’Université Rome Trois et Secrétaire Général de l’Association Italien du Mouvement Européen (CIME).

La promotion du rôle des organismes locaux comme leader du développement est parmi les principales priorités du projet LADDER, un rôle progressif reconnu au niveau européen et global, surtout  suite à l’adoption des Objectifs de développement durable (communément appelé SDG).

“Les participants ont été fantastiques et aussi les interventions ont été très intéressantes!” – a dit Nikos Gamouras, Project Manager de LADDER – “[…] Nous voulons promouvoir cette approche, qui implique  une collaboration entre organismes locaux et société civile dans le but de sensibiliser les citoyens, en les impliquant et surtout stimuler un changement,  entendu comme processus, dans leur comportements pour le développement.

Le 14 octobre, Olena Masluykivska est intervenue aussi pendant la session “Comment l’innovation peut être inclusive”, pendant laquelle, elle a présenté des cas d’études de l’Ukraine et a illustré l’approche du projet LADDER.

Liens utiles:
Site web du LED Forum
Agenda du workshop d’ALDA
Site web du projet LADDER

Governi locali leader del cambiamento: il workshop di ALDA al Forum Mondiale per lo Sviluppo Economico Locale 2015

Dal 13 al 16 ottobre 2015, si è tenuta, a Torino, la terza edizione del Forum Mondiale per lo Sviluppo Economico Locale (LED Forum).
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Il LED Forum 2015 ha rappresentato l’opportunità per approfondire le esperienze e le azioni in grado di incrementare l’importanza dello sviluppo economico locale, inteso come strumento per portare a compimento l’agenda per lo sviluppo a livello locale. Il 2015 è un anno storico: gli Obiettivi di sviluppo del Millennio (MDGs) stanno giungendo al termine, ed i nuovi Obiettivi di sviluppo saranno adottati con il fine di eradicare definitivamente la povertà entro i prossimi 15 anni. Il 2015 è anche l’Anno Europeo per lo Sviluppo, anno dedicato alla sensibilizzazione dei cittadini europei sui temi legati allo sviluppo, con lo scopo di informarli sul ruolo dell’Europa in questo settore.

ALDA – l’Associazione Europea per la Democrazia Locale , ha partecipato attivamente alla terza edizione del LED Forum 2015, organizzando, il 15 ottobre dalle 12:30 alle 13:30 presso il Polo Reale, il workshop “Governi locali leader del cambiamento. Localizzazione degli SDG attraverso l’approccio LED. L’esperienza del Partenariato Orientale”. Il seminario si inserisce nell’ambito del progetto LADDER, in collaborazione con il coordinatore della Cooperazione tra Pubblico e Privato per lo Sviluppo, uno dei sei percorsi tematici di LADDER.

Moderatrice della sessione, Antonella Valmorbida, Segretario Generale di ALDA, che ha riportato al pubblico l’esperienza di ALDA con il Partenariato Orientale ed il progetto LADDER. Numerosi esperti del settore, oltre ai rappresentanti degli enti locali e delle organizzazioni della società civile, hanno riflettuto su come promuovere e localizzare l’implementazione degli SDG attraverso l’approccio LED, il quale mira a generare opportunità economiche sostenibili a livello locale, a loro volta realizzate attraverso collaborazioni strategiche su base locale che coinvolgono attori pubblici e privati, il mondo accademico e la società civile.

Tra i relatori : Alessandra Roccasalvo, Vice Rappresentante di UNDP in Kosovo, Paolo Giaccaria, Professore all’Università di Torino, Olena Masluykivska, Esperta della Scuola Ucraina di Scienze Politiche e Professore Associato all’Università di Kiev, Nino Tvaltvadze, Direttore Esecutivo dell’Agenzia della Democrazia Locale della Georgia, e Fabio Masini, Professore all’Università Roma Tre and Segretario Generale dell’Associazione Italiano del Movimento Europeo (CIME).

La promozione del ruolo degli enti locali come leader dello sviluppo è tra le principali priorità del progetto LADDER, un ruolo progressivamente riconosciuto a livello europeo e globale, soprattutto in seguito all’adozione degli Obiettivi di sviluppo sostenibile (comunemente chiamati SDG).

“I partecipanti sono stati fantastici ed anche gli interventi sono stati molto interessanti!” – ha detto Nikos Gamouras, Project Manager di LADDER – “[…] Vogliamo promuovere questo approccio, il quale implica una collaborazione tra enti locali e società civile con lo scopo di sensibilizzare i cittadini, coinvolgerli e soprattutto stimolare un cambiamento, inteso come processo, nei loro comportamenti per lo sviluppo.

