Pop-up galleries - interact with artworks

The CLINK project stayed active on local level implementing the Pop-up galleries in the partner countries of the Balkans. The local events gathered around twenty-five youngsters from each community and reached more than 500 citizens.

The Pop-up galleries were informal artistic representations providing a new view over well-known public spaces, by contributing to a new urban identity of the city.

The aim of the Pop-up galleries was to establish a connection among public art, cultural heritage, art markets and other cultural art activities, supported by local artists. The Pop-up galleries enhanced the social and cultural richness of the local community and encouraged the observers to interact with the artwork, thus stimulating discussion and debate on relevant social issues.

Check out the Pop-up galleries overview HERE.

The Pop-up galleries were part of “CLINK – Cultural Heritage Linking Diversities in Europe”. The CLINK project is implemented by 10 partners from Croatia, France, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania, supported through the Europa za građane Programme of the European Union.

The CLINK project stayed active on local level implementing the Pop-up galleries in the partner countries of the Balkans. The local events gathered around twenty-five youngsters from each community and reached more than 500 citizens.

The Pop-up galleries were informal artistic representations providing a new view over well-known public spaces, by contributing to a new urban identity of the city.

The aim of the Pop-up galleries was to establish a connection among public art, cultural heritage, art markets and other cultural art activities, supported by local artists. The Pop-up galleries enhanced the social and cultural richness of the local community and encouraged the observers to interact with the artwork, thus stimulating discussion and debate on relevant social issues.

Check out the Pop-up galleries overview HERE.

The Pop-up galleries were part of “CLINK – Cultural Heritage Linking Diversities in Europe”. The CLINK project is implemented by 10 partners from Croatia, France, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania, supported through the Europa za građane Programme of the European Union.


"Remotely together": all details about a crucial ALDA Governing Board meeting

As ALDA’s projects and activities are “remotely” proceeding, in the same way the Governing Board of ALDA keeps regularly holding its meetings.

Within this framework, on Tuesday, March 31st our President Oriano Otocan, our Secretary General Antonella Valmorbida and all Governing Board members gathered online to discuss about some crucial themes.

The approved agenda for session foresaw as first topic of discussion an update of the situation linked to the Covid-19 emergency: the global and European scenarios, a focus on how ALDA is acting and reacting to this condition and an analysis of possible perspectives for the future of the organisation. Undoubtedly, the debate was highly participated and all members agreed upon the need of drafting an official ALDA’s statement in response to the current political and social crisis.

A Europe in solidarity must be “a community of communities”: this is the frontline of the statement, available both in Engleski i talijanski, in which ALDA reiterates the urgent need of a common response to the health crisis hitting all European countries, with social and economic implicartions affecting the lives of its citizens as a whole.

Another important subject of discussion was the reorganisation of the General Assembly of ALDA, happening in parallel with the FestivALDA and the celebration of our 20th Anniversary. Hopeful that the current crisis will be over by the summer, new dates have been fixed for ALDA’s main event of the year, on 21 -22- 23 September 2020, confirming Pula (Croatia) as the chosen location.

The Governing Board came to an end with a debate upon a new initiative brought up by our Fundraising department, concerning the support to specific fundraising campaigns as a response to the Covid-19 emergency. The proposal, which met the approval of the Board, it is now going through a revision process, and all its details will be soon released.

This was all for this ALDA Governing Board session, hopeful to meeting soon each other in person again!

As ALDA’s projects and activities are “remotely” proceeding, in the same way the Governing Board of ALDA keeps regularly holding its meetings.

Within this framework, on Tuesday, March 31st our President Oriano Otocan, our Secretary General Antonella Valmorbida and all Governing Board members gathered online to discuss about some crucial themes.

The approved agenda for session foresaw as first topic of discussion an update of the situation linked to the Covid-19 emergency: the global and European scenarios, a focus on how ALDA is acting and reacting to this condition and an analysis of possible perspectives for the future of the organisation. Undoubtedly, the debate was highly participated and all members agreed upon the need of drafting an official ALDA’s statement in response to the current political and social crisis.

A Europe in solidarity must be “a community of communities”: this is the frontline of the statement, available both in Engleski i talijanski, in which ALDA reiterates the urgent need of a common response to the health crisis hitting all European countries, with social and economic implicartions affecting the lives of its citizens as a whole.

Another important subject of discussion was the reorganisation of the General Assembly of ALDA, happening in parallel with the FestivALDA and the celebration of our 20th Anniversary. Hopeful that the current crisis will be over by the summer, new dates have been fixed for ALDA’s main event of the year, on 21 -22- 23 September 2020, confirming Pula (Croatia) as the chosen location.

The Governing Board came to an end with a debate upon a new initiative brought up by our Fundraising department, concerning the support to specific fundraising campaigns as a response to the Covid-19 emergency. The proposal, which met the approval of the Board, it is now going through a revision process, and all its details will be soon released.

This was all for this ALDA Governing Board session, hopeful to meeting soon each other in person again!


The future of the Western Balkans is in the EU! ALDA and BNLD congratulate Albania and North Macedonia

The EU Enlargement in the Western Balkans has always been a cornerstone theme for ALDA since its foundation in 1999. Established as an initiative of the vijeće Europe just like the Local Democracy Agencies it has coordinated and supported ever since, ALDA considers the EU’s political decision of opening the negotiating talks for Albania and North Macedonia only six months after the veto an undeniably positive result.

On March 21st and 22nd, 2020, in fact, the European Council decided to open accession negotiations with the Republic of North Macedonia and the Republic of Albania. The decision was made in light of the progress achieved in reforms by both countries, which now fulfil the conditions set unanimously by the Council in June 2018.

During the discussions of the Council on the enlargement in June 2019, the representatives of France, the Netherlands and Denmark had initially decided to veto the opening of the negotiation for both countries, claiming that the access methodology should be revised and include a stronger focus on credibility as well as a clause of reversibility.

An informal document “non-paper” was then presented by the French President Macron in November 2019 to revise the EU accession process. It resulted with a Revised Enlargement Methodology presented by the Commission on February 5th, 2020. Both North Macedonia and Albania will now formalise their accession following the new methodology, while Serbia and Montenegro will be offered the possibility to opt in.

This is a great motivation for these countries working hard to join the EU” – stated Ivana Petrovska, ALDA director of the Skopje office & SEE Regional Programmes Coordinator. “We are looking forward to the Intergovernmental Conference to confirm this political will. Most importantly, the message of the EU commissioner Olivér Várhelyi was clear: the future of the Western Balkans is in the EU. "

ALDA and the Balkan Network for Local Democracy are dedicated to supporting the European integration processes, with all projects in the Western Balkans contributing to the capacity building and networking on topics that are important for the reforms and the EU agenda. “Our mission is to support local authorities and civil society as important actors in the EU accession processes“, continues Mrs Petrovska. “All Western Balkan countries are in different stages of this process and regional cooperation is indispensable to reach the same goal, becoming a member of the EU“.

