Santorso Municipality (Italy) and ESCAR Sustainability project

Municipality of Santorso (north-east of Italy) partners in the international ESCAR “European Strategic partnership for Sustainable Consumption and Awareness Raising” project. The municipality is an ALDA member since 2015, and operates in a big area between Alps and Padan plain where almost 100.000 people live.

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ESCAR project has involved partners from Sweden, Spain, Denmark and Italy. They have been working on sustainable consumption and as a result produced “Best Practices guide”

Best Practices guide will help you to understand in practice what is a Sustainable consumption. Acting sustainably means to use services and related products in the way that:

  • respond to basic needs
  • bring a better quality of life
  • while minimizing the use of natural resources and toxic materials
  • minimizing emissions of waste and pollutants over the life cycle of the service or product
  • as the result, not to jeopardize the needs of future generations.

 

Liens utiles:
Best Practices Guide
For more information about the project visit the website 

Municipality of Santorso (north-east of Italy) partners in the international ESCAR “European Strategic partnership for Sustainable Consumption and Awareness Raising” project. The municipality is an ALDA member since 2015, and operates in a big area between Alps and Padan plain where almost 100.000 people live.

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ESCAR project has involved partners from Sweden, Spain, Denmark and Italy. They have been working on sustainable consumption and as a result produced “Best Practices guide”

Best Practices guide will help you to understand in practice what is a Sustainable consumption. Acting sustainably means to use services and related products in the way that:

  • respond to basic needs
  • bring a better quality of life
  • while minimizing the use of natural resources and toxic materials
  • minimizing emissions of waste and pollutants over the life cycle of the service or product
  • as the result, not to jeopardize the needs of future generations.

 

Liens utiles:
Best Practices Guide
For more information about the project visit the website 


Intercultural Dialogue & refugees’ educational challenges

The role of Local stakeholders and the challenges arising from the refugee flows in terms education and inclusion were at the heart of the 2nd Forum on Intercultural dialogue, organized by the University of Patras on the 7-8 of October in Patra (GR).

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The Forum was attended by representatives from the educational sector, Academia, Local Authorities and networks. Developed using the Delphi methodology, the following elements were discussed:

  • The situation of refugees in Greece & Europe (including refugee flows) & the role and challenges of local stakeholders, dealing with the situation on a daily basis
  • The educational challenges (school attendance for refugee children, education of adults, inclusion in society, exchange and mutual understanding with local societies) of the refugee situation & the notion of “other”.

The LADDER project was presented to the participants by Nikos Gamouras (Project manager – ALDA), stressing the challenges as well as the opportunities that Local Authorities and CSOs have in global trends such as the refugee crisis. The importance of the awareness raising dimension was in particular stressed, being crucial to inform citizens and engage them in such contexts. In parallel, the discussions pointed out the need to take the local realities strongly into account, involving citizens and communities while addressing the needs and issues at the local level.

The event was held in the framework of the European Local Democracy Week, an initiative of the Council of Europe that ALDA and its members are promoting.

 

Liens utiles:
The event in snapshots

The role of Local stakeholders and the challenges arising from the refugee flows in terms education and inclusion were at the heart of the 2nd Forum on Intercultural dialogue, organized by the University of Patras on the 7-8 of October in Patra (GR).

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The Forum was attended by representatives from the educational sector, Academia, Local Authorities and networks. Developed using the Delphi methodology, the following elements were discussed:

  • The situation of refugees in Greece & Europe (including refugee flows) & the role and challenges of local stakeholders, dealing with the situation on a daily basis
  • The educational challenges (school attendance for refugee children, education of adults, inclusion in society, exchange and mutual understanding with local societies) of the refugee situation & the notion of “other”.

The LADDER project was presented to the participants by Nikos Gamouras (Project manager – ALDA), stressing the challenges as well as the opportunities that Local Authorities and CSOs have in global trends such as the refugee crisis. The importance of the awareness raising dimension was in particular stressed, being crucial to inform citizens and engage them in such contexts. In parallel, the discussions pointed out the need to take the local realities strongly into account, involving citizens and communities while addressing the needs and issues at the local level.