Il 14 ottobre, Olena Masluykivska è intervenuta anche durante la sessione “Come l’innovazione può essere inclusiva”, durante la quale ha presentato casi studio dall’Ucraina ed ha illustrato l’approccio del progetto LADDER.

Link utili:
Sito web del LED Forum
Agenda del workshop di ALDA
Sito web del progetto LADDER

Местные правительства – лидеры перемен: рабочая группа ALDA на Всемирном форуме местного экономического развития 2015

С 13 по 16 октября 2015 года в Турине прошел третий выпуск Всемирного форума местного экономического развития (Форум LED).
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Форум LED 2015 стал возможностью углубить опыт и деятельность, способные повысить важность местного экономического развития, воспринимаемого как средство развития на местном уровне. 2015 год – это исторический год. Цели развития тысячелетия (MDGs) подходят к завершению, а новые Цели развития будут приняты с тем, чтобы окончательно искоренить бедность за последующие 15 лет. 2015 год является и Европейским годом развития, посвященным сенсибилизации европейских граждан в отношении тем, связанных с развитием, для информирования их о роли Европы в этом секторе.

ALDA – Европейская ассоциация местной демократии, приняла активное участие в третьем выпуске Форума LED 2015, организовав 15 октября с 12:30 до 13:30 в Поло Реале рабочую группу “местные правительства – лидеры перемен. Локализация SDG через подход LED. Опыт Восточного Партнерства”. Семинар прошел в рамках проекта LADDER, в сотрудничестве с координатором сотрудничества между общественным и частным в развитии, одной из шести тематических программ LADDER.

Модератор сессии, Антонелла Вальморбида, генеральный секретарь ALDA, поделилась с аудиторией опытом ALDA по Восточному Партнерству и проекту LADDER. Многочисленные эксперты в этом секторе, а также представители местных организаций и организаций гражданского общества, поразмышляли над тем, как продвигать и локализировать внедрение SDG через подход LED. Этот подход стремится создавать устойчивые экономические возможности на местном уровне, в свою очередь осуществляемые через стратегическое сотрудничество на местной основе, вовлекающее общественных и частных действующих лиц, академический мир и гражданское общество.

Среди выступавших: Алессандра Роккасальво, заместитель представителя ПРООН в Косово, Паоло Джаккария, преподаватель университета Турина, Елена Маслюковская, эксперт украинской школы политических наук и доцент университета г. Киев, Нино Твальтвадзе, исполнительный директор Агентства местной демократии Грузии и Фабио Мазини, преподаватель университета Рома Тре и генеральный секретарь итальянской ассоциации Европейского движения (CIME).

Продвижение роли местных органов в качестве лидеров развития – основной из приоритетов проекта LADDER, роль постепенно признанная на европейском и глобальном уровне, прежде всего вследствие принятия Целей устойчивого развития (обычно называемых SDG).

“Участники были необыкновенными и выступления тоже были очень интересными!” – сказал Никос Гамоурас, проект менеджер LADDER – “[…] мы хотим продвигать этот подход, который заключается в сотрудничестве между местными организациями и гражданским обществом с целью сенсибилизации граждан, их вовлечения и, прежде всего, стимулирования изменения, понимаемого как процесс их поведении в отношении развития.

14 октября Елена Маслюковская приняла участие в сессии “Как нововведение может быть инклюзивным”, в ходе которой она представила изученные случаи в Украине и осветила подход проекта LADDER.

Полезные ссылки:
Веб сайт Форума LED 
Повестка рабочей группы ALDA
Веб сайт проекта LADDER

Lokalne samouprave kao pokretači promena: Radionica ALDA na Svetskom LER Forumu 2015

Od 13. do 16. oktobra 2015. godine, održano je u Torinu u Italiji 3. izdanje Svetskog Foruma za lokalni ekonomski razvoj (LER Forum).
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Svetski LER (lokalni ekonomski razvoj) Forum 2015 ponudio je mogućnost da se istraže iskustva i prakse za  jačanje značaja LER kao sredstvo za ostvarivanje razvojne agende na lokalnom nivou. 2015. je prekretnica, pošto se Milenijumski razvojni ciljevi (MDG ) se privode kraju i novi Održivi ciljevi razvoja (SDG) su usvojeni za iskorenjivanje siromaštva u narednih 15 godina . Ona je ujedno i Evropska godina za razvoj 2015, godina posvećena podizanju svesti građana EU o pitanjima razvoja i njihovom obaveštavnju o ulozi EU u ovoj oblasti.