The decision still has to be endorsed by the European Council members and a start date or a time frame are yet to be announced. However, the Council’s declaration represents a pivotal turning point in the European Enlargement process, a beacon of hope for an inclusive future in these times of social distancing and closure of borders. The decision to open the talks despite the coronavirus crisis and the uncertainty over Great Britain’s departure from the bloc shows how eager Bruxelles is to bring the Western Balkans countries into the EU.

As commented by LDA Albanija Delegate Jerola Ziaj, “We are beyond happy to receive the good news of the opening of membership negotiations for Albania, especially amidst the tumult we are experiencing at the moment. This shows the progress that is being made towards establishing European values and finalizing integration within the European family“.

The EU Enlargement in the Western Balkans has always been a cornerstone theme for ALDA since its foundation in 1999. Established as an initiative of the vijeće Europe just like the Local Democracy Agencies it has coordinated and supported ever since, ALDA considers the EU’s political decision of opening the negotiating talks for Albania and North Macedonia only six months after the veto an undeniably positive result.

On March 21st and 22nd, 2020, in fact, the European Council decided to open accession negotiations with the Republic of North Macedonia and the Republic of Albania. The decision was made in light of the progress achieved in reforms by both countries, which now fulfil the conditions set unanimously by the Council in June 2018.

During the discussions of the Council on the enlargement in June 2019, the representatives of France, the Netherlands and Denmark had initially decided to veto the opening of the negotiation for both countries, claiming that the access methodology should be revised and include a stronger focus on credibility as well as a clause of reversibility.

An informal document “non-paper” was then presented by the French President Macron in November 2019 to revise the EU accession process. It resulted with a Revised Enlargement Methodology presented by the Commission on February 5th, 2020. Both North Macedonia and Albania will now formalise their accession following the new methodology, while Serbia and Montenegro will be offered the possibility to opt in.

This is a great motivation for these countries working hard to join the EU” – stated Ivana Petrovska, ALDA director of the Skopje office & SEE Regional Programmes Coordinator. “We are looking forward to the Intergovernmental Conference to confirm this political will. Most importantly, the message of the EU commissioner Olivér Várhelyi was clear: the future of the Western Balkans is in the EU. "

ALDA and the Balkan Network for Local Democracy are dedicated to supporting the European integration processes, with all projects in the Western Balkans contributing to the capacity building and networking on topics that are important for the reforms and the EU agenda. “Our mission is to support local authorities and civil society as important actors in the EU accession processes“, continues Mrs Petrovska. “All Western Balkan countries are in different stages of this process and regional cooperation is indispensable to reach the same goal, becoming a member of the EU“.

The decision still has to be endorsed by the European Council members and a start date or a time frame are yet to be announced. However, the Council’s declaration represents a pivotal turning point in the European Enlargement process, a beacon of hope for an inclusive future in these times of social distancing and closure of borders. The decision to open the talks despite the coronavirus crisis and the uncertainty over Great Britain’s departure from the bloc shows how eager Bruxelles is to bring the Western Balkans countries into the EU.

As commented by LDA Albanija Delegate Jerola Ziaj, “We are beyond happy to receive the good news of the opening of membership negotiations for Albania, especially amidst the tumult we are experiencing at the moment. This shows the progress that is being made towards establishing European values and finalizing integration within the European family“.


Sustainable Development Goals: a European Handbook and an ALDA Talk

On February 11, 2020, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, the JRC (Joint Research Centre) Acting Director-General, Ms. Charlina Vitcheva participated in the 10 session of the World Urban Forum for the launching of the European Handbook for SDG Voluntary Local Reviews. The World Urban Forum is the non-legislative technical Forum organised by the United Nations, recognized as the foremost global arena in the field of sustainable urban development and human settlements.

The Handbook offers an inspirational framework for policy makers, researchers and practitioners to set up Voluntary Local Reviews (VLRs) of the Ciljevi održivog razvoja (SDGs). VLRs are a fundamental instrument in moni­toring progress and sustaining the transformative and inclusive action of local actors towards the achievement of the SDGs.

The Handbook provides key examples of official and experimental indicators useful to set up an effective local SDG monitoring system specifically tar­geting European cities. For each Goal, the Handbook highlights examples of harmonised and locally collected indicators so that local actors can both benchmark themselves against other cities and monitor their own specific needs and challenges.

The SDGs are something that we believe should be dear to all of us in our daily lives and work, and the crux of our activities. For this reason, on March 31sv at 11 am CET ALDA will be hosting the 4 episode of the ALDA Talks webinar series and we will discuss about SDGs, their localization, best practices and funding opportunities. Register now OVDE to join the discussion on these fundamental objectives to ensure a beneficial future for all.

You can find OVDE the full text of the European Handbook for SDG Voluntary Local Reviews, published by the Publications Office of the European Union.

On February 11, 2020, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, the JRC (Joint Research Centre) Acting Director-General, Ms. Charlina Vitcheva participated in the 10 session of the World Urban Forum for the launching of the European Handbook for SDG Voluntary Local Reviews. The World Urban Forum is the non-legislative technical Forum organised by the United Nations, recognized as the foremost global arena in the field of sustainable urban development and human settlements.

The Handbook offers an inspirational framework for policy makers, researchers and practitioners to set up Voluntary Local Reviews (VLRs) of the Ciljevi održivog razvoja (SDGs). VLRs are a fundamental instrument in moni­toring progress and sustaining the transformative and inclusive action of local actors towards the achievement of the SDGs.

The Handbook provides key examples of official and experimental indicators useful to set up an effective local SDG monitoring system specifically tar­geting European cities. For each Goal, the Handbook highlights examples of harmonised and locally collected indicators so that local actors can both benchmark themselves against other cities and monitor their own specific needs and challenges.

The SDGs are something that we believe should be dear to all of us in our daily lives and work, and the crux of our activities. For this reason, on March 31sv at 11 am CET ALDA will be hosting the 4 episode of the ALDA Talks webinar series and we will discuss about SDGs, their localization, best practices and funding opportunities. Register now OVDE to join the discussion on these fundamental objectives to ensure a beneficial future for all.

You can find OVDE the full text of the European Handbook for SDG Voluntary Local Reviews, published by the Publications Office of the European Union.


The RECOV project says goodbye: the final publication

In the past two years, the RECOV project (Rethinking Collaborative Values for Public Services) implemented a large number of local activities and achieved significant results in the creation of local networks capable of working together on the improvement of local governance through dialogue and participation, thus contributing to a more inclusive and democratic society.

All the activities and results of the 2-year project are now gathered in the final publication: this summarizes the methodology of work, the results and recommendations and all the implemented activities, such as workshops, conferences, sessions and presentations.

During its two years of life, RECOV benefited from the key contributions of 10 partners across Europe, which recognized the importance of jointly addressing recently emerging challenges and taking advantage of the opportunities arisen out of this cooperation. The project aimed at creating a network of towns that would be eager to work together on exchanging common problems, doing some collective brainstorming and introducing concrete measures regarding the project’s specific objectives – and we can definitely say it succeeded!

