The “implementing partners” of the project COHEIRS, from 8 different countries in wider Europe (Italy, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Bulgaria, Malta, Slovenia and Albania) set up citizens’ panels at local level to discuss their territories’ needs in terms of health and environment.

Busy weeks are ahead of all partners: on 24 January, the Italian Institute ISBEM will organise the 3rd workshop in Rome, at the Permanent Italian Delegation to the European Commission, which will also kick-off the  first “Forum Cittadinanza, Salute e Ambiente”. ALDA Director Antonella Valmorbida will intervene among the speakers. The event has the Adesione of the President of the Italian Republic, and the Patrocinio of Roma Capitale.

On 28 January, the third workshop organized by the Council of Birgu, in Malta, will take place. Its focus is “The quality of air around us”. The following days, 30 and 31 January, Sofia will host the first two workshops promoted by the Bulgarian association IDA network. Topics of the debate will include “What we eat and how we cultivate it?”, “What H2O we are drinking and how we treat it?”, “The air that we breath”.

During the workshops the participants, citizens who are not particularly engaged in public life, will debate their opinions and suggestions, which will be used to elaborate recommendations on environmental topics for local, national, and European authorities.

Keep following our website and social media channels for further updates on all the events related to the project.

The “implementing partners” of the project COHEIRS, from 8 different countries in wider Europe (Italy, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Bulgaria, Malta, Slovenia and Albania) set up citizens’ panels at local level to discuss their territories’ needs in terms of health and environment.

Busy weeks are ahead of all partners: on 24 January, the Italian Institute ISBEM will organise the 3rd workshop in Rome, at the Permanent Italian Delegation to the European Commission, which will also kick-off the  first “Forum Cittadinanza, Salute e Ambiente”. ALDA Director Antonella Valmorbida will intervene among the speakers. The event has the Adesione of the President of the Italian Republic, and the Patrocinio of Roma Capitale.

On 28 January, the third workshop organized by the Council of Birgu, in Malta, will take place. Its focus is “The quality of air around us”. The following days, 30 and 31 January, Sofia will host the first two workshops promoted by the Bulgarian association IDA network. Topics of the debate will include “What we eat and how we cultivate it?”, “What H2O we are drinking and how we treat it?”, “The air that we breath”.

During the workshops the participants, citizens who are not particularly engaged in public life, will debate their opinions and suggestions, which will be used to elaborate recommendations on environmental topics for local, national, and European authorities.

Keep following our website and social media channels for further updates on all the events related to the project.