The road ahead for ALDA members in Kosovo – Priorities and disappointment for postponement of visa-free regime

The Kosovan city of Gjilan has just hosted a general meeting of members of ALDA in the country. The delegation included representatives of ALDA, the Local Democracy Agency of Kosovo, the association “Trentino con i Balcani”, and four mayors from the south-east region of Kosovo, whose capital city is Gjilan. Particularly interesting is to underline that three of the four municipalities attending the reunion have a majority of Serbian population.

The meeting gave all participants the chance to discuss the priorities of each municipality represented, supporting cities and communities being one of ALDA’s prerogatives. Among all the topics covered during the session we underline participative local democracy, environment protection, network of twinned towns also through the “Europe for Citizens” Programme, youth unemployment, and economic development. An interesting path of cooperation has been put forward by ATB, who invited the Mayor of Gjilan to visit Trento (Italy) to further explore possible cooperation paths.

Furthermore, the meeting has been marked by the news concerning the postponement of the VISA liberalization to 2020, which left everybody rather disappointed. The announcement was made on the occasion of the visit of the Commissioner Hahn to Kosovo, and was perceived a great blow to the efforts made by the country to meet all required criteria. The VISA liberalization, considering the social and political framework, would have been a big achievement for Kosovo and for the EU as well. The efforts made by Kosovo and the role of the EU in the relations between Serbia and Kosovo would have found their natural follow up in the agreement for visa liberalization, and would have given to Kosovan citizens a step forward to the European dimension. Once again, this situation shows how much European policies have an impact not only inside European borders, and how important is for us, as European civil society, to advocate for actions taking into consideration their impact at a broader level.

“Our youth can only see Europe on television” said one of the participants, giving voice to the disappointment of the whole country.

The Kosovan city of Gjilan has just hosted a general meeting of members of ALDA in the country. The delegation included representatives of ALDA, the Local Democracy Agency of Kosovo, the association “Trentino con i Balcani”, and four mayors from the south-east region of Kosovo, whose capital city is Gjilan. Particularly interesting is to underline that three of the four municipalities attending the reunion have a majority of Serbian population.

The meeting gave all participants the chance to discuss the priorities of each municipality represented, supporting cities and communities being one of ALDA’s prerogatives. Among all the topics covered during the session we underline participative local democracy, environment protection, network of twinned towns also through the “Europe for Citizens” Programme, youth unemployment, and economic development. An interesting path of cooperation has been put forward by ATB, who invited the Mayor of Gjilan to visit Trento (Italy) to further explore possible cooperation paths.

Furthermore, the meeting has been marked by the news concerning the postponement of the VISA liberalization to 2020, which left everybody rather disappointed. The announcement was made on the occasion of the visit of the Commissioner Hahn to Kosovo, and was perceived a great blow to the efforts made by the country to meet all required criteria. The VISA liberalization, considering the social and political framework, would have been a big achievement for Kosovo and for the EU as well. The efforts made by Kosovo and the role of the EU in the relations between Serbia and Kosovo would have found their natural follow up in the agreement for visa liberalization, and would have given to Kosovan citizens a step forward to the European dimension. Once again, this situation shows how much European policies have an impact not only inside European borders, and how important is for us, as European civil society, to advocate for actions taking into consideration their impact at a broader level.

“Our youth can only see Europe on television” said one of the participants, giving voice to the disappointment of the whole country.


Herceg Novi hosts capacity building programme for ALDA members in Montenegro

ALDA organised a training for its network members in Montenegro, hosted by the municipality of Herceg Novi and organised by Ms Branka Mracevic, ALDA Vice President.

Herceg Novi becomes a proud ALDA’s member in 2015 and in only three years, we have successfully fundraised more than 1.2 million euros of EU funds from various programs, such as cross border cooperation, Creative Europe, Europe for Citizens etc. The broad network of ALDA’s members provided us with many opportunities to connect with other local self-governance across Europe, get to know about their best practice in delivering services to local citizens and in a relatively short period of time, we have experienced socio-economic development in areas such as tourism, culture, protection of nature etc.

Our project partners are in most cases ALDA’s members, and without this network, our success wouldn’t be reached so fast and so easily. Capacity building for local public servants and civil society organisations for designing and preparing quality project ideas within the upcoming calls for application of three CBC Programmes, learning the skills of the log-frame approach for young participants, networking and best practice exchange were the main focus of this two- day training, gathering some 20 participants.

