ELDW 2012: A CO-ORDINATION MEETING IN PARIS (19th of January)

A ELDW general meeting was held the 19th of January at the Council of Europe bureau in Paris. The aim was to assess the recent 2011 edition of the Week and to prepare the new 2012 edition.
Mr. Per Vinther, ALDA President, represented at the meeting also the Croatian City of Sisak which qualified this year for the “12 Stars City” label.

The National Associations of the local authorities, the European institutions and associations, as well as the other international partners of the ELDW was invited to attend the meeting. The mayors of the 19 municipalities which took part in the ELDW 2011 as “12 Star cities” was also be invited to share their views and experiences. About half of the 12 Star Cities were represented and used the opportunity to present what they had been doing in their European Local Democracy Week.
Afterwards, participants had a discussion about the topic of the new 2012 edition that will probably be the “Social Cohesion”. In the next weeks the ELDW secretariat will announce the title of the new edition.

 


ELDW 2012: INCONTRO DI COORDINAMENTO A PARIGI (19 gennaio 2012)

Un incontro generale della settimana europea della democrazia locale, ELDW, si è svolto il 19 gennaio presso la sede del Consiglio d’Europa di Parigi. L’obiettivo era valutare la recente edizione 2011 della settimana e preparare la nuova edizione 2012.
Per Vinther, presidente di ALDA, ha rappresentato alla riunione anche la città croata di Sisak che si è qualificata quest’anno per la “Etichetta città 12 stelle”.
Le Associazioni nazionali degli enti locali, istituzioni e associazioni europee, così come gli altri partner internazionali di ELDW erano stati invitati a partecipare alla riunione.
I sindaci dei 19 comuni che hanno partecipato alla ELDW 2011 come “città 12 Stelle” è stato anche invitato a condividere le loro opinioni ed esperienze. Circa la metà delle città 12 stelle è stata presenta e ha colto l’occasione per presentare quello che avevano fatto alla Settimana europea della democrazia locale.
Successivamente, i partecipanti hanno avuto una discussione sul tema della nuova edizione 2012 che sarà probabilmente la “coesione sociale”. Nelle prossime settimane la segreteria ELDW annuncerà il titolo della nuova edizione.

 


SEMAINE EUROPEENNE DE LA DEMOCRATIE LOCALE 2012 (SEDL 2012) REUNION DE COORDINATION A PARIS (19 janvier)

La réunion générale de la SEDL a eu lieu le 19 janvier au bureau du Conseil de l’Europe à Paris. L’objectif était d’évaluer l’édition 2011 et de préparer la nouvelle édition 2012. A cette réunion, le Président de l’AADL, M. Per Vinther a aussi présenté la ville croate de Sisak qualifiée cette année de « Ville 12 étoiles »”.

L’Association nationale des autorités locales, les institutions et associations européennes ainsi que d’autres partenaires internationales de la SEDL étaient invités à participer à cette réunion. Les 19 maires des villes participantes à l’édition de la SEDL 2011 avec le statut de « villes 12 étoiles » étaient aussi invitées à participer afin de partager leurs expériences et points de vue. La moitié des « villes 12 étoiles » étaient présentes à la réunion, profitant de cette occasion pour présenter leurs activités de la Semaine européenne de la démocratie locale.
Les participants ont discuté au sujet de la nouvelle édition 2012 intitulée « la cohésion sociale ». Le titre de la nouvelle édition sera confirmé la semaine prochaine par la SEDL.


ELDW 2012: КООРДИНАЦИОННОЕ СОБРАНИЕ В ПАРИЖЕ (19 января)

Общее собрание проекта «Европейская неделя местной демократии» (ELDW) состоялось 19 января в офисе Совета Европы в Париже. Его цель – оценка недавней недели 2011 года и подготовка к новой неделе 2012 года.
Г-н Пер Винтер, Президент Ассоциации ALDA, представлял на собрании также хорватский город Сисак, который в этом году получил знак «Город 12 звезд».

