Corso intensivo di Euro-progettazione - Weekend - 2014-2020

L’ Associazione delle Agenzie della Democrazia Locale (ALDA) organizza un corso intensivo di Euro-Progettazione sulla nuova programmazione europea 2014-2020. Il corso fornirà ai partecipanti le informazioni e gli strumenti necessari per muovere i primi passi e orientarsi nell’ambito della progettazione europea.

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Il corso è particolarmente indicato per studenti, operatori sociali e culturali e per coloro che lavorano per associazioni o enti locali.

Tra i formatori ci saranno Marco Boaria, Responsabile del Dipartimento Risorse e Sviluppo di ALDA, e Anna Ditta, Progettista di ALDA.

Il corso si terrà in un weekend, sabato e domenica, per venire incontro alle esigenze di lavoratori e studenti che necessitano di un corso breve e intenso, che non coincida con orari di lavoro o di lezione. Il corso prevede un totale di 14 ore di formazione e si terrà presso la sede ALDA di Vicenza, in Viale Milano 66. Il corso è previsto per sabato 10 e domenica 11 Maggio e l’orario va dalle 9.30 alle 18.00, con una pausa pranzo.

Al termine del corso i partecipanti riceveranno un attestato di frequenza rilasciato da ALDA, partner strategico della Commissione Europea e del Consiglio d’Europa.

Per maggiori informazioni vi invitiamo a consultare il programma del corso.

Per le iscrizioni contattare Anna Ditta: anna.ditta@aldaintranet.org – tel 0444 54 01 46; fax +39 0444 23 10 43

L’ Associazione delle Agenzie della Democrazia Locale (ALDA) organizza un corso intensivo di Euro-Progettazione sulla nuova programmazione europea 2014-2020. Il corso fornirà ai partecipanti le informazioni e gli strumenti necessari per muovere i primi passi e orientarsi nell’ambito della progettazione europea.

***

Il corso è particolarmente indicato per studenti, operatori sociali e culturali e per coloro che lavorano per associazioni o enti locali.

Tra i formatori ci saranno Marco Boaria, Responsabile del Dipartimento Risorse e Sviluppo di ALDA, e Anna Ditta, Progettista di ALDA.

Il corso si terrà in un weekend, sabato e domenica, per venire incontro alle esigenze di lavoratori e studenti che necessitano di un corso breve e intenso, che non coincida con orari di lavoro o di lezione. Il corso prevede un totale di 14 ore di formazione e si terrà presso la sede ALDA di Vicenza, in Viale Milano 66. Il corso è previsto per sabato 10 e domenica 11 Maggio e l’orario va dalle 9.30 alle 18.00, con una pausa pranzo.

Al termine del corso i partecipanti riceveranno un attestato di frequenza rilasciato da ALDA, partner strategico della Commissione Europea e del Consiglio d’Europa.

Per maggiori informazioni vi invitiamo a consultare il programma del corso.

Per le iscrizioni contattare Anna Ditta: anna.ditta@aldaintranet.org – tel 0444 54 01 46; fax +39 0444 23 10 43


Master class on the programme Europe for Citizens 2014-2020

After over 10 years of work in the field of the European Active Citizenship and being recognized as one of the main partners of the European Commission within the Europe for Citizens programme, ALDA presents the Master Class, a new training course aimed at stimulating our members’ preparation of quality projects in the framework of the new Europe for Citizens programme 2014-2020.

***

Master Class is addressed to Local Authorities willing to engage citizens through innovative methodologies, civil society organisations working on active citizenship and municipalities interested in town twinning and networks.

The programme is now officially adopted, and it is crucial to get ready preparing the firsts projects!

 

ALDA Master Class is a 1-day training, enriched by a 6-month help desk, designed to address the following issues:

• The concept of active European citizenship

• In-depth presentation of the Programme Europe for Citizens 2014-2020, including practical hints for project preparation and presentation of successful projects

• New issues, changes, and insight information regarding the programme Europe for Citizens 2014-2020

• Networks and main stakeholders

In order to improve and deepen the long-lasting cooperation on European active citizenship, we address this initiative to ALDA’s members.

 

By joining the Master Class initiative the hosting members will get:

• Financial income: a part of participants’ fees will cover materials and organizational costs incurred by the hosting members

• Visibility as active contributors to the implementation of EU programmes all over Europe

• Multiplying power of the initiative, to be extended to further programmes and target groups

• Knowledge of the programme and get ready to draft projects

 

We ask the hosting members to:

• Promote the Master Class to involve a significant number of participants

• Book and set a proper equipped room for the training, according to the number of participants (needed equipment: PC, beamer, whiteboard, flipcharts, markers, …)

• Take care of the logistics and organization (search for participants and their registration, coffee break, lunch, etc.)

