ALDA president Oriano Otočan in Osijek with Deputy Mayor and the president of Osijek-Baranja County

The President of ALDA Oriano Otočan visited on Wednesday, 13 November, Osijek (Croatia), together with a delegation of the Region Friuli Venezia Giulia, led by the President of the Assembly Franco Iacop. Topic of the meeting held with the president of Osijek-Baranja County Vladimir Šišljagić, within the project AGROWINE, was the future cooperation among three regions, according the example of current cooperation on the project SEENET and other implemented projects.

Otočan also met the Deputy Mayor of the City of Osijek Vladimir Ham, given that in Osijek is active Agency of Local Democracy. They discussed about the possibilities which ALDA and ALD Osijek can offer to the City of Osijek. Otočan presented the work and activities of ALDA and offered possibilities for the cooperation on the issues of local development, citizen participation and in the programme Europe for citizen.

The President of ALDA Oriano Otočan visited on Wednesday, 13 November, Osijek (Croatia), together with a delegation of the Region Friuli Venezia Giulia, led by the President of the Assembly Franco Iacop. Topic of the meeting held with the president of Osijek-Baranja County Vladimir Šišljagić, within the project AGROWINE, was the future cooperation among three regions, according the example of current cooperation on the project SEENET and other implemented projects.

Otočan also met the Deputy Mayor of the City of Osijek Vladimir Ham, given that in Osijek is active Agency of Local Democracy. They discussed about the possibilities which ALDA and ALD Osijek can offer to the City of Osijek. Otočan presented the work and activities of ALDA and offered possibilities for the cooperation on the issues of local development, citizen participation and in the programme Europe for citizen.


The president of ALDA, Oriano Otočan, visiting the City of Subotica, Serbia

In the framework of his official visit to Serbia, ALDA President, Oriano Otočan met the key representative of the City of Subotica, the Mayor Modest Dulic.
In the meeting he presented the activities of ALDA and the role and local contribution of the first established Local Democracy Agency in Subotica, Serbia, active since 1993.

The opportunities for further cooperation with the City of Subotica were discussed as well as the work of CSO Resource and training centre founded by LDA Subotica with the aim to develop a sustainable network of local civil society organizations and their capacities.

Also the possibility for collaboration between the municipalities from the Region of Istria and the City of Subotica was mentioned, considering the similar multicultural environment and previous good relations.

In the photo: ALDA President Oriano Otočan,Modest Dulic, the Mayor of the City of Subotica, Stanka Parac Damjanovic, ALDA SEE Regional programme coordinator, and Silvija Patarcic, LDA Subotica Delegate.

In the framework of his official visit to Serbia, ALDA President, Oriano Otočan met the key representative of the City of Subotica, the Mayor Modest Dulic.
In the meeting he presented the activities of ALDA and the role and local contribution of the first established Local Democracy Agency in Subotica, Serbia, active since 1993.

The opportunities for further cooperation with the City of Subotica were discussed as well as the work of CSO Resource and training centre founded by LDA Subotica with the aim to develop a sustainable network of local civil society organizations and their capacities.

Also the possibility for collaboration between the municipalities from the Region of Istria and the City of Subotica was mentioned, considering the similar multicultural environment and previous good relations.

In the photo: ALDA President Oriano Otočan,Modest Dulic, the Mayor of the City of Subotica, Stanka Parac Damjanovic, ALDA SEE Regional programme coordinator, and Silvija Patarcic, LDA Subotica Delegate.


ALDA at the presentation of the Handbook on Election Reporting by the Council of Europe

ALDA furthers its cooperation with the Council of Europe by attending, among national NGOs responsible for domestic observation of elections and representatives of Electoral Training Centers in EAP countries, a seminar in Vilnius on 14 November 2013, to endorse the Council of Europe handbook on election reporting.

The handbook, drafted in the framework of the Joint Programme Council of Europe Facility – thematic project on “Support free and fair elections in the EAP countries”, is a response to the request made by domestic election observers for a “tool-kit” on election reporting. The aim of the handbook is to give guidance to domestic observer groups on the drafting, structure and language of the observation report. The document also refers to different techniques for information’s gathering and for the assessment of compliance of elections with domestic legislation and international standards. The event will be preceded by the establishment of a network of Civil Society Organisations. The network, supported by the Council of Europe secretariat, will inter alia be a platform for peer-to-peer training and exchange of experiences at regional level among domestic observers. The activity is organised with the support of the European Humanities University.

ALDA is particularly interested in promoting the handbook in the EaP countries where the Local Democracy Agencies are established – Georgia, Armenia and soon Ukraine, which could be interested in working on local elections observations. Biljana Zasova, Senior Programmes Coordinator, attended and represented ALDA.

ALDA furthers its cooperation with the Council of Europe by attending, among national NGOs responsible for domestic observation of elections and representatives of Electoral Training Centers in EAP countries, a seminar in Vilnius on 14 November 2013, to endorse the Council of Europe handbook on election reporting.

The handbook, drafted in the framework of the Joint Programme Council of Europe Facility – thematic project on “Support free and fair elections in the EAP countries”, is a response to the request made by domestic election observers for a “tool-kit” on election reporting. The aim of the handbook is to give guidance to domestic observer groups on the drafting, structure and language of the observation report. The document also refers to different techniques for information’s gathering and for the assessment of compliance of elections with domestic legislation and international standards. The event will be preceded by the establishment of a network of Civil Society Organisations. The network, supported by the Council of Europe secretariat, will inter alia be a platform for peer-to-peer training and exchange of experiences at regional level among domestic observers. The activity is organised with the support of the European Humanities University.

ALDA is particularly interested in promoting the handbook in the EaP countries where the Local Democracy Agencies are established – Georgia, Armenia and soon Ukraine, which could be interested in working on local elections observations. Biljana Zasova, Senior Programmes Coordinator, attended and represented ALDA.


ALDA at the final event of the TYEC project

The final event of the “Tackling Youth Employment Challenges – TYEC” project took place on 5 November 2013 at the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels. The meeting gathered together representatives of the partner organisations as well as key stakeholders in the field such as the European Parliament, represented by Mr Andrea Cozzolino, and the European Commission, represented by Mr Marco Fantini, Deputy Head of Unit on Sectorial Employment challenges, Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship.

The event was an occasion to showcase the results of the research promoted by the partners throughout the year and to further discuss a key issue such as youth unemployment nowadays affecting millions of youngsters across Europe. The first panel of the seminar granted the partners’ representatives the opportunity of bringing in their own expertise in the field by stressing once more the need of doing more to tackle youth unemployment in Southern Europe through tailor-made policies within a less strict austerity approach.

ALDA contributed to the success of the initiative by highlighting the key role that local authorities might play in favouring the youth integration into the labour market. Mr Benjamin Dumas, City Councillor of the Municipality of Bobigny (France), invited by ALDA with the kind support of CIDEFE, addressed the topic of “Local level responses to youth employment challenges”. In particular, he showcased the successful measure of the “missions locales”, as launched in France, that the participants agreed to being further discussed as concrete good practice.

The second panel was an occasion to analyse the state of play of the current policy framework adopted at national and European level to tackle youth unemployment. In particular, it provided the participants with the opportunity of exchanging with the representatives of the European institutions on the unsuccessful outcomes of the austerity approach adopted in Southern Europe as well as on the upcoming initiatives of the European Commission such as the Youth Guarantee scheme. As final outcome of the seminar, particular focus was put on the need of a more integrated Europe as only frame for tackling youth unemployment effectively. ALDA will continue to be a key actor in promoting such a goal through its decentralised cooperation approach bringing together local authorities and civil society organisations across Europe.

See Presentation from Ms Frias Julia, Notus Foundation (.pdf)

See Presentation from Mr Florentin Iancu, Vice-President of the National Youth Commission – Cartel ALFA (.pdf)

See Presentation from Mr Florian Marin, President BNS Youth Committee (.pdf)

See Presentation from Mr Giuseppe Ciccarone, President Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini (.pdf)

 

 


L’ALDA présente à l’événement final du projet TYEC

L’événement final du projet TYEC (Relever le défi du chômage des jeunes) s’est tenu le 5 Novembre 2013 au Comité économique et social européen à Bruxelles. A cette occasion ont été réunis les représentants des organisations partenaires du projet ainsi que les principaux acteurs dans le domaine, dont le Parlement Européen, représenté par Mr Andrea Cozzolino et la Commission européenne, représentée par Mr Marco Fantini, adjoint au chef de l’Unité de l’étude d’observation de l’emploi sectoriel, du travail des jeunes et de l’entrepreunariat.

