Reconstructing the way forward to EU integration

L' Online Regional Thematic Network Forum and the Annual Network Conference organised by the Local Democracy Agency Subotica and the consortium members of the “Regional Youth Compact for Europe” project took place on 25th and 26th of March 2021.

A wide range of speakers and experts coming from the Western Balkans countries presented a snapshot of the ideas that can most inspire and transform our future.

Around 50 participants attended virtual meeting, bringing to each panel discussion different experiences and perspectives, such as: the role of the thematic networks, the democratic culture e il regional EU accession challenges. All conferences were streamed daily on our Facebook page.

We consider regional cooperation as a tool in bringing us closer to the European Union and in contributing to the reconciliation process in the region.

The “Regional Youth Compact for Europe” project has developed different forms engaging young people in the local decision-making process, but also educational training tools in regards to empowering them and help them getting to the political field. These activities are part of our process to both develop the Balkans Network for Local Democracy, and to exchange best practises; while using expertise of other stakeholders and strengthening regional cooperation. We consider regional cooperation as a tool in bringing us closer to the European Union and in contributing to the reconciliation process in the region.

Our messages come from the local level and spread across the region are really important.

Natasa Vuckovic, Executive director of the Centre for Democracy Foundation and ALDA’s Governing Board member stated: “we have focus on several things before: on local democracy on youth organization, and local organizations. We have focused on making young people influent by educating them, training them, empowering them on the topic of rule of law”.

This activity has been organised within “Regional Youth Compact for Europe”, a three-year project implemented by Center for Democracy Foundation and 13 partners. The project is funded by the European Union and co-funded by Balkan Trust for Democracy.

L' Online Regional Thematic Network Forum and the Annual Network Conference organised by the Local Democracy Agency Subotica and the consortium members of the “Regional Youth Compact for Europe” project took place on 25th and 26th of March 2021.

A wide range of speakers and experts coming from the Western Balkans countries presented a snapshot of the ideas that can most inspire and transform our future.

Around 50 participants attended virtual meeting, bringing to each panel discussion different experiences and perspectives, such as: the role of the thematic networks, the democratic culture e il regional EU accession challenges. All conferences were streamed daily on our Facebook page.

We consider regional cooperation as a tool in bringing us closer to the European Union and in contributing to the reconciliation process in the region

The “Regional Youth Compact for Europe” project has developed different forms engaging young people in the local decision-making process, but also educational training tools in regards to empowering them and help them getting to the political field. These activities are part of our process to both develop the Balkans Network for Local Democracy, and to exchange best practises; while using expertise of other stakeholders and strengthening regional cooperation. We consider regional cooperation as a tool in bringing us closer to the European Union and in contributing to the reconciliation process in the region.

Our messages come from the local level and spread across the region are really important.

Natasa Vuckovic, Executive director of the Centre for Democracy Foundation and ALDA’s Governing Board member stated: “we have focus on several things before: on local democracy on youth organization, and local organizations. We have focused on making young people influent by educating them, training them, empowering them on the topic of rule of law”.

This activity has been organised within “Regional Youth Compact for Europe”, a three-year project implemented by Center for Democracy Foundation and 13 partners. The project is funded by the European Union and co-funded by Balkan Trust for Democracy.


Interessanti webinar per concludere in bellezza il progetto APProach

Il 5, 11 e 25 marzo 2021 progetto europeo APPRoach ha ospitato 3 webinar e invitato grandi relatori ed esperti per avere interessanti e arricchenti dibattiti sulla cittadinanza, l'impatto di COVID19 sugli strumenti digitali, nuove forme di partecipazione civica come il voto elettronico e il posto della partecipazione civica in questa era digitale.

