InArco seminar - Information actions for cooperation regarding cross-border workers in Alpine arch countries

On Thursday, 17 October, the third seminar “Information actions for cooperation regarding cross-border workers in Alpine arch countries”organised by UIL within the project ‘InArco, of which ALDA is a partner, was held in Ljubljana.
At this event participated Giancarlo Dente of Fondazione Brodolini; he presented an analysis entitled ‘The cross border work between reality and recognition’

The aim of the seminar was to provide a series of recommendations and indications to rule the phenomenon of cross-border workers, ensuring them the full respect of the non-discrimination principle.

Read the recommendations (in Italian, .pdf)

On Thursday, 17 October, the third seminar “Information actions for cooperation regarding cross-border workers in Alpine arch countries”organised by UIL within the project ‘InArco, of which ALDA is a partner, was held in Ljubljana.
At this event participated Giancarlo Dente of Fondazione Brodolini; he presented an analysis entitled ‘The cross border work between reality and recognition’

The aim of the seminar was to provide a series of recommendations and indications to rule the phenomenon of cross-border workers, ensuring them the full respect of the non-discrimination principle.

Read the recommendations (in Italian, .pdf)


Training course on social media and democracy, 27 Nov - 5 Dec, Armenia

The training course ‘Democratic Movements and Social Media’ will be hosted by YCCD NGO in Dilijan, Armenia, from 27 November to 5 December. It will be dedicated to the role and influence of social media in democratization process in Europe.

Looking at the Arab spring in 2011, social media played an important role in fostering the impact of democratic grass-root movements. Similarly civil initiatives in Eastern Europe e.g. Armenia and Georgia are widely using Web 2.0 tools to bypass censorship in order to bring their messages and demands for change to the public.

ALDA is looking for two participants. They have to be French, or resident in France. Travel expenses for the participants are covered up to 70%, accommodation and board are fully covered.

If you would like to participate or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us: irene.zanetti@aldaintranet.org

See more information in the information pack(.pdf)

The training course ‘Democratic Movements and Social Media’ will be hosted by YCCD NGO in Dilijan, Armenia, from 27 November to 5 December. It will be dedicated to the role and influence of social media in democratization process in Europe.

Looking at the Arab spring in 2011, social media played an important role in fostering the impact of democratic grass-root movements. Similarly civil initiatives in Eastern Europe e.g. Armenia and Georgia are widely using Web 2.0 tools to bypass censorship in order to bring their messages and demands for change to the public.

ALDA is looking for two participants. They have to be French, or resident in France. Travel expenses for the participants are covered up to 70%, accommodation and board are fully covered.

If you would like to participate or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us: irene.zanetti@aldaintranet.org

See more information in the information pack(.pdf)


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Second international event of the project REACTION

On 14 – 15 October, the second international event of the project REACTION, funded by the Europe for Citizens programme, took place in Marghita, Romania. The topic of the three – day event, “Citizens as a resource for the development of local communities” was aimed to reflect on the concept that citizens, through their active commitment, can represent a resource for the development of their communities.

Through non-formal methods like the Open Space Technology, and practical work into thematic groups, the international delegations had the chance to share experiences and best practices and to come up with new ideas to improve and reinforce the role of citizens as main actors for positive change and local development.

Delegations from 12 different countries, representing the partner organizations, gathered in Marghita. Local experts who brought their experience in the field of active citizenship enriched the event.

Anna Ditta and Aldo Xhani, from ALDA, provided the technical support to the event, in cooperation with the lead applicant, the municipality of Sacile, represented by Mrs. Arianna Zanini.

On 14 – 15 October, the second international event of the project REACTION, funded by the Europe for Citizens programme, took place in Marghita, Romania. The topic of the three – day event, “Citizens as a resource for the development of local communities” was aimed to reflect on the concept that citizens, through their active commitment, can represent a resource for the development of their communities.

Through non-formal methods like the Open Space Technology, and practical work into thematic groups, the international delegations had the chance to share experiences and best practices and to come up with new ideas to improve and reinforce the role of citizens as main actors for positive change and local development.

Delegations from 12 different countries, representing the partner organizations, gathered in Marghita. Local experts who brought their experience in the field of active citizenship enriched the event.

Anna Ditta and Aldo Xhani, from ALDA, provided the technical support to the event, in cooperation with the lead applicant, the municipality of Sacile, represented by Mrs. Arianna Zanini.