L’événement a été l’occasion de présenter les résultats de la recherche diffusés par les partenaires tout au long de l’année et d’approfondir la discussion autour des sujets clés tels que le chômage des jeunes, qui touche aujourd’hui des millions de jeunes à travers l’Europe. Le premier panel du séminaire a accordé aux représentants des partenaires l’opportunité d’apporter leur propre expertise dans le domaine en soulignant une fois de plus la nécessité de faire davantage pour lutter contre le chômage des jeunes en Europe du Sud grâce à l’élaboration des politiques faites sur mesure dans une approche moins stricte de l’austérité.

L’ALDA a contribué au succès de l’initiative en mettant en évidence le rôle clé que jouent les autorités locales en favorisant l’intégration des jeunes dans le marché du travail. Avec le soutien du CIEDE, l’ALDA a pu inviter Monsieur Benjamin Dumas, Conseiller Municipal de la Ville de Bobigny, qui a abordé le sujet des “L’enjeu du défi de l’emploi des jeunes à l’échelle locale”. Il a présenté en particulier les dispositifs mis en place par les missions locales en France, comme exemple de réussite, ce à quoi les participants ont adhéré en estimant qu’il s’agissait d’une bonne pratique concrète qui mériterait d’être approfondie.

Le deuxième panel était orienté sur l’analyse du cadre politique adopté actuellement à l’échelle nationale et européenne pour lutter contre le chômage des jeunes. C’était l’occasion pour les participants d’échanger avec les représentants des institutions européennes à propos de l’échec des résultats de la solution adoptée contre l’austérité dans l’Europe du sud, aussi bien que des initiatives envisagées par la Commission Européenne tels que le système de garantie pour les jeunes.

A l’issue du séminaire, un accent tout particulier a été mis sur les nécessités d’une Europe plus intègre comme étant l’unique cadre permettant de lutter efficacement contre le chômage des jeunes.

L’ALDA continue à être un acteur clé dans la lutte contre le chômage des jeunes en Europe, grâce à la méthode de coopération décentralisée et en rendant possible la mise en relation des autorités locales avec les organisations portées la société civile.

Voir la Présentation de Mme Julia Frias, Fondation Notus (.pdf)
Voir la Présentation de Mr Florentin Iancu, Vice-président de la Commission Nationale des Jeunes – Cartel ALFA (.pdf)
Voir la Présentation de Mr Florian Marin, Président du Comité des Jeunes BNS (.pdf)
Voir la Présentation de Mr Giuseppe Ciccarone, Président de la Fondation Giacomo Brodolini (.pdf)

 

 


ALDA all’evento finale del progetto TYEC

L’evento finale del progetto TYEC “Affrontare le sfide dell’occupazione giovanile”, ha avuto luogo il 5 novembre 2013 presso il Comitato Economico e Sociale Europeo a Bruxelles. L’incontro ha riunito i rappresentanti delle organizzazioni partner, nonché gli attori principali del settore, come il Parlamento europeo, rappresentato dal Andrea Cozzolino, e la Commissione europea, rappresentata da Marco Fantini, vice capo dell’unità sulle sfide per il lavoro settoriale, Occupazione Giovanile e Imprenditorialità.

L’evento ha rappresentato l’occasione per presentare i risultati della ricerca promossa dai partner durante tutto l’anno e per discutere ulteriormente di un tema chiave come la disoccupazione giovanile che oggi affligge milioni di giovani in tutta Europa. Il primo pannello del seminario ha dato l’opportunità ai rappresentanti dei partner di portare la propria esperienza nel campo, sottolineando ancora una volta la necessità di fare di più per combattere la disoccupazione giovanile nel Sud Europa attraverso politiche ad hoc e all’interno di un approccio di austerità che sia meno rigoroso.

ALDA ha contribuito al successo dell’iniziativa mettendo in evidenza il ruolo chiave che le autorità locali potrebbero svolgere nel favorire l’integrazione dei giovani nel mercato del lavoro. Beniamino Dumas, Consigliere Comunale del Comune di Bobigny (Francia), invitato da ALDA con il sostegno di CIDEFE, ha affrontato il tema delle “risposte a livello locale alle sfide di occupazione giovanile”. In particolare, ha proposto la misura di successo delle “missioni locali”, lanciata in Francia, e che i partecipanti hanno concordato essere una concreta buona pratica da discutere ulteriormente.

Il secondo pannello è stato l’occasione per analizzare lo stato di avanzamento dell’ attuale quadro della politica adottata a livello nazionale ed europeo per combattere la disoccupazione giovanile. In particolare, ha fornito ai partecipanti l’opportunità di scambiare idee con i rappresentanti delle istituzioni europee sugli esiti infruttuosi dell’approccio di austerità adottato in Europa meridionale, nonché sulle prossime iniziative della Commissione europea, come il regime di garanzia per i giovani. Come risultato finale del seminario, particolare attenzione è stata posta sulla necessità di un’Europa più integrata come cornice unica per affrontare in modo efficace la disoccupazione giovanile. ALDA continuerà ad essere un attore chiave nella promozione di un tale obiettivo attraverso il suo approccio di cooperazione decentrata che riunisce le autorità locali e organizzazioni della società civile di tutta Europa.

Presentazione di Frias Julia, Fondazione Notus (.pdf)
Presentazione di Florentin Iancu, Vicepresidente della Commissione Nazionale dei Giovani – Cartel ALFA (.pdf)
Presentazione di Florian Marin, Presidente BNS Comitato Giovanile (.pdf)
Presentazione di Giuseppe Ciccarone, Presidente della Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini (.pdf)

 

 


ALDA на заключительном мероприятии проекта TYEC

Заключительное мероприятие проекта TYEC “Преодолевать трудности в сфере молодежной занятости”, прошло 5 ноября 2013 при европейском экономическом и социальном комитете в Брюсселе. Встреча собрала представителей организаций – партнеров, а также основных действующих лиц в данной сфере, таких как Европейский Парламент, представленный Андреа Коцолино и Европейская Комиссия, представленная Марко Фантини, заместителем отдела по вопросам отраслевого труда, молодежной занятости и предпринимательства.

Мероприятие дало возможность представить результаты исследования, продвигаемого партнерами в течение всего года и для дополнительного обсуждения ключевой темы, такой как молодежная безработица, которая сегодня беспокоит миллионы молодых людей во всей Европе. Первая группа докладчиков семинара дала возможность представителям партнеров поделиться своим опытом в данной области, еще раз подчеркнув необходимость больше делать для того, чтобы бороться с молодежной безработицей на юге Европы посредством специальной политики и в рамках мене жесткого подхода.

ALDA внесла вклад в успех инициативы, подчеркивая ключевую роль, которую местные власти могли бы выполнять в том, чтобы благоприятствовать интеграции молодежи на рынке труда. Бениамино Думас, муниципальный советник муниципалитета Бобиньи (Франция), приглашенный ALDA при поддержке CIDEFE, обратился к теме “решения на местах по вопросам молодежной занятости”. В частности, предложил успешную меру “местных миссий”, запущенную во Франции, которую участники признали конкретной рекомендуемой практикой, которую необходимо будет обсудить в дальнейшем.

Вторая группа дала повод для анализа развития современной суровой политической картины в южной Европе, а также будущих инициатив Европейской комиссии, в режиме гарантий для молодежи. В результате семинара особое внимание было направлено на необходимость большей интеграции в Европе для эффективной борьбы с молодежной безработицей. ALDA продолжает быть ключевым действующим лицом в продвижении подобных целей посредством подхода децентрализованной кооперации, который объединяет местные власти и организации гражданского общества всей Европы

Презентация Фриас Джулии, фонд Нотус (.pdf)
Презентация Флорентин Ианцу, вице президента национальной комиссии молодежи – Cartel ALFA (.pdf)
Презентация Флориан Марин, президента BNS молодежный комитет (.pdf)
Презентация Джузеппе Чиккароне, президента фонда Джакомо Бродолини (.pdf)

 

 


ALDA na završnom događaju projekta TIEC

Konačna događaj “Izazovi borbe za zapošljavanje mladih – TIEC ” projekta održan je 5. novembra 2013, na Evropskom ekonomskom i socijalnom komitetu u Briselu . Sastanak je okupio predstavnike partnerskih organizacija, kao i ključne aktere u oblasti kao što su Evropski parlament, koji zastupa g Andrea Cozzolino, i Evropske komisije, koju zastupa g Marco Fantini, zamenik šefa Jedinice za sektorsko zapošljavanje izazovi, zapošljavanje omladinu i preduzetništvo.