Grazie a tutti i partecipanti e ai relatori: Simon Delakorda, Direttore - Istituto per la partecipazione elettronica; Edoardo Guglielmetti, Consigliere per lo sviluppo urbano - Commissario di Bruxelles per l'Europa e le Organizzazioni Internazionali; Jean-François Maljean, Capo di progetto - Contrat de Quartier Durable - Comune di Etterbeek (Administration communale Etterbeek); Dr. W. Lewis Johnson, Presidente del Consiglio di Amministrazione, CEO e Co-Fondatore - Alelo; Vincent Morel, DSIN /STIN - Comune di Parigi (Ville de Paris); Francesco Pala, Capo Dipartimento Segretario Generale - Associazione Europea per la Democrazia Locale; Antonella Valmorbida, Segretario Generale - Associazione Europea per la Democrazia Locale; Daniela Vancic , Responsabile del Programma Europeo - Democracy International; Emanuela Vita, Coordinatore del progetto - Comune di Milano

Una 3 giorni di grandi dibattiti e discussioni per la conferenza finale del progetto APProach

Non sei riuscito a partecipare ai webinar? Vuoi rivedere i webinar? I webinar saranno disponibili online sulla pagina  Facebook del progetto e sulle pagine Facebook e Youtube di ALDA.

 

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A partire da aprile 2018, il progetto APProach è cofinanziato dal programma Diritti, Uguaglianza e Cittadinanza (REC) dell'Unione Europea, con l'obiettivo di facilitare la circolazione delle informazioni verso i cittadini mobili dell'UE affinché possano esercitare efficacemente i loro diritti nella loro città accogliente. Il progetto APProach sta lavorando per colmare una lacuna esistente che limita l'esercizio dei diritti civici dei cittadini attraverso la co-creazione di una piattaforma online, la piattaforma APProach. Questo ecosistema digitale è stato progettato con la partecipazione attiva dei cittadini mobili dell'UE e delle nostre città partner Etterbeek (Belgio), Milano (Italia), Nea Smyrni (Grecia), Parigi (Francia), Vejle (Danimarca), Lisbona (Portogallo), Amsterdam (Paesi Bassi) e Varsavia (Polonia).

 

Per maggiori informazioni sul progetto APProach

Scrivi una mail: approachproject@aldaintranet.org 

Il 5, 11 e 25 marzo 2021 progetto europeo APPRoach ha ospitato 3 webinar e invitato grandi relatori ed esperti per avere interessanti e arricchenti dibattiti sulla cittadinanza, l'impatto di COVID19 sugli strumenti digitali, nuove forme di partecipazione civica come il voto elettronico e il posto della partecipazione civica in questa era digitale.

Grazie a tutti i partecipanti e ai relatori: Simon Delakorda, Direttore - Istituto per la partecipazione elettronica; Edoardo Guglielmetti, Consigliere per lo sviluppo urbano - Commissario di Bruxelles per l'Europa e le Organizzazioni Internazionali; Jean-François Maljean, Capo di progetto - Contrat de Quartier Durable - Comune di Etterbeek (Administration communale Etterbeek); Dr. W. Lewis Johnson, Presidente del Consiglio di Amministrazione, CEO e Co-Fondatore - Alelo; Vincent Morel, DSIN /STIN - Comune di Parigi (Ville de Paris); Francesco Pala, Capo Dipartimento Segretario Generale - Associazione Europea per la Democrazia Locale; Antonella Valmorbida, Segretario Generale - Associazione Europea per la Democrazia Locale; Daniela Vancic , Responsabile del Programma Europeo - Democracy International; Emanuela Vita, Coordinatore del progetto - Comune di Milano

Una 3 giorni di grandi dibattiti e discussioni per la conferenza finale del progetto APProach

Non sei riuscito a partecipare ai webinar? Vuoi rivedere i webinar? I webinar saranno disponibili online sulla pagina  Facebook del progetto e sulle pagine Facebook e Youtube di ALDA.

 

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A partire da aprile 2018, il progetto APProach è cofinanziato dal programma Diritti, Uguaglianza e Cittadinanza (REC) dell'Unione Europea, con l'obiettivo di facilitare la circolazione delle informazioni verso i cittadini mobili dell'UE affinché possano esercitare efficacemente i loro diritti nella loro città accogliente. Il progetto APProach sta lavorando per colmare una lacuna esistente che limita l'esercizio dei diritti civici dei cittadini attraverso la co-creazione di una piattaforma online, la piattaforma APProach. Questo ecosistema digitale è stato progettato con la partecipazione attiva dei cittadini mobili dell'UE e delle nostre città partner Etterbeek (Belgio), Milano (Italia), Nea Smyrni (Grecia), Parigi (Francia), Vejle (Danimarca), Lisbona (Portogallo), Amsterdam (Paesi Bassi) e Varsavia (Polonia).

