ALDA is glad to announce that our partner organisation “Sur les pas d’Albert Londres” won the European Citizen’s Prize 2016! The prize was awarded on 12 October 2016 in Brussels, by the Vice-president of the European Parliament Sylvie Guillaume and President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz, who is also patron of the European Citizen’s Prize.

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Together with 50 other laureates from all 28 EU member states, “Sur les pas d’Albert Londres” was awarded in particular for its engagement in youth work, further education, raising awareness towards the use of multimedia and for projects on European level. The last one mainly took place in the Balkans, within the frame of the France/Balkan program for decentralised cooperation in south-west Europe. ALDA is proud of the results of the program and congratulates!

MEP Jean Paul Denanot had proposed “Sur les pas d’Albert Londres” as a candidate. The prize was received by Jean Claude Mairal, President of the association. The project “Sur les pas d’Albert Londres” aims to replicate the experiences of Albert Londres, French father of modern journalism, during his numerous trips to the Balkans, thus stimulating youngsters’ taste of adventure, curiosity and openness to other cultures.

Useful links:
France/Balkans multilateral decentralised cooperation programme

ALDA is glad to announce that our partner organisation “Sur les pas d’Albert Londres” won the European Citizen’s Prize 2016! The prize was awarded on 12 October 2016 in Brussels, by the Vice-president of the European Parliament Sylvie Guillaume and President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz, who is also patron of the European Citizen’s Prize.

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Together with 50 other laureates from all 28 EU member states, “Sur les pas d’Albert Londres” was awarded in particular for its engagement in youth work, further education, raising awareness towards the use of multimedia and for projects on European level. The last one mainly took place in the Balkans, within the frame of the France/Balkan program for decentralised cooperation in south-west Europe. ALDA is proud of the results of the program and congratulates!

MEP Jean Paul Denanot had proposed “Sur les pas d’Albert Londres” as a candidate. The prize was received by Jean Claude Mairal, President of the association. The project “Sur les pas d’Albert Londres” aims to replicate the experiences of Albert Londres, French father of modern journalism, during his numerous trips to the Balkans, thus stimulating youngsters’ taste of adventure, curiosity and openness to other cultures.

Useful links:
France/Balkans multilateral decentralised cooperation programme