Cooperativa Primavera 85 hold the on-arrival training for Julia

We are glad to introduce you Julia!

Julia is a young girl from Germany who has just started a volunteering experience at the Cooperativa Primavera 85, where she will be working for the next 6 months, in the framework of  VOICE III, a project funded by the European Solidarity Corps programme.

For the purpose of welcoming Julia and providing her with the required information and tools to perform at her best, a training has been organised on February 23rd.

It will be a great chance to work together, share ideas striving towards the project's goals

The training was coordinated and led by ALDA’s expert coach Anna Ditta and attended by Julia as well as by the project coordinator, the Cooperative’s working tutors and some guests of the Cooperative who warmly welcomed Julia and surrounded her with lots of positive energy!

After such a great day, we are now all ready to kick off together this new adventure, sure that it will be a great chance to work together, share ideas striving towards the project’s goals.

For those who are interested, there is another available volunteer position within this project!

For more info, do not hesitate to contact us at alda@aldaintranet.org

We are glad to introduce you Julia!

Julia is a young girl from Germany who has just started a volunteering experience at the Cooperativa Primavera 85, where she will be working for the next 6 months, in the framework of  VOICE III, a project funded by the European Solidarity Corps programme.

For the purpose of welcoming Julia and providing her with the required information and tools to perform at her best, a training has been organised on February 23rd.

It will be a great chance to work together, share ideas striving towards the project's goals

The training was coordinated and led by ALDA’s expert coach Anna Ditta and attended by Julia as well as by the project coordinator, the Cooperative’s working tutors and some guests of the Cooperative who warmly welcomed Julia and surrounded her with lots of positive energy!

After such a great day, we are now all ready to kick off together this new adventure, sure that it will be a great chance to work together, share ideas striving towards the project’s goals.

For those who are interested, there is another available volunteer position within this project!

For more info, do not hesitate to contact us at alda@aldaintranet.org


IMPACT présente la pièce de théâtre "Game" pour promouvoir la tolérance et la cohésion

Le 27 février 2021 a été présentée la première de "Game", une pièce de théâtre jouée par le Théâtre de la jeunesse de Mostar (MTM) en coopération avec l'Agence de la démocratie locale de Mostar organisée dans le cadre du projet IMPACT. "Game" est le résultat d'un engagement à long terme pour dépeindre et reproduire les histoires réelles des migrants de Mostar (Camp Salakovac, Bosnie-Herzégovine). Auparavant, afin de connaître leurs histoires, des ateliers avec des migrants locaux et leurs familles avaient été organisés. Dans l'ensemble, l'objectif était d'inclure les migrants dans la communauté locale, favorisant ainsi la tolérance et la cohésion.Les acteurs du MTM ont recueilli les histoires des migrants et les ont présentées de la manière la plus puissante qui soit, sous la forme d'une pièce unique diffusant des messages universels de paix, d'inclusion sociale, de solidarité et de sentiment d'appartenance.

Travailler avec des migrants était plutôt émotionnel et délicat

La pièce de théâtre a été mise en scène par M. Sead Djulic et a été interprétée par Sara Kljajic, Edina Delalic, Irma Lipovac, Ali Kamer Aksoy, Haris Habibija i Haris Pasic.

  • Si vous souhaitez voir et vivre sa première originale, vous pouvez la regarder ici
  • Regardez la galerie de photos de l'avant-première ici

Le projet IMPACT est soutenu par le programme Erasmus+ de l'Union européenne et mis en œuvre par VIFIN - Videnscenter for Integration en coopération avec ALDA, La Piccionaia - Centre pour la production théâtrale, LDA Monténégro, LDA Mostar, Coalition des organisations de jeunesse SEGA, Association pour le développement du travail volontaire Novo Mesto (DRPDNM) et Urban Development Center.