 

Per maggiori informazioni sul progetto APProach

Scrivi una mail: approachproject@aldaintranet.org 


Reconnecting the European Union to its citizens

In a period of great challenges and new global orders, some of the oldest questions for humanity come back to our mind: “where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?”

Especially the last inquiry is a fundamental one: What is our future going to be? And more specifically, concerning the European Union: how the future of Europe will be, and how to shape it?  

L' Conference on the Future of Europe (CoFoE) has a specific and strategic function in answering those questions and in building up our further steps. 

As also recalled in the Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council, in light of the impressive number of citizens voting in the 2019 European election (more than 200 million), the message is pretty clear: Europeans are asking for greater participation and want a more active role in shaping the European Union’s future. Thus, the CoFoE has to be the perfect occasion to allow citizens to be part of it, to be – in other words – actively involved. 

So far, the agenda of the Conference is everything but empty, hence is already full of crucial issues such as: fight against climate change, an economy that works for people, promotion of EU values, social fairness, equality and inclusiveness, as well as institutional matters related to the democratic process and the establishment of transnational lists for elections.

In order to reach sustainable, effective and long-lasting  goals, having citizens involved is extremely important

It comes every time clearer that, in order to reach sustainable, effective and long-lasting  goals, having citizens involved is extremely important, and in this sense the Civil Society Convention on the Future of Europe plays a fundamental role. As already mentioned in our previous news (qui), ALDA has been not only actively involved since the very beginning, but it has also been an unresting promoter and key actor in joining the Civil Society Convention. Hence, Civil Society Europe, in cooperation with pan-Europeans organisations and associations and ALDA among those, is “working towards regenerating the European project around the shared values of Equality, Solidarity, Inclusiveness and Democracy”,  aiming at making the above-mentioned Convention into “the civil society interlocutor for the EU institutions". Clearly, this happens at the right moment and it is perfectly responding to the overall intentions of the Commission to encourage a stronger partnership between European policy-makers and European civil society. 

Once again, ALDA is very honoured to be part of this great moment of change, taking actions for the best of Europe’s future, by making its long-lasting expertise at disposal, while being inspired by the European Commission contribution.

In a period of great challenges and new global orders, some of the oldest questions for humanity come back to our mind: “where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?”

Especially the last inquiry is a fundamental one: What is our future going to be? And more specifically, concerning the European Union: how the future of Europe will be, and how to shape it?  

L' Conference on the Future of Europe (CoFoE) has a specific and strategic function in answering those questions and in building up our further steps. 

As also recalled in the Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council, in light of the impressive number of citizens voting in the 2019 European election (more than 200 million), the message is pretty clear: Europeans are asking for greater participation and want a more active role in shaping the European Union’s future. Thus, the CoFoE has to be the perfect occasion to allow citizens to be part of it, to be – in other words – actively involved. 

So far, the agenda of the Conference is everything but empty, hence is already full of crucial issues such as: fight against climate change, an economy that works for people, promotion of EU values, social fairness, equality and inclusiveness, as well as institutional matters related to the democratic process and the establishment of transnational lists for elections.

In order to reach sustainable, effective and long-lasting  goals, having citizens involved is extremely important

It comes every time clearer that, in order to reach sustainable, effective and long-lasting  goals, having citizens involved is extremely important, and in this sense the Civil Society Convention on the Future of Europe plays a fundamental role. As already mentioned in our previous news (qui), ALDA has been not only actively involved since the very beginning, but it has also been an unresting promoter and key actor in joining the Civil Society Convention. Hence, Civil Society Europe, in cooperation with pan-Europeans organisations and associations and ALDA among those, is “working towards regenerating the European project around the shared values of Equality, Solidarity, Inclusiveness and Democracy”,  aiming at making the above-mentioned Convention into “the civil society interlocutor for the EU institutions". Clearly, this happens at the right moment and it is perfectly responding to the overall intentions of the Commission to encourage a stronger partnership between European policy-makers and European civil society. 