In his introductory note, Mr Miodrag Raceta, head of the Territorial co-operation unit in the EU integration Office of Montenegro expressed the need for furthering the co-operation between local public authorities and CSOs as the grounds for preparing the projects relevant to the needs of the local population in the border area.

Ms Simonida Kordic, head of the municipal office for international relations presented the intensive town-twinning and project-based co-operation taking place with a large number of partners both in the Balkans and with the cities in the EU, most of them being used for institutional capacity building and urban development projects. Through ALDA, we have already established partnerships for the projects we are currently preparing and some of which are already on-going.

In this way, Herceg Novi is well connected with other organizations and cities, through the networks of the European Union such as ALDA. Through these, but other types of networking, the Office for International Cooperation allows Herceg Novi to gain new experiences, new contents and, of course, become the beneficiary of funds and money available, which we have not used so far to the extent that we can or should.

Apart from the practical training workshops delivered by Stanka Parac Damjanovic, ALDA Regional programme coordinator and Kerim Medjedovic, LDA Montenegro delegate, participants were introduced to the priorities and requirements of the new cycle of three CBC programmes currently open for applications:

 

• Interreg CBC Croatia-Bosnia and Herzegovina – Montenegro, presented by Mr Dragan Djurisic, Project Manager

• IPA CBC Programme Montenegro – Kosovo, IPA CBC Programme Montenegro – Albania presented by Ms Sanja Todorovic, Head of Joint Technical Secretariat

• IPA CBC Programme Montenegro – Bosnia and Herzegovina, presented by Mr Goran Djurovic, head of Niksic Antena Office of JTS.

Following the log-frame matrix approach, the trainees from both the municipal administration and local CSOs developed the project idea to be shared and further elaborated with relevant partners from the border area of Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

ALDA organised a training for its network members in Montenegro, hosted by the municipality of Herceg Novi and organised by Ms Branka Mracevic, ALDA Vice President.

Herceg Novi becomes a proud ALDA’s member in 2015 and in only three years, we have successfully fundraised more than 1.2 million euros of EU funds from various programs, such as cross border cooperation, Creative Europe, Europe for Citizens etc. The broad network of ALDA’s members provided us with many opportunities to connect with other local self-governance across Europe, get to know about their best practice in delivering services to local citizens and in a relatively short period of time, we have experienced socio-economic development in areas such as tourism, culture, protection of nature etc.

Our project partners are in most cases ALDA’s members, and without this network, our success wouldn’t be reached so fast and so easily. Capacity building for local public servants and civil society organisations for designing and preparing quality project ideas within the upcoming calls for application of three CBC Programmes, learning the skills of the log-frame approach for young participants, networking and best practice exchange were the main focus of this two- day training, gathering some 20 participants.

In his introductory note, Mr Miodrag Raceta, head of the Territorial co-operation unit in the EU integration Office of Montenegro expressed the need for furthering the co-operation between local public authorities and CSOs as the grounds for preparing the projects relevant to the needs of the local population in the border area.

Ms Simonida Kordic, head of the municipal office for international relations presented the intensive town-twinning and project-based co-operation taking place with a large number of partners both in the Balkans and with the cities in the EU, most of them being used for institutional capacity building and urban development projects. Through ALDA, we have already established partnerships for the projects we are currently preparing and some of which are already on-going.

In this way, Herceg Novi is well connected with other organizations and cities, through the networks of the European Union such as ALDA. Through these, but other types of networking, the Office for International Cooperation allows Herceg Novi to gain new experiences, new contents and, of course, become the beneficiary of funds and money available, which we have not used so far to the extent that we can or should.

Apart from the practical training workshops delivered by Stanka Parac Damjanovic, ALDA Regional programme coordinator and Kerim Medjedovic, LDA Montenegro delegate, participants were introduced to the priorities and requirements of the new cycle of three CBC programmes currently open for applications:

 

• Interreg CBC Croatia-Bosnia and Herzegovina – Montenegro, presented by Mr Dragan Djurisic, Project Manager

• IPA CBC Programme Montenegro – Kosovo, IPA CBC Programme Montenegro – Albania presented by Ms Sanja Todorovic, Head of Joint Technical Secretariat

• IPA CBC Programme Montenegro – Bosnia and Herzegovina, presented by Mr Goran Djurovic, head of Niksic Antena Office of JTS.