Le 27 février 2021 a été présentée la première de "Game", une pièce de théâtre jouée par le Théâtre de la jeunesse de Mostar (MTM) en coopération avec l'Agence de la démocratie locale de Mostar organisée dans le cadre du projet IMPACT. "Game" est le résultat d'un engagement à long terme pour dépeindre et reproduire les histoires réelles des migrants de Mostar (Camp Salakovac, Bosnie-Herzégovine). Auparavant, afin de connaître leurs histoires, des ateliers avec des migrants locaux et leurs familles avaient été organisés. Dans l'ensemble, l'objectif était d'inclure les migrants dans la communauté locale, favorisant ainsi la tolérance et la cohésion.Les acteurs du MTM ont recueilli les histoires des migrants et les ont présentées de la manière la plus puissante qui soit, sous la forme d'une pièce unique diffusant des messages universels de paix, d'inclusion sociale, de solidarité et de sentiment d'appartenance.

Travailler avec des migrants était plutôt émotionnel et délicat

La pièce de théâtre a été mise en scène par M. Sead Djulic et a été interprétée par Sara Kljajic, Edina Delalic, Irma Lipovac, Ali Kamer Aksoy, Haris Habibija i Haris Pasic.

  • Si vous souhaitez voir et vivre sa première originale, vous pouvez la regarder ici
  • Regardez la galerie de photos de l'avant-première ici

Le projet IMPACT est soutenu par le programme Erasmus+ de l'Union européenne et mis en œuvre par VIFIN - Videnscenter for Integration en coopération avec ALDA, La Piccionaia - Centre pour la production théâtrale, LDA Monténégro, LDA Mostar, Coalition des organisations de jeunesse SEGA, Association pour le développement du travail volontaire Novo Mesto (DRPDNM) et Urban Development Center.


ALDA à la table ronde au niveau européen pour la journée internationale de la femme

A l'occasion de la journée internationale de la femme, le réseau EPD a organisé deux événements en date du 4 mars. Le premier consiste en une discussion entre praticiens et responsables politiques sur la thématique suivante "participation et leadership" en tant que troisième plan d'action sur le genre. De manière générale, le plan d'action de l'UE sur l'égalité des sexes et l'autonomisation des femmes dans l'action extérieure 2021-2025 (GAP III) est constitué de cinq piliers d'actions. Ces derniers comprennent - par exemple – la reconnaissance de l'égalité des sexes et de l'autonomisation des femmes et filles en général comme étant une priorité transversale de l'action extérieure de l'UE ; ainsi que le maintien du travail en étroite collaboration entre les États membres de l'UE en tant que Team Europe au niveau multilatéral, régional et national, tout en favorisant le partenariat avec les différentes parties prenantes, les OSC et les organisations de femmes.

La table ronde au niveau européen axée sur la "promotion de la participation égalitaire et du leadership à travers l'action de l'UE".

Il est naturel que, dans ce cadre, la Journée internationale de la femme coorganisée par l'ALDA prenne une importance particulière. Ainsi, le premier événement du 4 mars (10:00-11:30 CET) sera celui de la table ronde au niveau européen sur le thème "promotion de la participation égalitaire et du leardership à travers l’action de l’UE". Les principaux intervenants prendront la parole :

  • Antonella Valmorbida, Présidente de l'EPD et Secrétaire Générale de l'ALDA
  • Heidi Hautala, Vice-présidente et membre du Parlement européen
  • Brigitte Luggin, Responsable de la politique de genre, DG INTPA
  • Olga Martin Gonzalez, Chargée de la politique de genre, DG NEAR
  • Charlotte Isaksson, Conseillère principale en matière de genre, SEAE

En outre, Giulia Sostero, chef de projet ALDA et coordinatrice de la région MENA, et Afaf Zaddem, déléguée de l'Agence de la démocratie locale en Tunisie, discuteront de l'autonomisation des femmes dans la sphère politique, économique et sociale de la région méditerranéenne, avec un aperçu de la réalité tunisienne.

La participation à la table ronde au niveau de l'UE confirme une fois de plus le rôle de l'ALDA en tant qu'acteur stratégique dans la sphère européenne et partisan de l’implication de la société civile, ainsi qu’en se dressant en tant qu’association de sensibilisation sur des sujets essentiels discutés au niveau international.

