2015 is coming to an end after an intensive activity for the consortium of the LADDER project.

After having benefited from EU-level trainings on DEAR (Development Education and Awareness Raising) – more than 150 representatives of local authorities, networks of LAs and civil society organizations (CSOs) attended 3 training sessions held in Ireland, Croatia and Greece – the next steps of the cascade mechanism is now ongoing, with the organization of DEAR trainings at local & national level in the next weeks and months.

Acting as multipliers at national and local level, 10 of the co-applicants are running and organizing a total of 20 national level DEAR trainings (2 days each) in Slovakia, Malta, Poland, Croatia, Denmark, Greece, Latvia, Ireland, Italy and Bulgaria, addressing 500 representatives of LAs and CSOs. These trainings are organized with the support of The Hague Academy for Local Governance and coordinated by ALDA.

Further down in this cascade structure, the above will be followed by another round of DEAR trainings at local level, implemented in the same 10 countries, addressing representatives of local authorities and local CSOs, targeting approximately 1000 beneficiaries (“local multipliers”).

For more information & participation, stay tuned on the LADDER website or contact us.

2015 is coming to an end after an intensive activity for the consortium of the LADDER project.

After having benefited from EU-level trainings on DEAR (Development Education and Awareness Raising) – more than 150 representatives of local authorities, networks of LAs and civil society organizations (CSOs) attended 3 training sessions held in Ireland, Croatia and Greece – the next steps of the cascade mechanism is now ongoing, with the organization of DEAR trainings at local & national level in the next weeks and months.

Acting as multipliers at national and local level, 10 of the co-applicants are running and organizing a total of 20 national level DEAR trainings (2 days each) in Slovakia, Malta, Poland, Croatia, Denmark, Greece, Latvia, Ireland, Italy and Bulgaria, addressing 500 representatives of LAs and CSOs. These trainings are organized with the support of The Hague Academy for Local Governance and coordinated by ALDA.

Further down in this cascade structure, the above will be followed by another round of DEAR trainings at local level, implemented in the same 10 countries, addressing representatives of local authorities and local CSOs, targeting approximately 1000 beneficiaries (“local multipliers”).

For more information & participation, stay tuned on the LADDER website or contact us.