Национальные ассоциации органов местного самоуправления, европейские институты и ассоциации, а также другие международные партнеры ELDW были приглашены на это собрание. Мэры 19 муниципалитетов, принявших участие в Европейской неделе местной демократии 2011 года как «Города 12 звезд» были также приглашены для обмена мнениями и опытом. Было представлено около половины «Городов 12 звезд», они воспользовались возможностью рассказать о том, что они делали в течение Европейской недели местной демократии. Затем участники обсудили тему новой недели 2012 года, которая, вероятно, будет «Социальной сплоченностью». В течение следующих недель секретариат ELDW объявит название новой недели.

A ELDW general meeting was held the 19th of January at the Council of Europe bureau in Paris. The aim was to assess the recent 2011 edition of the Week and to prepare the new 2012 edition.
Mr. Per Vinther, ALDA President, represented at the meeting also the Croatian City of Sisak which qualified this year for the “12 Stars City” label.

The National Associations of the local authorities, the European institutions and associations, as well as the other international partners of the ELDW was invited to attend the meeting. The mayors of the 19 municipalities which took part in the ELDW 2011 as “12 Star cities” was also be invited to share their views and experiences. About half of the 12 Star Cities were represented and used the opportunity to present what they had been doing in their European Local Democracy Week.
Afterwards, participants had a discussion about the topic of the new 2012 edition that will probably be the “Social Cohesion”. In the next weeks the ELDW secretariat will announce the title of the new edition.

 


ELDW 2012: INCONTRO DI COORDINAMENTO A PARIGI (19 gennaio 2012)

Un incontro generale della settimana europea della democrazia locale, ELDW, si è svolto il 19 gennaio presso la sede del Consiglio d’Europa di Parigi. L’obiettivo era valutare la recente edizione 2011 della settimana e preparare la nuova edizione 2012.
Per Vinther, presidente di ALDA, ha rappresentato alla riunione anche la città croata di Sisak che si è qualificata quest’anno per la “Etichetta città 12 stelle”.
Le Associazioni nazionali degli enti locali, istituzioni e associazioni europee, così come gli altri partner internazionali di ELDW erano stati invitati a partecipare alla riunione.
I sindaci dei 19 comuni che hanno partecipato alla ELDW 2011 come “città 12 Stelle” è stato anche invitato a condividere le loro opinioni ed esperienze. Circa la metà delle città 12 stelle è stata presenta e ha colto l’occasione per presentare quello che avevano fatto alla Settimana europea della democrazia locale.
Successivamente, i partecipanti hanno avuto una discussione sul tema della nuova edizione 2012 che sarà probabilmente la “coesione sociale”. Nelle prossime settimane la segreteria ELDW annuncerà il titolo della nuova edizione.

 


SEMAINE EUROPEENNE DE LA DEMOCRATIE LOCALE 2012 (SEDL 2012) REUNION DE COORDINATION A PARIS (19 janvier)

La réunion générale de la SEDL a eu lieu le 19 janvier au bureau du Conseil de l’Europe à Paris. L’objectif était d’évaluer l’édition 2011 et de préparer la nouvelle édition 2012. A cette réunion, le Président de l’AADL, M. Per Vinther a aussi présenté la ville croate de Sisak qualifiée cette année de « Ville 12 étoiles »”.

L’Association nationale des autorités locales, les institutions et associations européennes ainsi que d’autres partenaires internationales de la SEDL étaient invités à participer à cette réunion. Les 19 maires des villes participantes à l’édition de la SEDL 2011 avec le statut de « villes 12 étoiles » étaient aussi invitées à participer afin de partager leurs expériences et points de vue. La moitié des « villes 12 étoiles » étaient présentes à la réunion, profitant de cette occasion pour présenter leurs activités de la Semaine européenne de la démocratie locale.
Les participants ont discuté au sujet de la nouvelle édition 2012 intitulée « la cohésion sociale ». Le titre de la nouvelle édition sera confirmé la semaine prochaine par la SEDL.


ELDW 2012: КООРДИНАЦИОННОЕ СОБРАНИЕ В ПАРИЖЕ (19 января)

Общее собрание проекта «Европейская неделя местной демократии» (ELDW) состоялось 19 января в офисе Совета Европы в Париже. Его цель – оценка недавней недели 2011 года и подготовка к новой неделе 2012 года.
Г-н Пер Винтер, Президент Ассоциации ALDA, представлял на собрании также хорватский город Сисак, который в этом году получил знак «Город 12 звезд».