The final publication was implemented within the RECOV project funded by the Europa za građane Programme.
Thank you, RECOV!

In the past two years, the RECOV project (Rethinking Collaborative Values for Public Services) implemented a large number of local activities and achieved significant results in the creation of local networks capable of working together on the improvement of local governance through dialogue and participation, thus contributing to a more inclusive and democratic society.

All the activities and results of the 2-year project are now gathered in the final publication: this summarizes the methodology of work, the results and recommendations and all the implemented activities, such as workshops, conferences, sessions and presentations.

During its two years of life, RECOV benefited from the key contributions of 10 partners across Europe, which recognized the importance of jointly addressing recently emerging challenges and taking advantage of the opportunities arisen out of this cooperation. The project aimed at creating a network of towns that would be eager to work together on exchanging common problems, doing some collective brainstorming and introducing concrete measures regarding the project’s specific objectives – and we can definitely say it succeeded!

The final publication was implemented within the RECOV project funded by the Europa za građane Programme.
Thank you, RECOV!


Reacting to coronavirus: working on problems and solutions as one strong community

In the light of all the necessary changes that were provoked by the coronavirus outbreak in the past few weeks, in the afternoon of March 18th, 2020 ALDA held a special open webinar on how to address the coronavirus crisis.

The webinar, which took place both in English and in Italian, aimed specifically to be an outlet for fruitful collective discussion and brainstorming: at this time more than ever, ALDA stands strongly alongside its members, partners, networks and friends, taking all the possible steps to foster connection and solidarity at European level and beyond, identifying both problems and possible solutions.

Both sessions were well participated and brought great inputs. The English session saw the contributions of LDA Delegate Sasa Marinkov from the Local Democracy Agency Central and Southern Serbia, in Knjaževac; Ruth-Marie Henckes, Advocacy & Communication Officer at the Europsko partnerstvo za demokraciju, of which ALDA is member; and Serena Foracchia, Managing Director of Reggio Children Srl.

Special guests of the Italian session, in turn, were Agostino Zanotti, founder of the ADL Zavidovići association, Brescia; Nina Zanotelli, Project Director at La Piccionaia Theatre Productions, Vicenza; and Francesco Zarzana, President of the cultural association Progettarte, in Modena as well as Member of the ALDA Governing Board.

In both webinars, as well, ALDA Secretary-General Antonella Valmorbida presented ALDA’s thoughts and strategic plans for the current situation and the near future, with an overview of the different scenarios that ALDA is implementing to react to the obstacles it’s facing. How to address the crisis, then?

Re-considering, re-modulating, extending, revising, re-connecting were some of the key words which, together with flexibility and resilience, marked Mrs Valmorbida’s intervention; and they found common ground in the other speakers’ interventions, too. As all speakers purposefully highlighted the difficulties they are facing and the solutions they are exploring, in fact, it became positively apparent that we are all united in the approach we are trying to take in response to the coronavirus crisis.

In Knjaževac, curfews and restrictions are accompanied by new services for the most vulnerable parts of the population, and the LDA is considering the use of podcasts, vlogs, e-democracy activities and online trainings to support its ongoing activities. At EPD, the staff is looking to adopt online platforms that best allow everybody to interact and keep the conversation going, and has already set up and online server and a video-conferencing schedule as well as specific group chats. Serena Foracchia suggested the interdependency and domino effect that connects the health issues, production issues and social issues we are facing – and hence the need to understand the value of our communities in their different facets, and to push forward with determination. Not to mention the warm intensity with which Agostino Zanotti, Nina Zanotelli, Francesco Zarzana bore testimony to the strain that the cultural sector is inevitably under in this situation, which in Italy started already three weeks ago.

In their (combined) words, today we are called to translate into facts a new awareness of our common social responsibilities; to accept that we must learn to adapt beyond our expectations; to act with strength despite how scared we may be.

We are very grateful to all speakers for their important contributions, and to the audience for clearly being eager to implement the proposed strategies and adapt them for their local needs. Perhaps, as remarked by ALDA President Oriano Otočan, what’s most important is that we are a community, and we are in this together with the firm belief that we can make it.

In the light of all the necessary changes that were provoked by the coronavirus outbreak in the past few weeks, in the afternoon of March 18th, 2020 ALDA held a special open webinar on how to address the coronavirus crisis.

The webinar, which took place both in English and in Italian, aimed specifically to be an outlet for fruitful collective discussion and brainstorming: at this time more than ever, ALDA stands strongly alongside its members, partners, networks and friends, taking all the possible steps to foster connection and solidarity at European level and beyond, identifying both problems and possible solutions.

Both sessions were well participated and brought great inputs. The English session saw the contributions of LDA Delegate Sasa Marinkov from the Local Democracy Agency Central and Southern Serbia, in Knjaževac; Ruth-Marie Henckes, Advocacy & Communication Officer at the Europsko partnerstvo za demokraciju, of which ALDA is member; and Serena Foracchia, Managing Director of Reggio Children Srl.

Special guests of the Italian session, in turn, were Agostino Zanotti, founder of the ADL Zavidovići association, Brescia; Nina Zanotelli, Project Director at La Piccionaia Theatre Productions, Vicenza; and Francesco Zarzana, President of the cultural association Progettarte, in Modena as well as Member of the ALDA Governing Board.

In both webinars, as well, ALDA Secretary-General Antonella Valmorbida presented ALDA’s thoughts and strategic plans for the current situation and the near future, with an overview of the different scenarios that ALDA is implementing to react to the obstacles it’s facing. How to address the crisis, then?

Re-considering, re-modulating, extending, revising, re-connecting were some of the key words which, together with flexibility and resilience, marked Mrs Valmorbida’s intervention; and they found common ground in the other speakers’ interventions, too. As all speakers purposefully highlighted the difficulties they are facing and the solutions they are exploring, in fact, it became positively apparent that we are all united in the approach we are trying to take in response to the coronavirus crisis.

In Knjaževac, curfews and restrictions are accompanied by new services for the most vulnerable parts of the population, and the LDA is considering the use of podcasts, vlogs, e-democracy activities and online trainings to support its ongoing activities. At EPD, the staff is looking to adopt online platforms that best allow everybody to interact and keep the conversation going, and has already set up and online server and a video-conferencing schedule as well as specific group chats. Serena Foracchia suggested the interdependency and domino effect that connects the health issues, production issues and social issues we are facing – and hence the need to understand the value of our communities in their different facets, and to push forward with determination. Not to mention the warm intensity with which Agostino Zanotti, Nina Zanotelli, Francesco Zarzana bore testimony to the strain that the cultural sector is inevitably under in this situation, which in Italy started already three weeks ago.

In their (combined) words, today we are called to translate into facts a new awareness of our common social responsibilities; to accept that we must learn to adapt beyond our expectations; to act with strength despite how scared we may be.