The event was held in the framework of the European Local Democracy Week, an initiative of the Council of Europe that ALDA and its members are promoting.

 

Liens utiles:
The event in snapshots


Public debate on social inequality in Sisak, Croatia

The Local Democracy Agency Sisak – ALDA Operational Partner – as member of the Equality Forum, organised the public debate “Social (in)equality in Croatia: from international comparison to local impact on Sisak-Moslavina region citizens”, held on 29 September 2016 in Sisak at the popular exhibition place “Holland House”.

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Equality Forum is the open platform of organisations working on equality achievement for all citizens in Croatia. The debate gathered citizens debating on:

  • Social inequality representation in Croatia, comparing to other countries;
  • The position of Croatia on different social inequality aspects;
  • Sisak-Moslavina region citizens’ energy poverty and possible solutions of related problems.

The LDA Sisak President, Mrs Paula Raužan, delivered the introduction speech, followed by the dr.sc. Goranka Lalić Novak, Vice-president of the Croatian Legal Centre, who opened the debate and moderated it on behalf of the Equality Forum. Citizens had opportunity to discuss about the results of an on-going survey, conducted by the Equality Forum in the area of whole Croatia, gathering citizens’ opinions on their perspective of social inequality.

Two key speakers gave an introduction on the topic: dr.sc. Branko Ančić from the Institute for Social Research in Zagreb with his lecture “Comparative social inequality in Croatia and selected countries” and dr.sc. Maja Božičević Vrhovčak, Executive director of the DOOR- Society for Sustainable Development Design, with her lecture “Energy poverty – research of energy characteristics and energy costs of the Sisak-Moslavina region the poorest households”.

The results of the first empiric research on energy poverty conducted among the poorest households of the Sisak-Moslavina region has been presented, and citizens get to know about energy poverty itself and how energy efficiency measures can support and help the poorest citizens in lowering their living costs.

The conclusions of the debate were focused on the fact that, despite the existing resources and material wealth classifying Croatia as the third of the World’s richest countries, citizens of Croatia are facing daily different forms of inequalities in all aspects of their life, such as economy, politics, health, basic human existence and social life in general. It is necessary to take new measures in order to improve the situation in Croatian society, which is constantly worsening because of poor resource redistribution. Highlight is on quality educational system that should motivate young people to take an active role in community life, as well as contributing in developing decisions that might lower existing social inequalities as much as possible.

The Local Democracy Agency Sisak – ALDA Operational Partner – as member of the Equality Forum, organised the public debate “Social (in)equality in Croatia: from international comparison to local impact on Sisak-Moslavina region citizens”, held on 29 September 2016 in Sisak at the popular exhibition place “Holland House”.

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Equality Forum is the open platform of organisations working on equality achievement for all citizens in Croatia. The debate gathered citizens debating on:

  • Social inequality representation in Croatia, comparing to other countries;
  • The position of Croatia on different social inequality aspects;
  • Sisak-Moslavina region citizens’ energy poverty and possible solutions of related problems.

The LDA Sisak President, Mrs Paula Raužan, delivered the introduction speech, followed by the dr.sc. Goranka Lalić Novak, Vice-president of the Croatian Legal Centre, who opened the debate and moderated it on behalf of the Equality Forum. Citizens had opportunity to discuss about the results of an on-going survey, conducted by the Equality Forum in the area of whole Croatia, gathering citizens’ opinions on their perspective of social inequality.

Two key speakers gave an introduction on the topic: dr.sc. Branko Ančić from the Institute for Social Research in Zagreb with his lecture “Comparative social inequality in Croatia and selected countries” and dr.sc. Maja Božičević Vrhovčak, Executive director of the DOOR- Society for Sustainable Development Design, with her lecture “Energy poverty – research of energy characteristics and energy costs of the Sisak-Moslavina region the poorest households”.

The results of the first empiric research on energy poverty conducted among the poorest households of the Sisak-Moslavina region has been presented, and citizens get to know about energy poverty itself and how energy efficiency measures can support and help the poorest citizens in lowering their living costs.