Национальные ассоциации органов местного самоуправления, европейские институты и ассоциации, а также другие международные партнеры ELDW были приглашены на это собрание. Мэры 19 муниципалитетов, принявших участие в Европейской неделе местной демократии 2011 года как «Города 12 звезд» были также приглашены для обмена мнениями и опытом. Было представлено около половины «Городов 12 звезд», они воспользовались возможностью рассказать о том, что они делали в течение Европейской недели местной демократии. Затем участники обсудили тему новой недели 2012 года, которая, вероятно, будет «Социальной сплоченностью». В течение следующих недель секретариат ELDW объявит название новой недели.


DZENANA DEDIC (LDA MOSTAR) NEW REPRESENTATIVE OF THE LDAs' DELEGATES IN THE GOVERNING BOARD OF ALDA

Ms. Dzenana Dedic LDA Mostar) has been appointed as the new representative of the Delegates in the Governing Board of ALDA.
The decision has been taken during the last Delegates coordination meeting, held on the 9-10 of January in Nis (SRB). She will substitute Mr. Umberto Ademollo, Delegate of LDA Verteneglio, and she will be in charge for one year.
We have made some questions to the Dzenana to see how she intend to fulfill this new challenging appointment.
(In photo: Dzenana Dedic in the center, with the staff of the LDA Mostar)

Dzenana could you tell us a bit more about you and about your involvement in the LDA Mostar and in the LDAs network?
After almost 10 years of experience in NGO sector I started my engagement in LDA Mostar from August 2004. Official inauguration of LDA Mostar was 22nd November 2004. My position till the end of 2009 was administrative/financial officer and assistant to delegate, and according to the legal registration I was director of the LDA registered at national level as CSO. From the beginning of 2010 I am at the position of delegate of LDA Mostar.
What will be your contribution in the GB to bring the voice of the delegates
In general I see my job as a big challenge and chance to participate in democratization process of my country and region in whole. ALDA and LDA network is perfect environment to reach that goal. Gives us huge opportunities to realize many useful activities and actions. LDA delegates should use more that opportunity and strengthen the cooperation among LDAs and force ALDA to improve network’s position at European level using its credibility gained during the years of active work.
To conclude, how do you see LDAs network in the future
Each LDA individually I see as a strong partner to local and national governments and jointly in ALDA network, as strong partner to EU institutions especially in pre accession and accession processes and EU enlargement. Also we have to find good model to stay connected to the Croatian LDAs once that Croatia become the EU member state.

Ms. Dzenana Dedic LDA Mostar) has been appointed as the new representative of the Delegates in the Governing Board of ALDA.
The decision has been taken during the last Delegates coordination meeting, held on the 9-10 of January in Nis (SRB). She will substitute Mr. Umberto Ademollo, Delegate of LDA Verteneglio, and she will be in charge for one year.
We have made some questions to the Dzenana to see how she intend to fulfill this new challenging appointment.
(In photo: Dzenana Dedic in the center, with the staff of the LDA Mostar)

Dzenana could you tell us a bit more about you and about your involvement in the LDA Mostar and in the LDAs network?
After almost 10 years of experience in NGO sector I started my engagement in LDA Mostar from August 2004. Official inauguration of LDA Mostar was 22nd November 2004. My position till the end of 2009 was administrative/financial officer and assistant to delegate, and according to the legal registration I was director of the LDA registered at national level as CSO. From the beginning of 2010 I am at the position of delegate of LDA Mostar.
What will be your contribution in the GB to bring the voice of the delegates
In general I see my job as a big challenge and chance to participate in democratization process of my country and region in whole. ALDA and LDA network is perfect environment to reach that goal. Gives us huge opportunities to realize many useful activities and actions. LDA delegates should use more that opportunity and strengthen the cooperation among LDAs and force ALDA to improve network’s position at European level using its credibility gained during the years of active work.
To conclude, how do you see LDAs network in the future
Each LDA individually I see as a strong partner to local and national governments and jointly in ALDA network, as strong partner to EU institutions especially in pre accession and accession processes and EU enlargement. Also we have to find good model to stay connected to the Croatian LDAs once that Croatia become the EU member state.