Following the log-frame matrix approach, the trainees from both the municipal administration and local CSOs developed the project idea to be shared and further elaborated with relevant partners from the border area of Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Participative Democracy in Algeria - ALDA Secretary General leads a training mission in support of local Presidents of Communes

Mrs Valmorbida, in her capacity of Chief of Mission, led the training activities in Algeria focused on local participative democracy, good governance and citizens’ involvement, these being ALDA’s core values. These actions involved 225 Presidents of Communes across 5 different training centres of the country.

This represented a major investment from the Direction of Training and Education of the line Ministry for Participative Democracy and followed a previous intervention that, in 2017, trained and prepared on the same subject 180 more civil servants.

The impact of these initiatives is becoming more and more considerable as the change brought about starts to be systemic. Moreover, the feedback from all the stakeholders has been extremely positive and this will lead to a continued effort for the upcoming year 2019.

Mrs Valmorbida, in her capacity of Chief of Mission, led the training activities in Algeria focused on local participative democracy, good governance and citizens’ involvement, these being ALDA’s core values. These actions involved 225 Presidents of Communes across 5 different training centres of the country.

This represented a major investment from the Direction of Training and Education of the line Ministry for Participative Democracy and followed a previous intervention that, in 2017, trained and prepared on the same subject 180 more civil servants.

The impact of these initiatives is becoming more and more considerable as the change brought about starts to be systemic. Moreover, the feedback from all the stakeholders has been extremely positive and this will lead to a continued effort for the upcoming year 2019.


The Adventure of the young reporters on the footsteps of Albert Londres in the region Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

The Association “Following the footsteps of Albert Londres” accomplished its fifth traveling seminar “Following the footsteps of Albert Londres”, organised from 10 to 25 November 2018. This edition included young reporters from the Balkans and South-East Europe researching in the region Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes on the topic: “Natural, cultural, gastronomic, historic and industrial heritage: an asset for territorial development!”.

The young reporters prepared written, photo, radio and audio visual reportage about the rich cultural heritage of this region. The traveling seminar took place from Lyon via Thiers, Lapalisse, Moulins to Vichy, and young participants documented their journey through various encounters and exploring the cities. The youngsters were accompanied by professionals in the area of journalism, documentary film and other that facilitated their reportages from a technical and professional aspect.

You can read the written reports on the website of “Following the footsteps of Albert Londres”.

Part of the video reports can be found at the links below (Tier, Lyon and Vichy) made by young reporters from Albania, Croatia and Kosovo.

 Federation Cafe, Lyon

Thiers’s gastronomy: passing on the tradition

The shared gardens in Thiers

The Opera in Vichy: Photomontage

On the route of the silk

In addition, an illustrated publication of written reportages and DVD with the video reportages will be prepared.

“Following the footsteps of Albert Londres” in partnership with local authorities and various organised also the festival francophone of short documentaries on 22 November 2018 showcased on the channel France 3.

The association “Following the footsteps of Albert Londres” organises these traveling seminars for 5 years with young students from France or foreign. This seminar is organised in the framework of the cooperation France-Balkans, in partnership with Pays Vichy-Auvergne and ALDA.

L’Aventure des jeunes reporters sur les pas d’Albert Londres en région Auvergne- Rhône-Alpes

L’association « Sur les pas d’Albert Londres » a achevé sa cinquième édition du séminaire itinérant « Sur les pas d’Albert Londres » qui s’est déroulée du 10 au 25 novembre 2018. Cette édition avait inclus des jeunes reporters des Balkans et de l’Europe du Sud-Est en Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes autour de la thématique : « Le patrimoine naturel, culturel, gastronomique, historique, industriel : un atout de développement pour nos territoires ! »

Les jeunes reporters ont réalisés des reportages écrits, photos, radios et audiovisuels sur le patrimoine de cette région riche en histoires. L’itinéraire s’est déroulé de Lyon en passant par Thiers, Lapalisse, Moulins jusqu’à Vichy et les jeunes participants ont documenté leur parcours à travers des diverses rencontres et exploration des villes. Les jeunes étaient accompagnés par des professionnels français du journalisme, de l’image et du multimédia, qui leur offre un soutien technique et professionnel.

Vous pouvez lire les reportages écrits sur la page internet « Sur les pas d’Albert Londres ».