We are very grateful to all speakers for their important contributions, and to the audience for clearly being eager to implement the proposed strategies and adapt them for their local needs. Perhaps, as remarked by ALDA President Oriano Otočan, what’s most important is that we are a community, and we are in this together with the firm belief that we can make it.


"Our Cultural Heritage": a community forum in Mostar

On March, 12, 2020, the “Our Cultural Heritage” Community Forum , organized by Agencija Lokalne Demokratije Mostar, took place in Code Hub Mostar.

Representatives of the relevant public institutions, educational institutions, private and non-governmental sectors, as well as individuals contributing to the preservation of the cultural heritage, participated in the initiative, where forum panelists spoke on the importance of the UNESCO World Heritage in the local community, the non-formal education for the preservation of the cultural heritage as well as the cultural heritage in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the importance of promoting old crafts.

The Forum was also an opportunity for young entrepreneurs and artists to exhibit their handicrafts and works of art inspired by BiH’s cultural heritage, as well as an excellent chance for networking, exchanging ideas and making some new collaborations.

This activity was organised in the framework of the CLINK project funded by the Europa za građane program.

On March, 12, 2020, the “Our Cultural Heritage” Community Forum , organized by Agencija Lokalne Demokratije Mostar, took place in Code Hub Mostar.

Representatives of the relevant public institutions, educational institutions, private and non-governmental sectors, as well as individuals contributing to the preservation of the cultural heritage, participated in the initiative, where forum panelists spoke on the importance of the UNESCO World Heritage in the local community, the non-formal education for the preservation of the cultural heritage as well as the cultural heritage in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the importance of promoting old crafts.

The Forum was also an opportunity for young entrepreneurs and artists to exhibit their handicrafts and works of art inspired by BiH’s cultural heritage, as well as an excellent chance for networking, exchanging ideas and making some new collaborations.

This activity was organised in the framework of the CLINK project funded by the Europa za građane program.


Mind Inclusion 2.0 awaits its first followers!

If this peculiar -to say the least- period has made something clearer in our minds, it is certainly that, more than ever, we need technology as a tool to reduce distance between people.

In order to get closer to their audience, indeed, the Mind Inclusion partners have decided to create a dedicated Facebook stranica for the project, as well as the Mind Inclusion App!

The aim is for the page to be a platform where to communicate news on the project, the App, all related European Union actions, related initiatives for disabled persons, and so on – so to inform, disseminate news and communicate with the public more directly.

The project focuses on finding sustainable and inclusive solutions to help caregivers improve their skills, on one hand, and allow disabled individuals to participate in social life on the other hand. The App that the project is developing wishes to help the Intellectual Disabled Person to have access to public spaces and to exercise their rights.

Uključivanje uma 2.0 is a project funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission which started in November 2018. The project consortium gathers leading partner Margherita: Società Cooperativa Onlus (Italija) zajedno sa Institut za istraživanje Polibienestar, Zaklada INTRAS (Španjolska), Social IT Software & Consulting Srl (Italija), Lietuvos sutrikusio intelekto zmoniu globos bendrija «Viltis» (Lituania) and ALDA.

If this peculiar -to say the least- period has made something clearer in our minds, it is certainly that, more than ever, we need technology as a tool to reduce distance between people.

In order to get closer to their audience, indeed, the Mind Inclusion partners have decided to create a dedicated Facebook stranica for the project, as well as the Mind Inclusion App!

The aim is for the page to be a platform where to communicate news on the project, the App, all related European Union actions, related initiatives for disabled persons, and so on – so to inform, disseminate news and communicate with the public more directly.

The project focuses on finding sustainable and inclusive solutions to help caregivers improve their skills, on one hand, and allow disabled individuals to participate in social life on the other hand. The App that the project is developing wishes to help the Intellectual Disabled Person to have access to public spaces and to exercise their rights.

Uključivanje uma 2.0 is a project funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission which started in November 2018. The project consortium gathers leading partner Margherita: Società Cooperativa Onlus (Italija) zajedno sa Institut za istraživanje Polibienestar, Zaklada INTRAS (Španjolska), Social IT Software & Consulting Srl (Italija), Lietuvos sutrikusio intelekto zmoniu globos bendrija «Viltis» (Lituania) and ALDA.


NOW ONLINE! An interactive course on European funding: last chances and new opportunities

ALDA is excited to launch its first online course on European funding opportunities, with a special focus on how to benefit of the last funding opportunities of the 2014-2020 programming and discover what to expect from the new 2021-2027 period, so to be well prepared and make the most of it!

Through the study of successful projects, this exclusive training opportunity will enable the participants to take the first steps and get oriented in the universe of EU funding programmes, using a streamlined and interactive learning mode which allows effective distance learning: it will in fact be based on the GoToWebinar platform, a videoconferencing tool complete with screen and document sharing, e-chat messages and multiple video options, so not to ever give up the key collaboration between participants and trainers, and between the participants themselves.

Expert trainers Marco Boaria, Anna Ditta and Lavinia Traina will also be available for individual counselling and coaching during the course, which is aimed to all those who wish to learn and/or improve their skills in the field of EU funding, in order to increase their ability to access and use European Programmes: be it students, social and cultural operators, association, local authorities or simply interested individuals, the course is open to everyone and no previous knowledge or specific skills are required.

Registrations are open and will close one week before the start of the training, which will take place respectively

  • In Italian, from Monday March 30th to Monday May 11th, from 5pm to 6:30pm, for a total of 10.5 hours. CLICK HERE for the full details and to access the registration form!
  • In English, from Wednesday April 1st to Wednesday May 13th, also from 5pm to 6:30pm, for a total of 10.5 hours. CLICK HERE for the full details and to access the registration form!

Both course options have a cost of 120 VAT included (€100 for ALDA members and for under-26 participants) and they can also be attended in single sessions, at a cost of €25 each (€20 for ALDA members and under-26 participants); just let us know by answering the relevant field in the registration form! The cost includes all materials that will be made available to the participants.

Do not hesitate to contact us at alda@aldaintranet.org | +39 0444 54 01 46 for any doubt or question.
Looking forward to connecting with you on our screens!

 

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Désormais en ligne! Un cours interactif sur les subventions européennes: dernières chances et nouvelles possibilités

ALDA est enthousiaste de proposer son premier cours en ligne sur les possibilités de subventions européennes, avec un accent spécial mis sur les moyens de bénéficier des dernières possibilités de subventions programmées pour 2014-2020 et de découvrir à quoi s’attendre pour la nouvelle période 2021-2027 afin d’y être bien préparé et d’en tirer le meilleur parti!

A travers l’étude des projets déjà couronnés de succès, cette occasion de participer à une formation exclusive permettra aux participants de faire leurs premiers pas et d’être guidés dans l’univers des programmes de subventions de l’Union européenne. Nous utiliserons pour ce faire un mode d’apprentissage simplifié et interactif qui permet l’apprentissage efficace à distance il sera dans les faits basés sur la plateforme GoToWebinar, un outil de vidéoconférence complet avec partage d’écran et de documents, messagerie en ligne et multiples options vidéos, afin de ne jamais laisser tomber la collaboration-clé entre les participants et les formateurs – ainsi qu’entre les participants eux-mêmes.