Once again, ALDA is very honoured to be part of this great moment of change, taking actions for the best of Europe’s future, by making its long-lasting expertise at disposal, while being inspired by the European Commission contribution.


Celebrating INTERREG 30 years!

The just-ended year marked the 30th anniversary of the EU cooperation programme “Interreg”, after five programming periods, hundreds of projects implemented and changes in the life of over 170 million European Citizens. But what does it stand for? Well, the whole name would be “European Territorial Co-operation” but among Europeans, everyone calls it “Interreg” and is one of the fundamental instruments that the Union has in order to support cross-border cooperation for tackling common challenges, while working together to find common solutions.

Projects developed within “Interreg” are targeted to promote cooperation in different fields: from sustainable energy and environment to research, health and sport. Going a little bit further in details, “Interreg” has three main types of projects: cross border, transnational and interregional. It also represented one of the two goals of the EU Cohesion Policy for the programming period 2014-2020, and it aims to tackle three main goals for EU research and innovation policy, summarised as Open Innovation, Open Science and Open to the World in the next programming period.

Projects developed within “Interreg” are targeted to promote cooperation in different fields: from sustainable energy and environment to research, health and sport

To celebrate this important anniversary, “Interreg” has focused on three main topics neighbours, green and youth. Especially latter’s ideas have been collected in the Manifesto for Young People by Young People to Shape the European Cooperation Policy. This work illustrates perceptions as well as expectations that young people have when talking about European Territorial Cooperation.  

From a general perspective, young people express five main concerns and will:

  1. Equal opportunities to learn;
  2. fair access to decent employment opportunities;
  3. more digitally attractive access to information;
  4. serious actions on climate change implemented by Local Authorities 
  5. involvement in the decision making processes

Building up on these five key messages, Interreg strategies can be adapted, for example:

  1. Offering intercultural learning opportunities;
  2. Helping in spreading job opportunities across borders;
  3. Using more youth-oriented calls
  4. Prioritizing online meeting to physical ones so that to reduce CO2 emissions 
  5. Financing “people-to-people” projects

If you want to know more about it, check this news weekly! We are going to find out more about them step by step.

 

 

  • … To be continued until recommendation 12!

The just-ended year marked the 30th anniversary of the EU cooperation programme “Interreg”, after five programming periods, hundreds of projects implemented and changes in the life of over 170 million European Citizens. But what does it stand for? Well, the whole name would be “European Territorial Co-operation” but among Europeans, everyone calls it “Interreg” and is one of the fundamental instruments that the Union has in order to support cross-border cooperation for tackling common challenges, while working together to find common solutions.

Projects developed within “Interreg” are targeted to promote cooperation in different fields: from sustainable energy and environment to research, health and sport. Going a little bit further in details, “Interreg” has three main types of projects: cross border, transnational and interregional. It also represented one of the two goals of the EU Cohesion Policy for the programming period 2014-2020, and it aims to tackle three main goals for EU research and innovation policy, summarised as Open Innovation, Open Science and Open to the World in the next programming period.

Projects developed within “Interreg” are targeted to promote cooperation in different fields: from sustainable energy and environment to research, health and sport

To celebrate this important anniversary, “Interreg” has focused on three main topics neighbours, green and youth. Especially latter’s ideas have been collected in the Manifesto for Young People by Young People to Shape the European Cooperation Policy. This work illustrates perceptions as well as expectations that young people have when talking about European Territorial Cooperation.  

From a general perspective, young people express five main concerns and will:

  1. Equal opportunities to learn;
  2. fair access to decent employment opportunities;
  3. more digitally attractive access to information;
  4. serious actions on climate change implemented by Local Authorities 
  5. involvement in the decision making processes

Building up on these five key messages, Interreg strategies can be adapted, for example:

  1. Offering intercultural learning opportunities;
  2. Helping in spreading job opportunities across borders;
  3. Using more youth-oriented calls
  4. Prioritizing online meeting to physical ones so that to reduce CO2 emissions 
  5. Financing “people-to-people” projects

If you want to know more about it, check this news weekly! We are going to find out more about them step by step.