Vous pouvez visualiser quelques reportages vidéo ci-dessous (Thiers, Lyon et Vichy) de jeunes reporters venant d’Albanie, de Croatie et du Kosovo.

 Le Café des Fédérations : un exemple de bouchon lyonnais

La coutellerie thiernoise : transmission d’un savoir faire

Les jardins partagés à Thiers

L’opéra de Vichy: Photomontage

Sur la route de la soie

Les reportages écrits donneront lieu à une publication et les reportages vidéo à un DVD. Sur les pas d’Albert Londres en partenariat avec différentes collectivités et acteurs des médias, a de même organisé le festival francophone du reportage court du 22 novembre 2018 documenté par France 3.

L’association « Sur les pas d’Albert Londres » organise depuis 5 ans des séminaires itinérants avec de jeunes étudiants français ou étrangers. Le séminaire est organisé dans le cadre du programme de coopération France-Balkans, en partenariats avec le Pays Vichy-Auvergne et l’ALDA.

The Association “Following the footsteps of Albert Londres” accomplished its fifth traveling seminar “Following the footsteps of Albert Londres”, organised from 10 to 25 November 2018. This edition included young reporters from the Balkans and South-East Europe researching in the region Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes on the topic: “Natural, cultural, gastronomic, historic and industrial heritage: an asset for territorial development!”.

The young reporters prepared written, photo, radio and audio visual reportage about the rich cultural heritage of this region. The traveling seminar took place from Lyon via Thiers, Lapalisse, Moulins to Vichy, and young participants documented their journey through various encounters and exploring the cities. The youngsters were accompanied by professionals in the area of journalism, documentary film and other that facilitated their reportages from a technical and professional aspect.

You can read the written reports on the website of “Following the footsteps of Albert Londres”.

Part of the video reports can be found at the links below (Tier, Lyon and Vichy) made by young reporters from Albania, Croatia and Kosovo.

 Federation Cafe, Lyon

Thiers’s gastronomy: passing on the tradition

The shared gardens in Thiers

The Opera in Vichy: Photomontage

On the route of the silk

In addition, an illustrated publication of written reportages and DVD with the video reportages will be prepared.

“Following the footsteps of Albert Londres” in partnership with local authorities and various organised also the festival francophone of short documentaries on 22 November 2018 showcased on the channel France 3.

The association “Following the footsteps of Albert Londres” organises these traveling seminars for 5 years with young students from France or foreign. This seminar is organised in the framework of the cooperation France-Balkans, in partnership with Pays Vichy-Auvergne and ALDA.

L’Aventure des jeunes reporters sur les pas d’Albert Londres en région Auvergne- Rhône-Alpes

L’association « Sur les pas d’Albert Londres » a achevé sa cinquième édition du séminaire itinérant « Sur les pas d’Albert Londres » qui s’est déroulée du 10 au 25 novembre 2018. Cette édition avait inclus des jeunes reporters des Balkans et de l’Europe du Sud-Est en Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes autour de la thématique : « Le patrimoine naturel, culturel, gastronomique, historique, industriel : un atout de développement pour nos territoires ! »

Les jeunes reporters ont réalisés des reportages écrits, photos, radios et audiovisuels sur le patrimoine de cette région riche en histoires. L’itinéraire s’est déroulé de Lyon en passant par Thiers, Lapalisse, Moulins jusqu’à Vichy et les jeunes participants ont documenté leur parcours à travers des diverses rencontres et exploration des villes. Les jeunes étaient accompagnés par des professionnels français du journalisme, de l’image et du multimédia, qui leur offre un soutien technique et professionnel.

Vous pouvez lire les reportages écrits sur la page internet « Sur les pas d’Albert Londres ».

Vous pouvez visualiser quelques reportages vidéo ci-dessous (Thiers, Lyon et Vichy) de jeunes reporters venant d’Albanie, de Croatie et du Kosovo.

 Le Café des Fédérations : un exemple de bouchon lyonnais

La coutellerie thiernoise : transmission d’un savoir faire

Les jardins partagés à Thiers

L’opéra de Vichy: Photomontage

Sur la route de la soie

Les reportages écrits donneront lieu à une publication et les reportages vidéo à un DVD. Sur les pas d’Albert Londres en partenariat avec différentes collectivités et acteurs des médias, a de même organisé le festival francophone du reportage court du 22 novembre 2018 documenté par France 3.