Manifestacija je bila prilika da se prikažu rezultati istraživanja promovisani od strane partnera tokom godine i da se dalje razgovara o ključnim pitanjima kao što je nezaposlenost mladih koje danas utiče na milione mladih širom Evrope . Prvi panel seminara odobrio Predstavnički partnera mogućnost dovođenja u svojoj stručnosti u oblasti naglašavajući još jednom potrebu da uradi više da se pozabave nezaposlenost mladih u Južnoj Evropi kroz po meri politike unutar manje stroge štednje pristupa.

ALDA je doprinela uspehu inicijative isticanjem ključne uloge koje lokalne vlasti igraju u favorizovanju integracije mladih na tržištu rada. Gospodin Benjamin Dumas, Gradski odbornik opštine Bobigny (Francuska), na poziv ALDA sa ljubaznom podrškom CIDEFE, obratio se na temu “odgovori na lokalnom nivou na izazove zapošljavanja mladih”. Konkretno, on je prikazao uspešnu meru “misije” mestima, kao što je lansiran u Francuskoj, gde su se učesnici složili da se dalje raspravlja kao konkretne dobre prakse.

Drugi panel je bio prilika da se analizira stanje tekućeg okvira politike usvojene na nacionalnom i evropskom nivou kako bi rešila nezaposlenost mladih. Konkretno, učesnici su imali mogućnost razmene sa predstavnicima evropskih institucija o neuspešnim ishodima pristupa štednje usvojene u južnoj Evropi, kao i o predstojećim inicijativama Evropske komisije, kao što su Omladinske garantne šeme. Kao konačni ishod seminara, poseban fokus je stavljen na potrebu za integrisaniju Evropu kao jedini okvir za efikasno rešavanje nezaposlenosti mladih. ALDA će nastaviti da bude ključni akter u promovisanju tog cilja kroz pristup decentralizovane saradnje okupljanjem lokalnih vlasti i organizacija civilnog društva širom Evrope.

Pogledajte prezentaciju gospođe Frias Julie , Notus fondacija (.pdf )
Pogledajte prezentaciju gospodina Florentin Iancu, potpredsednika Nacionalne komisije za mlade – Kartel ALFA (pdf.)
Pogledajte prezentaciju gospodina Florian Marina, predsednika BNS komiteta mladih (.pdf)
Pogledajte prezentaciju gospodina Giuseppe Ciccarone, predsednik Fondacije Giacomo Brodolini (.pdf )

The final event of the “Tackling Youth Employment Challenges – TYEC” project took place on 5 November 2013 at the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels. The meeting gathered together representatives of the partner organisations as well as key stakeholders in the field such as the European Parliament, represented by Mr Andrea Cozzolino, and the European Commission, represented by Mr Marco Fantini, Deputy Head of Unit on Sectorial Employment challenges, Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship.

The event was an occasion to showcase the results of the research promoted by the partners throughout the year and to further discuss a key issue such as youth unemployment nowadays affecting millions of youngsters across Europe. The first panel of the seminar granted the partners’ representatives the opportunity of bringing in their own expertise in the field by stressing once more the need of doing more to tackle youth unemployment in Southern Europe through tailor-made policies within a less strict austerity approach.

ALDA contributed to the success of the initiative by highlighting the key role that local authorities might play in favouring the youth integration into the labour market. Mr Benjamin Dumas, City Councillor of the Municipality of Bobigny (France), invited by ALDA with the kind support of CIDEFE, addressed the topic of “Local level responses to youth employment challenges”. In particular, he showcased the successful measure of the “missions locales”, as launched in France, that the participants agreed to being further discussed as concrete good practice.

The second panel was an occasion to analyse the state of play of the current policy framework adopted at national and European level to tackle youth unemployment. In particular, it provided the participants with the opportunity of exchanging with the representatives of the European institutions on the unsuccessful outcomes of the austerity approach adopted in Southern Europe as well as on the upcoming initiatives of the European Commission such as the Youth Guarantee scheme. As final outcome of the seminar, particular focus was put on the need of a more integrated Europe as only frame for tackling youth unemployment effectively. ALDA will continue to be a key actor in promoting such a goal through its decentralised cooperation approach bringing together local authorities and civil society organisations across Europe.

See Presentation from Ms Frias Julia, Notus Foundation (.pdf)

See Presentation from Mr Florentin Iancu, Vice-President of the National Youth Commission – Cartel ALFA (.pdf)

See Presentation from Mr Florian Marin, President BNS Youth Committee (.pdf)

See Presentation from Mr Giuseppe Ciccarone, President Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini (.pdf)

 

 


L’ALDA présente à l’événement final du projet TYEC

L’événement final du projet TYEC (Relever le défi du chômage des jeunes) s’est tenu le 5 Novembre 2013 au Comité économique et social européen à Bruxelles. A cette occasion ont été réunis les représentants des organisations partenaires du projet ainsi que les principaux acteurs dans le domaine, dont le Parlement Européen, représenté par Mr Andrea Cozzolino et la Commission européenne, représentée par Mr Marco Fantini, adjoint au chef de l’Unité de l’étude d’observation de l’emploi sectoriel, du travail des jeunes et de l’entrepreunariat.

L’événement a été l’occasion de présenter les résultats de la recherche diffusés par les partenaires tout au long de l’année et d’approfondir la discussion autour des sujets clés tels que le chômage des jeunes, qui touche aujourd’hui des millions de jeunes à travers l’Europe. Le premier panel du séminaire a accordé aux représentants des partenaires l’opportunité d’apporter leur propre expertise dans le domaine en soulignant une fois de plus la nécessité de faire davantage pour lutter contre le chômage des jeunes en Europe du Sud grâce à l’élaboration des politiques faites sur mesure dans une approche moins stricte de l’austérité.

L’ALDA a contribué au succès de l’initiative en mettant en évidence le rôle clé que jouent les autorités locales en favorisant l’intégration des jeunes dans le marché du travail. Avec le soutien du CIEDE, l’ALDA a pu inviter Monsieur Benjamin Dumas, Conseiller Municipal de la Ville de Bobigny, qui a abordé le sujet des “L’enjeu du défi de l’emploi des jeunes à l’échelle locale”. Il a présenté en particulier les dispositifs mis en place par les missions locales en France, comme exemple de réussite, ce à quoi les participants ont adhéré en estimant qu’il s’agissait d’une bonne pratique concrète qui mériterait d’être approfondie.

Le deuxième panel était orienté sur l’analyse du cadre politique adopté actuellement à l’échelle nationale et européenne pour lutter contre le chômage des jeunes. C’était l’occasion pour les participants d’échanger avec les représentants des institutions européennes à propos de l’échec des résultats de la solution adoptée contre l’austérité dans l’Europe du sud, aussi bien que des initiatives envisagées par la Commission Européenne tels que le système de garantie pour les jeunes.

A l’issue du séminaire, un accent tout particulier a été mis sur les nécessités d’une Europe plus intègre comme étant l’unique cadre permettant de lutter efficacement contre le chômage des jeunes.

L’ALDA continue à être un acteur clé dans la lutte contre le chômage des jeunes en Europe, grâce à la méthode de coopération décentralisée et en rendant possible la mise en relation des autorités locales avec les organisations portées la société civile.

Voir la Présentation de Mme Julia Frias, Fondation Notus (.pdf)
Voir la Présentation de Mr Florentin Iancu, Vice-président de la Commission Nationale des Jeunes – Cartel ALFA (.pdf)
Voir la Présentation de Mr Florian Marin, Président du Comité des Jeunes BNS (.pdf)
Voir la Présentation de Mr Giuseppe Ciccarone, Président de la Fondation Giacomo Brodolini (.pdf)

 

 


ALDA all’evento finale del progetto TYEC

L’evento finale del progetto TYEC “Affrontare le sfide dell’occupazione giovanile”, ha avuto luogo il 5 novembre 2013 presso il Comitato Economico e Sociale Europeo a Bruxelles. L’incontro ha riunito i rappresentanti delle organizzazioni partner, nonché gli attori principali del settore, come il Parlamento europeo, rappresentato dal Andrea Cozzolino, e la Commissione europea, rappresentata da Marco Fantini, vice capo dell’unità sulle sfide per il lavoro settoriale, Occupazione Giovanile e Imprenditorialità.

L’evento ha rappresentato l’occasione per presentare i risultati della ricerca promossa dai partner durante tutto l’anno e per discutere ulteriormente di un tema chiave come la disoccupazione giovanile che oggi affligge milioni di giovani in tutta Europa. Il primo pannello del seminario ha dato l’opportunità ai rappresentanti dei partner di portare la propria esperienza nel campo, sottolineando ancora una volta la necessità di fare di più per combattere la disoccupazione giovanile nel Sud Europa attraverso politiche ad hoc e all’interno di un approccio di austerità che sia meno rigoroso.