• Provide accommodation for ALDA’s trainers

• Print the training materials provided by ALDA and prepare folders for participants

• Ensure local promotion and publicity about the Master Class and the Europe for Citizens programme as such

 

Please find here the detailed programme of the training and information about the help desk service (pdf).

Get in touch with our colleague Marco Boaria (marco.boaria@aldaintranet.org – +39 0444 540146) as soon as possible for this initiative, to discuss all details and define a tailor-made solution!


Master class sur le programme Europe pour les citoyens 2014-2020

Après plus de 10 années de travail dans le domaine de la citoyenneté européenne active et d’être reconnue comme l’un des principaux partenaires de la Commission européenne dans le programme Europe pour les citoyens, l’AADL présente la Master Class, un nouveau cours de formation qui vise à stimuler nos membres dans la préparation de projets de qualité dans le cadre de la nouvelle Europe programme citoyens pour 2014-2020.
Master Class est adressé aux autorités locales qui souhaitent faire participer les citoyens à travers des méthodologies innovantes, les organisations de la société civile travaillant sur la citoyenneté active, et les municipalités intéressées par le jumelage de villes et réseaux.
Le programme est maintenant officiallement adopté, et il est essentiel de se préparer pour présenter les prémiers projet!
ALDA Master Class est une formation de 1 jour, enrichi par un service d’assistance de 6 mois, conçu pour résoudre les problèmes comme:

  • Le concept de la citoyenneté européenne active
  • Présentation en profondeur du Programme Europe pour les citoyens 2014-2020, y compris des conseils pratiques pour la préparation du projet et la présentation des projets réussis
  • Les nouvelles émissions, les changements, l’information et la perspicacité qui concerne le programme l’Europe pour les citoyens 2014-2020

Réseaux et les principaux acteurs

Afin d’améliorer et d’approfondir la coopération à long terme sur la citoyenneté européenne active, nous abordons cette initiative aux membres de l’AADL.
En adhérant à l’initiative Master Class les membres qui accueillent obtiendront:
• Le résultat financier: une partie des frais des participants portera sur les matériaux et les frais d’organisation engagés par les membres qui accueillent
• Visibilité en tant que contributeurs actifs à la mise en œuvre des programmes de l’UE dans toute l’Europe
• Capacité de multiplication de l’initiative, à étendre à des autres programmes et aux groupes cibles
• Connaissance du programme et préparation à l’élaboration des projets
Nous demandons aux membres d’accueil de:
• Promouvoir la Master Class et de faire participer un nombre important de participants
• Réserver et mettre à disposition une bonne salle équipée pour la formation, en foction du nombre de participants (de l’équipement nécessaire: PC, projecteur, tableau blanc, tableau à feuilles mobiles, marqueurs, …)
• Prenez soin de la logistique et de l’organisation (recherche de participants et leur inscription, les pauses café, le déjeuner, etc.)
• Fournir un logement pour les formateurs de l’AADL
• Imprimer les documents de formation fournis par l’AADL et préparer les dossiers pour les participants
• Assurer la promotion locale et la publicité sur le Master Class et l’Europe pour les citoyens comme plus disponible

Veuillez trouver ici plus des détails programme of the training et des informations supplémentaires sur help desk service (pdf).

Entrez en contact avec notre collègue Marco Boaria (marco.boaria @ aldaintranet.org – +39 0444 540 146) dès que possible à cette initiative, pour discuter de tous les détails et définir une solution sur-mesure!


Master class sulla programmazione Europa per i Cittadini 2014-2020

Dopo 10 anni di lavoro dell’ambito della Cittadinanza Europea Attiva, ed essendo stati riconosciuti come uno dei partner più importanti della Commissione Europea per il programma “Europa per i cittadini”, ALDA presenta la Master Class, un nuovo corso di formazione volto a stimolare la preparazione di progetti di qualità da parte dei nostri soci nell’ambito del programma Europa per i Cittadini 2014 – 2020.

La Master Class è rivolta alle autorità locali che vogliono coinvolgere i cittadini attraverso metodologie innovative, organizzazioni della società civile che lavorino sulla cittadinanza attiva e comuni interessati nel gemellaggio di città e in networks.

Il programma è stato definitivamente approvato a metà aprile, ed è importante essere pronti a presentare i primi progetti!

La Master Class di ALDA è un corso di un giorno, seguito da 6 mesi di help desk, studiato per affrontare i seguenti argomenti:

  • Concetto di Cittadinanza Europea Attiva
  • Presentazione approfondita del programma Europa per i Cittadini 2014-2020, comprensiva di consigli pratici per la preparazione di progetti e una presentazione di successo degli stessi
  • Nuovi aspetti, cambiamenti e informazioni mirate riguardanti la programmazione Europa per i Cittadini 2014-2020
  • Network e stakeholder principali.