The conclusions of the debate were focused on the fact that, despite the existing resources and material wealth classifying Croatia as the third of the World’s richest countries, citizens of Croatia are facing daily different forms of inequalities in all aspects of their life, such as economy, politics, health, basic human existence and social life in general. It is necessary to take new measures in order to improve the situation in Croatian society, which is constantly worsening because of poor resource redistribution. Highlight is on quality educational system that should motivate young people to take an active role in community life, as well as contributing in developing decisions that might lower existing social inequalities as much as possible.


The Consell of Mallorca hosts meeting of ALDA Governing Board

The Governing Board of ALDA met on 7 October in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, hosted by the Consell de Mallorca. The Vice-President of the Consell, Mr Jesús Jurado welcomed ALDA Board members by highlighting that “The work of ALDA is extremely important in today’s Europe”.

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The Governing Board is the body managing the work of ALDA. Members of the Board were elected during the last General Assembly in May, held at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Paris. The location of October’s meeting is not a coincidence – Francesca Campana, newly elected Board member, represents the Fons Mallorquí de solidaritat i cooperació, whose members are local authorities from the Balearic Islands.

During this meeting in Palma on the invitation of the Consell de Mallorca, the Governing Board of ALDA elected the members of the Advisory Board of the association, discussed several strategic actions, and discussed future activities and events.

“Finding innovative ways to continue promoting good local governance is a stimulating challenge” said ALDA President Oriano Otočan. “I am extremely glad of the work carried out by the current Governing Board, and confident that it will strengthen our Association”.

The Governing Board of ALDA met on 7 October in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, hosted by the Consell de Mallorca. The Vice-President of the Consell, Mr Jesús Jurado welcomed ALDA Board members by highlighting that “The work of ALDA is extremely important in today’s Europe”.

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The Governing Board is the body managing the work of ALDA. Members of the Board were elected during the last General Assembly in May, held at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Paris. The location of October’s meeting is not a coincidence – Francesca Campana, newly elected Board member, represents the Fons Mallorquí de solidaritat i cooperació, whose members are local authorities from the Balearic Islands.

During this meeting in Palma on the invitation of the Consell de Mallorca, the Governing Board of ALDA elected the members of the Advisory Board of the association, discussed several strategic actions, and discussed future activities and events.

“Finding innovative ways to continue promoting good local governance is a stimulating challenge” said ALDA President Oriano Otočan. “I am extremely glad of the work carried out by the current Governing Board, and confident that it will strengthen our Association”.


Patras Municipality (Greece) involved in the European Local Democracy Week 2016

Within the framework of synergies with ALDA, the InterCultural Cities-ICC and many other stakeholders, Patras Municipality organises a series of events in the sectors of education, culture, justice-law, media and civil society, with main theme “Living together in culturally diverse societies: respect, dialogue, interaction”.

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Patras activities within the European Local Democracy Week 2016, coordinated by the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe, aim to address the principles of building inclusive societies. Starting on 11 October, experimental seminars and workshops will cover various topics that contribute into respect, dialogue and solidarity when living together in culturally diverse societies.

Among the many activities we want to mention:

  • Narration of intercultural stories to students of elementary education aiming at revealing common cultural heritage;
  • Workshop on creative writing / The language as means of intercultural communication through poems and songs (representation of migrant associations and cultural bodies);
  • Seminar for police officers about anti-discrimination and solidarity.

All activities are based on participatory approach and will give a great extent of opportunities for intercultural education.

Patras Municipality is member of ALDA since 2009, and always showed a particular commitment towards local democracy and good governance.

Within the framework of synergies with ALDA, the InterCultural Cities-ICC and many other stakeholders, Patras Municipality organises a series of events in the sectors of education, culture, justice-law, media and civil society, with main theme “Living together in culturally diverse societies: respect, dialogue, interaction”.

