KALA ËLLËK - The future is still to be drawn

Enjoy this comic book produced by the partners’ consortium of the project LIME – Labour Integration for Migrants Employment as an innovative and effective tool to raise awareness and fight the stereotypes about social inclusion and labour integration.

These are indeed the core elements of this 2-year project, willing to implement all over Europe an innovative and high participatory methodology: the MEIC – Migrants Economic Integration Cluster methodology, an innovative and participatory approach based on the creation of a partnership of socio- economic multi-stakeholders, including public and private actors.

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Enjoy this comic book produced by the partners’ consortium of the project LIME – Labour Integration for Migrants Employment as an innovative and effective tool to raise awareness and fight the stereotypes about social inclusion and labour integration.

These are indeed the core elements of this 2-year project, willing to implement all over Europe an innovative and high participatory methodology: the MEIC – Migrants Economic Integration Cluster methodology, an innovative and participatory approach based on the creation of a partnership of socio- economic multi-stakeholders, including public and private actors.

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ENLARGE Gamebook

The ENLARGE Gamebook has been built on 31 real cases we collected and analyzed, and the chosen topic is a story about a local government that is attempting to formulate and implement an energy consumption reduction plan. The plan involves the location and construction of a new wind farm and the implementation of a series of interventions to improve energy efficiency in public and private buildings.

The book is intended to be a living tool for all communities wishing to kick off collaborative processes. Therefore, for two years beyond project completion, the book will be integrated with comments and suggestions by those who are using it.

Don’t miss the chance and embark on your own adventure in collaborative governance.

Gamebook

The ENLARGE Gamebook has been built on 31 real cases we collected and analyzed, and the chosen topic is a story about a local government that is attempting to formulate and implement an energy consumption reduction plan. The plan involves the location and construction of a new wind farm and the implementation of a series of interventions to improve energy efficiency in public and private buildings.

The book is intended to be a living tool for all communities wishing to kick off collaborative processes. Therefore, for two years beyond project completion, the book will be integrated with comments and suggestions by those who are using it.

Don’t miss the chance and embark on your own adventure in collaborative governance.

Gamebook

ALDA Towards 2030 - Localising the SDGs: Good practices from Europe and the Neighbourhood areas

From the adoption of the Agenda 2030 and its 17 SDGs, ALDA has included this fundamental component in its long-term strategy. Indeed, the new Agenda differentiates from the one of the MDGs for some key aspects which did not allow to leave it apart and not take it into account in our daily work and mission. In other words, the achievement of the Agenda 2030 appears to be possible only by applying different principles which are totally in line with our geographical scope, vision and operational actions.

Learn what ALDA is doing to localise the SDGs and learn all the best practices elaborated in the last 20 years!

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From the adoption of the Agenda 2030 and its 17 SDGs, ALDA has included this fundamental component in its long-term strategy. Indeed, the new Agenda differentiates from the one of the MDGs for some key aspects which did not allow to leave it apart and not take it into account in our daily work and mission. In other words, the achievement of the Agenda 2030 appears to be possible only by applying different principles which are totally in line with our geographical scope, vision and operational actions.

Learn what ALDA is doing to localise the SDGs and learn all the best practices elaborated in the last 20 years!

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LDAs Activity Report 2020

The Local Democracy Agencies (LDAs) report of activities and projects implemented in 2020.

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The Local Democracy Agencies (LDAs) report of activities and projects implemented in 2020.

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ALDA Activity Report 2020

ALDA’s report of activities, projects and members for the year 2020.

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ALDA’s report of activities, projects and members for the year 2020.

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Time to Act - Guide for #ClimateOfChange Campaigne

Time to Act is #ClimateOfChange campaign’s guide: a joint campaign across Europe energising youth to speak up about the root causes of climate change, and elevating the voices of forced migrants, so we can build a fair and sustainable human future.

This guide is intended to provide support, inspiration and information on how to build a strong climate justice campaign. It’s a flexible and by no means comprehensive tool, which can hopefully support activists in their fight for a better world.

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Time to Act is #ClimateOfChange campaign’s guide: a joint campaign across Europe energising youth to speak up about the root causes of climate change, and elevating the voices of forced migrants, so we can build a fair and sustainable human future.

This guide is intended to provide support, inspiration and information on how to build a strong climate justice campaign. It’s a flexible and by no means comprehensive tool, which can hopefully support activists in their fight for a better world.

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Lignes directrices d'IMPACT: l'intégration sociale par les arts du spectacle

Ces lignes directrices incluent les résultats du projet IMPACT - Inclusion Matters ! utilisant les arts du spectacle vers la cohésion et la tolérance et visent à permettre la conception et la mise en œuvre d'ateliers pour l'intégration sociale des migrants et des citoyens locaux, par l'utilisation du théâtre et des arts du spectacle.

Les lignes directrices ont été présentées lors de la conférence finale, qui a eu lieu le 20 mai, et qui a rassemblé des représentants d'organisations de la société civile, du théâtre et d'autres institutions impliquées dans le projet.