Allo scopo di migliorare e approfondire la cooperazione a lungo termine sulla Cittadinanza Europea Attiva, rivolgiamo questa iniziativa ai soci ALDA.

Prendendo parte all’iniziativa Master Class, i soci ospitanti otterranno:

  • Reddito: una parte delle quote dei partecipanti copriranno le spese organizzative e dei materiali affrontate dai soci ospitanti
  • Visibilità in tutta Europa come contribuenti attivi all’implementazione di programmi UE
  • Moltiplicazione di iniziative rilevanti, da estendere a ulteriori programmi e obiettivi
  • Conoscenza del e capacità d’elaborazione di progettiChiediamo ai soci ospitanti di:
  • Promuovere la Master Class per coinvolgere un numero significativo di partecipanti
  • Prenotare e organizzare una sala attrezzata per il corso, tenendo conto del numero di partecipanti (attrezzatura necessaria: PC, proiettore, lavagna bianca o telo per proiezione, lavagna a fogli mobili, pennarelli,…)
  • Curare la logistica e l’organizzazione (ricerca e registrazione dei partecipanti, pausa caffè, pranzo, ecc.)
  • Fornire l’alloggio ai formatori di ALDA
  • Stampare il materiale fornito da ALDA e preparare le cartelline per i partecipanti
  • Assicurare la promozione locale e la pubblicità della Master Class e del programma Europa per i Cittadini

Consultate il programma dettagliato del corso e le informazioni sul servizio help desk (pdf).
Contattate il nostro collega Marco Boaria (marco.boaria@aldaintranet.org – +39 0444 540146) il prima possibile se interessati, per discuterne i dettagli e definire una soluzione su misura!

 


Мастер класс по программе Европа для Граждан 2014-2020

После 10 лет работы в сфере Европейского активного гражданства и, будучи признанной в качестве одного из самых важных партнеров Европейской Комиссии по программе ‘ Европа для граждан ’, ALDA представляет Мастер класс, новый образовательный курс, направленный на стимулирование подготовки качественных проектов со стороны наших компаньонов в рамках программы Европа для Граждан 2014 – 2020.
Мастер Класс обращен к местным властям, которые хотели бы вовлечь граждан посредством новаторских методик, организациям гражданского общества, которые работали бы над активным гражданством и муниципалитетам, заинтересованным в побратимстве городов и создании сетей.
Мастер класс ALDA – это однодневный проект, следующий за 6 месяцами службы поддержки, разработанной для того, чтобы решить следующие вопросы:

  • Понятие Европейского активного гражданства
  • Углубленная презентация программы Европа для Граждан 2014-2020, включающая практические советы для подготовки проектов и их успешной презентации
  • Новые аспекты, изменения и целевая информация, касающаяся программы Европа для Граждан 2014-2020
  • Сеть основных участников

С целью улучшения и углубления долгосрочного сотрудничества по Европейскому активному гражданству, мы обращаемся с этой инициативой к партнерам ALDA.
Участвуя в инициативе Мастер класс, принимающая сторона получит:

  • Доход: часть взносов участников покроет организационные расходы и материалы, затраченные принимающей стороной
  • Видимость во всей Европе в качестве активных участников внедрения программ ЕС
  • Преумножение значимых инициатив для распространения на дальнейшие программы и цели
  • Знания по составлению программ и способность разрабатывать проекты

Мы просим у принимающей стороны:

  • Продвигать Мастер Класс для вовлечения значительного числа участников
  • Заказать и организовать зал, оборудованный для курса, с учетом числа участников (необходимое оборудование: ПК, проектор, белая доска или полотно для проецирования, простая доска или доска с перевертывающимися листами, фломастеры, …)
  • Позаботиться о логистике и организации (поиск и регистрация участников, кофейная пауза, обед, и так далее)
  • Предоставить жилье для обучающих из ALDA
  • Распечатать материал, предоставленный ALDA, и подготовить папки для участников
  • Обеспечить на местном уровне продвижение и рекламу Мастер класса и программы Европа для Граждан

Ознакомьтесь с подробной программой курса и информацией о службе поддержки (pdf).
Если вы заинтересованы, свяжитесь с нашим коллегой Марко Боария (marco.boaria@aldaintranet.org – +39 0444 540146) для обсуждения деталей и разработки подходящего решения!


Master klas programa Evropa za građane 2014-2020

Posle više od 10 godina rada u oblasti Evropskog aktivnog građanstva, prepoznata kao jedan od glavnih partnera Evropske komisije u okviru programa Evropa za građane, ALDA predstavlja master klas, novi kurs obuke usmerene na podsticanje naših članova na pripremu kvalitetnih projekata u okviru novog programa Evropa za građane 2014-2020.

Master klas je namenjen lokalnim vlastima koje su voljne da angažuju svoje građane kroz inovativne metodologije, organizacijama civilnog društva koje rade na aktivnom građanstvu i opštinama zainteresovanim za bratimljenja i umrežavanje.

