As previously announced, the ALDA General Assembly which took place on Friday October 9th, 2020, marked a crucial moment in the history of the Association.

During the Assembly, in fact, the members of ALDA’s Governing Board, in charge since 2016, had to give way to the new components elected for the mandate 2020-2024.
By this occasion, we would like to officially offer our heartfelt thanks to each of the members of the exiting Governing Board, who accompanied ALDA since their election on May 12th, 2016 at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Paris, and who guided the Association through a crucial period of growth and innovation:
– Mr. Oriano Otočan, Istria Region (HR), re-elected as ALDA President
– Mr Alessandro Perelli, Friuli-Venezia Giulia Region (IT), confirmed ALDA Vice President
– Mrs. Imislawa Gorska, Principal of the International School of Bydgoszcz, Vice President
– Ms. Branka Mracevic, Herceg Novi Municipality (ME), Vice President
– Mr. Roger Lawrence, Individual member (UK), Treasurer
– Mr. Maurizio Camin, Association “Trentino con i Balcani” (IT), confirmed member of ALDA Governing Board
– Mr. Lutfi Haziri, Gjilan Municipality (XK)
– Mr. Dobrica Milovanovic, Individual member (RS), confirmed member of ALDA Governing Board
– Mr. Alexandru Osadci, CALM – Congress of Local Authorities from Moldova (MD)
– Ms. Antònia Rosselló, Fons Mallorquí de Solidaritat i Cooperació (SP)
– Ms. Natalia Sovkopljas, UTCS – Union of Towns and Cities of Slovakia (SK)
– Mr. Francesco Zarzana, Association “Progettarte” (IT), confirmed member and elected ALDA Vice President
On the other hand, we are sure that newly elected members, among which are members of the previous Board reconfirmed for the new mandate, will be worthy successors and continue to bring forth ALDA’s mission and values with a renewed commitment!
Among the latest actions of note carried out by the exiting Governing Board, we underline the official approval of ALDA’s Code of Ethics and Conduct, a key document outlining values and standards which all ALDA’s staff, members and network are expected to share and encourage in order to assure a transparent, respectful and direct communication, both internal and external.

As previously announced, the ALDA General Assembly which took place on Friday October 9th, 2020, marked a crucial moment in the history of the Association.

During the Assembly, in fact, the members of ALDA’s Governing Board, in charge since 2016, had to give way to the new components elected for the mandate 2020-2024.
By this occasion, we would like to officially offer our heartfelt thanks to each of the members of the exiting Governing Board, who accompanied ALDA since their election on May 12th, 2016 at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Paris, and who guided the Association through a crucial period of growth and innovation:
– Mr. Oriano Otočan, Istria Region (HR), re-elected as ALDA President
– Mr Alessandro Perelli, Friuli-Venezia Giulia Region (IT), confirmed ALDA Vice President
– Mrs. Imislawa Gorska, Principal of the International School of Bydgoszcz, Vice President
– Ms. Branka Mracevic, Herceg Novi Municipality (ME), Vice President
– Mr. Roger Lawrence, Individual member (UK), Treasurer
– Mr. Maurizio Camin, Association “Trentino con i Balcani” (IT), confirmed member of ALDA Governing Board
– Mr. Lutfi Haziri, Gjilan Municipality (XK)
– Mr. Dobrica Milovanovic, Individual member (RS), confirmed member of ALDA Governing Board
– Mr. Alexandru Osadci, CALM – Congress of Local Authorities from Moldova (MD)
– Ms. Antònia Rosselló, Fons Mallorquí de Solidaritat i Cooperació (SP)
– Ms. Natalia Sovkopljas, UTCS – Union of Towns and Cities of Slovakia (SK)
– Mr. Francesco Zarzana, Association “Progettarte” (IT), confirmed member and elected ALDA Vice President
On the other hand, we are sure that newly elected members, among which are members of the previous Board reconfirmed for the new mandate, will be worthy successors and continue to bring forth ALDA’s mission and values with a renewed commitment!
Among the latest actions of note carried out by the exiting Governing Board, we underline the official approval of ALDA’s Code of Ethics and Conduct, a key document outlining values and standards which all ALDA’s staff, members and network are expected to share and encourage in order to assure a transparent, respectful and direct communication, both internal and external.