As the end of the second triennial programme approaches, ALDA’s staff, the Skopje Office and all the partners of the cooperation will gather together for the final Steering Committee which will be held from 19th to 21st of September 2012, near the Omaha Beach (the beach of the Allied invasion) in the Lower Normandy region. The goal of this three-day formal meeting is to evaluate the previous activities and define strategies for the future course of the programme.

The decentralised cooperation between the Lower Normandy Region and Macedonia has been coordinated by ALDA for 5 consecutive years and will further develop.
During these three workdays, many participatory and creative sessions will be held in order to present the partners from Lower Normandy and Macedonia with the opportunity to summarize the results of the second triennial (2010-2013), offer suggestions for the new programme, identify and analyse the challenges. The partners will be able to share their experiences and creativity, thus contributing once more to the defining of the programme goals. All of the notional activities between the partners will be intertwined with an intercultural dimension.
For more information on the Decentralised cooperation between Lower Normandy and Macedonia please consult the sito  of the cooperation or contact Katica Janeva at katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org.

As the end of the second triennial programme approaches, ALDA’s staff, the Skopje Office and all the partners of the cooperation will gather together for the final Steering Committee which will be held from 19th to 21st of September 2012, near the Omaha Beach (the beach of the Allied invasion) in the Lower Normandy region. The goal of this three-day formal meeting is to evaluate the previous activities and define strategies for the future course of the programme.

The decentralised cooperation between the Lower Normandy Region and Macedonia has been coordinated by ALDA for 5 consecutive years and will further develop.
During these three workdays, many participatory and creative sessions will be held in order to present the partners from Lower Normandy and Macedonia with the opportunity to summarize the results of the second triennial (2010-2013), offer suggestions for the new programme, identify and analyse the challenges. The partners will be able to share their experiences and creativity, thus contributing once more to the defining of the programme goals. All of the notional activities between the partners will be intertwined with an intercultural dimension.
For more information on the Decentralised cooperation between Lower Normandy and Macedonia please consult the sito  of the cooperation or contact Katica Janeva at katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org.