Les formateurs expérimentés Marco Boaria, Anna Ditta et Lavinia Traina seront également disponibles pour des conseils personnalisés et du coaching durant ce cours, qui a pour objectif de permettre à tous ceux qui le souhaitent d’apprendre ou d’améliorer leurs compétences dans le champ des subventions de l’UE, afin d’améliorer leur capacité à accéder à utiliser les programmes européens: que vous soyez étudiants, agents sociaux ou culturels, associations, ou simplement des individus intéressés, ce cours est ouvert à tous et ne nécessite pas de connaissances antérieures ou de compétences particulières.

Les inscriptions sont ouvertes et fermeront avant le début des formations, qui se tiendront respectivement:

  • En italien, du lundi 30 mars au lundi 11 mai, de 17h à 18h30, pour un total de 10,5 heures. CLIQUEZ-ICI pour connaître l’ensemble des détails et accéder au formulaire d’inscription!
  • En anglais, du mercredi 1er avril au mercredi 13 mai, également de 17h à 18h30, pour un total de 10,5 heures. CLIQUEZ-ICI pour connaître l’ensemble des détails et accéder au formulaire d’inscription!

Les deux choix de cours coûtent 120 € TTC ou 100 € pour les membres d’ALDA. Ce coût comprend tous les outils qui seront rendus disponibles pour les participants. On peut participer à sessions individuelles aussi: chaque à 25 € TTC ou € 20 pour les membres d’ALDA.

N’hésitez pas à nous contacter à alda@aldaintranet.org | +39 0444 54 01 46 si vous avez un doute ou une question à nous poser.

Nous avons hâte de nous connecter avec vous grâce à nos écrans!

 

italiano

ORA ONLINE! Un corso interattivo sui finanziamenti europei: ultime possibilità e nuove opportunità

ALDA è entusiasta di presentare il primo corso online sulle opportunità di finanziamento europee, con particolare attenzione a come beneficiare della programmazione 2014-2020 e scoprire cosa aspettarsi dal nuovo periodo 2021-2027, per essere ben preparati e sfruttarlo al meglio!

Attraverso lo studio di progetti di successo, questa esclusiva opportunità di formazione consentirà ai partecipanti di muovere i primi passi e orientarsi nell’universo dei programmi di finanziamento dell’UE, utilizzando una modalità di apprendimento snella e interattiva che consente un efficace apprendimento a distanza: si baserà infatti sulla piattaforma GoToWebinar, uno strumento di videoconferenza completo di condivisione dello schermo e dei documenti, messaggi e-chat e opzioni video multiple, in modo da non rinunciare mai alla cruciale collaborazione tra partecipanti e formatori e tra i partecipanti stessi.

Gli esperti formatori Marco Boaria, Anna Ditta e Lavinia Traina saranno inoltre disponibili per la consulenza e il coaching individualidurante il corso, rivolto a tutti coloro che desiderano apprendere e / o migliorare le proprie competenze nel campo dei finanziamenti dell’UE, al fine di aumentare la loro capacità di accedere e utilizzare i programmi europei: studenti, operatori sociali e culturali, associazioni, autorità locali o persone semplicemente interessate, il corso è aperto a tutti e non sono richieste conoscenze o competenze specifiche pregresse.

Le iscrizioni sono aperte e chiuderanno una settimana prima dell’inizio della formazione, che avrà luogo rispettivamente

  • In italiano, da lunedì 30 marzo a lunedì 11 maggio, dalle 17:00 alle 18:30, per un totale di 10,5 ore. CLICCA QUI per maggiori dettagli e per accedere al modulo di registrazione!
  • In inglese, da mercoledì 1 aprile a mercoledì 13 maggio, dalle 17:00 alle 18:30, per un totale di 10,5 ore. CLICCA QUI per maggiori dettagli e per accedere al modulo di registrazione!

Entrambe le opzioni del corso hanno un costo di €120 IVA inclusa (€100 per i soci ALDA e per gli under 26) e la frequenza è disponibile anche in singole sessioni, al costo di €25 ciascuna (€20 per i soci ALDA e per gli under 26); nel modulo di registrazione è presente l’apposito campo in cui indicare la propria preferenza. Il costo include tutti i materiali che saranno messi a disposizione dei partecipanti.

Siamo sempre disponibili presso alda@aldaintranet.org | 0444 54 01 46 per qualsiasi dubbio o domanda.
Non vediamo l’ora di connetterci con voi sui nostri schermi!

 

русский

ТЕПЕРЬ ОНЛАЙН! Интерактивный курс по европейскому финансированию: последние шансы и новые возможности 

ALDA с радостью запускает свой первый онлайн-курс по европейским возможностям финансирования, уделяя особое внимание тому, как извлечь выгоду из последних возможностей финансирования программ 2014–2020 гг. и узнать, чего ожидать от нового периода 2021–2027 гг. чтобы подготовиться и максимально использовать его!

Благодаря изучению успешных проектов, эта эксклюзивная возможность обучения позволит участникам сделать первые шаги и сориентироваться в программах финансирования ЕС, используя упорядоченный и интерактивный режим обучения, который обеспечивает эффективное дистанционное обучение: на самом деле он будет основан на платформе GoToWebinar – инструмент для проведения видеоконференций, включающий обмен экранами и документами, сообщения в электронном чате и несколько вариантов видео, чтобы никогда не отказываться от ключевого сотрудничества между участниками и тренерами, а также между самими участниками.

Тренеры-эксперты Марко Боариа, Анна Дита и Лавиниа Трайна также будут доступны для индивидуального консультирования и коучинга в течение курса, который предназначен для всех тех, кто желает учиться и / или совершенствовать свои навыки в области финансирования ЕС, чтобы увеличить их возможность получать доступ к европейским программам и использовать их: будь то студенты, социальные и культурные операторы, ассоциации, местные органы власти или просто заинтересованные лица, курс открыт для всех и не требует никаких предварительных знаний или специальных навыков.

Регистрация открыта и закроется за неделю до начала тренинга, который будет проходить соответственно:

  • На итальянском языке с понедельника 30 марта по понедельник 11 мая, с 17 до 18:30, всего 10,5 часов. НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ для получения полной информации и доступа к регистрационной форме!
  • На английском языке со среды 1 апреля по среду 13 мая, также с 17:00 до 18:30, всего 10,5 часов. НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ для получения полной информации и доступа к регистрационной форме!

Стоимость обоих курсов составляет 120 евро с учетом НДС или 100 евро для членов ALDA; В стоимость включены все материалы, которые будут предоставлены участникам.

Не стесняйтесь обращаться к нам по адресу alda@aldaintranet.org | +39 0444 54 01 46 по любым вопросам.