 

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A l'occasion de la journée internationale de la femme, le réseau EPD a organisé deux événements en date du 4 mars. Le premier consiste en une discussion entre praticiens et responsables politiques sur la thématique suivante "participation et leadership" en tant que troisième plan d'action sur le genre. De manière générale, le plan d'action de l'UE sur l'égalité des sexes et l'autonomisation des femmes dans l'action extérieure 2021-2025 (GAP III) est constitué de cinq piliers d'actions. Ces derniers comprennent - par exemple – la reconnaissance de l'égalité des sexes et de l'autonomisation des femmes et filles en général comme étant une priorité transversale de l'action extérieure de l'UE ; ainsi que le maintien du travail en étroite collaboration entre les États membres de l'UE en tant que Team Europe au niveau multilatéral, régional et national, tout en favorisant le partenariat avec les différentes parties prenantes, les OSC et les organisations de femmes.

La table ronde au niveau européen axée sur la "promotion de la participation égalitaire et du leadership à travers l'action de l'UE".

Il est naturel que, dans ce cadre, la Journée internationale de la femme coorganisée par l'ALDA prenne une importance particulière. Ainsi, le premier événement du 4 mars (10:00-11:30 CET) sera celui de la table ronde au niveau européen sur le thème "promotion de la participation égalitaire et du leardership à travers l’action de l’UE". Les principaux intervenants prendront la parole :

  • Antonella Valmorbida, Présidente de l'EPD et Secrétaire Générale de l'ALDA
  • Heidi Hautala, Vice-présidente et membre du Parlement européen
  • Brigitte Luggin, Responsable de la politique de genre, DG INTPA
  • Olga Martin Gonzalez, Chargée de la politique de genre, DG NEAR
  • Charlotte Isaksson, Conseillère principale en matière de genre, SEAE

En outre, Giulia Sostero, chef de projet ALDA et coordinatrice de la région MENA, et Afaf Zaddem, déléguée de l'Agence de la démocratie locale en Tunisie, discuteront de l'autonomisation des femmes dans la sphère politique, économique et sociale de la région méditerranéenne, avec un aperçu de la réalité tunisienne.

La participation à la table ronde au niveau de l'UE confirme une fois de plus le rôle de l'ALDA en tant qu'acteur stratégique dans la sphère européenne et partisan de l’implication de la société civile, ainsi qu’en se dressant en tant qu’association de sensibilisation sur des sujets essentiels discutés au niveau international.

 

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LDA Moldova en tant qu'acteur clé dans le cadre politique national

Le 1er mars, notre collègue Alexandru Coica - au nom de LDA Moldavie - a rejoint la consultation organisée par le Président moldave afin de faire face à la crise politique actuelle. Ainsi, afin de surmonter cette dernière, des OSC, des juges et des professionnels se sont réunis pour partager leur expertise en ce qui concerne, par exemple, le respect de l'Etat de droit et la démocratie. Ainsi, ces jours-ci, la Moldavie cherche des solutions pour sortir de l'impasse politique, qui résulte de la dichotomie entre les attitudes basées sur la corruption de la majorité parlementaire PSRM-Sor d'une part, et la volonté de changement et le désir de souveraineté de la population d'autre part.

La Moldavie doit jouer le rôle fondamental d'une démocratie stable et mature dans le partenariat oriental.

Le fait d'inviter des représentants de la société civile au débat est un signal positif de la part des autorités nationales et, comme l'a mentionné Alexandru lui-même, "de larges consultations à différents niveaux de la société sont importantes pour garantir qu'une solution démocratique, légale et représentative soit identifiée".

Les aspects clés et cruciaux soulevés au cours du débat doivent être gardés à l'esprit : la solution - quelle qu'elle soit - doit être axée sur le bien-être des citoyens. En outre, elle doit être prise dans un délai court, pour le bien de la population. En outre, il ne faut pas oublier la perspective géographique. Nous sommes tous bien conscients de la situation actuelle en Biélorussie, en Géorgie, ainsi qu'en Arménie et en Azerbaïdjan ; la Moldavie doit donc jouer le rôle fondamental d'une démocratie stable et mature dans le partenariat oriental.

La participation à ce débat crucial témoigne non seulement de l'importance de l'ADL Moldavie en tant que partenaire stratégique clé au niveau politique, mais elle nous incite également à poursuivre notre travail en tant que promoteurs de la démocratie, proches des réalités locales et des besoins des citoyens.