ALDA ha contribuito al successo dell’iniziativa mettendo in evidenza il ruolo chiave che le autorità locali potrebbero svolgere nel favorire l’integrazione dei giovani nel mercato del lavoro. Beniamino Dumas, Consigliere Comunale del Comune di Bobigny (Francia), invitato da ALDA con il sostegno di CIDEFE, ha affrontato il tema delle “risposte a livello locale alle sfide di occupazione giovanile”. In particolare, ha proposto la misura di successo delle “missioni locali”, lanciata in Francia, e che i partecipanti hanno concordato essere una concreta buona pratica da discutere ulteriormente.

Il secondo pannello è stato l’occasione per analizzare lo stato di avanzamento dell’ attuale quadro della politica adottata a livello nazionale ed europeo per combattere la disoccupazione giovanile. In particolare, ha fornito ai partecipanti l’opportunità di scambiare idee con i rappresentanti delle istituzioni europee sugli esiti infruttuosi dell’approccio di austerità adottato in Europa meridionale, nonché sulle prossime iniziative della Commissione europea, come il regime di garanzia per i giovani. Come risultato finale del seminario, particolare attenzione è stata posta sulla necessità di un’Europa più integrata come cornice unica per affrontare in modo efficace la disoccupazione giovanile. ALDA continuerà ad essere un attore chiave nella promozione di un tale obiettivo attraverso il suo approccio di cooperazione decentrata che riunisce le autorità locali e organizzazioni della società civile di tutta Europa.

Presentazione di Frias Julia, Fondazione Notus (.pdf)
Presentazione di Florentin Iancu, Vicepresidente della Commissione Nazionale dei Giovani – Cartel ALFA (.pdf)
Presentazione di Florian Marin, Presidente BNS Comitato Giovanile (.pdf)
Presentazione di Giuseppe Ciccarone, Presidente della Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini (.pdf)

 

 


ALDA на заключительном мероприятии проекта TYEC

Заключительное мероприятие проекта TYEC “Преодолевать трудности в сфере молодежной занятости”, прошло 5 ноября 2013 при европейском экономическом и социальном комитете в Брюсселе. Встреча собрала представителей организаций – партнеров, а также основных действующих лиц в данной сфере, таких как Европейский Парламент, представленный Андреа Коцолино и Европейская Комиссия, представленная Марко Фантини, заместителем отдела по вопросам отраслевого труда, молодежной занятости и предпринимательства.

Мероприятие дало возможность представить результаты исследования, продвигаемого партнерами в течение всего года и для дополнительного обсуждения ключевой темы, такой как молодежная безработица, которая сегодня беспокоит миллионы молодых людей во всей Европе. Первая группа докладчиков семинара дала возможность представителям партнеров поделиться своим опытом в данной области, еще раз подчеркнув необходимость больше делать для того, чтобы бороться с молодежной безработицей на юге Европы посредством специальной политики и в рамках мене жесткого подхода.

ALDA внесла вклад в успех инициативы, подчеркивая ключевую роль, которую местные власти могли бы выполнять в том, чтобы благоприятствовать интеграции молодежи на рынке труда. Бениамино Думас, муниципальный советник муниципалитета Бобиньи (Франция), приглашенный ALDA при поддержке CIDEFE, обратился к теме “решения на местах по вопросам молодежной занятости”. В частности, предложил успешную меру “местных миссий”, запущенную во Франции, которую участники признали конкретной рекомендуемой практикой, которую необходимо будет обсудить в дальнейшем.

Вторая группа дала повод для анализа развития современной суровой политической картины в южной Европе, а также будущих инициатив Европейской комиссии, в режиме гарантий для молодежи. В результате семинара особое внимание было направлено на необходимость большей интеграции в Европе для эффективной борьбы с молодежной безработицей. ALDA продолжает быть ключевым действующим лицом в продвижении подобных целей посредством подхода децентрализованной кооперации, который объединяет местные власти и организации гражданского общества всей Европы

Презентация Фриас Джулии, фонд Нотус (.pdf)
Презентация Флорентин Ианцу, вице президента национальной комиссии молодежи – Cartel ALFA (.pdf)
Презентация Флориан Марин, президента BNS молодежный комитет (.pdf)
Презентация Джузеппе Чиккароне, президента фонда Джакомо Бродолини (.pdf)

 

 


ALDA na završnom događaju projekta TIEC

Konačna događaj “Izazovi borbe za zapošljavanje mladih – TIEC ” projekta održan je 5. novembra 2013, na Evropskom ekonomskom i socijalnom komitetu u Briselu . Sastanak je okupio predstavnike partnerskih organizacija, kao i ključne aktere u oblasti kao što su Evropski parlament, koji zastupa g Andrea Cozzolino, i Evropske komisije, koju zastupa g Marco Fantini, zamenik šefa Jedinice za sektorsko zapošljavanje izazovi, zapošljavanje omladinu i preduzetništvo.

Manifestacija je bila prilika da se prikažu rezultati istraživanja promovisani od strane partnera tokom godine i da se dalje razgovara o ključnim pitanjima kao što je nezaposlenost mladih koje danas utiče na milione mladih širom Evrope . Prvi panel seminara odobrio Predstavnički partnera mogućnost dovođenja u svojoj stručnosti u oblasti naglašavajući još jednom potrebu da uradi više da se pozabave nezaposlenost mladih u Južnoj Evropi kroz po meri politike unutar manje stroge štednje pristupa.

ALDA je doprinela uspehu inicijative isticanjem ključne uloge koje lokalne vlasti igraju u favorizovanju integracije mladih na tržištu rada. Gospodin Benjamin Dumas, Gradski odbornik opštine Bobigny (Francuska), na poziv ALDA sa ljubaznom podrškom CIDEFE, obratio se na temu “odgovori na lokalnom nivou na izazove zapošljavanja mladih”. Konkretno, on je prikazao uspešnu meru “misije” mestima, kao što je lansiran u Francuskoj, gde su se učesnici složili da se dalje raspravlja kao konkretne dobre prakse.

Drugi panel je bio prilika da se analizira stanje tekućeg okvira politike usvojene na nacionalnom i evropskom nivou kako bi rešila nezaposlenost mladih. Konkretno, učesnici su imali mogućnost razmene sa predstavnicima evropskih institucija o neuspešnim ishodima pristupa štednje usvojene u južnoj Evropi, kao i o predstojećim inicijativama Evropske komisije, kao što su Omladinske garantne šeme. Kao konačni ishod seminara, poseban fokus je stavljen na potrebu za integrisaniju Evropu kao jedini okvir za efikasno rešavanje nezaposlenosti mladih. ALDA će nastaviti da bude ključni akter u promovisanju tog cilja kroz pristup decentralizovane saradnje okupljanjem lokalnih vlasti i organizacija civilnog društva širom Evrope.

Pogledajte prezentaciju gospođe Frias Julie , Notus fondacija (.pdf )
Pogledajte prezentaciju gospodina Florentin Iancu, potpredsednika Nacionalne komisije za mlade – Kartel ALFA (pdf.)
Pogledajte prezentaciju gospodina Florian Marina, predsednika BNS komiteta mladih (.pdf)
Pogledajte prezentaciju gospodina Giuseppe Ciccarone, predsednik Fondacije Giacomo Brodolini (.pdf )


II World Forum of Local Economic Development

The II World Forum of Local Economic Development was held from October 29th to November 1st and was inaugurated by the Minister Chief of Staff of Brazil (Minister of Casa Civil), Ms. Gleisi Hoffmann and the Directors and Presidents of the organizing partners, including the UNDP Associate Administrator, Ms. Rebeca Grynspan. The Forum was co-organised by the Brazilian Itaipu Binacional/Technological Park of Itaipu, SEBRAE, FAMSI, UCLG, FOGAR, and UNDP.

The Forum gathered 4.300 delegates of local, regional and national authorities, representing 67 countries from 4 continents.

The main objective of the II World Forum of Local Economic Development was to facilitate dialogue and exchanges between local, national and international actors, on the efficiency and impact of local economic development in tackling current challenges through existing practices.

Thanks to the active participation registered, the Forum was a real success. The event gave the opportunity to foster the discussion on LED strategies and policies and their articulation and implementation at national and subnational level, and provide an excellent opportunity to establish partnerships, identify initiatives and facilitate south-south and decentralized cooperation agreements between the participants. The Forum showed that LED is conceived as a strategic and critical tool, necessary to achieve the expected results of development at the local, national and global level.

