The second of the four-webinar series dedicated to the disclosure of ALDA’s strategic views for 2020-2024, will focus on the Mediterranean area.

After having analyzed its action plan for Europe, in the second webinar Ms Antonella Valmorbida, ALDA Secretary General, Mr Alessandro Perelli, ALDA’s Vice President and Ms Giulia Sostero, MED area coordinator will illustrate ALDA’s views for the Mediterranean.

Join the 2nd Regional Webinar and discover our new Strategic Plan for the Mediterranean Area for 2020-2024!

The appointment is on Monday, December 14th, 2020, at 2pm CET and it is open to all ALDA members and partners willing to have an overview of our activities in the zone in the last years and learn our intentions to foster our presence and mostly cooperation with authorities and CSOs at the local level in the Mediterranean.

Indeed, ALDA has been constantly growing in number of activities and members in the MED area during the past 10 years, improvement which also brought to opening of two Local Democracy Agencies, one in Kairouan (Tunisia) and in Tétouan (Morocco).

ALDA wants to have a stronger presence in the region to contribute to da local economic development based on a more sustainable and fair approach, supporting decentralisation, local communities and civil society empowerment.

REGISTER HERE to join the conversation and let’s meet each other online on Monday, December 14th, 2020, at 2pm CET.

The second of the four-webinar series dedicated to the disclosure of ALDA’s strategic views for 2020-2024, will focus on the Mediterranean area.

After having analyzed its action plan for Europe, in the second webinar Ms Antonella Valmorbida, ALDA Secretary General, Mr Alessandro Perelli, ALDA’s Vice President and Ms Giulia Sostero, MED area coordinator will illustrate ALDA’s views for the Mediterranean.

Join the 2nd Regional Webinar and discover our new Strategic Plan for the Mediterranean Area for 2020-2024!

The appointment is on Monday, December 14th, 2020, at 2pm CET and it is open to all ALDA members and partners willing to have an overview of our activities in the zone in the last years and learn our intentions to foster our presence and mostly cooperation with authorities and CSOs at the local level in the Mediterranean.

Indeed, ALDA has been constantly growing in number of activities and members in the MED area during the past 10 years, improvement which also brought to opening of two Local Democracy Agencies, one in Kairouan (Tunisia) and in Tétouan (Morocco).

ALDA wants to have a stronger presence in the region to contribute to da local economic development based on a more sustainable and fair approach, supporting decentralisation, local communities and civil society empowerment.

REGISTER HERE to join the conversation and let’s meet each other online on Monday, December 14th, 2020, at 2pm CET.