Le 1er mars, notre collègue Alexandru Coica - au nom de LDA Moldavie - a rejoint la consultation organisée par le Président moldave afin de faire face à la crise politique actuelle. Ainsi, afin de surmonter cette dernière, des OSC, des juges et des professionnels se sont réunis pour partager leur expertise en ce qui concerne, par exemple, le respect de l'Etat de droit et la démocratie. Ainsi, ces jours-ci, la Moldavie cherche des solutions pour sortir de l'impasse politique, qui résulte de la dichotomie entre les attitudes basées sur la corruption de la majorité parlementaire PSRM-Sor d'une part, et la volonté de changement et le désir de souveraineté de la population d'autre part.

La Moldavie doit jouer le rôle fondamental d'une démocratie stable et mature dans le partenariat oriental.

Le fait d'inviter des représentants de la société civile au débat est un signal positif de la part des autorités nationales et, comme l'a mentionné Alexandru lui-même, "de larges consultations à différents niveaux de la société sont importantes pour garantir qu'une solution démocratique, légale et représentative soit identifiée".

Les aspects clés et cruciaux soulevés au cours du débat doivent être gardés à l'esprit : la solution - quelle qu'elle soit - doit être axée sur le bien-être des citoyens. En outre, elle doit être prise dans un délai court, pour le bien de la population. En outre, il ne faut pas oublier la perspective géographique. Nous sommes tous bien conscients de la situation actuelle en Biélorussie, en Géorgie, ainsi qu'en Arménie et en Azerbaïdjan ; la Moldavie doit donc jouer le rôle fondamental d'une démocratie stable et mature dans le partenariat oriental.

La participation à ce débat crucial témoigne non seulement de l'importance de l'ADL Moldavie en tant que partenaire stratégique clé au niveau politique, mais elle nous incite également à poursuivre notre travail en tant que promoteurs de la démocratie, proches des réalités locales et des besoins des citoyens.


In 2021, ALDA more than ever committed to improving international cooperation practices

We are pleased to announce that this year, ALDA joins the French network F3E, a network of solidarity and international cooperation actors engaged in the evaluation and evolution of development actions!

Pursuant to ALDA’s new 2021-2024 strategy and its willingness to question and improve its practices, but also at a more global level its constant effort to contribute to the enhancement of international cooperation policies and actions, this step was today deemed fundamental.

It is therefore naturally alongside the F3E network that ALDA has decided to engage in this effort, a pioneering network in the improvement of the practices of cooperation players and the strengthening of their skills.

Network F3E contributes to the agility of civil society, authorities and institutions in a complex and moving environment

Bringing together more than 85 members, including local and international organizations and local authorities, the multi-stakeholder network F3E contributes to the agility of civil society, authorities and institutions in a complex and moving environment, by sharing complementary innovative methodologies for the evaluation of practices, leading to effective changes and substantial reduction of inequalities.

The accession of ALDA to this network has been very well welcomed by the members, convinced that ALDA, a key French actor dedicated to supporting the different actors of communities to make them more solidary, active and inclusive, will bring a real added value to this network, engaging its experience in project management, methodologies on participatory processes and its network. Indeed, ALDA is committed to supporting stakeholders to find the skills and tools necessary to pursue their objectives by accompanying them in the development, planning and execution of their projects. With more than 400 projects to its record and 75 projects currently being implemented, ALDA itself has a great mastery of resource identification and management, but also of the localization and implementation of Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Objectives, which are at the heart of its actions.

ALDA looks forward to bringing this expertise and reinforcing the capacities of its fellow members, but also to learning from them and their practices, and working hand in hand to make international solidarity and cooperation actions more effective.

We are pleased to announce that this year, ALDA joins the French network F3E, a network of solidarity and international cooperation actors engaged in the evaluation and evolution of development actions!

Pursuant to ALDA’s new 2021-2024 strategy and its willingness to question and improve its practices, but also at a more global level its constant effort to contribute to the enhancement of international cooperation policies and actions, this step was today deemed fundamental.

It is therefore naturally alongside the F3E network that ALDA has decided to engage in this effort, a pioneering network in the improvement of the practices of cooperation players and the strengthening of their skills.

Network F3E contributes to the agility of civil society, authorities and institutions in a complex and moving environment

Bringing together more than 85 members, including local and international organizations and local authorities, the multi-stakeholder network F3E contributes to the agility of civil society, authorities and institutions in a complex and moving environment, by sharing complementary innovative methodologies for the evaluation of practices, leading to effective changes and substantial reduction of inequalities.

