Inspiring new topics in the ALDA Talks 2020-2021: discover the calendar and register now!
After the success of the first ALDATalks series, we are glad to announce the launch of the 2020-2021 edition, with many exciting new topics to debate! An inside look at the core of our projects while sharing the expertise of our members and partners. Want to discover more? Have a look at our calendar!
Throughout the programme, the speakers will touch upon several different subjects mostly related to the focus of projects and activities that we are running together with our network. With the aim to share ideas and best practices, we will discuss inclusion in different spheres of life, gender equality, but also art as a channel to promote social inclusion and revitalize the cities we live in. In an investigation of the extremely current topics of fake news & digital literacy, we will share tools to raise awareness on online information; and, by delving into the topic of clean energy and circular economy, our speakers will analyse the means we have at hand to reduce waste and consumption in order to make our planet a better place.
This new webinar series will be an excellent opportunity for all speakers and participants to explore best practices as well as the achievements obtained by our members and networks through different experiences; and at the end of each talk we’ll give YOU the floor, for you to ask your questions and offer your inputs and opinions on the subject!
So… get ready to meet us online! Our first new ALDAtalk webinar will take place on September 22nd at 3pm CEST to learn about a couple of great practices by friendly cities on the topic of migrants’ inclusion, designed and implemented by two partners of the EPIC project: Solidaridad Sin Fronteras (SSF) and KITEV.
After a presentation of the project European Platform of Integrating Cities (EPIC), which addresses the challenges of the integration of migrants by targeting medium-sized cities that have the need to develop expertise in different areas, SSF will present the services, managed in collaboration with the Municipality of Alcorcon, designed to implement the job employment rate within migrants’ communities. Project coordinator Gianna Gardeweg of KITEV will then add to the discussion by explaining how it is possible to foster civic cohesion through the example of their project with the Free University Oberhausen, "Giving power to the people", a sociocultural initiative run by citizens and migrants who can propose courses and lessons thus creating a free university; and a Q&A session will follow.
Click on the following link to register for this ALDATalk: https://bit.ly/3bixLXE
After approval, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions to access the webinar.
Looking forward to meeting you online very soon!
All ALDATalks webinars are free, last for about 60 minutes and are in English - with the exception of the second webinar on Handicap, Disabilities & Inclusion of November 25th, 2020, which will be in Italian.
All previous ALDATalks are accessible on ALDA's Youtube channel in a dedicated playlist: https://bit.ly/34USFee.