The Forum has produced a Final Declaration “Dialogue between territories: new insights on Local Economic Development” identified specific thematic areas and challenges. This will lead to an Action Plan to be implemented in 2014 and 2015 by some involved countries and various international organizations, whose results will be presented at the 3rd World Forum.

More information about the Forum

The II World Forum of Local Economic Development was held from October 29th to November 1st and was inaugurated by the Minister Chief of Staff of Brazil (Minister of Casa Civil), Ms. Gleisi Hoffmann and the Directors and Presidents of the organizing partners, including the UNDP Associate Administrator, Ms. Rebeca Grynspan. The Forum was co-organised by the Brazilian Itaipu Binacional/Technological Park of Itaipu, SEBRAE, FAMSI, UCLG, FOGAR, and UNDP.

The Forum gathered 4.300 delegates of local, regional and national authorities, representing 67 countries from 4 continents.

The main objective of the II World Forum of Local Economic Development was to facilitate dialogue and exchanges between local, national and international actors, on the efficiency and impact of local economic development in tackling current challenges through existing practices.

Thanks to the active participation registered, the Forum was a real success. The event gave the opportunity to foster the discussion on LED strategies and policies and their articulation and implementation at national and subnational level, and provide an excellent opportunity to establish partnerships, identify initiatives and facilitate south-south and decentralized cooperation agreements between the participants. The Forum showed that LED is conceived as a strategic and critical tool, necessary to achieve the expected results of development at the local, national and global level.

The Forum has produced a Final Declaration “Dialogue between territories: new insights on Local Economic Development” identified specific thematic areas and challenges. This will lead to an Action Plan to be implemented in 2014 and 2015 by some involved countries and various international organizations, whose results will be presented at the 3rd World Forum.

More information about the Forum


LDA Zavidovici implements the project „FORM@INNOVA“

LDA Zavidovići is implementing activities in the frame of the project „Form@innova – Formazione e Innovazione“ per lo Sviluppo d’Insieme, funded by the region Friuli Venezia Giulia. The project is implemented in the municipality of Bratunac, on the west bank of the Drina River, at the border between Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia: a large agricultural area divided into small plots of land for the cultivation of raspberries and other small fruits.

The project’s goal is to strengthen the local business, and in particular the Agricultural Cooperative “Insieme” and the network of its members, thus facilitating local development and fostering social cohesion.

The project was developed through the following activities:

  • bringing the Agricultural Cooperative “Insieme” production site into conformity with european standards;
  • training courses (courses and seminars) through participatory processes;
  • implementation of a development plan that enhances the entrepreneurial existing structure;
  • promotion of training and information sessions addressed to students, young people and adults in Friuli Venezia Giulia Region.

One of the activities in the project was a course held on 11-12 November 2013 in Bratunac, and focused on protection on the workplace, and on criteria for certification. The course, titled „Work safety and correct use of equipment for quality certification“, was held by prof. Zdravko Delic. This was the last of 4 courses foreseen by the project. In the near future several seminars on topics related to the project are planned to be organised, namely about exchange of experiences and quality improvement in cooperative production of mixed berries.

LDA Zavidovići is acting as one of local partners, together with lead partners Provincia di Gorizia, KALLIPOLIS – Associazione non profit per uno sviluppo urbano sostenibile, Tenda per la Pace e i Diritti, IRES – Istituto di Ricerche Economiche e Sociali del Friuli Venezia Giulia, and other local partner – Zemljoradnicka Zadruga – Cooprativa agricola “INSIEME” Bratunac.


LDA Zavidovici lance le projet “FORM@INNOVA”

LDA Zavidovići met en place actuellement les premières activités prévues dans le cadre du projet «Form @ innovation – Formation et Innovation” pour le Développement de « Insieme », financé par la région Friuli Venezia Giulia. Le projet s’implante dans la municipalité de Bratunac, sur la rive ouest de la rivière Drina, à la frontière entre la Bosnie et Herzégovine et la Serbie: une vaste zone agricole divisée en petites parcelles de terre pour la culture de framboises et autres petits fruits.

L’objectif du projet est de renforcer les entreprises locales, et notamment de soutenir la coopérative agricole « Insieme » ainsi que le réseau de ses membres, facilitant ainsi le développement local et la cohésion sociale.

Le projet a été développé à travers les activités suivantes:
• la mise en conformité avec les normes européennes de la coopérative agricole “Insieme”, site de production;
• l’organisation de cours de formation (cours et séminaires) à travers des processus participatifs;
• la mise en œuvre d’un plan de développement qui améliore la structure existante d’entreprise;
• la promotion de la formation et des séances d’information s’adresse aux étudiants, jeunes et adultes dans le Friuli Venezia Giulia.

L’une des activités du projet a été un cours organisé le 11-12 Novembre 2013 à Bratunac, et axée sur la protection sur le lieu de travail, et sur les critères de certification. Le cours, intitulé “La sécurité au travail et l’utilisation correcte des équipements pour la certification de la qualité”, a été présenté par le professeur Mr Zdravko Delic. Il s’agit du dernier des quatre cours prévus par le projet. Sont prévus prochainement plusieurs séminaires sur des sujets liés au projet, à savoir sur l’échange d’expériences et l’amélioration de la qualité de la production coopérative de petits fruits.

LDA Zavidovići agit comme l’un des partenaires locaux, en collaboration avec les principaux partenaires dont la Provincia di Gorizia, Kallipolis, Association à but non lucratif pour un developpement urbain durable, Tenda par la Pace e i Diritti, IRES – Istituto di Ricerche Economiche e sociali del Friuli Venezia Giulia, et d’autres partenaires locaux comme la Zemljoradnicka Zadruga – Coopérative agricole, “INSIEME” de Bratunac.


ADL Zavidovici implementa il progetto “FORM @ INNOVA”

ADL Zavidovići sta portando avanti attività nel quadro del progetto “Form @ innova – Formazione e Innovazione” per lo Sviluppo d’Insieme, finanziato dalla Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia. Il progetto è stato realizzato nel comune di Bratunac, sulla riva occidentale del fiume Drina, al confine tra la Bosnia-Erzegovina e la Serbia: una grande area agricola divisa in piccoli appezzamenti di terreno per la coltivazione di lamponi e altri piccoli frutti.

L’obiettivo del progetto è quello di rafforzare il business locale, e in particolare la Cooperativa Agricola “Insieme”, nonché la rete dei suoi membri, facilitando così lo sviluppo locale e la promozione della coesione sociale.

Il progetto è stato sviluppato attraverso le seguenti attività:

• portando il sito di produzione della Cooperativa Agricola “Insieme” conforme alle norme europee;
• corsi di formazione (corsi e seminari) attraverso processi partecipativi;
• attuazione di un piano di sviluppo che esalti l’esistente struttura imprenditoriale;
• promozione di corsi di formazione e sessioni di informazione rivolti a studenti, giovani e adulti in Friuli Venezia Giulia.

Una delle attività del progetto è stata un corso tenuto nei giorni 11-12 novembre 2013 a Bratunac, e focalizzato sulla protezione del luogo di lavoro e sui criteri per la certificazione. Il corso, dal titolo “La sicurezza sul lavoro e l’uso corretto di attrezzature per la certificazione di qualità”, è stata tenuto dal Prof. Zdravko Delic. Questo è stato l’ultimo dei quattro corsi previsti dal progetto. Nel prossimo futuro sono previsti diversi seminari su temi legati al progetto, ossia circa lo scambio di esperienze e di miglioramento della qualità nella produzione cooperativa di frutti di bosco.

LDA Zavidovići partecipa come partner locale, insieme con la Provincia di Gorizia, Kallipolis – Associazione non profit per Uno Sviluppo urbano sostenibile, Tenda per la Pace EI Diritti, IRES – Istituto di Ricerche Economiche e Sociali del Friuli Venezia Giulia, e altri partner locali – Zemljoradnicka Zadruga – Cooprativa agricola “INSIEME” Bratunac.

ADL Завидовичи осуществляет проект “FORM @ INNOVA”

ADL Завидовичи осуществляет деятельность в рамках проекта “Form @ innova – Образование и Инновация” за совместное развитие, финансируемого регионом Фриули Венеция Джулия. Проект осуществлялся в муниципалитете Братунач, на западном берегу реки Дрина, на границе между Боснией-Герцеговиной и Сербией: это большая сельскохозяйственная территория, разделенная на маленькие земельные участки для выращивания малины и других ягод.

Целью проекта является укрепление местного бизнеса, в частности, сельскохозяйственного кооператива “Вместе”, а также сети её членов, облегчая, таким образом, местное развитие и стимулирование (продвижение) социальных связей.