The accession of ALDA to this network has been very well welcomed by the members, convinced that ALDA, a key French actor dedicated to supporting the different actors of communities to make them more solidary, active and inclusive, will bring a real added value to this network, engaging its experience in project management, methodologies on participatory processes and its network. Indeed, ALDA is committed to supporting stakeholders to find the skills and tools necessary to pursue their objectives by accompanying them in the development, planning and execution of their projects. With more than 400 projects to its record and 75 projects currently being implemented, ALDA itself has a great mastery of resource identification and management, but also of the localization and implementation of Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Objectives, which are at the heart of its actions.

ALDA looks forward to bringing this expertise and reinforcing the capacities of its fellow members, but also to learning from them and their practices, and working hand in hand to make international solidarity and cooperation actions more effective.


A conference on Franco - Tunisian decentralised cooperation methods and strategies

Decentralised cooperation is one of the key methodologies at the core of ALDA’s actions supporting the development of local communities in Europe and in the Neighbouring countries.

In this sense, ALDA is proud to be among the organisers of the hybrid seminar on “Decentralised cooperation”, together with Solidarité Laique and its partners members of the multi-actor concerted programme (PCPA) “Soyons Actifs/Actives”.

The conference will take place in the morning of Friday, March 5,, from 10:00am to 12:30pm in the city of Sousse, Tunisia, with the possibility to virtually join it too.

The seminar will put forward the exchanges around experiences of decentralized cooperation between French and Tunisian public actors and associations.

Organised within the framework of the FAIR fund, supported by the Euromed France Réseau through the French Development Agency (AFD) and the Aude department, the seminar will put forward the exchanges around experiences of decentralised cooperation between French and Tunisian public actors and associations.

 The discussions will be chaired by representatives of French and Tunisian municipalities and departments, civil society associations, institutions and ministries in order to create a fertile ground to share experiences on decentralised cooperation and understand the level of involvement and the role the civil society should cover to reinforce the decentralisation process and assure its good outcome. Among the participants we mention the Municipalities of Sousse, Kairouan, Mahdia, Marsa, Marseille, Strasbourg, Bordeaux and representatives of the Val de Marne and Aude departments.

 What to expect from such a rich forum?

First of all, the exchange of experiences and the valorisation of the existing best practices; the reinforcement of the links between civil society actors and French and Tunisian local authorities; and the identification of mechanisms regulating decentralised cooperation processes.

Decentralised cooperation is one of the key methodologies at the core of ALDA’s actions supporting the development of local communities in Europe and in the Neighbouring countries.

In this sense, ALDA is proud to be among the organisers of the hybrid seminar on “Decentralised cooperation”, together with Solidarité Laique and its partners members of the multi-actor concerted programme (PCPA) “Soyons Actifs/Actives”.

The conference will take place in the morning of Friday, March 5,, from 10:00am to 12:30pm in the city of Sousse, Tunisia, with the possibility to virtually join it too.

The seminar will put forward the exchanges around experiences of decentralized cooperation between French and Tunisian public actors and associations.

Organised within the framework of the FAIR fund, supported by the Euromed France Réseau through the French Development Agency (AFD) and the Aude department, the seminar will put forward the exchanges around experiences of decentralised cooperation between French and Tunisian public actors and associations.

 The discussions will be chaired by representatives of French and Tunisian municipalities and departments, civil society associations, institutions and ministries in order to create a fertile ground to share experiences on decentralised cooperation and understand the level of involvement and the role the civil society should cover to reinforce the decentralisation process and assure its good outcome. Among the participants we mention the Municipalities of Sousse, Kairouan, Mahdia, Marsa, Marseille, Strasbourg, Bordeaux and representatives of the Val de Marne and Aude departments.

 What to expect from such a rich forum?

First of all, the exchange of experiences and the valorisation of the existing best practices; the reinforcement of the links between civil society actors and French and Tunisian local authorities; and the identification of mechanisms regulating decentralised cooperation processes.


We are looking for your advice!