ALDA – Evropska asocijacija za lokalnu demokratiju, aktivno je učestvovala na ovom 3. izdanju LER Foruma 2015, kroz organizaciju radionice “Lokalne samoprave kao pokretači promena. Lokalizovanje realizacije ciljeva održivog razcoja kroz LER pristupa. Iskustvo Istočnog partnerstva  (EAP)” , 15. oktobra, od 12:30 do 1:30 časova u Polo Reale (Torino). Radionica je razvijena pod LADDER projektom u saradnji sa koordinatorom Javno-privatne saradnje za razvoj, jedne od 6 Tematskih ruta LADDER.

Moderator sesije je bila Antonella Valmorbida, generalni sekretar ALDA , govoreći o dimenziji EAP i LADDER projektu. Različiti stručnjaci u oblasti, kao i predstavnici lokalnih vlasti (LV) i organizacija civilnog društva (OCD) raspravljali su o načinima promovisanja i lokalizacije sprovođenja ciljeva održivog razvoja kroz LER pristup, pristup koji ima za cilj stvaranje održivih lokalno ekonomskih mogućnosti, razvijenih pod strateški isplaniranim i lokalnim partnerskim pristupom koji uključuje javne i privatne aktere, akademsku zajednicu i civilno društvo.

Među govornicima su bili: Alessandra Roccasalvo, zamenik stalnog predstavnika UNDP Kosovo, Paolo Giaccaria, profesor na Univerzitetu u Torinu, Olena Masluikivska, ekspert ukrajinske Škole političkih nauka i vanredni profesor Univerziteta u Kijevu, Nino Tvaltvadze, izvršni direktora Agencije lokalne demokratije Gruzija, Fabio Masini, profesor na Univerzitetu Roma Tre i generalni sekretar Italijanske asocijacije Evropskog pokreta (CIME) .

Promovisanje uloge lokalnih samouprava kao pokretača razvoja je među glavnim prioritetima projekta LADDER, uloga koja je sve više prepoznata na evropskom i globalnom nivou, sledeći takođe usvajanje ciljeva održivog razvoja (SDG).

“Učesnici su bili odlični, a intervencije su takođe bile vrlo zanimljive! ” – izjavio je Nikos Gamouras , LADDER Projektni menadžer – ” [ … ] Želimo da promovišemo pristup , da lokalne vlasti rade sa civilnim društvom na lokalnom nivou kako bi se podigla svest građana, kroz njihov angažman, i nadamo se na kraju,  kao proces , menjanje stavova za razvoj”.

Olena Masluikivska takođe intervenisao 14.10, tokom panela na temu “Kako inovacije mogu biti inkluzivne”, tokom koje je predstavila studije slučaja iz Ukrajine, koje prikazuju pristup LADDER projekta.

Korisni linkovi:
Svetski  LER Forum veb-sajt
Agenda radionice ALDA
LADDER projekat veb-sajt


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Kick-off meeting of project CARAVAN NEXT in Idom, Denmark

From the 4th to 8th October, the kick-off meeting of the project CARAVAN NEXT took place in Idom (Denmark).

CARAVAN NEXT is an initiative funded by the European Commission in the frame of the programme Creative Europe, sub-programme culture – strand larger scale cooperation projects.

The project is the follow up of the recently closed CARAVAN – ARTISTS ON THE ROAD – COMMUNITY THEATRE IN PLACES OF CRISES & RENASCENCE. It aims at bringing the Community theatre to European local communities in order to empower them to develop artistic activities and, through them, convey messages related to the macro theme, such as the European challenges of the new millennium.

The consortium encompasses both old partners of CARAVAN as well as new organizations. The 12 partners of this project, led by Odin Teatret, gathered together to get to know each other, to get introduced to the key concepts of the action, to develop a common language and identify good approach for the action. The methodology, as well as content-wise and administrative aspects were discussed during the first Steering Committee of the project.

On 7th October, at 14h.00 CET, the press conference of the project was held in the headquarter of the Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium – Odin Teatret.

Liens utiles:
Bulletin
Live streaming of the press conference

 

Evènement de lancement du projet CARAVAN NEXT à Idom, au Danemark

L’évènement de lancement du projet de CARAVAN NEXT s’est déroulé du 4 au 8 octobre à Idom, au Danemark.