L’association « Sur les pas d’Albert Londres » organise depuis 5 ans des séminaires itinérants avec de jeunes étudiants français ou étrangers. Le séminaire est organisé dans le cadre du programme de coopération France-Balkans, en partenariats avec le Pays Vichy-Auvergne et l’ALDA.


RECOV Local path in the Municipality of Centar

Following the International conference of the project “RECOV: REthinking Collaborative Values for public services”in Skopje, the municipality of Centar in cooperation with ALDA Skopje organized a two-part local path activity on the topic of “Open-government: principles, methods and ICT open source tools” on the 28 and 29 November 2018 in the Youth office of the Municipality.
On the 28 November, as the first part of the local path, ALDA Skopje made a short presentation of the project and the Municipality of Centar organized a short lecture about the open government principles. The activity continued on the 29th with a panel discussion on the topic, where the participants had the opportunity to exchange their opinions and give recommendations for the Municipality.
The participants of the activity were youngsters from the Municipality of Centar, who get engaged in local activities in order to influence the local policies and principles connected to youth.
This activity is part of the project “RECOV: REthinking Collaborative Values for public services” supported by the European programme “Europe for citizens” and the lead partner of the project is the Municipality of Centar, Skopje, Macedonia.

Following the International conference of the project “RECOV: REthinking Collaborative Values for public services”in Skopje, the municipality of Centar in cooperation with ALDA Skopje organized a two-part local path activity on the topic of “Open-government: principles, methods and ICT open source tools” on the 28 and 29 November 2018 in the Youth office of the Municipality.
On the 28 November, as the first part of the local path, ALDA Skopje made a short presentation of the project and the Municipality of Centar organized a short lecture about the open government principles. The activity continued on the 29th with a panel discussion on the topic, where the participants had the opportunity to exchange their opinions and give recommendations for the Municipality.
The participants of the activity were youngsters from the Municipality of Centar, who get engaged in local activities in order to influence the local policies and principles connected to youth.
This activity is part of the project “RECOV: REthinking Collaborative Values for public services” supported by the European programme “Europe for citizens” and the lead partner of the project is the Municipality of Centar, Skopje, Macedonia.


Culture Twinning: not to give for granted the value of cultural heritage

The project Culture Twinning: Twinning Tourism Promoting Cultural Heritage (CUT) has officially started with a kick off meeting held from November 21st to 23rd, when all project project partners gathered in Vicenza to discuss the implementation of future activities.
The project, funded by Europe for Citizens programme, is led by Municipality of Novo Mesto (Slovenia) in partnership with ALDA, the Developement Centre of Novo Mesto and the municipalities of Herceg Novi (Montenegro), Torun (Poland), Vilafranca de Penedés (Spain), Trnava (Slovakia), Langhenagen (Germany), Buhel (Germany), Bihac (Bosnia and Herzegovina).This cooperation will last two years and its main objective will be the creation of a strong network of twinning towns to mutually promote cultural tourism and raise awareness among citizens on the importance of cultural heritage. During the first meeting, partners had the opportunity not only to get to know each other and present their respective towns, but they could take advantage of the networking cocktail to interact with local actors operating in the cultural heritage field. The focus being on cultural heritage, international participants were invited to join a guided tour to discover Vicenza’s historical beauties, while an interactive tour for kids also took place, in order to stress the importance of educating young generations to appreciate local cultural heritage and to share the methodology applied to do so. br />

The project Culture Twinning: Twinning Tourism Promoting Cultural Heritage (CUT) has officially started with a kick off meeting held from November 21st to 23rd, when all project project partners gathered in Vicenza to discuss the implementation of future activities.
The project, funded by Europe for Citizens programme, is led by Municipality of Novo Mesto (Slovenia) in partnership with ALDA, the Developement Centre of Novo Mesto and the municipalities of Herceg Novi (Montenegro), Torun (Poland), Vilafranca de Penedés (Spain), Trnava (Slovakia), Langhenagen (Germany), Buhel (Germany), Bihac (Bosnia and Herzegovina).This cooperation will last two years and its main objective will be the creation of a strong network of twinning towns to mutually promote cultural tourism and raise awareness among citizens on the importance of cultural heritage. During the first meeting, partners had the opportunity not only to get to know each other and present their respective towns, but they could take advantage of the networking cocktail to interact with local actors operating in the cultural heritage field. The focus being on cultural heritage, international participants were invited to join a guided tour to discover Vicenza’s historical beauties, while an interactive tour for kids also took place, in order to stress the importance of educating young generations to appreciate local cultural heritage and to share the methodology applied to do so. br />