THE ROLE OF LAs AND CSOs IN PROMOTING SOCIAL AND MIGRANTS’ INCLUSION, AND GENDER EQUALITY DISCUSSED DURING THE FINAL EVENT OF STAND.UP

The Minister for Home and Parliamentary Affairs in Malta, Mr Carmelo Misfud Bonnici, attended to the final event of the project “STAND.UP: Strengthening Twinning and Networking for Development Agreements. United in Partnership” that has been held in Malta (16-17 January 2012).
The International Conference “Social Integration and Gender Equality through a Good Local Governmental System” has seen the participation of 80 representatives of Local Authorities and Civil Society Organizations coming from 11 countries of the enlarged Europe. It has been a unique opportunity to discuss the role of LAs and CSOs in promoting jointly activities to foster social inclusion, in particular migrants’ inclusion in local life, and gender equality at the local level.

STAND.UP, implemented by ALDA in partnership with 17 international partners, aims to promote citizen participation and interaction with local and European institutions, through the methodology of town twinning.
During the Conference it has been possible to compare Malta and Puglia experiences on welcoming migrants coming from North Africa. Moreover, the presence of local and international organization promoting gender equality has encouraged local Mayors to share their experiences with their counterparts from other European countries. The event has strongly benefited from the support of a relevant institutional figure such as Mr Carmelo Misfud Bonnici, Minister for Home and Parliamentary Affairs in Malta, and from the contribution of Mr Michael Cohen, President of the Local Councils’ Association whose presence has further strengthened the dissemination of the project outcomes.
As final part of the activity, a steering committee among project partners has been held so as to plan the follow up of the project.
For more information contact Mr Alfonso Aliberti, Project Manager of ALDA, at alfonso.aliberti@aldaintranet.org.

Download qui the project results.

 Speech by the Minister Hon. Carmelo Mifsud Bonnici
 STANDUP PROJECT ON MALTATODAY 17-01-2012

The Minister for Home and Parliamentary Affairs in Malta, Mr Carmelo Misfud Bonnici, attended to the final event of the project “STAND.UP: Strengthening Twinning and Networking for Development Agreements. United in Partnership” that has been held in Malta (16-17 January 2012).
The International Conference “Social Integration and Gender Equality through a Good Local Governmental System” has seen the participation of 80 representatives of Local Authorities and Civil Society Organizations coming from 11 countries of the enlarged Europe. It has been a unique opportunity to discuss the role of LAs and CSOs in promoting jointly activities to foster social inclusion, in particular migrants’ inclusion in local life, and gender equality at the local level.

STAND.UP, implemented by ALDA in partnership with 17 international partners, aims to promote citizen participation and interaction with local and European institutions, through the methodology of town twinning.
During the Conference it has been possible to compare Malta and Puglia experiences on welcoming migrants coming from North Africa. Moreover, the presence of local and international organization promoting gender equality has encouraged local Mayors to share their experiences with their counterparts from other European countries. The event has strongly benefited from the support of a relevant institutional figure such as Mr Carmelo Misfud Bonnici, Minister for Home and Parliamentary Affairs in Malta, and from the contribution of Mr Michael Cohen, President of the Local Councils’ Association whose presence has further strengthened the dissemination of the project outcomes.
As final part of the activity, a steering committee among project partners has been held so as to plan the follow up of the project.
For more information contact Mr Alfonso Aliberti, Project Manager of ALDA, at alfonso.aliberti@aldaintranet.org.

Download qui the project results.

 Speech by the Minister Hon. Carmelo Mifsud Bonnici
 STANDUP PROJECT ON MALTATODAY 17-01-2012


BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, MONTENEGRO AND SERBIA AUTHORITIES SPEED UP THE PROCEDURE TO JOIN THE PROGRAMME EUROPE FOR CITIZENS". CALL OF WESTERN BALKANS LDA'S DELEGATES

The Delegates of the Western Balkans LDAs strongly call upon  the authorities of  Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia who have formally  expressed interest in participating, to speed up the procedure of joining the Europe for Citizens Programme.
At their first Southeast Regional Coordination and Partnership Building Meeting, held on 10th January in Nis, Serbia,  the delegates of LDAs were reviewing the present status and challenges of the local democracy in the region, in view of its potential role in upholding the EU integration process in the Western Balkans countries.