Le projet CARAVAN NEXT est financé par la Commission Européenne, dans le domaine du programme Créative Europe, sous le programme Culture – filon projet de coopération sur large échelle.

Le projet est le follow up  de  CARAVAN – ARTISTS ON THE ROAD – COMMUNITY THEATRE IN PLACES OF CRISES & RENASCENCE  (CARAVAN – ARTISTES EN VOYAGE – THEATRE DE COMMUNAUTES EN LIEU DE CRISE ET RENAISSANCE), qui s’est conclu récemment. L’objectif  est de porter le théâtre social aux communautés locales européennes dans le but de stimuler la mise en scène de spectacles et, à travers ceux-ci, transmettre des messages liés au macro thème, comme par exemple  les défis de l’Europe pour le nouveau Millennium.

Le consortium comprend les partenaires du projet CARAVAN désormais conclu et de nouvelles organisations.
Les 12 partenaires du projet, qui a comme leader Odin Teatret, se sont réunis pour se connaitre, assister à la présentation des concepts clé de l’action, développer un langage commun et identifier la juste approche au projet. La méthodologie, le contenu et les aspects administratifs ont été au centre de la discussion pendant le premier comité de pilotage du projet.

Le 7 octobre, à 14 heures, a eu lieu la conférence presse de lancement du projet auprès du siège du Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium – Odin Teatret.

Liens utiles:
Bulletin
Streaming de la conférence presse

 

Evento di lancio del progetto CARAVAN NEXT a Idom, in Danimarca

L’evento di lancio del progetto di CARAVAN NEXT si è svolto dal 4 all’ 8 ottobre ad Idom, in Danimarca.

Il progetto CARAVAN NEXT è finanziato dalla Commissione Europea, nell’ambito del programma Creative Europe, sotto programma Cultura – filone progetti di cooperazione su larga scala

Il progetto è il follow up  di  CARAVAN – ARTISTS ON THE ROAD – COMMUNITY THEATRE IN PLACES OF CRISES & RENASCENCE  (CARAVAN – ARTISTI IN VIAGGIO – TEATRO DI COMUNITÀ IN LUOGHI DI CRISI E RINASCITA), che si è concluso recentemente. L’obiettivo è di portare il teatro sociale alle comunità locali europee con lo scopo di stimolare la messa in scena di spettacoli e, attraverso queste, trasmettere messaggi legati al macro tema, quali ad esempio le sfide dell’Europa per il nuovo Millennio.
Il consorzio comprende sia i partner dell’ormai concluso progetto CARAVAN, che nuove organizzazioni.

I 12 partner del progetto, che ha come leader Odin Teatret, si sono riuniti per conoscersi, assistere alla presentazione dei concetti chiave dell’azione, sviluppare un linguaggio comune ed identificare il giusto approccio al progetto. La metodologia, il contenuto e gli aspetti amministrativi sono stati al centro della discussione durante il primo comitato di pilotaggio del progetto.

Il 7 ottobre, alle 14, si è tenuta la conferenza stampa di lancio del progetto presso la sede del Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium – Odin Teatret.

Link utili:
Bulletin
Streaming della conferenza stampa

 

Мероприятие по запуску проекта CARAVAN NEXT в Идом, Дания

Мероприятие по запуску проекта CARAVAN NEXT прошло с 4 по 8 октября в Идом, в Дании.

Проект CARAVAN NEXT финансируется Европейской Комиссией в рамках программы Креативная Европа, под программой Культура – направление проектов широкомасштабного сотрудничества

Проект является продолжением CARAVAN – ARTISTS ON THE ROAD – COMMUNITY THEATRE IN PLACES OF CRISES & RENASCENCE (CARAVAN – АРТИСТЫ В ДОРОГЕ – ОБЩЕСТВЕННЫЙ ТЕАТР В МЕСТАХ УПАДКА И ВОЗРОЖДЕНИЯ), который недавно подошёл к завершению. Его цель – донести социальный театр до местного европейского сообщества, чтобы стимулировать постановку спектаклей и с их помощью передавать послания, связанные с макро темами, такими как, например, задачи Европы на новое тысячелетие.

Консорциум включает как партнёров уже законченного проекта CARAVAN, так и новые организации.
12 партнеров проекта, лидером которых является Odin Teatret, собрались, чтобы познакомиться, поприсутствовать на презентации ключевых концепций акции, поработать над развитием общего языка и определить правильный подход к проекту. В ходе первого руководящего комитета проекта в центре обсуждения были методология, содержание и организационные аспекты.

