ALDA – The European Association for Local Democracy, is proud to be recognised by the European Commission as one of the 59 most active organisations that work to protect and promote Union values.
Indeed, ALDA has been recognised in the Framework Partnership Agreement of the Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values Programme (CERV) of the European Union for the period 2022-2025.
Such framework partnership is of great importance for ALDA, being both a confirmation of the effectiveness of ALDA’s work in supporting good governance and citizen participation in Europe; as well as evidence of the confidence that the European Commission has in ALDA as a strategic partner in the implementation of the new EU priorities for the next 4 years.
ALDA is proud to be recognised by the European Commission as one of the 59 most active organisations that work to protect and promote Union values
More in depth, the agreement consists in a long-term cooperation between the Commission and the selected partners with the aim to contribute to the objectives of the Union policy in the following areas:
- promoting and protecting Union values;
- promoting equality, preventing and combating discrimination;
- promoting gender equality;
- combating racism, xenophobia and all forms of intolerance;
- protecting and promoting the rights of the child;
- promoting European remembrance;
- promoting citizen engagement;
- preventing and combating gender-based violence;
- preventing and combating violence against children.
Visit the dedicated web page of the European Commission to learn more and click HERE to have a glance of ALDA’s main activities for the 4-year period, titled “Local democracy: shaping the future together”