Are you a teacher or a student? Are you living in France, Slovenia, Italy, Belgium, Greece or Turkey? Are you teaching to students with migrant backgrounds aged 13 to 18 years old, or are you one of them?

The Needs Analysis survey of the DEVOTE project is out to understand what are the needs of teachers and more specifically students with migrant backgrounds in French, Slovenian, Italian, Belgian, Greek and Turkish schools.

DEVOTE is a 24-month project co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, led by ALDA in partnership with Drustvo Za Razvijanje Prostovoljnega Dela Novo Mesto (Slovenia), Paydaş Eğitim Kültür Ve Sanat Derneği (Turkey), Panepistimio Thessalias (Grèce), Formazione e Comunione Società Cooperativa Sociale Onlus (Italy) and UC Leuven Limburg (Belgium).

Understand what are the needs of teachers and more specifically students with migrant backgrounds

The answers from all these countries will shape the Educational Content that the project consortium will provide to enhance the integration of students with migrant backgrounds into European Schools. This Educational Content will be later elaborated in a Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) that will be freely accessible to all teachers wanting to improve their skills in integrating students with migrant backgrounds.

If you can help us, what are you waiting for?

Links to the surveys:

Are you a teacher or a student? Are you living in France, Slovenia, Italy, Belgium, Greece or Turkey? Are you teaching to students with migrant backgrounds aged 13 to 18 years old, or are you one of them?

The Needs Analysis survey of the DEVOTE project is out to understand what are the needs of teachers and more specifically students with migrant backgrounds in French, Slovenian, Italian, Belgian, Greek and Turkish schools.

DEVOTE is a 24-month project co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, led by ALDA in partnership with Drustvo Za Razvijanje Prostovoljnega Dela Novo Mesto (Slovenia), Paydaş Eğitim Kültür Ve Sanat Derneği (Turkey), Panepistimio Thessalias (Grèce), Formazione e Comunione Società Cooperativa Sociale Onlus (Italy) and UC Leuven Limburg (Belgium).

Understand what are the needs of teachers and more specifically students with migrant backgrounds

The answers from all these countries will shape the Educational Content that the project consortium will provide to enhance the integration of students with migrant backgrounds into European Schools. This Educational Content will be later elaborated in a Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) that will be freely accessible to all teachers wanting to improve their skills in integrating students with migrant backgrounds.

If you can help us, what are you waiting for?

Links to the surveys:


Young People as Agents of Change!

On the 11, February 2021, the Municipality of Patos in Albania have organised an event on the topic Young People as Agents of Change. This activity was designed as a coffee talk, engaging a group of young people, with different occupations, educational backgrounds, and previous engagements in local processes.

With the participation of two experts, one specialized in intercultural dialogue and the other, a former participant in various exchange programs, the group discussed different ways on how to increase intercultural dialogue in this multicultural world.

Participants stated very clearly that nobody should perceive diversity as a threat, and that all must help each other in approaching citizens coming from different backgrounds

The young people have shared their visions of the role that the community should have in resolving issues, conflicts, and smoothing out the different cultural traditions and perceptions that exist in our city.

Participants stated very clearly that nobody should perceive diversity as a threat, and that all must help each other in approaching citizens coming from different backgrounds to participate in social and decision-making process.

Being an active group of young people in the city, they agreed to have future meetings and discuss on the possibility of creating new projects together.

This activity was organised within the VALID project financially supported by the Europe for Citizens programme.

On the 11, February 2021, the Municipality of Patos in Albania have organised an event on the topic Young People as Agents of Change. This activity was designed as a coffee talk, engaging a group of young people, with different occupations, educational backgrounds, and previous engagements in local processes.

With the participation of two experts, one specialized in intercultural dialogue and the other, a former participant in various exchange programs, the group discussed different ways on how to increase intercultural dialogue in this multicultural world.

Participants stated very clearly that nobody should perceive diversity as a threat, and that all must help each other in approaching citizens coming from different backgrounds

The young people have shared their visions of the role that the community should have in resolving issues, conflicts, and smoothing out the different cultural traditions and perceptions that exist in our city.

Participants stated very clearly that nobody should perceive diversity as a threat, and that all must help each other in approaching citizens coming from different backgrounds to participate in social and decision-making process.

Being an active group of young people in the city, they agreed to have future meetings and discuss on the possibility of creating new projects together.