7 октября в 14.00 в Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium – Odin Teatret прошла пресс-конференция по запуску проекта.

Полезные ссылки:
Информационный бюллетень
Streaming пресс-конференции

 

Inicijalni sastanak projekta CARAVAN NEXT u Idom, Danska

Inicijalni sastanak CARAVAN NEXT održan je od 4. do 8. oktobra, u Idom (Danska).
CARAVAN NEXT je inicijativa koju finansira Evropska komisija u okviru programa Kreativna Evropa, pod – program Kultura –  projekti saradnje većih razmera.

Projekat je nastavak nedavno završenog projekta CARAVAN – Umetnici na putu – društveno angažovani teatar na mestima krize i renesanse. On ima za cilj dovođenje društveno angažovanog teatra u evropske lokalne zajednice kako bi im se omogućilo da razviju umetničke aktivnosti i preko njih prenose poruke koje se odnose na široke teme, kao što su evropski izazovi novog milenijuma.

Konzorcijum obuhvata stare CARAVAN partnere kao i nove organizacije.

12 partnera na projektu , koje predvodi Odin teatar, okupili su se da upoznaju jedni druge, da se upoznaju sa ključnim konceptima projekta, da razviju zajedničku komunikaciju i identifikuju dobar pristup za implementaciju. Metodologija , kao i sadržajni i administrativni aspekti su bili tema tokom prvog Upravnog odbora projekta.

7. oktobra, u 14h časova, održana je press konferencija u sedištu Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium – Odin Teatar.

Korisni linkovi:
Bulletin
Press konferencija Video

From the 4th to 8th October, the kick-off meeting of the project CARAVAN NEXT took place in Idom (Denmark).

CARAVAN NEXT is an initiative funded by the European Commission in the frame of the programme Creative Europe, sub-programme culture – strand larger scale cooperation projects.

The project is the follow up of the recently closed CARAVAN – ARTISTS ON THE ROAD – COMMUNITY THEATRE IN PLACES OF CRISES & RENASCENCE. It aims at bringing the Community theatre to European local communities in order to empower them to develop artistic activities and, through them, convey messages related to the macro theme, such as the European challenges of the new millennium.

The consortium encompasses both old partners of CARAVAN as well as new organizations. The 12 partners of this project, led by Odin Teatret, gathered together to get to know each other, to get introduced to the key concepts of the action, to develop a common language and identify good approach for the action. The methodology, as well as content-wise and administrative aspects were discussed during the first Steering Committee of the project.

On 7th October, at 14h.00 CET, the press conference of the project was held in the headquarter of the Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium – Odin Teatret.

Liens utiles:
Bulletin
Live streaming of the press conference

 

Evènement de lancement du projet CARAVAN NEXT à Idom, au Danemark

L’évènement de lancement du projet de CARAVAN NEXT s’est déroulé du 4 au 8 octobre à Idom, au Danemark.

Le projet CARAVAN NEXT est financé par la Commission Européenne, dans le domaine du programme Créative Europe, sous le programme Culture – filon projet de coopération sur large échelle.

Le projet est le follow up  de  CARAVAN – ARTISTS ON THE ROAD – COMMUNITY THEATRE IN PLACES OF CRISES & RENASCENCE  (CARAVAN – ARTISTES EN VOYAGE – THEATRE DE COMMUNAUTES EN LIEU DE CRISE ET RENAISSANCE), qui s’est conclu récemment. L’objectif  est de porter le théâtre social aux communautés locales européennes dans le but de stimuler la mise en scène de spectacles et, à travers ceux-ci, transmettre des messages liés au macro thème, comme par exemple  les défis de l’Europe pour le nouveau Millennium.

Le consortium comprend les partenaires du projet CARAVAN désormais conclu et de nouvelles organisations.
Les 12 partenaires du projet, qui a comme leader Odin Teatret, se sont réunis pour se connaitre, assister à la présentation des concepts clé de l’action, développer un langage commun et identifier la juste approche au projet. La méthodologie, le contenu et les aspects administratifs ont été au centre de la discussion pendant le premier comité de pilotage du projet.

Le 7 octobre, à 14 heures, a eu lieu la conférence presse de lancement du projet auprès du siège du Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium – Odin Teatret.

Liens utiles:
Bulletin
Streaming de la conférence presse

 

Evento di lancio del progetto CARAVAN NEXT a Idom, in Danimarca

L’evento di lancio del progetto di CARAVAN NEXT si è svolto dal 4 all’ 8 ottobre ad Idom, in Danimarca.