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Patras activities within the European Local Democracy Week 2016, coordinated by the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe, aim to address the principles of building inclusive societies. Starting on 11 October, experimental seminars and workshops will cover various topics that contribute into respect, dialogue and solidarity when living together in culturally diverse societies.

Among the many activities we want to mention:

  • Narration of intercultural stories to students of elementary education aiming at revealing common cultural heritage;
  • Workshop on creative writing / The language as means of intercultural communication through poems and songs (representation of migrant associations and cultural bodies);
  • Seminar for police officers about anti-discrimination and solidarity.

All activities are based on participatory approach and will give a great extent of opportunities for intercultural education.

Patras Municipality is member of ALDA since 2009, and always showed a particular commitment towards local democracy and good governance.


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The Project RE.CRI.RE presented to the general public in the framework of the European Researchers’ Night in Lecce

On 30 September, RE.CRI.RE. project was presented during the 11th anniversary of the European Researchers’ Night.

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Launched by the European Commission in 2005, the initiative took place in hundreds of European cities and universities, aiming at reducing the distance between the general public and the researchers disseminating scientific culture and information in an informal and stimulating context.

The University of Salento, Italy, hosted the initiative in the picturesque scenario of the Convento degli Olivetani where prof. Terri Mannarini, RE.CRI.RE. partner, on behalf of the University of Salento organized a public exhibition. During the event the project was presented through a variety of tools – posters, flyers and video – to citizens, school students, families and children in an interactive way, that stimulated the interest and curiosity of the audience.

The general framework of RE.CRI.RE., its research rationale, the instruments of data collection, as well as the main results after the first year of activities were accounted to the spectators. The main focus was to present expected implications of RE.CRI.RE. for the design and enhancement of effective public policies at European level. Thanks to the friendly atmosphere of the Researcher’s night, RE.CRI.RE was shared with a non-expert public whereby a capturing story-telling that helped in explaining the ambitious aims and valuable goals of the project.

Liens utiles:
For the further information about RE.CRI.RE, please visit the project website
Programe leaflet 

On 30 September, RE.CRI.RE. project was presented during the 11th anniversary of the European Researchers’ Night.

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Launched by the European Commission in 2005, the initiative took place in hundreds of European cities and universities, aiming at reducing the distance between the general public and the researchers disseminating scientific culture and information in an informal and stimulating context.

The University of Salento, Italy, hosted the initiative in the picturesque scenario of the Convento degli Olivetani where prof. Terri Mannarini, RE.CRI.RE. partner, on behalf of the University of Salento organized a public exhibition. During the event the project was presented through a variety of tools – posters, flyers and video – to citizens, school students, families and children in an interactive way, that stimulated the interest and curiosity of the audience.

The general framework of RE.CRI.RE., its research rationale, the instruments of data collection, as well as the main results after the first year of activities were accounted to the spectators. The main focus was to present expected implications of RE.CRI.RE. for the design and enhancement of effective public policies at European level. Thanks to the friendly atmosphere of the Researcher’s night, RE.CRI.RE was shared with a non-expert public whereby a capturing story-telling that helped in explaining the ambitious aims and valuable goals of the project.

Liens utiles:
For the further information about RE.CRI.RE, please visit the project website
Programe leaflet 


Active citizenship in the Eastern Partnership: the second issue of the Local Democracy Library

The second issue of the Local Democracy Library on development of active citizenship has been released. The survey shows ways to strengthen local democracy in Eastern partnership countries.

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On the initiative of the Mayor of the City of Gdańsk and with the help of the Local Democracy Agencies (LDAs) in Georgia (Kutaisi), Armenia (Gyumri), and Ukraine (Dnipro), ALDA publishes a comprehensive survey that focuses on active citizenship in the countries of EaP: Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia, Belarus. The paper analyses:

  1. Threats to development of a civil society resulting from geopolitical situation in the region
  2. Role of the modern IT in the organising and strengthening civil society (e.g. through social media)
  3. Possible support and aid provided by local governments of the EU
  4. Instruments to stimulate the development of civil society.

