TIC TAC project info day on the occasion of the European Local Democracy Week

Ott 23, 2012

Good governance

A TIC Tac project INFO DAY event was developed in Bucharest (Romania) on 19th October 2012.
It was organised by AMR, the Association of Municipalities of Romania with the support of Bucharest City Hall and United Nations Development Programme, UNDP and the collaboration of the Professional Body of Communicators from AMR.

This activity was organised at the same time in the UN House in Bucharest as a roundtable with presentation of Project TIC TAC, the reached results and the ELDW 2012 initiative and in the University Passage also.
In the University Passage some of the AMR team together with volunteers (students, elderly people from NGO-s) arranged a stand with promotional materials, discussed with people and gave them at their request the questionnaires “Am I an active citizen?” especially elaborated by AMR to be filled in for this occasion. The questionnaires were introduced in a ballot box and at the closing time (at 18,30 hrs) one passer by extracted a questionnaire to be validated and awarded. The big prize was awarded to a student who worked as a volunteer on the Ambulance.

The promotion actions were carried on between 10,00-18,00 hrs. Simultaneously, at the University Passage some pictures/movies/information on the 2 main subjects were showed on 2 big screens.
AMR is implementing the TIC-TAC project coordinated by ALDA focussed on the actions of the „Europe for Citizens” Programme having in view the promotion of Europe Program’s measures for Citizens and strengthening the participation of potential local actors of the program by the creation of a platform for establishing long term partnerships involving a significant number of different actors (associations of the authorities, civil society organisations, local authorities, citizens etc.)
The TIC-TAC Project included as main activities 12 local „INFO DAY” events organised in the partner countries on the „Europe for Citizens” Programme in which the local actors and citizens will cooperate based on the “peer-to-peer” approach to promote knowledge and mutual learning.