Having in mind that local tier of governance should have a stronger  say in EU integration, and that so far Croatia, Albania and Macedonia have acceded the Europe for Citizens programme as one of the most effective tool linking the local governments and citizens all across Europe – is written in a official statement of the LDAs – we strongly call upon  the authorities of  Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia who have formally  expressed interest in participating, to speed up the procedure of joining the Programme“.
Submitted the call the Delegates of the LDA of Sisak, Osijek, Verteneglio (Croatia), Prijedor, Zavidovici, Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Subotica, Nis (Serbia), Niksic (Montenegro), Peja (Kosovo) and Shkodra (Albania).

The Delegates of the Western Balkans LDAs strongly call upon  the authorities of  Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia who have formally  expressed interest in participating, to speed up the procedure of joining the Europe for Citizens Programme.
At their first Southeast Regional Coordination and Partnership Building Meeting, held on 10th January in Nis, Serbia,  the delegates of LDAs were reviewing the present status and challenges of the local democracy in the region, in view of its potential role in upholding the EU integration process in the Western Balkans countries.

Having in mind that local tier of governance should have a stronger  say in EU integration, and that so far Croatia, Albania and Macedonia have acceded the Europe for Citizens programme as one of the most effective tool linking the local governments and citizens all across Europe – is written in a official statement of the LDAs – we strongly call upon  the authorities of  Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia who have formally  expressed interest in participating, to speed up the procedure of joining the Programme“.
Submitted the call the Delegates of the LDA of Sisak, Osijek, Verteneglio (Croatia), Prijedor, Zavidovici, Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Subotica, Nis (Serbia), Niksic (Montenegro), Peja (Kosovo) and Shkodra (Albania).


LDA OSIJEK:ITALIAN DELEGATION VISITED 5TH MANIFESTATION OF LIVE NATIVITY IN ALJMAŠ (HR)

From 4th to 7th January 2012 Italian delegation composed of  representatives of Montenero Di Bisaccia Municipality  and their Pro Loco Association visited now already 5th Live Nativity manifestation in Aljmaš village in Eastern Croatia. Five years ago together with LDA in Osijek they initiated this manifestation in Erdut municipality which has indeed a lots of potential for developing of religious tourism in its Aljmaš senctuary.

This is a third visit of Molisian delegation to this manifestation in which they already traditionally played the roles of three kings. The same manifestation they prepare every year in Montenero already for 30 years. During four days of this year’s manifestation they managed to involve some 200 volunteers and to attract 15000 visitors. Their methodology and success in definitely something that inhabitants of Erdut Municipality gladly look for. Through years this event enabled to both citizens and local authorities representatives to exchange ideas, talk about common challenges and discover new fields of their future cooperation.

From 4th to 7th January 2012 Italian delegation composed of  representatives of Montenero Di Bisaccia Municipality  and their Pro Loco Association visited now already 5th Live Nativity manifestation in Aljmaš village in Eastern Croatia. Five years ago together with LDA in Osijek they initiated this manifestation in Erdut municipality which has indeed a lots of potential for developing of religious tourism in its Aljmaš senctuary.

This is a third visit of Molisian delegation to this manifestation in which they already traditionally played the roles of three kings. The same manifestation they prepare every year in Montenero already for 30 years. During four days of this year’s manifestation they managed to involve some 200 volunteers and to attract 15000 visitors. Their methodology and success in definitely something that inhabitants of Erdut Municipality gladly look for. Through years this event enabled to both citizens and local authorities representatives to exchange ideas, talk about common challenges and discover new fields of their future cooperation.


ALDA NOMINATED FOR THE 5TH ACTIVE CITIZENS OF EUROPE (ACE) AWARDS

ALDA has been nominated for the 5th Active Citizens of Europe (ACE) Awards, for his outstanding efforts on volunteering and active citizenship programmes.
The announcement was given during the 20th Volonteurope Conference, that was held in Edinburgh, delivered in partnership with CSV in Scotland and supported by the European Commission’s ‘Europe for Citizens’ Programme.

