19- 25 June 2021: Save the date(s) for ALDA General Assembly and related events looking at “The Future of Europe”

svi 26, 2021

Good governance

It is official: ALDA General Assembly is coming soon and with it a whole week of special events under the banner of the Conference on the Future of Europe.


ALDA is extremely proud to announce that its General Assembly 2021 is going to happen on Friday, June 25th, at the end of an eventful week starting on Saturday, June 19th.

Taking place completely online for the second time in its history (and hopefully the last!), ALDA General Assembly 2021 and its related events will follow a common theme, being ALDA as key stakeholder in stimulating productive dialogue and participation in the Conference on the Future of Europe.

Participation, Involvement, Dialogue, Citizens, Union, Shared Solutions, Democracy: those words are not only ALDA’s main values, but also the pillars of the CoFoE, whose main objective is to encourage citizens to share ideas on the Europe we want to live in and thus shaping our future together.

Within this framework, the General Assembly and the related events will match with the set of topics identified by the CoFoE (i.e. Climate change and environment, digital transformation, migration, European Democracy,…) and will serve to stimulate reflection and discussion on key issues for our future.

As we approach the General Assembly, on Thursday June 24th ALDA Governing Board members will gather online, accompanying our members and networks in a crescendo up until the General Assembly and the Final Conference on Friday, June 25th

IMPACT guidelines: social integration through performing arts is an innovative methodology resulting from the contribution of artists active in the field of social inclusion through arts coming from seven different countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denmark, Italy, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia. The aim of the guidelines is to facilitate the design and implementation of workshops for social integration of migrants and local citizens, through the use of theatre and performing arts.

The promotional Video for Digital Education is a visual documentation of what the IMPACT project meant for the refugees and locals on personal level. Furthermore, it intends to show, to interested parties, how the proscribed strategies and pedagogy of methodology from the developed guidelines can be used during workshops.  The aim of the video is to promote cohesion, tolerance and joy to the outside by selling the methodology and showing the results of a self-directed group in a visual way.

The Guidelines and the Video for Digital education are easily accessible on the ALDA webpage and YouTube so the future artists and social workers can get inspired and us this unique methodology in their communities.

The project IMPACT is funded by the Erasmus+ programme and is implemented by the Coalition of Youth Organizations SEGA in cooperation with VIFIN – Videnscenter for Integration – Denmark, as lead partner, ALDA – France, La Piccionaia – Italy, LDA – Montenegro, LDA – Bosnia & Herzegovina, Association for Developing Voluntary Work – Novo Mesto and the Urban Development Center – Serbia.