ALDA Activity Report 2018

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Corso informativo su bandi e programmi UE 2014-2020

Parte il 12 dicembre 2018 il corso informativo sui programmi UE 2014 – 2020 fornisce le informazioni e gli strumenti necessari per muovere i primi passi e orientarsi nell’universo dei programmi di finanziamento dell’Unione Europea, alla luce della programmazione 2014-2020 e le anteprime della nuova programmazione europea 2021-2027.

Attraverso il corso informativo proposto, i partecipanti avranno la possibilità di:

− conoscere i programmi comunitari;

− reperire le informazioni necessarie;

− identificare possibili bandi di interesse

 

Programma

Il corso sviluppa in particolare le seguenti tematiche:

− Come informarsi: ricerca delle informazioni comunitarie e strumenti di informazione.

− Programmi diretti e indiretti 2014-2020: Programmi ed iniziative comunitarie per il periodo 2014-2020, con particolare riferimento ai programmi di maggior rilievo in ambito educativo, culturale, economico, occupazionale, sociale, ambientale, sportivo, governance, cooperazione e ricerca.

− Anteprima della programmazione comunitaria 2021-2027

 

Destinatari

Il corso informativo è rivolto a chi intende apprendere e/o migliorare le proprie competenze in tema di finanziamenti comunitari, al fine di accrescere le capacità di utilizzo dei Programmi Europei. Il corso è quindi indirizzato a studenti, operatori sociali e culturali, associazioni, enti locali, ecc. Non è richiesta alcuna competenza di base, ma è consigliata una conoscenza minima della lingua inglese.

 

Metodologia

Tutti gli incontri si articolano in momenti di lezione frontale ed esempi pratici (bandi e progetti realizzati). Inoltre, l’ultima lezione del corso sarà interamente dedicata ad un lavoro pratico in gruppi mirato alla ricerca di bandi di interesse per i partecipanti e l’individuazione di potenziali idee progettuali. I formatori saranno disponibili per consulenza e coaching individuali durante la durata del corso.

 

Formatori

I formatori saranno figure esperte, con una documentata e significativa esperienza pluriennale nell’ambito della progettazione europea. I formatori che realizzeranno il corso saranno:

− Marco Boaria, Responsabile del Dipartimento Risorse e Sviluppo di ALDA;

− Anna Ditta, Progettista di ALDA;

− Sofia Corsi, Progettista di ALDA;

Inoltre, esperti ad hoc potranno intervenire al corso.

 

Informazioni Logistiche

Il corso si terrà da mercoledì 12 dicembre 2018 a mercoledì 6 febbraio 2019, per un totale di 7 incontri (un giorno alla settimana) di 3 ore ciascuno (21 ore di formazione). Il corso si svolgerà dalle 18.30 alle 21.30. L’orario serale è stato scelto al fine di incontrare le esigenze di coloro che studiano o lavorano. Il corso si svolgerà presso la Sala formativa di ALDA, in Viale Milano 66 a Vicenza.

 

Costi

Il corso di formazione ha un costo complessivo di 350 euro (IVA inclusa). Il costo include i materiali formativi che saranno distribuiti durante il corso. I soci ALDA e i giovani fino a 26 anni possono usufruire di uno sconto del 10%, per un totale di 315,00 € (IVA inclusa). Nel caso in cui il partecipante decidesse di aderire anche al Laboratorio pratico di euro-progettazione, complementare al presente corso informativo ed in partenza a febbraio 2019 (date da definire), il prezzo speciale per entrambi i corsi sarà di 890,00 € IVA inclusa (anziché 1.040,00 €). I soci di ALDA e gli studenti fino a 26 anni possono usufruire dello sconto del 10% sul pacchetto, per un totale di 801,00 €.

 

Informazioni e Iscrizioni

Per le iscrizioni si prega di compilare questo FORM ONLINE, entro il 10 dicembre 2018.

Consulta il programma dettagliato del corso

Per maggiori informazioni si prega di contattare Anna Ditta:

Email: anna.ditta@aldaintranet.org – Tel. 0444 540146.