All five states’ representatives emphasise their nonstable or fragile geopolitical situation influencing civil society development in their countries. The survey shows how factors, such as lack of educational courses on NGO management, lack of funding, lack of civic activism, corruption and legislation are perceived as threats to the civil society development.

The survey discusses an improvement of communication from local/central governments as a mean to gain the trust of citizens.

Furthermore, in the context of developing Eastern partnerships, our EAP coordinator Nino Tvaltvadze also represented ALDA at the 6th Annual Conference of the Regional and Local Authorities for the Eastern Partnership (CORELAP) Committee of the Regions. The EaP policy brings partner countries closer to the EU improving trade economic ties, travel agreements and other relevant policies between the EU and its neighbours to the East.

The second issue of the Local Democracy Library on development of active citizenship has been released. The survey shows ways to strengthen local democracy in Eastern partnership countries.

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On the initiative of the Mayor of the City of Gdańsk and with the help of the Local Democracy Agencies (LDAs) in Georgia (Kutaisi), Armenia (Gyumri), and Ukraine (Dnipro), ALDA publishes a comprehensive survey that focuses on active citizenship in the countries of EaP: Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia, Belarus. The paper analyses:

  1. Threats to development of a civil society resulting from geopolitical situation in the region
  2. Role of the modern IT in the organising and strengthening civil society (e.g. through social media)
  3. Possible support and aid provided by local governments of the EU
  4. Instruments to stimulate the development of civil society.

All five states’ representatives emphasise their nonstable or fragile geopolitical situation influencing civil society development in their countries. The survey shows how factors, such as lack of educational courses on NGO management, lack of funding, lack of civic activism, corruption and legislation are perceived as threats to the civil society development.

The survey discusses an improvement of communication from local/central governments as a mean to gain the trust of citizens.

Furthermore, in the context of developing Eastern partnerships, our EAP coordinator Nino Tvaltvadze also represented ALDA at the 6th Annual Conference of the Regional and Local Authorities for the Eastern Partnership (CORELAP) Committee of the Regions. The EaP policy brings partner countries closer to the EU improving trade economic ties, travel agreements and other relevant policies between the EU and its neighbours to the East.


Corso informativo ALDA sui programmi di finanziamento UE 2014-2020

ALDA organizza il nuovo corso informativo sui programmi di finanziamento UE 2014-2020

 

Obiettivi del corso

Il corso informativo sui programmi UE 2014 – 2020 fornisce le informazioni e gli strumenti necessari per muovere i primi passi e orientarsi nell’universo dei programmi di finanziamento dell’Unione Europea, alla luce della programmazione 2014-2020.

Attraverso il corso informativo proposto, i partecipanti avranno la possibilità di:

  • conoscere i programmi comunitari
  • reperire le informazioni necessarie
  • identificare possibili bandi di interesse

 

Perché partecipare?

Il corso informativo è rivolto a chi intende apprendere e/o migliorare le proprie competenze in tema di finanziamenti comunitari, al fine di accrescere le capacità di utilizzo dei Programmi Europei.

Il corso è quindi studiato per studenti, operatori sociali e culturali, associazioni, enti locali, ecc.

 

Dove & quando?

Il corso si terrà negli uffici di ALDA a Vicenza, Viale Milano 66.

Il corso si terrà da lunedì 7 novembre a lunedì 19 dicembre, per un totale di 7 incontri (un giorno alla settimana) di 3 ore ciascuno (21 ore di formazione). Gli incontri si terranno dalle 18.30 alle 21.30.

 

Metodologia

Tutti gli incontri si articolano in momenti di lezione frontale ed esempi pratici (di bandi e di progetti realizzati).

Inoltre, l’ultima lezione del corso sarà interamente dedicata ad un lavoro pratico in gruppi mirato alla ricerca di bandi di interesse per i partecipanti e l’individuazione di potenziali idee progettuali. I formatori saranno disponibili per consulenza e coaching individuali per i partecipanti durante la durata del corso.