This activity was organised within the VALID project financially supported by the Europe for Citizens programme.


ALDA at International Women Day

The International Women Day represents, every year, a very important recurrence for ALDA, in light of our commitment towards a more just and inclusive society, where males and females enjoy equal rights, and none is victim of discrimination nor injustices.

Therefore, ALDA is proud to be among the organisers of a series of events aimed at celebrating the key role of women in the society and raising awareness on the role that women have played and still play as leaders and change promoters.

Managed by the EPD network, the two online appointments will take place on March 4,:  starting in the morning with an EU-level roundtable, event open to practitioner and policymakers, the afternoon will be dedicated to a public event celebrating inspiring stories of women engaged at the political and community level.

ALDA is proud to be among the organisers of a series of events aimed at celebrating the key role of women in the society

"Women who lead”: here is the title of the public event, occurring in the afternoon of Thursday March 4,, from 3PM to 4.15PM during which participants will be delighted to discover women leaders’ journeys and achievements. Inspiring stories shared with the aim of motivate action and sow seeds of change for equality and justice.

The conversation will be animated by women from all around the globe and with different backgrounds:

  • Imarn Ayton – Actress, activist and leading voice in the #BlackLivesMatter UK protests and founder of the Black Reformist Movement
  • Tamara Adrián – Venezuelan lawyer and academic, and the first trans woman to win a seat as a member of the country’s Congress
  • Sidita Zaja – Executive Director of the NGO ProLGBT, fighting for the rights of the LGBTI community in Albania
  • Sophie Heesen – Politician and Councillor for the Dutch Labour party (PvdA) in Gouda, campaigning for LGBTI rights, anti-discrimination policies and gender equality
  • Krishala Tamang – One of the youngest elected Vice-Chairpeople of Doramba Rural Municipality in Nepal’s Ramechhap district, and national-level martial arts expert
  • Nabila Ramdani, award-winning journalist and broadcaster and one of the WEF’s 2012 Young Global Leaders, will moderate the discussion.

 

How these women succeeded in overcoming pollical and societal barriers? Which were the main obstacles they met during their path?

Join the event and follow the #Womenwave!

Sign up ICI to participate to the discussion and follow ce lien for more details.

The International Women Day represents, every year, a very important recurrence for ALDA, in light of our commitment towards a more just and inclusive society, where males and females enjoy equal rights, and none is victim of discrimination nor injustices.

Therefore, ALDA is proud to be among the organisers of a series of events aimed at celebrating the key role of women in the society and raising awareness on the role that women have played and still play as leaders and change promoters.

Managed by the EPD network, the two online appointments will take place on March 4,:  starting in the morning with an EU-level roundtable, event open to practitioner and policymakers, the afternoon will be dedicated to a public event celebrating inspiring stories of women engaged at the political and community level.

ALDA is proud to be among the organisers of a series of events aimed at celebrating the key role of women in the society

"Women who lead”: here is the title of the public event, occurring in the afternoon of Thursday March 4,, from 3PM to 4.15PM during which participants will be delighted to discover women leaders’ journeys and achievements. Inspiring stories shared with the aim of motivate action and sow seeds of change for equality and justice.

The conversation will be animated by women from all around the globe and with different backgrounds:

  • Imarn Ayton – Actress, activist and leading voice in the #BlackLivesMatter UK protests and founder of the Black Reformist Movement
  • Tamara Adrián – Venezuelan lawyer and academic, and the first trans woman to win a seat as a member of the country’s Congress
  • Sidita Zaja – Executive Director of the NGO ProLGBT, fighting for the rights of the LGBTI community in Albania
  • Sophie Heesen – Politician and Councillor for the Dutch Labour party (PvdA) in Gouda, campaigning for LGBTI rights, anti-discrimination policies and gender equality
  • Krishala Tamang – One of the youngest elected Vice-Chairpeople of Doramba Rural Municipality in Nepal’s Ramechhap district, and national-level martial arts expert
  • Nabila Ramdani, award-winning journalist and broadcaster and one of the WEF’s 2012 Young Global Leaders, will moderate the discussion.

How these women succeeded in overcoming pollical and societal barriers? Which were the main obstacles they met during their path?

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