 

Attestato di Frequenza

Al termine del corso verrà consegnato un attestato di frequenza rilasciato da ALDA, partner strategico della Commissione Europea e del Consiglio d’Europa.

Parte il 12 dicembre 2018 il corso informativo sui programmi UE 2014 – 2020 fornisce le informazioni e gli strumenti necessari per muovere i primi passi e orientarsi nell’universo dei programmi di finanziamento dell’Unione Europea, alla luce della programmazione 2014-2020 e le anteprime della nuova programmazione europea 2021-2027.

Attraverso il corso informativo proposto, i partecipanti avranno la possibilità di:

− conoscere i programmi comunitari;

− reperire le informazioni necessarie;

− identificare possibili bandi di interesse

 

Programma

Il corso sviluppa in particolare le seguenti tematiche:

− Come informarsi: ricerca delle informazioni comunitarie e strumenti di informazione.

− Programmi diretti e indiretti 2014-2020: Programmi ed iniziative comunitarie per il periodo 2014-2020, con particolare riferimento ai programmi di maggior rilievo in ambito educativo, culturale, economico, occupazionale, sociale, ambientale, sportivo, governance, cooperazione e ricerca.

− Anteprima della programmazione comunitaria 2021-2027

 

Destinatari

Il corso informativo è rivolto a chi intende apprendere e/o migliorare le proprie competenze in tema di finanziamenti comunitari, al fine di accrescere le capacità di utilizzo dei Programmi Europei. Il corso è quindi indirizzato a studenti, operatori sociali e culturali, associazioni, enti locali, ecc. Non è richiesta alcuna competenza di base, ma è consigliata una conoscenza minima della lingua inglese.

 

Metodologia

Tutti gli incontri si articolano in momenti di lezione frontale ed esempi pratici (bandi e progetti realizzati). Inoltre, l’ultima lezione del corso sarà interamente dedicata ad un lavoro pratico in gruppi mirato alla ricerca di bandi di interesse per i partecipanti e l’individuazione di potenziali idee progettuali. I formatori saranno disponibili per consulenza e coaching individuali durante la durata del corso.

 

Formatori

I formatori saranno figure esperte, con una documentata e significativa esperienza pluriennale nell’ambito della progettazione europea. I formatori che realizzeranno il corso saranno:

− Marco Boaria, Responsabile del Dipartimento Risorse e Sviluppo di ALDA;

− Anna Ditta, Progettista di ALDA;

− Sofia Corsi, Progettista di ALDA;

Inoltre, esperti ad hoc potranno intervenire al corso.

 

Informazioni Logistiche

Il corso si terrà da mercoledì 12 dicembre 2018 a mercoledì 6 febbraio 2019, per un totale di 7 incontri (un giorno alla settimana) di 3 ore ciascuno (21 ore di formazione). Il corso si svolgerà dalle 18.30 alle 21.30. L’orario serale è stato scelto al fine di incontrare le esigenze di coloro che studiano o lavorano. Il corso si svolgerà presso la Sala formativa di ALDA, in Viale Milano 66 a Vicenza.

 

Costi

Il corso di formazione ha un costo complessivo di 350 euro (IVA inclusa). Il costo include i materiali formativi che saranno distribuiti durante il corso. I soci ALDA e i giovani fino a 26 anni possono usufruire di uno sconto del 10%, per un totale di 315,00 € (IVA inclusa). Nel caso in cui il partecipante decidesse di aderire anche al Laboratorio pratico di euro-progettazione, complementare al presente corso informativo ed in partenza a febbraio 2019 (date da definire), il prezzo speciale per entrambi i corsi sarà di 890,00 € IVA inclusa (anziché 1.040,00 €). I soci di ALDA e gli studenti fino a 26 anni possono usufruire dello sconto del 10% sul pacchetto, per un totale di 801,00 €.

 

Informazioni e Iscrizioni

Per le iscrizioni si prega di compilare questo FORM ONLINE, entro il 10 dicembre 2018.

Consulta il programma dettagliato del corso

Per maggiori informazioni si prega di contattare Anna Ditta:

Email: anna.ditta@aldaintranet.org – Tel. 0444 540146.

 

Attestato di Frequenza

Al termine del corso verrà consegnato un attestato di frequenza rilasciato da ALDA, partner strategico della Commissione Europea e del Consiglio d’Europa.