Il progetto CARAVAN NEXT è finanziato dalla Commissione Europea, nell’ambito del programma Creative Europe, sotto programma Cultura – filone progetti di cooperazione su larga scala

Il progetto è il follow up  di  CARAVAN – ARTISTS ON THE ROAD – COMMUNITY THEATRE IN PLACES OF CRISES & RENASCENCE  (CARAVAN – ARTISTI IN VIAGGIO – TEATRO DI COMUNITÀ IN LUOGHI DI CRISI E RINASCITA), che si è concluso recentemente. L’obiettivo è di portare il teatro sociale alle comunità locali europee con lo scopo di stimolare la messa in scena di spettacoli e, attraverso queste, trasmettere messaggi legati al macro tema, quali ad esempio le sfide dell’Europa per il nuovo Millennio.
Il consorzio comprende sia i partner dell’ormai concluso progetto CARAVAN, che nuove organizzazioni.

I 12 partner del progetto, che ha come leader Odin Teatret, si sono riuniti per conoscersi, assistere alla presentazione dei concetti chiave dell’azione, sviluppare un linguaggio comune ed identificare il giusto approccio al progetto. La metodologia, il contenuto e gli aspetti amministrativi sono stati al centro della discussione durante il primo comitato di pilotaggio del progetto.

Il 7 ottobre, alle 14, si è tenuta la conferenza stampa di lancio del progetto presso la sede del Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium – Odin Teatret.

Link utili:
Bulletin
Streaming della conferenza stampa

 

Мероприятие по запуску проекта CARAVAN NEXT в Идом, Дания

Мероприятие по запуску проекта CARAVAN NEXT прошло с 4 по 8 октября в Идом, в Дании.

Проект CARAVAN NEXT финансируется Европейской Комиссией в рамках программы Креативная Европа, под программой Культура – направление проектов широкомасштабного сотрудничества

Проект является продолжением CARAVAN – ARTISTS ON THE ROAD – COMMUNITY THEATRE IN PLACES OF CRISES & RENASCENCE (CARAVAN – АРТИСТЫ В ДОРОГЕ – ОБЩЕСТВЕННЫЙ ТЕАТР В МЕСТАХ УПАДКА И ВОЗРОЖДЕНИЯ), который недавно подошёл к завершению. Его цель – донести социальный театр до местного европейского сообщества, чтобы стимулировать постановку спектаклей и с их помощью передавать послания, связанные с макро темами, такими как, например, задачи Европы на новое тысячелетие.

Консорциум включает как партнёров уже законченного проекта CARAVAN, так и новые организации.
12 партнеров проекта, лидером которых является Odin Teatret, собрались, чтобы познакомиться, поприсутствовать на презентации ключевых концепций акции, поработать над развитием общего языка и определить правильный подход к проекту. В ходе первого руководящего комитета проекта в центре обсуждения были методология, содержание и организационные аспекты.

7 октября в 14.00 в Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium – Odin Teatret прошла пресс-конференция по запуску проекта.

Полезные ссылки:
Информационный бюллетень
Streaming пресс-конференции

 

Inicijalni sastanak projekta CARAVAN NEXT u Idom, Danska

Inicijalni sastanak CARAVAN NEXT održan je od 4. do 8. oktobra, u Idom (Danska).
CARAVAN NEXT je inicijativa koju finansira Evropska komisija u okviru programa Kreativna Evropa, pod – program Kultura –  projekti saradnje većih razmera.

Projekat je nastavak nedavno završenog projekta CARAVAN – Umetnici na putu – društveno angažovani teatar na mestima krize i renesanse. On ima za cilj dovođenje društveno angažovanog teatra u evropske lokalne zajednice kako bi im se omogućilo da razviju umetničke aktivnosti i preko njih prenose poruke koje se odnose na široke teme, kao što su evropski izazovi novog milenijuma.

Konzorcijum obuhvata stare CARAVAN partnere kao i nove organizacije.

12 partnera na projektu , koje predvodi Odin teatar, okupili su se da upoznaju jedni druge, da se upoznaju sa ključnim konceptima projekta, da razviju zajedničku komunikaciju i identifikuju dobar pristup za implementaciju. Metodologija , kao i sadržajni i administrativni aspekti su bili tema tokom prvog Upravnog odbora projekta.

7. oktobra, u 14h časova, održana je press konferencija u sedištu Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium – Odin Teatar.

Korisni linkovi:
Bulletin
Press konferencija Video