С нетерпением ждем связи с вами на наших экранах!

 

serbo

SADA ONLINE! Interaktivni kurs o evropskom finansiranju: poslednje šanse i nove mogućnosti

ALDA sa velikim uzbuđenjem pokreće svoj prvi kurs o evropskim mogućnostima finansiranja, sa posebnim fokusom na to kako iskoristiti poslednje mogućnosti finansiranja iz programa 2014-2020 i otkriti šta da očekujete od novog programskog perioda 2021-2027, kako biste bili dobro pripremljeni i da ga maksimalno iskoristite!

Kroz proučavanje uspešnih projekata, ova ekskluzivna mogućnost obuke omogućiće učesnicima da preduzmu prve korake i orijentišu se u pravcu programa finansiranja iz EU, koristeći pojednostavljen i interaktivan način učenja koji omogućava efikasno učenje na daljinu: ono će se zasnivati na ”GoToWebinar” platformi, alatu za video konferencije zajedno sa deljenjem ekrana i dokumenata, e-chat porukama i višestrukim video opcijama, tako da se nikada ne odustaje od ključne saradnje između učesnika i trenera i između samih učesnika.

Treneri Marco Boaria, Anna Ditta i Lavinia Traina takođe će biti na raspolaganju za individualno savetovanje i obuku tokom kursa, koji je namenjen svima onima koji žele da nauče i / ili poboljšaju svoje veštine u oblasti finansiranja iz EU, kako bi povećali sposobnost pristupa i korišćenja evropskih programa: bilo da su to studenti, socijalni i kulturni radnici, udruženja, lokalne vlasti ili jednostavno zainteresovani pojedinci, kurs je otvoren za sve i nisu potrebna prethodna znanja ili posebne veštine.

Prijave su otvorene i zatvaraće se nedelju dana pre početka obuke, koja će se održati:

  • Na italijanskom jeziku, od ponedeljka 30. marta do ponedeljka 11. maja, od 17h do 18:30, ukupno 10,5 sati. KLIKNITE OVDE za sve detalje i za pristup registracionom obrascu!
  • Na engleskom jeziku od srede 1. aprila do srede 13. maja, takođe od 17 do 18:30, ukupno 10,5 sati. KLIKNITE OVDE za sve detalje i za pristup registracionom obrascu!

Obe opcije kursa koštaju 120 € sa uključenim PDV-om ili 100 € za članove ALDA; trošak uključuje sve materijale koji će biti dostupni učesnicima.

Ne ustručavajte se da nas kontaktirate za bilo kakva pitanja na alda@aldaintranet.org | +39 0444 54 01 46. Radujemo se što ćemo se povezati sa vama preko ekrana!

 

العربية

  الآن على شبكة الإنترنت! دورة تفاعلية حول التمويل في أوروبا: آخر الحظوظ والفرص الجديدة

يسر ألدا أن تعلن عن إطلاق أول دورة حول التمتع بفرص المنح المتوفرة في أوروبا, وذلك بالتركيز على طريقة التمتع بآخر الفرص للحصول على منحة في إطار برمجة 2014-2020 واكتشاف ما يمكن انتظاره من الفترة الجديدة 2021-2027, لكي تستعدوا لهذه الآجال وتنتفعوا من هذه المنح بأفضل طريقة ممكنة.

من خلال دراسة المشاريع الناجحة, سوف تمكن هذه الدورة التدريبية المشاركين من استغلال الفرصة الحصرية التي توفر لهم لكي يقطعوا الخطوات الأولى على درب برامج المنح العالمية التي يقدمها الاتحاد الأوروبي, وذلك باستعمال منوال تعليمي مبسط يمكن المترشحين من استغلال وسائل التعليم عن بعد بشكل فاعل وناجع: ستحيل هذه الوسيلة فعلا المتعلمين على منصة اذهب إلى الوابنار (GoToWebinar platform), وهي أداة لعقد المؤتموات عن طريق الفيديو مزودة بشاشة ووثائق مشتركة ورسائل صوتية للتخاطب عن بعد والعديد من خيارات الفيديو  لكي لا يتقطع التعاون الأساسي أبدا بين كل من المشاركين والمدربين, من جانب, وبين المشاركين أنفسهم, من جانب آخر.

يبقى المدربون الخبراء ماركو بواريا وآنا ديتا ولافينيا فراينا على استعداد دائم ومتواصل لتقديم النصيحة والتأطير خلال الدورة, التي تستهدف كل من يرغب في التعلم و/أو تحسين قدراته/ها في مجال الانتفاع بالمنح التي يوفرها الاتحاد الاوروبي, وذلك بهدف تعزيز قدراتهم على النفاذ إلى البرامج الأوروبية واستغلالها على الوجه الأمثل: سواء بالنسبة للطلبة أو الأخصائيون الاجتماعيون أو الثقافيون أو الجمعيات أو السلطات المحلية أو حتى الأفراد المهتمون بهذه المجالات. الدورة مفتوحة للجميع بدون استثناء ولا يشترط فيها  امتلاك معرفة أو مهارات خصوصية مسبقا.

عمليات التسجيل مفتوحة وستغلق أسبوعا واحدا قبل انطلاق الدورة التدريبية, التي ستنظم تباعا.

ALDA is excited to launch its first online course on European funding opportunities, with a special focus on how to benefit of the last funding opportunities of the 2014-2020 programming and discover what to expect from the new 2021-2027 period, so to be well prepared and make the most of it!

Through the study of successful projects, this exclusive training opportunity will enable the participants to take the first steps and get oriented in the universe of EU funding programmes, using a streamlined and interactive learning mode which allows effective distance learning: it will in fact be based on the GoToWebinar platform, a videoconferencing tool complete with screen and document sharing, e-chat messages and multiple video options, so not to ever give up the key collaboration between participants and trainers, and between the participants themselves.

Expert trainers Marco Boaria, Anna Ditta and Lavinia Traina will also be available for individual counselling and coaching during the course, which is aimed to all those who wish to learn and/or improve their skills in the field of EU funding, in order to increase their ability to access and use European Programmes: be it students, social and cultural operators, association, local authorities or simply interested individuals, the course is open to everyone and no previous knowledge or specific skills are required.

Registrations are open and will close one week before the start of the training, which will take place respectively

  • In Italian, from Monday March 30th to Monday May 11th, from 5pm to 6:30pm, for a total of 10.5 hours. CLICK HERE for the full details and to access the registration form!
  • In English, from Wednesday April 1st to Wednesday May 13th, also from 5pm to 6:30pm, for a total of 10.5 hours. CLICK HERE for the full details and to access the registration form!

Both course options have a cost of 120 VAT included (€100 for ALDA members and for under-26 participants) and they can also be attended in single sessions, at a cost of €25 each (€20 for ALDA members and under-26 participants); just let us know by answering the relevant field in the registration form! The cost includes all materials that will be made available to the participants.