 

Programma

Il corso sviluppa in particolare le seguenti tematiche:

  • Come informarsi: ricerca delle informazioni comunitarie e strumenti di informazione.
  • Programmi diretti e indiretti 2014-2020: Programmi ed iniziative comunitarie per il periodo 2014-2020, con particolare riferimento ai programmi di maggior rilievo in ambito educativo, culturale, economico, occupazionale, sociale, ambientale, sportivo, governance, cooperazione e ricerca.

Lunedì 7 novembre – 3 ore

Le istituzioni comunitarie e le fonti informative della Unione Europea

  • Le Priorità della Programmazione comunitaria 2014-2020
  • Le opportunità di finanziamento dell’Unione Europea: introduzione e classificazione

Lunedì 14 novembre – 3 ore

Il bando

  • La ricerca di un bando europeo.
  • I documenti di riferimento: piani di lavoro, bandi, modulistica.
  • Lettura ed interpretazione dei bandi

Lunedì 21 novembre – 3 ore

Fondi indiretti o strutturali

  • I principali programmi europei indiretti della programmazione 2014-2020: presentazione ed approfondimenti

Lunedì 28 novembre – 3 ore

Programmi diretti – parte I

  • I principali programmi europei diretti della programmazione 2014-2020: presentazione ed approfondimenti (HORIZON 2020, Creative Europe)

Lunedì 5 dicembre – 3 ore

Programmi diretti – parte II

  • I principali programmi europei DIRETTI della programmazione 2014-2020: presentazione ed approfondimenti (COSME, EASI, ERASMUS +)

Lunedì 12 dicembre – 3 ore

Programmi diretti – parte III

  • I principali programmi europei DIRETTI della programmazione 2014-2020: presentazione ed approfondimenti (EUROPA PER I CITTADINI, PROGRAMMI CON PAESI TERZI,  DG GIUSTIZIA)

Lunedì 19 dicembre – 3 ore

Laboratorio pratico in gruppi di lavoro

  • Ricerca bandi di interesse su internet, analisi modulistica e identificazione potenziali idee di progetto

 

Formatori

I formatori saranno figure esperte, con una documentata e significativa esperienza pluriennale nell’ambito della progettazione europea.

I formatori che realizzeranno il corso saranno:

  • Marco Boaria, Responsabile del Dipartimento Risorse e Sviluppo di ALDA
  • Anna Ditta, Progettista di ALDA

Inoltre, esperti ad hoc interverranno nel corso dei diversi incontri, tra i quali:

  • Antonella Valmorbida, Segretario Generale di ALDA
  • Laura Aglio, esperta in programmazione e progettazione su fondi strutturali europei (FSE, FESR, FEASR)
  • Dario Pellizzon, Dirigente Area Ricerca dell’Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia

 

Costi

Il corso di formazione ha un costo complessivo di € 500,00. Il costo include i materiali formativi che saranno distribuiti durante il corso.

I soci di ALDA e gli studenti under 26 possono usufruire di uno sconto di € 100,00 (sconto del 20%), per un costo pari a € 400,00.

Iscriviti entro il 15 ottobre, e riceverai uno sconto del 15% sull’importo del corso!

 

Attestato di frequenza

Al termine del corso verrà consegnato un attestato di frequenza rilasciato da ALDA, partner strategico della Commissione Europea e del Consiglio d’Europa.

 

Iscrizioni

Per iscrizioni, compilare la scheda d’adesione e inviarla ad anna.ditta@aldaintranet.org.

Per maggiori informazioni, scrivere a marco.boaria@aldaintranet.org. Iscrizioni aperte fino al 31 ottobre 2016.

ALDA organizza il nuovo corso informativo sui programmi di finanziamento UE 2014-2020

 

Obiettivi del corso

Il corso informativo sui programmi UE 2014 – 2020 fornisce le informazioni e gli strumenti necessari per muovere i primi passi e orientarsi nell’universo dei programmi di finanziamento dell’Unione Europea, alla luce della programmazione 2014-2020.

Attraverso il corso informativo proposto, i partecipanti avranno la possibilità di:

  • conoscere i programmi comunitari
  • reperire le informazioni necessarie
  • identificare possibili bandi di interesse

 

Perché partecipare?