 

 

  • … To be continued until recommendation 12!


Mr. Ioseb Khakhaleishvili elected major of Kutaisi

Great news from Kutaisi “the city of roses”

We are delighted to hear that Mr. Ioseb Khakhaleishvili, who has been our delegate from LDA Georgia, has been elected as major of Kutaisi.

Last week ALDA, together with Governing Board Member Ms. Shorena Khukhua, met Mr. Khakhaleishvili to congratulate him on this great new position.

Sharing stories of success and reciprocity

ALDA has always had a great and long-lasting cooperation with the city of Kutaisi, and we are more than motivated and glad to keep on working together, while sharing stories of success and reciprocity.

We wish him best of luck and we are looking forward for future projects together.

If you are willing to know more about the promotion of local democracy in Georgia, please visit  LDA Georgia

Great news from Kutaisi “the city of roses”

We are delighted to hear that Mr. Ioseb Khakhaleishvili, who has been our delegate from LDA Georgia, has been elected as major of Kutaisi.

Last week ALDA, together with Governing Board Member Ms. Shorena Khukhua, met Mr. Khakhaleishvili to congratulate him on this great new position.

Sharing stories of success and reciprocity

ALDA has always had a great and long-lasting cooperation with the city of Kutaisi, and we are more than motivated and glad to keep on working together, while sharing stories of success and reciprocity.

We wish him best of luck and we are looking forward for future projects together.

If you are willing to know more about the promotion of local democracy in Georgia, please visit  LDA Georgia


IMPACT presenta lo spettacolo teatrale "Game" per promuovere la tolleranza e la coesione

l 27 febbraio 2021 è stata presentata la prima di "Game", uno spettacolo teatrale eseguito dal Teatro della Gioventù di Mostar (MTM) in collaborazione con l'Agenzia della Democrazia Locale di Mostar, organizzato nell'ambito del progetto IMPACT. "Game" è il risultato di un impegno a lungo termine per rappresentare e riprodurre le storie di vita dei migranti di Mostar (campo di Salakovac, Bosnia ed Erzegovina). In precedenza, per conoscere le loro storie, erano stati organizzati workshop con i migranti locali e le loro famiglie. Nel complesso, l'obiettivo era quello di includerli nella comunità locale, promuovendo così la tolleranza e la coesione. Gli attori di MTM hanno raccolto le loro storie e le hanno presentate nel modo più potente, come uno spettacolo unico che emanava messaggi universali di pace, inclusione sociale, solidarietà e senso di appartenenza.

Lavorare con i migranti è stato piuttosto emozionante e toccante

Lo spettacolo teatrale è stato diretto da Sead Djulic e interpretato da Sara Kljajic, Edina Delalic, Irma Lipovac, Ali Kamer Aksoy, Haris Habibija e Haris Pasic.

  • Se sei interessato a vedere la prima teatrale, puoi guardarla qui
  • Puoi anche veder l'album fotografico qui

Il progetto IMPACT è sostenuto dal programma Erasmus+ dell'Unione europea e realizzato da VIFIN - Videnscenter per l'integrazione in collaborazione con ALDA, La Piccionaia - Centro di produzione teatrale, ADL Montenegro, ADL Mostar, Coalizione delle organizzazioni giovanili SEGA, Associazione per lo sviluppo del volontariato Novo Mesto (DRPDNM) e Centro di sviluppo urbano.

l 27 febbraio 2021 è stata presentata la prima di "Game", uno spettacolo teatrale eseguito dal Teatro della Gioventù di Mostar (MTM) in collaborazione con l'Agenzia della Democrazia Locale di Mostar, organizzato nell'ambito del progetto IMPACT. "Game" è il risultato di un impegno a lungo termine per rappresentare e riprodurre le storie di vita dei migranti di Mostar (campo di Salakovac, Bosnia ed Erzegovina). In precedenza, per conoscere le loro storie, erano stati organizzati workshop con i migranti locali e le loro famiglie. Nel complesso, l'obiettivo era quello di includerli nella comunità locale, promuovendo così la tolleranza e la coesione. Gli attori di MTM hanno raccolto le loro storie e le hanno presentate nel modo più potente, come uno spettacolo unico che emanava messaggi universali di pace, inclusione sociale, solidarietà e senso di appartenenza.