Do not hesitate to contact us at alda@aldaintranet.org | +39 0444 54 01 46 for any doubt or question.
Looking forward to connecting with you on our screens!

 

français

Désormais en ligne! Un cours interactif sur les subventions européennes: dernières chances et nouvelles possibilités

ALDA est enthousiaste de proposer son premier cours en ligne sur les possibilités de subventions européennes, avec un accent spécial mis sur les moyens de bénéficier des dernières possibilités de subventions programmées pour 2014-2020 et de découvrir à quoi s’attendre pour la nouvelle période 2021-2027 afin d’y être bien préparé et d’en tirer le meilleur parti!

A travers l’étude des projets déjà couronnés de succès, cette occasion de participer à une formation exclusive permettra aux participants de faire leurs premiers pas et d’être guidés dans l’univers des programmes de subventions de l’Union européenne. Nous utiliserons pour ce faire un mode d’apprentissage simplifié et interactif qui permet l’apprentissage efficace à distance il sera dans les faits basés sur la plateforme GoToWebinar, un outil de vidéoconférence complet avec partage d’écran et de documents, messagerie en ligne et multiples options vidéos, afin de ne jamais laisser tomber la collaboration-clé entre les participants et les formateurs – ainsi qu’entre les participants eux-mêmes.

Les formateurs expérimentés Marco Boaria, Anna Ditta et Lavinia Traina seront également disponibles pour des conseils personnalisés et du coaching durant ce cours, qui a pour objectif de permettre à tous ceux qui le souhaitent d’apprendre ou d’améliorer leurs compétences dans le champ des subventions de l’UE, afin d’améliorer leur capacité à accéder à utiliser les programmes européens: que vous soyez étudiants, agents sociaux ou culturels, associations, ou simplement des individus intéressés, ce cours est ouvert à tous et ne nécessite pas de connaissances antérieures ou de compétences particulières.

Les inscriptions sont ouvertes et fermeront avant le début des formations, qui se tiendront respectivement:

  • En italien, du lundi 30 mars au lundi 11 mai, de 17h à 18h30, pour un total de 10,5 heures. CLIQUEZ-ICI pour connaître l’ensemble des détails et accéder au formulaire d’inscription!
  • En anglais, du mercredi 1er avril au mercredi 13 mai, également de 17h à 18h30, pour un total de 10,5 heures. CLIQUEZ-ICI pour connaître l’ensemble des détails et accéder au formulaire d’inscription!

Les deux choix de cours coûtent 120 € TTC ou 100 € pour les membres d’ALDA. Ce coût comprend tous les outils qui seront rendus disponibles pour les participants. On peut participer à sessions individuelles aussi: chaque à 25 € TTC ou € 20 pour les membres d’ALDA.

N’hésitez pas à nous contacter à alda@aldaintranet.org | +39 0444 54 01 46 si vous avez un doute ou une question à nous poser.

Nous avons hâte de nous connecter avec vous grâce à nos écrans!

 

italiano

ORA ONLINE! Un corso interattivo sui finanziamenti europei: ultime possibilità e nuove opportunità

ALDA è entusiasta di presentare il primo corso online sulle opportunità di finanziamento europee, con particolare attenzione a come beneficiare della programmazione 2014-2020 e scoprire cosa aspettarsi dal nuovo periodo 2021-2027, per essere ben preparati e sfruttarlo al meglio!

Attraverso lo studio di progetti di successo, questa esclusiva opportunità di formazione consentirà ai partecipanti di muovere i primi passi e orientarsi nell’universo dei programmi di finanziamento dell’UE, utilizzando una modalità di apprendimento snella e interattiva che consente un efficace apprendimento a distanza: si baserà infatti sulla piattaforma GoToWebinar, uno strumento di videoconferenza completo di condivisione dello schermo e dei documenti, messaggi e-chat e opzioni video multiple, in modo da non rinunciare mai alla cruciale collaborazione tra partecipanti e formatori e tra i partecipanti stessi.

Gli esperti formatori Marco Boaria, Anna Ditta e Lavinia Traina saranno inoltre disponibili per la consulenza e il coaching individualidurante il corso, rivolto a tutti coloro che desiderano apprendere e / o migliorare le proprie competenze nel campo dei finanziamenti dell’UE, al fine di aumentare la loro capacità di accedere e utilizzare i programmi europei: studenti, operatori sociali e culturali, associazioni, autorità locali o persone semplicemente interessate, il corso è aperto a tutti e non sono richieste conoscenze o competenze specifiche pregresse.

Le iscrizioni sono aperte e chiuderanno una settimana prima dell’inizio della formazione, che avrà luogo rispettivamente

  • In italiano, da lunedì 30 marzo a lunedì 11 maggio, dalle 17:00 alle 18:30, per un totale di 10,5 ore. CLICCA QUI per maggiori dettagli e per accedere al modulo di registrazione!
  • In inglese, da mercoledì 1 aprile a mercoledì 13 maggio, dalle 17:00 alle 18:30, per un totale di 10,5 ore. CLICCA QUI per maggiori dettagli e per accedere al modulo di registrazione!

Entrambe le opzioni del corso hanno un costo di €120 IVA inclusa (€100 per i soci ALDA e per gli under 26) e la frequenza è disponibile anche in singole sessioni, al costo di €25 ciascuna (€20 per i soci ALDA e per gli under 26); nel modulo di registrazione è presente l’apposito campo in cui indicare la propria preferenza. Il costo include tutti i materiali che saranno messi a disposizione dei partecipanti.

Siamo sempre disponibili presso alda@aldaintranet.org | 0444 54 01 46 per qualsiasi dubbio o domanda.
Non vediamo l’ora di connetterci con voi sui nostri schermi!

 

русский

ТЕПЕРЬ ОНЛАЙН! Интерактивный курс по европейскому финансированию: последние шансы и новые возможности 

ALDA с радостью запускает свой первый онлайн-курс по европейским возможностям финансирования, уделяя особое внимание тому, как извлечь выгоду из последних возможностей финансирования программ 2014–2020 гг. и узнать, чего ожидать от нового периода 2021–2027 гг. чтобы подготовиться и максимально использовать его!

Благодаря изучению успешных проектов, эта эксклюзивная возможность обучения позволит участникам сделать первые шаги и сориентироваться в программах финансирования ЕС, используя упорядоченный и интерактивный режим обучения, который обеспечивает эффективное дистанционное обучение: на самом деле он будет основан на платформе GoToWebinar – инструмент для проведения видеоконференций, включающий обмен экранами и документами, сообщения в электронном чате и несколько вариантов видео, чтобы никогда не отказываться от ключевого сотрудничества между участниками и тренерами, а также между самими участниками.

Тренеры-эксперты Марко Боариа, Анна Дита и Лавиниа Трайна также будут доступны для индивидуального консультирования и коучинга в течение курса, который предназначен для всех тех, кто желает учиться и / или совершенствовать свои навыки в области финансирования ЕС, чтобы увеличить их возможность получать доступ к европейским программам и использовать их: будь то студенты, социальные и культурные операторы, ассоциации, местные органы власти или просто заинтересованные лица, курс открыт для всех и не требует никаких предварительных знаний или специальных навыков.