Parmi les orateurs principaux:

  • Ib Jespersgaard - Municipalité de Vejle
  • Elizabeth Gregersen - Coordinatrice du projet
  • Antonella Valmorbida - Secrétaire générale de l'ALDA

Le projet a permis de développer et de tester dans différents contextes locaux une méthodologie innovante née de la contribution d'artistes actifs dans le domaine de l'inclusion sociale par les arts et provenant de sept pays différents : Bosnie-Herzégovine, Danemark, Italie, Macédoine du Nord, Monténégro, Serbie et Slovénie.

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Le projet IMPACT est financé par le programme Erasmus+ et est mis en œuvre par VIFIN - Videnscenter for Integration - Danemark en tant que partenaire principal, en coopération avec la Coalition des organisations de jeunesse SEGA - Macédoine du Nord, l'Association européenne pour la démocratie locale - France, La Piccionaia Centre for Theatre Production - Italie, l'Agence de la démocratie locale Nikšić - Monténégro, l'Agence de la démocratie locale Mostar - Bosnie-Herzégovine, l'Association pour le développement du travail bénévole, Novo Mesto - Slovénie et le Centre de développement urbain - Serbie.

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Ces lignes directrices incluent les résultats du projet IMPACT - Inclusion Matters ! utilisant les arts du spectacle vers la cohésion et la tolérance et visent à permettre la conception et la mise en œuvre d'ateliers pour l'intégration sociale des migrants et des citoyens locaux, par l'utilisation du théâtre et des arts du spectacle.

Les lignes directrices ont été présentées lors de la conférence finale, qui a eu lieu le 20 mai, et qui a rassemblé des représentants d'organisations de la société civile, du théâtre et d'autres institutions impliquées dans le projet.

Parmi les orateurs principaux:

  • Ib Jespersgaard - Municipalité de Vejle
  • Elizabeth Gregersen - Coordinatrice du projet
  • Antonella Valmorbida - Secrétaire générale de l'ALDA

Le projet a permis de développer et de tester dans différents contextes locaux une méthodologie innovante née de la contribution d'artistes actifs dans le domaine de l'inclusion sociale par les arts et provenant de sept pays différents : Bosnie-Herzégovine, Danemark, Italie, Macédoine du Nord, Monténégro, Serbie et Slovénie.

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Le projet IMPACT est financé par le programme Erasmus+ et est mis en œuvre par VIFIN - Videnscenter for Integration - Danemark en tant que partenaire principal, en coopération avec la Coalition des organisations de jeunesse SEGA - Macédoine du Nord, l'Association européenne pour la démocratie locale - France, La Piccionaia Centre for Theatre Production - Italie, l'Agence de la démocratie locale Nikšić - Monténégro, l'Agence de la démocratie locale Mostar - Bosnie-Herzégovine, l'Association pour le développement du travail bénévole, Novo Mesto - Slovénie et le Centre de développement urbain - Serbie.

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[Abstract] European Support to Local Democracy

European Support to Local Democracy is ALDA’s flagship initiative, kicked off with the adoption of the Strategic Plan 2020-2024. The initiative includes a panoply of instruments supporting local democracy through an institutional and civil society viewpoint. It encompasses councillors and local leaders. ALDA knows how to support local democracy from different aspects with various stakeholders and ALDA can (technical capacity, network and experience) propose the right path of activities for different situations.

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European Support to Local Democracy is ALDA’s flagship initiative, kicked off with the adoption of the Strategic Plan 2020-2024. The initiative includes a panoply of instruments supporting local democracy through an institutional and civil society viewpoint. It encompasses councillors and local leaders. ALDA knows how to support local democracy from different aspects with various stakeholders and ALDA can (technical capacity, network and experience) propose the right path of activities for different situations.

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Shared or contested cultural heritage

The project “Shared or contested heritage” is designed to improve cross-border cooperation and exchange between cultural workers and heritage professionals from Greece, Bulgaria, and North Macedonia. The project is conceived to raise awareness among practitioners in the field of “Dealing with the Past”, history, and cultural memory studies about the abuse of historical facts and their influence on collective memory. The project raises awareness of the role of contested histories and shared cultural heritage for the EU integration processes among heritage practitioners and cultural workers.

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The project “Shared or contested heritage” is designed to improve cross-border cooperation and exchange between cultural workers and heritage professionals from Greece, Bulgaria, and North Macedonia. The project is conceived to raise awareness among practitioners in the field of “Dealing with the Past”, history, and cultural memory studies about the abuse of historical facts and their influence on collective memory. The project raises awareness of the role of contested histories and shared cultural heritage for the EU integration processes among heritage practitioners and cultural workers.

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Soutien Européen à la Démocratie Locale

European Support to Local Democracy is ALDA’s flagship initiative, kicked off with the adoption of the Strategic Plan 2020-2024. The initiative includes a panoply of instruments supporting local democracy through an institutional and civil society viewpoint. It encompasses councillors and local leaders. ALDA knows how to support local democracy from different aspects with various stakeholders and ALDA can (technical capacity, network and experience) propose the right path of activities for different situations.

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European Support to Local Democracy is ALDA’s flagship initiative, kicked off with the adoption of the Strategic Plan 2020-2024. The initiative includes a panoply of instruments supporting local democracy through an institutional and civil society viewpoint. It encompasses councillors and local leaders. ALDA knows how to support local democracy from different aspects with various stakeholders and ALDA can (technical capacity, network and experience) propose the right path of activities for different situations.

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