Проект развивался посредством следующей деятельности:

• приведение производственной местности сельскохозяйственного кооператива “Вместе” в соответствие с европейскими нормами;
• обучающие курсы (курсы и семинары) посредством процессов участия;
• осуществление плана развития, который бы усиливал существующую предпринимательскую структуру;
• продвижение обучающих курсов и информационных сессий, ориентированных на студентов, молодежь и взрослых в Фриули Венеция Джулия.

Одним из мероприятий проекта стали курсы, которые прошли 11-12 ноября 2013 в Братунач, и были нацелены на безопасность на рабочем месте и критерии сертификации. Курсы под названием “Безопасность на работе и правильное использование оборудования для сертификации качества”, были проведены проф. Здравко Делич. Это были последние из четырех предусмотренных проектом курсов. В скором будущем предусмотрены различные семинары на темы, связанные с проектом, а именно семинары по обмену опытом и улучшению качества в кооперативном производстве ягод.

LDA Завидовичи участвует в качестве местного партнера, вместе с провинцией Гориция, Каллиполис – Некоммерческой организацией за устойчивое городское развитие, Палаткой за мир и права, IRES – Институтом экономических и социальных исследований Фриули Венеции Джулии и другими местными партнерами – Zemljoradnicka Zadruga – сельскохозяйственным кооперативом “ВМЕСТЕ”, Братунач.


ALD Zavidovići implementira projekat “FORM@INNOVA”

ALD Zavidovići sprovodi aktivnosti u okviru projekta “Form@innova – Formazione e Innovazione“ per lo Sviluppo d’Insieme, finansiran od strane regiona Friuli Venecija Đulija. Projekat se realizuje u opštini Bratunac, na zapadnoj obali reke Drine, na granici između Bosne i Hercegovine i Srbije: velika poljoprivredna oblast podeljena na male parcele zemljišta za gajenje malina i drugih malih plodova.

Cilj projekta je jačanje lokalne privrede, a posebno poljoprivredne zadruge ” Insieme” i mreže njegovih članova, olakšavajući lokalni razvoj i podsticanje socijalne kohezije.

Projekat je razvijen kroz sledeće aktivnosti :
• dovođenje proizvodnog pogona zemljoradničke zadruge ” Insieme ” u sklad sa evropskim standardima;
• treninzi (kursevi i seminari) kroz participativne procese;
• implementacija plana razvoja koji poboljšanje postojeće preduzetničke strukture;
• promocija obuke i informativnih sesija obratio studentima , mladim ljudima i odraslima u Friuli Venecija Đulija.

Jedna od aktivnosti u projektu je kurs održan 11-12 novembra 2013 u Bratuncu, a fokusirana je na zaštitu na radnom mestu, i kriterijumima za sertifikaciju. Kurs pod nazivom “Zaštita na radu i ispravna upotreba opreme za sertifikaciju kvaliteta “, održao je prof . Zdravko Delić. To je bio poslednji od 4 predmeta predviđenih projektom. U bliskoj budućnosti nekoliko seminara o temama vezanim za projekat planirano je da se organizuje, o razmeni iskustava i unapređenju kvaliteta u kooperativnoj proizvodnji mešovitih bobica.

ALD Zavidovići deluje kao jedan od lokalnih partnera, zajedno sa vodećim partnerima Provincia di Gorizia, KALLIPOLIS Associazione non profit per uno sviluppo urbano sostenibile, Tenda per la Pace e i Diritti, IRES – Istituto di Ricerche Economiche e Sociali del Friuli Venezia Giulia i drugi lokalni partneri – Zemljoradnička zadruga – Cooprativa agricola” INSIEME ” Bratunac.

LDA Zavidovići is implementing activities in the frame of the project „Form@innova – Formazione e Innovazione“ per lo Sviluppo d’Insieme, funded by the region Friuli Venezia Giulia. The project is implemented in the municipality of Bratunac, on the west bank of the Drina River, at the border between Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia: a large agricultural area divided into small plots of land for the cultivation of raspberries and other small fruits.

The project’s goal is to strengthen the local business, and in particular the Agricultural Cooperative “Insieme” and the network of its members, thus facilitating local development and fostering social cohesion.

The project was developed through the following activities:

  • bringing the Agricultural Cooperative “Insieme” production site into conformity with european standards;
  • training courses (courses and seminars) through participatory processes;
  • implementation of a development plan that enhances the entrepreneurial existing structure;
  • promotion of training and information sessions addressed to students, young people and adults in Friuli Venezia Giulia Region.

One of the activities in the project was a course held on 11-12 November 2013 in Bratunac, and focused on protection on the workplace, and on criteria for certification. The course, titled „Work safety and correct use of equipment for quality certification“, was held by prof. Zdravko Delic. This was the last of 4 courses foreseen by the project. In the near future several seminars on topics related to the project are planned to be organised, namely about exchange of experiences and quality improvement in cooperative production of mixed berries.

LDA Zavidovići is acting as one of local partners, together with lead partners Provincia di Gorizia, KALLIPOLIS – Associazione non profit per uno sviluppo urbano sostenibile, Tenda per la Pace e i Diritti, IRES – Istituto di Ricerche Economiche e Sociali del Friuli Venezia Giulia, and other local partner – Zemljoradnicka Zadruga – Cooprativa agricola “INSIEME” Bratunac.


LDA Zavidovici lance le projet “FORM@INNOVA”

LDA Zavidovići met en place actuellement les premières activités prévues dans le cadre du projet «Form @ innovation – Formation et Innovation” pour le Développement de « Insieme », financé par la région Friuli Venezia Giulia. Le projet s’implante dans la municipalité de Bratunac, sur la rive ouest de la rivière Drina, à la frontière entre la Bosnie et Herzégovine et la Serbie: une vaste zone agricole divisée en petites parcelles de terre pour la culture de framboises et autres petits fruits.

L’objectif du projet est de renforcer les entreprises locales, et notamment de soutenir la coopérative agricole « Insieme » ainsi que le réseau de ses membres, facilitant ainsi le développement local et la cohésion sociale.

Le projet a été développé à travers les activités suivantes:
• la mise en conformité avec les normes européennes de la coopérative agricole “Insieme”, site de production;
• l’organisation de cours de formation (cours et séminaires) à travers des processus participatifs;
• la mise en œuvre d’un plan de développement qui améliore la structure existante d’entreprise;
• la promotion de la formation et des séances d’information s’adresse aux étudiants, jeunes et adultes dans le Friuli Venezia Giulia.

L’une des activités du projet a été un cours organisé le 11-12 Novembre 2013 à Bratunac, et axée sur la protection sur le lieu de travail, et sur les critères de certification. Le cours, intitulé “La sécurité au travail et l’utilisation correcte des équipements pour la certification de la qualité”, a été présenté par le professeur Mr Zdravko Delic. Il s’agit du dernier des quatre cours prévus par le projet. Sont prévus prochainement plusieurs séminaires sur des sujets liés au projet, à savoir sur l’échange d’expériences et l’amélioration de la qualité de la production coopérative de petits fruits.

LDA Zavidovići agit comme l’un des partenaires locaux, en collaboration avec les principaux partenaires dont la Provincia di Gorizia, Kallipolis, Association à but non lucratif pour un developpement urbain durable, Tenda par la Pace e i Diritti, IRES – Istituto di Ricerche Economiche e sociali del Friuli Venezia Giulia, et d’autres partenaires locaux comme la Zemljoradnicka Zadruga – Coopérative agricole, “INSIEME” de Bratunac.


ADL Zavidovici implementa il progetto “FORM @ INNOVA”

ADL Zavidovići sta portando avanti attività nel quadro del progetto “Form @ innova – Formazione e Innovazione” per lo Sviluppo d’Insieme, finanziato dalla Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia. Il progetto è stato realizzato nel comune di Bratunac, sulla riva occidentale del fiume Drina, al confine tra la Bosnia-Erzegovina e la Serbia: una grande area agricola divisa in piccoli appezzamenti di terreno per la coltivazione di lamponi e altri piccoli frutti.

L’obiettivo del progetto è quello di rafforzare il business locale, e in particolare la Cooperativa Agricola “Insieme”, nonché la rete dei suoi membri, facilitando così lo sviluppo locale e la promozione della coesione sociale.

Il progetto è stato sviluppato attraverso le seguenti attività:

• portando il sito di produzione della Cooperativa Agricola “Insieme” conforme alle norme europee;
• corsi di formazione (corsi e seminari) attraverso processi partecipativi;
• attuazione di un piano di sviluppo che esalti l’esistente struttura imprenditoriale;
• promozione di corsi di formazione e sessioni di informazione rivolti a studenti, giovani e adulti in Friuli Venezia Giulia.

