Four trainers of ALDA provided a training on citizen participation and innovative methodologies for young Tunisian activists from 9 to 14 September in Hammamet. The activity is part of the EU-funded project Vox in Box, led by our partner association Lam Echaml, and featuring ALDA and the Macedonian NGO Metamorphosis as partners.
Aim of the trainings organized by the three associations is increasing public awareness on the importance of the upcoming national elections in Tunisia. Over 120 young activists of Lam Echaml participated, representing six regions in the country.
“The week was inspiring and intense” said Anna Ditta, lead trainer for ALDA. “Young activists coming from all over Tunisia shared their enthusiasm and motivation to contribute to the democratic transition of their country, in this historical and complicated moment. Their contagious energy rewarded the work of ALDA, who participated with a training on participative methodologies for engaging citizens in the life of their community, before, during and especially after the vote. Wishing Tunisia a bright future!”
Four trainers of ALDA provided a training on citizen participation and innovative methodologies for young Tunisian activists from 9 to 14 September in Hammamet. The activity is part of the EU-funded project Vox in Box, led by our partner association Lam Echaml, and featuring ALDA and the Macedonian NGO Metamorphosis as partners.
Aim of the trainings organized by the three associations is increasing public awareness on the importance of the upcoming national elections in Tunisia. Over 120 young activists of Lam Echaml participated, representing six regions in the country.
“The week was inspiring and intense” said Anna Ditta, lead trainer for ALDA. “Young activists coming from all over Tunisia shared their enthusiasm and motivation to contribute to the democratic transition of their country, in this historical and complicated moment. Their contagious energy rewarded the work of ALDA, who participated with a training onparticipative methodologies for engaging citizens in the life of their community, before, during and especially after the vote. Wishing Tunisia a bright future!”