Lavorare con i migranti è stato piuttosto emozionante e toccante

Lo spettacolo teatrale è stato diretto da Sead Djulic e interpretato da Sara Kljajic, Edina Delalic, Irma Lipovac, Ali Kamer Aksoy, Haris Habibija e Haris Pasic.

  • Se sei interessato a vedere la prima teatrale, puoi guardarla qui
  • Puoi anche veder l'album fotografico qui

Il progetto IMPACT è sostenuto dal programma Erasmus+ dell'Unione europea e realizzato da VIFIN - Videnscenter per l'integrazione in collaborazione con ALDA, La Piccionaia - Centro di produzione teatrale, ADL Montenegro, ADL Mostar, Coalizione delle organizzazioni giovanili SEGA, Associazione per lo sviluppo del volontariato Novo Mesto (DRPDNM) e Centro di sviluppo urbano.


L'ADL Moldova come attore chiave nel quadro politico nazionale

Il 1 marzo il nostro collega Alexandru Coica - a nome dell'ADL Moldova - ha partecipato alla consultazione organizzata dal presidente moldavo per affrontare l'attuale crisi politica. Così, al fine di superare quest'ultima, OSC, giudici e professionisti si sono riuniti condividendo le loro competenze per quanto riguarda - ad esempio - il rispetto dello stato di diritto e la democrazia. Quindi, in questi giorni, la Moldavia sta cercando soluzioni per rompere lo stallo politico, che risulta dalla dicotomia tra gli atteggiamenti basati sulla corruzione della maggioranza parlamentare PSRM-Sor da un lato, e la volontà di cambiamento e il desiderio di sovranità della popolazione dall'altro.

La Moldavia deve svolgere il ruolo fondamentale di essere una democrazia stabile e matura nel partenariato orientale

Invitare i rappresentanti della società civile al dibattito è un segnale positivo da parte delle autorità nazionali e, come ha detto lo stesso Alexandru, "ampie consultazioni all'interno dei diversi livelli della società sono importanti per garantire che venga identificata una soluzione democratica, legale e rappresentativa".

Gli aspetti chiave e cruciali sollevati durante il dibattito devono essere tenuti a mente: la soluzione - indipendentemente da quale sarà - dovrà essere focalizzata sul benessere dei cittadini. Inoltre dovrebbe essere presa in un breve periodo di tempo, per il meglio della popolazione. Inoltre, non bisogna dimenticare la prospettiva geografica. Siamo tutti ben consapevoli delle situazioni attuali in Bielorussia, Georgia, così come in Armenia e Azerbaigian; quindi, la Moldavia deve svolgere il ruolo fondamentale di essere una democrazia stabile e matura nel partenariato orientale.

Partecipare a questo dibattito cruciale non solo testimonia l'importanza dell'ADL Moldova come partner strategico chiave a livello politico, ma sprona tutti noi a continuare il nostro lavoro come promotori della democrazia, vicini alle realtà locali e ai bisogni dei cittadini.

Il 1 marzo il nostro collega Alexandru Coica - a nome dell'ADL Moldova - ha partecipato alla consultazione organizzata dal presidente moldavo per affrontare l'attuale crisi politica. Così, al fine di superare quest'ultima, OSC, giudici e professionisti si sono riuniti condividendo le loro competenze per quanto riguarda - ad esempio - il rispetto dello stato di diritto e la democrazia. Quindi, in questi giorni, la Moldavia sta cercando soluzioni per rompere lo stallo politico, che risulta dalla dicotomia tra gli atteggiamenti basati sulla corruzione della maggioranza parlamentare PSRM-Sor da un lato, e la volontà di cambiamento e il desiderio di sovranità della popolazione dall'altro.