Il corso informativo è rivolto a chi intende apprendere e/o migliorare le proprie competenze in tema di finanziamenti comunitari, al fine di accrescere le capacità di utilizzo dei Programmi Europei.

Il corso è quindi studiato per studenti, operatori sociali e culturali, associazioni, enti locali, ecc.

 

Dove & quando?

Il corso si terrà negli uffici di ALDA a Vicenza, Viale Milano 66.

Il corso si terrà da lunedì 7 novembre a lunedì 19 dicembre, per un totale di 7 incontri (un giorno alla settimana) di 3 ore ciascuno (21 ore di formazione). Gli incontri si terranno dalle 18.30 alle 21.30.

 

Metodologia

Tutti gli incontri si articolano in momenti di lezione frontale ed esempi pratici (di bandi e di progetti realizzati).

Inoltre, l’ultima lezione del corso sarà interamente dedicata ad un lavoro pratico in gruppi mirato alla ricerca di bandi di interesse per i partecipanti e l’individuazione di potenziali idee progettuali. I formatori saranno disponibili per consulenza e coaching individuali per i partecipanti durante la durata del corso.

 

Programma

Il corso sviluppa in particolare le seguenti tematiche:

  • Come informarsi: ricerca delle informazioni comunitarie e strumenti di informazione.
  • Programmi diretti e indiretti 2014-2020: Programmi ed iniziative comunitarie per il periodo 2014-2020, con particolare riferimento ai programmi di maggior rilievo in ambito educativo, culturale, economico, occupazionale, sociale, ambientale, sportivo, governance, cooperazione e ricerca.

Lunedì 7 novembre – 3 ore

Le istituzioni comunitarie e le fonti informative della Unione Europea

  • Le Priorità della Programmazione comunitaria 2014-2020
  • Le opportunità di finanziamento dell’Unione Europea: introduzione e classificazione

Lunedì 14 novembre – 3 ore

Il bando

  • La ricerca di un bando europeo.
  • I documenti di riferimento: piani di lavoro, bandi, modulistica.
  • Lettura ed interpretazione dei bandi

Lunedì 21 novembre – 3 ore

Fondi indiretti o strutturali

  • I principali programmi europei indiretti della programmazione 2014-2020: presentazione ed approfondimenti

Lunedì 28 novembre – 3 ore

Programmi diretti – parte I

  • I principali programmi europei diretti della programmazione 2014-2020: presentazione ed approfondimenti (HORIZON 2020, Creative Europe)

Lunedì 5 dicembre – 3 ore

Programmi diretti – parte II

  • I principali programmi europei DIRETTI della programmazione 2014-2020: presentazione ed approfondimenti (COSME, EASI, ERASMUS +)

Lunedì 12 dicembre – 3 ore

Programmi diretti – parte III

  • I principali programmi europei DIRETTI della programmazione 2014-2020: presentazione ed approfondimenti (EUROPA PER I CITTADINI, PROGRAMMI CON PAESI TERZI,  DG GIUSTIZIA)

Lunedì 19 dicembre – 3 ore

Laboratorio pratico in gruppi di lavoro

  • Ricerca bandi di interesse su internet, analisi modulistica e identificazione potenziali idee di progetto

 

Formatori

I formatori saranno figure esperte, con una documentata e significativa esperienza pluriennale nell’ambito della progettazione europea.

I formatori che realizzeranno il corso saranno:

  • Marco Boaria, Responsabile del Dipartimento Risorse e Sviluppo di ALDA
  • Anna Ditta, Progettista di ALDA

Inoltre, esperti ad hoc interverranno nel corso dei diversi incontri, tra i quali:

  • Antonella Valmorbida, Segretario Generale di ALDA
  • Laura Aglio, esperta in programmazione e progettazione su fondi strutturali europei (FSE, FESR, FEASR)
  • Dario Pellizzon, Dirigente Area Ricerca dell’Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia

 

Costi

Il corso di formazione ha un costo complessivo di € 500,00. Il costo include i materiali formativi che saranno distribuiti durante il corso.