The ACE Awards recognises outstanding individual volunteers and volunteering NGOs, as well as corporate companies with effective CSR and volunteering programmes, who have proved to be outstanding pioneers and ambassadors for voluntary action and Active Citizenship.
The awards recognize the great work that ALDA has done and is doing in these fields.
The 2011 winners, selected by the ACE Awards Judges are: among NGOs: Scottish European Educational Trust (Scotland), Sue Ryder (for work in Scotland through the Prison Volunteer Programme), Serve the City (Europe-wide), among Volunteers: Redhall Walled Garden Trainees (Scotland), Saronikos Young Volunteers in Action (Greece), among Corporate Organisations: Fundação INATEL – ‘Conversa Amiga’ Programme (Portugal).

ALDA has been nominated for the 5th Active Citizens of Europe (ACE) Awards, for his outstanding efforts on volunteering and active citizenship programmes.
The announcement was given during the 20th Volonteurope Conference, that was held in Edinburgh, delivered in partnership with CSV in Scotland and supported by the European Commission’s ‘Europe for Citizens’ Programme.

The ACE Awards recognises outstanding individual volunteers and volunteering NGOs, as well as corporate companies with effective CSR and volunteering programmes, who have proved to be outstanding pioneers and ambassadors for voluntary action and Active Citizenship.
The awards recognize the great work that ALDA has done and is doing in these fields.
The 2011 winners, selected by the ACE Awards Judges are: among NGOs: Scottish European Educational Trust (Scotland), Sue Ryder (for work in Scotland through the Prison Volunteer Programme), Serve the City (Europe-wide), among Volunteers: Redhall Walled Garden Trainees (Scotland), Saronikos Young Volunteers in Action (Greece), among Corporate Organisations: Fundação INATEL – ‘Conversa Amiga’ Programme (Portugal).


IN MALTA THE FINAL EVENT OF THE ALDA’S PROJECT STAND.UP (16-17 January 2012)

The final event of the project “STAND.UP: Strengthening Twinning and Networking for Development Agreements. United in Partnership” will be held in Malta, on 16-17 of January 2012.
STAND.UP, implemented by ALDA in partnership with 17 international partners, aims to promote citizen participation and interaction with local and European institutions, through the methodology of town twinning.

The International Conference “Social Integration and Gender Equality through a Good Local Governmental System” will see the participation of 80 representatives of Local Authorities and Civil Society Organizations coming from 11 countries of the enlarged Europe. It will be a unique opportunity to discuss the role of LAs and CSOs in promoting jointly activities to foster social inclusion, in particular migrants’ inclusion in local life, and gender equality at the local level.
During the Conference it will be possible to compare Malta and Puglia experiences on welcoming migrants coming from North Africa. Moreover, the presence of local and international organization promoting gender equality will encourage local Mayors to share their experiences with their counterparts from other European countries.
As final part of the event a steering committee among the project partners will be held to plan the follow up of the project.
For more information contact Mr Alfonso Aliberti, Project Manager of ALDA, at alfonso.aliberti@aldaintranet.org.

The final event of the project “STAND.UP: Strengthening Twinning and Networking for Development Agreements. United in Partnership” will be held in Malta, on 16-17 of January 2012.
STAND.UP, implemented by ALDA in partnership with 17 international partners, aims to promote citizen participation and interaction with local and European institutions, through the methodology of town twinning.

The International Conference “Social Integration and Gender Equality through a Good Local Governmental System” will see the participation of 80 representatives of Local Authorities and Civil Society Organizations coming from 11 countries of the enlarged Europe. It will be a unique opportunity to discuss the role of LAs and CSOs in promoting jointly activities to foster social inclusion, in particular migrants’ inclusion in local life, and gender equality at the local level.
During the Conference it will be possible to compare Malta and Puglia experiences on welcoming migrants coming from North Africa. Moreover, the presence of local and international organization promoting gender equality will encourage local Mayors to share their experiences with their counterparts from other European countries.
As final part of the event a steering committee among the project partners will be held to plan the follow up of the project.
For more information contact Mr Alfonso Aliberti, Project Manager of ALDA, at alfonso.aliberti@aldaintranet.org.


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