La Moldavia deve svolgere il ruolo fondamentale di essere una democrazia stabile e matura nel partenariato orientale

Invitare i rappresentanti della società civile al dibattito è un segnale positivo da parte delle autorità nazionali e, come ha detto lo stesso Alexandru, "ampie consultazioni all'interno dei diversi livelli della società sono importanti per garantire che venga identificata una soluzione democratica, legale e rappresentativa".

Gli aspetti chiave e cruciali sollevati durante il dibattito devono essere tenuti a mente: la soluzione - indipendentemente da quale sarà - dovrà essere focalizzata sul benessere dei cittadini. Inoltre dovrebbe essere presa in un breve periodo di tempo, per il meglio della popolazione. Inoltre, non bisogna dimenticare la prospettiva geografica. Siamo tutti ben consapevoli delle situazioni attuali in Bielorussia, Georgia, così come in Armenia e Azerbaigian; quindi, la Moldavia deve svolgere il ruolo fondamentale di essere una democrazia stabile e matura nel partenariato orientale.

Partecipare a questo dibattito cruciale non solo testimonia l'importanza dell'ADL Moldova come partner strategico chiave a livello politico, ma sprona tutti noi a continuare il nostro lavoro come promotori della democrazia, vicini alle realtà locali e ai bisogni dei cittadini.


Junior Finances officer (Italy)

ALDA is looking for a Junior Finances Officer con sede a Vicenza (Italy) who, reporting directly to the Head of the Financial Department, will deal with the financial reporting of projects closely working with project manager and the senior staff of ALDA; update the ALDA financial instruments for analytic accountability and registration; draft dossiers with justificatory documents; support Project Managers and the Head of the Financial Department about reallocation of projects.

Interested candidates in line with the profile described above should send their CV and cover letter in English (including 3 names and contacts of professional references) by March 10th, 2021 (23.59 CET Time) to job@aldaintranet.org with the following subject line: “Junior Finances Officer".

ALDA is looking for a Junior Finances Officer con sede a Vicenza (Italy) who, reporting directly to the Head of the Financial Department, will deal with the financial reporting of projects closely working with project manager and the senior staff of ALDA; update the ALDA financial instruments for analytic accountability and registration; draft dossiers with justificatory documents; support Project Managers and the Head of the Financial Department about reallocation of projects.

Interested candidates in line with the profile described above should send their CV and cover letter in English (including 3 names and contacts of professional references) by March 10th, 2021 (23.59 CET Time) to job@aldaintranet.org with the following subject line: “Junior Finances Officer".


Experienced EU projects reporting officer (Italy)

ALDA is looking for an experienced EU projects reporting officer con sede a Vicenza (Italy) who, reporting directly to the Head of the Financial Department, will report projects, manage relations with partners, reallocations of budget and secretary activities.

Interested candidates in line with the profile described above should send their CV and cover letter in English (including 3 names and contacts of professional references) by March 10th, 2021 (23.59 CET Time) to job@aldaintranet.org with the following subject line: “Experienced EU projects reporting officer".

ALDA is looking for an experienced EU projects reporting officer con sede a Vicenza (Italy) who, reporting directly to the Head of the Financial Department, will report projects, manage relations with partners, reallocations of budget and secretary activities.

Interested candidates in line with the profile described above should send their CV and cover letter in English (including 3 names and contacts of professional references) by March 10th, 2021 (23.59 CET Time) to job@aldaintranet.org with the following subject line: “Experienced EU projects reporting officer".


Administration Officer (Italy)

ALDA is looking for an Administration Officer con sede a Vicenza (Italy) who, reporting directly to the Head of the Financial Department, will manage payments, cash flow, general accounting and administration.

Interested candidates in line with the profile described above should send their CV and cover letter in English (including 3 names and contacts of professional references) by March 10th, 2021 (23.59 CET Time) to job@aldaintranet.org with the following subject line: “Administration officer".

ALDA is looking for an Administration Officer con sede a Vicenza (Italy) who, reporting directly to the Head of the Financial Department, will manage payments, cash flow, general accounting and administration.

Interested candidates in line with the profile described above should send their CV and cover letter in English (including 3 names and contacts of professional references) by March 10th, 2021 (23.59 CET Time) to job@aldaintranet.org with the following subject line: “Administration officer".