Регистрация открыта и закроется за неделю до начала тренинга, который будет проходить соответственно:

  • На итальянском языке с понедельника 30 марта по понедельник 11 мая, с 17 до 18:30, всего 10,5 часов. НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ для получения полной информации и доступа к регистрационной форме!
  • На английском языке со среды 1 апреля по среду 13 мая, также с 17:00 до 18:30, всего 10,5 часов. НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ для получения полной информации и доступа к регистрационной форме!

Стоимость обоих курсов составляет 120 евро с учетом НДС или 100 евро для членов ALDA; В стоимость включены все материалы, которые будут предоставлены участникам.

Не стесняйтесь обращаться к нам по адресу alda@aldaintranet.org | +39 0444 54 01 46 по любым вопросам.

С нетерпением ждем связи с вами на наших экранах!

 

serbo

SADA ONLINE! Interaktivni kurs o evropskom finansiranju: poslednje šanse i nove mogućnosti

ALDA sa velikim uzbuđenjem pokreće svoj prvi kurs o evropskim mogućnostima finansiranja, sa posebnim fokusom na to kako iskoristiti poslednje mogućnosti finansiranja iz programa 2014-2020 i otkriti šta da očekujete od novog programskog perioda 2021-2027, kako biste bili dobro pripremljeni i da ga maksimalno iskoristite!

Kroz proučavanje uspešnih projekata, ova ekskluzivna mogućnost obuke omogućiće učesnicima da preduzmu prve korake i orijentišu se u pravcu programa finansiranja iz EU, koristeći pojednostavljen i interaktivan način učenja koji omogućava efikasno učenje na daljinu: ono će se zasnivati na ”GoToWebinar” platformi, alatu za video konferencije zajedno sa deljenjem ekrana i dokumenata, e-chat porukama i višestrukim video opcijama, tako da se nikada ne odustaje od ključne saradnje između učesnika i trenera i između samih učesnika.

Treneri Marco Boaria, Anna Ditta i Lavinia Traina takođe će biti na raspolaganju za individualno savetovanje i obuku tokom kursa, koji je namenjen svima onima koji žele da nauče i / ili poboljšaju svoje veštine u oblasti finansiranja iz EU, kako bi povećali sposobnost pristupa i korišćenja evropskih programa: bilo da su to studenti, socijalni i kulturni radnici, udruženja, lokalne vlasti ili jednostavno zainteresovani pojedinci, kurs je otvoren za sve i nisu potrebna prethodna znanja ili posebne veštine.

Prijave su otvorene i zatvaraće se nedelju dana pre početka obuke, koja će se održati:

  • Na italijanskom jeziku, od ponedeljka 30. marta do ponedeljka 11. maja, od 17h do 18:30, ukupno 10,5 sati. KLIKNITE OVDE za sve detalje i za pristup registracionom obrascu!
  • Na engleskom jeziku od srede 1. aprila do srede 13. maja, takođe od 17 do 18:30, ukupno 10,5 sati. KLIKNITE OVDE za sve detalje i za pristup registracionom obrascu!

Obe opcije kursa koštaju 120 € sa uključenim PDV-om ili 100 € za članove ALDA; trošak uključuje sve materijale koji će biti dostupni učesnicima.

Ne ustručavajte se da nas kontaktirate za bilo kakva pitanja na alda@aldaintranet.org | +39 0444 54 01 46. Radujemo se što ćemo se povezati sa vama preko ekrana!

 

العربية

  الآن على شبكة الإنترنت! دورة تفاعلية حول التمويل في أوروبا: آخر الحظوظ والفرص الجديدة

يسر ألدا أن تعلن عن إطلاق أول دورة حول التمتع بفرص المنح المتوفرة في أوروبا, وذلك بالتركيز على طريقة التمتع بآخر الفرص للحصول على منحة في إطار برمجة 2014-2020 واكتشاف ما يمكن انتظاره من الفترة الجديدة 2021-2027, لكي تستعدوا لهذه الآجال وتنتفعوا من هذه المنح بأفضل طريقة ممكنة.

من خلال دراسة المشاريع الناجحة, سوف تمكن هذه الدورة التدريبية المشاركين من استغلال الفرصة الحصرية التي توفر لهم لكي يقطعوا الخطوات الأولى على درب برامج المنح العالمية التي يقدمها الاتحاد الأوروبي, وذلك باستعمال منوال تعليمي مبسط يمكن المترشحين من استغلال وسائل التعليم عن بعد بشكل فاعل وناجع: ستحيل هذه الوسيلة فعلا المتعلمين على منصة اذهب إلى الوابنار (GoToWebinar platform), وهي أداة لعقد المؤتموات عن طريق الفيديو مزودة بشاشة ووثائق مشتركة ورسائل صوتية للتخاطب عن بعد والعديد من خيارات الفيديو  لكي لا يتقطع التعاون الأساسي أبدا بين كل من المشاركين والمدربين, من جانب, وبين المشاركين أنفسهم, من جانب آخر.

يبقى المدربون الخبراء ماركو بواريا وآنا ديتا ولافينيا فراينا على استعداد دائم ومتواصل لتقديم النصيحة والتأطير خلال الدورة, التي تستهدف كل من يرغب في التعلم و/أو تحسين قدراته/ها في مجال الانتفاع بالمنح التي يوفرها الاتحاد الاوروبي, وذلك بهدف تعزيز قدراتهم على النفاذ إلى البرامج الأوروبية واستغلالها على الوجه الأمثل: سواء بالنسبة للطلبة أو الأخصائيون الاجتماعيون أو الثقافيون أو الجمعيات أو السلطات المحلية أو حتى الأفراد المهتمون بهذه المجالات. الدورة مفتوحة للجميع بدون استثناء ولا يشترط فيها  امتلاك معرفة أو مهارات خصوصية مسبقا.

عمليات التسجيل مفتوحة وستغلق أسبوعا واحدا قبل انطلاق الدورة التدريبية, التي ستنظم تباعا.


Europa solidarnosti mora biti „zajednica zajednica“

RIGHT NOW: we shall all together believe in our common European project that has to demonstrate its capacity to overcome the sanitary and economic crisis.

In these difficult days, all our thoughts go to all the people suffering and to the families of the victims, too many. Our mourning is infinite, and we keep it in our heart. We shall thank all those who work with dedication every day to heal the ill people, and those who keep the flow of goods circulating for the sake of the European families.

RIGHT NOW: we shall all together believe in our common European project that has to demonstrate its capacity to overcome the sanitary and economic crisis.

In these difficult days, all our thoughts go to all the people suffering and to the families of the victims, too many. Our mourning is infinite, and we keep it in our heart. We shall thank all those who work with dedication every day to heal the ill people, and those who keep the flow of goods circulating for the sake of the European families.