Una delle attività del progetto è stata un corso tenuto nei giorni 11-12 novembre 2013 a Bratunac, e focalizzato sulla protezione del luogo di lavoro e sui criteri per la certificazione. Il corso, dal titolo “La sicurezza sul lavoro e l’uso corretto di attrezzature per la certificazione di qualità”, è stata tenuto dal Prof. Zdravko Delic. Questo è stato l’ultimo dei quattro corsi previsti dal progetto. Nel prossimo futuro sono previsti diversi seminari su temi legati al progetto, ossia circa lo scambio di esperienze e di miglioramento della qualità nella produzione cooperativa di frutti di bosco.

LDA Zavidovići partecipa come partner locale, insieme con la Provincia di Gorizia, Kallipolis – Associazione non profit per Uno Sviluppo urbano sostenibile, Tenda per la Pace EI Diritti, IRES – Istituto di Ricerche Economiche e Sociali del Friuli Venezia Giulia, e altri partner locali – Zemljoradnicka Zadruga – Cooprativa agricola “INSIEME” Bratunac.

ADL Завидовичи осуществляет проект “FORM @ INNOVA”

ADL Завидовичи осуществляет деятельность в рамках проекта “Form @ innova – Образование и Инновация” за совместное развитие, финансируемого регионом Фриули Венеция Джулия. Проект осуществлялся в муниципалитете Братунач, на западном берегу реки Дрина, на границе между Боснией-Герцеговиной и Сербией: это большая сельскохозяйственная территория, разделенная на маленькие земельные участки для выращивания малины и других ягод.

Целью проекта является укрепление местного бизнеса, в частности, сельскохозяйственного кооператива “Вместе”, а также сети её членов, облегчая, таким образом, местное развитие и стимулирование (продвижение) социальных связей.

Проект развивался посредством следующей деятельности:

• приведение производственной местности сельскохозяйственного кооператива “Вместе” в соответствие с европейскими нормами;
• обучающие курсы (курсы и семинары) посредством процессов участия;
• осуществление плана развития, который бы усиливал существующую предпринимательскую структуру;
• продвижение обучающих курсов и информационных сессий, ориентированных на студентов, молодежь и взрослых в Фриули Венеция Джулия.

Одним из мероприятий проекта стали курсы, которые прошли 11-12 ноября 2013 в Братунач, и были нацелены на безопасность на рабочем месте и критерии сертификации. Курсы под названием “Безопасность на работе и правильное использование оборудования для сертификации качества”, были проведены проф. Здравко Делич. Это были последние из четырех предусмотренных проектом курсов. В скором будущем предусмотрены различные семинары на темы, связанные с проектом, а именно семинары по обмену опытом и улучшению качества в кооперативном производстве ягод.

LDA Завидовичи участвует в качестве местного партнера, вместе с провинцией Гориция, Каллиполис – Некоммерческой организацией за устойчивое городское развитие, Палаткой за мир и права, IRES – Институтом экономических и социальных исследований Фриули Венеции Джулии и другими местными партнерами – Zemljoradnicka Zadruga – сельскохозяйственным кооперативом “ВМЕСТЕ”, Братунач.


ALD Zavidovići implementira projekat “FORM@INNOVA”

ALD Zavidovići sprovodi aktivnosti u okviru projekta “Form@innova – Formazione e Innovazione“ per lo Sviluppo d’Insieme, finansiran od strane regiona Friuli Venecija Đulija. Projekat se realizuje u opštini Bratunac, na zapadnoj obali reke Drine, na granici između Bosne i Hercegovine i Srbije: velika poljoprivredna oblast podeljena na male parcele zemljišta za gajenje malina i drugih malih plodova.

Cilj projekta je jačanje lokalne privrede, a posebno poljoprivredne zadruge ” Insieme” i mreže njegovih članova, olakšavajući lokalni razvoj i podsticanje socijalne kohezije.

Projekat je razvijen kroz sledeće aktivnosti :
• dovođenje proizvodnog pogona zemljoradničke zadruge ” Insieme ” u sklad sa evropskim standardima;
• treninzi (kursevi i seminari) kroz participativne procese;
• implementacija plana razvoja koji poboljšanje postojeće preduzetničke strukture;
• promocija obuke i informativnih sesija obratio studentima , mladim ljudima i odraslima u Friuli Venecija Đulija.

Jedna od aktivnosti u projektu je kurs održan 11-12 novembra 2013 u Bratuncu, a fokusirana je na zaštitu na radnom mestu, i kriterijumima za sertifikaciju. Kurs pod nazivom “Zaštita na radu i ispravna upotreba opreme za sertifikaciju kvaliteta “, održao je prof . Zdravko Delić. To je bio poslednji od 4 predmeta predviđenih projektom. U bliskoj budućnosti nekoliko seminara o temama vezanim za projekat planirano je da se organizuje, o razmeni iskustava i unapređenju kvaliteta u kooperativnoj proizvodnji mešovitih bobica.

ALD Zavidovići deluje kao jedan od lokalnih partnera, zajedno sa vodećim partnerima Provincia di Gorizia, KALLIPOLIS Associazione non profit per uno sviluppo urbano sostenibile, Tenda per la Pace e i Diritti, IRES – Istituto di Ricerche Economiche e Sociali del Friuli Venezia Giulia i drugi lokalni partneri – Zemljoradnička zadruga – Cooprativa agricola” INSIEME ” Bratunac.


Seminar in Kyiv on “Civil participation in political decision-making processes: Ukrainian path to European standards”

On 14 – 15 November there will be a Seminar about “Civil participation in political decision-making processes: Ukrainian path to European standards” in Kyiv.

Speakers of the event will include: Igor Kogut, Director of the Ukrainian School of Political Studies, Vladimir Ristovski, Head of the Council of Europe Office in Ukraine, Vera John-Mikolajewski, Vice-President of the Democracy, Social Cohesion and Global Challenges Committee of the Conference of INGOs of the Council of Europe, and representatives from Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum.

For ALDA, our Director Antonella Valmorbida will participate at the seminar with a speech about good practices and the future LDA Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.

The seminar will be divided into five sessions: Panel discussion, Ukrainian path to participatory democracy; European principles, standard and practice of civil participation in political decision-making processes; Cooperation between NGO’s and executive branch; How NGO’s can effectively cooperate with the Parliament; Prospect of Participatory democracy for Ukraine, local and regional levels.

See the Agenda (.pdf)

See the Presentation (.pdf)

On 14 – 15 November there will be a Seminar about “Civil participation in political decision-making processes: Ukrainian path to European standards” in Kyiv.

Speakers of the event will include: Igor Kogut, Director of the Ukrainian School of Political Studies, Vladimir Ristovski, Head of the Council of Europe Office in Ukraine, Vera John-Mikolajewski, Vice-President of the Democracy, Social Cohesion and Global Challenges Committee of the Conference of INGOs of the Council of Europe, and representatives from Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum.

For ALDA, our Director Antonella Valmorbida will participate at the seminar with a speech about good practices and the future LDA Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.

The seminar will be divided into five sessions: Panel discussion, Ukrainian path to participatory democracy; European principles, standard and practice of civil participation in political decision-making processes; Cooperation between NGO’s and executive branch; How NGO’s can effectively cooperate with the Parliament; Prospect of Participatory democracy for Ukraine, local and regional levels.

See the Agenda (.pdf)

See the Presentation (.pdf)


Kick off event for DECIDE in Reggio Emilia – Participating is my responsibility

On 8 – 9 November the kick off event of the project DECIDE, funded by the Europe for Citizens programme, was held in Reggio Emilia, at the Loris Malaguzzi Centre.

DECIDE aims at developing, through the establishment of a thematic network of towns and by adopting a bottom-up approach, a democratic compact, namely a set of measures that are needed in Europe to increase the quality of democracy and citizen participation. ALDA leads the project, involving 24 partners from 14 countries. The municipality of Reggio Emilia plays a relevant role.

More than 150 people attended the event and listened to the presentations of the experts about active citizenship and participation, discussing experiences from Reggio Emilia, Italy, and Europe.

Our Vice President, Alessandro Perelli participated at the event as a speaker. Speakers included Roberto Montagnani, vice – secretary of ‘Servizio Decentramento, Partecipazione e Processi Deliberativi’ of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia, Alfonso Corradini, Responsible of Officina Educativa, Anne-Mette Agemark, urban planning of Vejle municipality, Paula Razan, from the LDA Sisak, and Rodolfo Lewanski, Professor at the University of Bologna and expert about participatory processes. The morning session was concluded with a speech by Professor Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco, from University of California.