I soci di ALDA e gli studenti under 26 possono usufruire di uno sconto di € 100,00 (sconto del 20%), per un costo pari a € 400,00.

Iscriviti entro il 15 ottobre, e riceverai uno sconto del 15% sull’importo del corso!

 

Attestato di frequenza

Al termine del corso verrà consegnato un attestato di frequenza rilasciato da ALDA, partner strategico della Commissione Europea e del Consiglio d’Europa.

 

Iscrizioni

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‘CHOICE’ Project makes history a resource for participation and development

“Something unbelievable is happening, something that was never done before! Our children feel very pleased because they have chance to act out the memories they have collected. The history of the town Ashmyany is relived on the scene in the centre of the town!” says Elena Apanell, school deputy director in Ashmyany, Belarus.

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ALDA’s Project CHOICE (Cultural Heritage: Opportunity for Improving Civic Engagement), with the financial support of European Union is doing the “unbelievable” in Ashmyany, a town on the north-west of Belarus.  In collaboration with the local museum, school and newspaper, coordinator of the project, Hanna Wygonnia, are collecting the historical facts, citizens’ memories to recreate Ashmyanian history. They went further to bring it all in the centre of the attention, they have created a script for a theatre play with 20 locals, including children and elder generation participating. You can enjoy a video summary of the theatre play through the link below.

“Everything began from meeting and cooperation with citizens of Ashmyany”, says Wygonnia. Starting from the personal interaction, the idea grew onto a local level project. Regional newspaper “Ashmyanian Vestnik” launched the project for calling memories in the area. Local school involved your generation to ask their grandmas and grandpas about what was happening many years ago. A play will conclude this pleasant cooperation, by celebrating the local heritage.

The aim of CHOICE project is to enhance civil society’s role in developing a heritage-friendly living environment. This will ultimately help ALDA to develop policy recommendations for the Eastern Partnership governments on preservation of cultural heritage, therefore strengthening country’s stance in local and international dialogue. Its sub-granting scheme empowers civil society in Moldova, Armenia, Belarus and Ukraine to design and implement their specific initiatives and contribute to cultural heritage revitalization and local development.

You may find further information on the project website.

 

Usefull Links:

Video of CHOICE Project in Ashmyany, Belarus

“Something unbelievable is happening, something that was never done before! Our children feel very pleased because they have chance to act out the memories they have collected. The history of the town Ashmyany is relived on the scene in the centre of the town!” says Elena Apanell, school deputy director in Ashmyany, Belarus.

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ALDA’s Project CHOICE (Cultural Heritage: Opportunity for Improving Civic Engagement), with the financial support of European Union is doing the “unbelievable” in Ashmyany, a town on the north-west of Belarus.  In collaboration with the local museum, school and newspaper, coordinator of the project, Hanna Wygonnia, are collecting the historical facts, citizens’ memories to recreate Ashmyanian history. They went further to bring it all in the centre of the attention, they have created a script for a theatre play with 20 locals, including children and elder generation participating. You can enjoy a video summary of the theatre play through the link below.

“Everything began from meeting and cooperation with citizens of Ashmyany”, says Wygonnia. Starting from the personal interaction, the idea grew onto a local level project. Regional newspaper “Ashmyanian Vestnik” launched the project for calling memories in the area. Local school involved your generation to ask their grandmas and grandpas about what was happening many years ago. A play will conclude this pleasant cooperation, by celebrating the local heritage.

The aim of CHOICE project is to enhance civil society’s role in developing a heritage-friendly living environment. This will ultimately help ALDA to develop policy recommendations for the Eastern Partnership governments on preservation of cultural heritage, therefore strengthening country’s stance in local and international dialogue. Its sub-granting scheme empowers civil society in Moldova, Armenia, Belarus and Ukraine to design and implement their specific initiatives and contribute to cultural heritage revitalization and local development.

You may find further information on the project website.

 

Usefull Links:

Video of CHOICE Project in Ashmyany, Belarus