The event continued with the activities of the partners, who were divided into working groups to discuss about good practices to foster participation, exchanging ideas, and imagining future actions.

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On 8 – 9 November the kick off event of the project DECIDE, funded by the Europe for Citizens programme, was held in Reggio Emilia, at the Loris Malaguzzi Centre.

DECIDE aims at developing, through the establishment of a thematic network of towns and by adopting a bottom-up approach, a democratic compact, namely a set of measures that are needed in Europe to increase the quality of democracy and citizen participation. ALDA leads the project, involving 24 partners from 14 countries. The municipality of Reggio Emilia plays a relevant role.

More than 150 people attended the event and listened to the presentations of the experts about active citizenship and participation, discussing experiences from Reggio Emilia, Italy, and Europe.

Our Vice President, Alessandro Perelli participated at the event as a speaker. Speakers included Roberto Montagnani, vice – secretary of ‘Servizio Decentramento, Partecipazione e Processi Deliberativi’ of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia, Alfonso Corradini, Responsible of Officina Educativa, Anne-Mette Agemark, urban planning of Vejle municipality, Paula Razan, from the LDA Sisak, and Rodolfo Lewanski, Professor at the University of Bologna and expert about participatory processes. The morning session was concluded with a speech by Professor Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco, from University of California.

The event continued with the activities of the partners, who were divided into working groups to discuss about good practices to foster participation, exchanging ideas, and imagining future actions.

Leggi di più su project DECIDE


The steering committee for Macedonian partners concludes the second tri-year phase of the Decentralised Cooperation LN/MK

Tuesday, November 5, 2013 Skopje

On Tuesday 5 November, the Macedonian partners gathered for a steering committee as closure of the second tri-years phase of the programme for decentralised cooperation between the Lower Normandy and Macedonia. Invited by the Regional Council of Lower Normandy, the French Embassy in Skopje, the Ministry of Local-self Governance of Macedonia and Association of Local Democracy Agencies (ALDA), the Macedonian partners of the decentralised cooperation and the International Institute of Human Rights and Peace in Caen, met to present the results of the activities accomplished in the past three years.

This meeting was an occasion for the partners to present the outcomes of their work on the previous period and discuss their experiences. Through the various components of this cooperation the partnerships between Lower Normandy and Macedonia have ensured the capacity building on both territories, as well as raising awareness among all the actors on decentralization and local governance.

Mr Alexander Follot, Director of European Affairs and International Relations in the Regional Council of Lower Normandy, on behalf of the French region, expressed his gratitude towards the partners for the accomplished work during the last three years and highlighted the diversity of themes and partners. This programme contributed to the implementation of the decentralisation process and improvement of local governance in both territories. Hence, the programme is recognised by many different organisations and structures, such as municipalities, regions or associations that are part of it. Mrs Antonella Valmorbida, on behalf of ALDA, has stressed the Balkan and European dimension of this acknowledgement, and congratulated all the partners for their excellent progress in networking and reinforcement of the territorial development.

While ending this sixth year of Decentralised Cooperation, the new challenges are promising a future with a lot of innovation, defined through topics such as history, remembrance, Human Rights and cultural heritage. Mr Rijat Azemi, representative of the Macedonian Ministry of Local Self Governance underlined the importance of this cooperation on a local and central level, and the support towards Europe of the Macedonian society. Mr Pascal Gallet, Cooperation Attaché at the French Embassy in Skopje and representative of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, expressed their active political support for the forthcoming years.

A steering committee with French partners will be organised in December to conclude the three-year programme 2010/2013 as well as to launch the third phase that will continue until 2016.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013 Skopje

On Tuesday 5 November, the Macedonian partners gathered for a steering committee as closure of the second tri-years phase of the programme for decentralised cooperation between the Lower Normandy and Macedonia. Invited by the Regional Council of Lower Normandy, the French Embassy in Skopje, the Ministry of Local-self Governance of Macedonia and Association of Local Democracy Agencies (ALDA), the Macedonian partners of the decentralised cooperation and the International Institute of Human Rights and Peace in Caen, met to present the results of the activities accomplished in the past three years.

This meeting was an occasion for the partners to present the outcomes of their work on the previous period and discuss their experiences. Through the various components of this cooperation the partnerships between Lower Normandy and Macedonia have ensured the capacity building on both territories, as well as raising awareness among all the actors on decentralization and local governance.

Mr Alexander Follot, Director of European Affairs and International Relations in the Regional Council of Lower Normandy, on behalf of the French region, expressed his gratitude towards the partners for the accomplished work during the last three years and highlighted the diversity of themes and partners. This programme contributed to the implementation of the decentralisation process and improvement of local governance in both territories. Hence, the programme is recognised by many different organisations and structures, such as municipalities, regions or associations that are part of it. Mrs Antonella Valmorbida, on behalf of ALDA, has stressed the Balkan and European dimension of this acknowledgement, and congratulated all the partners for their excellent progress in networking and reinforcement of the territorial development.

While ending this sixth year of Decentralised Cooperation, the new challenges are promising a future with a lot of innovation, defined through topics such as history, remembrance, Human Rights and cultural heritage. Mr Rijat Azemi, representative of the Macedonian Ministry of Local Self Governance underlined the importance of this cooperation on a local and central level, and the support towards Europe of the Macedonian society. Mr Pascal Gallet, Cooperation Attaché at the French Embassy in Skopje and representative of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, expressed their active political support for the forthcoming years.

A steering committee with French partners will be organised in December to conclude the three-year programme 2010/2013 as well as to launch the third phase that will continue until 2016.


Youth from Zavidovici learn about sustainability

LDA Zavidovici, ALDA’s member, was a partner in the project „Transition Youth: several suggestions for a new active citizenship“, which is funded by the EU as a part of the European Comission’s platform Youth in Action.

As a part of this project, four young people and one team leader from Zavidovici participated in a youth exchange that took place in Torino, Italy, in the period form October 26th to November 5th 2013. The event was hosted by „Cooperativa Isola“ from Italy, and, besides Italy and BiH, participants came from Croatia, Serbia, Portugal, and Poland.

Two representatives of the LDA Zavidovici have visited Torino during September in order to agree on important issues and prepare everything that is needed for the exchange to be succesful, together with other partners. The topic of the exchange was the the evoking of a modern transitional lifestyle, in the form of a Transition Place, refering to many aspects of this topic – permaculture, sustainable development, upcycling, energy traps etc.

A Transition Place is where there’s a community-led process that helps that town/village/city/neighbourhood to become stronger and happier. It’s happening in well over a thousand highly different communities across the world – from towns in Australia to neighbourhoods in Portugal, from cities in Brazil to rural communities in Slovenia, from urban locations in Britain to islands off the coast of Canada. These communities have started up projects in areas of food, transport, energy, education, housing, waste, arts etc., as small-scale local responses to the global challenges of climate change, economic hardship and shrinking supplies of cheap energy. Together, these small-scale responses make up something much bigger, and help show the way forward for governments, business and the rest of us.

The participants of the exchange were happy to be introduced to new ideas of sustainability, and LDA Zavidovici hopes for new opportunities for this kind of cooperation.

LDA Zavidovici, ALDA’s member, was a partner in the project „Transition Youth: several suggestions for a new active citizenship“, which is funded by the EU as a part of the European Comission’s platform Youth in Action.

As a part of this project, four young people and one team leader from Zavidovici participated in a youth exchange that took place in Torino, Italy, in the period form October 26th to November 5th 2013. The event was hosted by „Cooperativa Isola“ from Italy, and, besides Italy and BiH, participants came from Croatia, Serbia, Portugal, and Poland.

Two representatives of the LDA Zavidovici have visited Torino during September in order to agree on important issues and prepare everything that is needed for the exchange to be succesful, together with other partners. The topic of the exchange was the the evoking of a modern transitional lifestyle, in the form of a Transition Place, refering to many aspects of this topic – permaculture, sustainable development, upcycling, energy traps etc.

A Transition Place is where there’s a community-led process that helps that town/village/city/neighbourhood to become stronger and happier. It’s happening in well over a thousand highly different communities across the world – from towns in Australia to neighbourhoods in Portugal, from cities in Brazil to rural communities in Slovenia, from urban locations in Britain to islands off the coast of Canada. These communities have started up projects in areas of food, transport, energy, education, housing, waste, arts etc., as small-scale local responses to the global challenges of climate change, economic hardship and shrinking supplies of cheap energy. Together, these small-scale responses make up something much bigger, and help show the way forward for governments, business and the rest of us.

The participants of the exchange were happy to be introduced to new ideas of sustainability, and LDA Zavidovici hopes for new opportunities for this kind of cooperation.