ALDA master klas je jednodnevna obuka, obogaćena šestomesečnim “help desk-om” , dizajniranim da odgovori na sledeća pitanja :

  • Koncept aktivnog evropskog građanstva
  • Detaljna prezentacija programa Evropa za građane 2014-2020, uključujući praktične savete za pripremu i prezentacija uspešnih projekata
  • Nova pitanja, promene, informacije i saznanja u vezi programa Evropa za građane 2014-2020
  • Mreže i glavni akteri

U cilju poboljšanja dugotrajne saradnje na evropskom aktivnom građanstvu, dostavljamo ovu inicijativu članovima ALDA.

Ulaskom u master klas inicijativu članovi domaćini će dobiti:

  • Finansijski prihodi: deo honorara učesnika će pokriti materijale i organizacione troškove članova domaćina
  • Vidljivost kao aktivni doprinos sprovođenju programa EU širom Evrope
  • Efekat multiplikatora inicijative, koja će se proširiti na druge programe i ciljne grup
  • Poznavanje programa i spremnost za izradu projekata

Tražimo od članova domaćina:

  • promovisati master klas radi uključivanja značajnog broja učesnika
  • obezbediti odgovarajuće opremljenu prostoriju za obuku, u skladu sa brojem učesnika (potrebna oprema: PC, projektor, tabla, flipčart, markeri, …)
  • voditi računa o logistici i organizaciji (traženje učesnika i njihova registraciju, kafe pauze, ručak, itd)
  • Obezbediti smeštaj za ALDA trenera
  • Štampanje materijala za obuku koje pruža ALDA i pripremiti foldere za učesnike
  • Osigurati lokalnu promociju i publicitet o master klasu i o program Evropa za građane

Ovde možete pronaći detaljan program obuke i informacije o “help desk usluzi” (pdf).

Stupite u kontakt sa našim kolegom Markom Boaria (marco.boaria@aldaintranet.org – +39 540 146 0444), što je pre moguće za ovu inicijativu, da se dogovorimo o svim detaljima i definišemo rešenje po meri!

After over 10 years of work in the field of the European Active Citizenship and being recognized as one of the main partners of the European Commission within the Europe for Citizens programme, ALDA presents the Master Class, a new training course aimed at stimulating our members’ preparation of quality projects in the framework of the new Europe for Citizens programme 2014-2020.

***

Master Class is addressed to Local Authorities willing to engage citizens through innovative methodologies, civil society organisations working on active citizenship and municipalities interested in town twinning and networks.

The programme is now officially adopted, and it is crucial to get ready preparing the firsts projects!

 

ALDA Master Class is a 1-day training, enriched by a 6-month help desk, designed to address the following issues:

• The concept of active European citizenship

• In-depth presentation of the Programme Europe for Citizens 2014-2020, including practical hints for project preparation and presentation of successful projects

• New issues, changes, and insight information regarding the programme Europe for Citizens 2014-2020

• Networks and main stakeholders

In order to improve and deepen the long-lasting cooperation on European active citizenship, we address this initiative to ALDA’s members.

 

By joining the Master Class initiative the hosting members will get:

• Financial income: a part of participants’ fees will cover materials and organizational costs incurred by the hosting members

• Visibility as active contributors to the implementation of EU programmes all over Europe

• Multiplying power of the initiative, to be extended to further programmes and target groups

• Knowledge of the programme and get ready to draft projects

 

We ask the hosting members to:

• Promote the Master Class to involve a significant number of participants

• Book and set a proper equipped room for the training, according to the number of participants (needed equipment: PC, beamer, whiteboard, flipcharts, markers, …)

• Take care of the logistics and organization (search for participants and their registration, coffee break, lunch, etc.)

• Provide accommodation for ALDA’s trainers

• Print the training materials provided by ALDA and prepare folders for participants

• Ensure local promotion and publicity about the Master Class and the Europe for Citizens programme as such

 

Please find here the detailed programme of the training and information about the help desk service (pdf).

Get in touch with our colleague Marco Boaria (marco.boaria@aldaintranet.org – +39 0444 540146) as soon as possible for this initiative, to discuss all details and define a tailor-made solution!


Master class sur le programme Europe pour les citoyens 2014-2020

Après plus de 10 années de travail dans le domaine de la citoyenneté européenne active et d’être reconnue comme l’un des principaux partenaires de la Commission européenne dans le programme Europe pour les citoyens, l’AADL présente la Master Class, un nouveau cours de formation qui vise à stimuler nos membres dans la préparation de projets de qualité dans le cadre de la nouvelle Europe programme citoyens pour 2014-2020.
Master Class est adressé aux autorités locales qui souhaitent faire participer les citoyens à travers des méthodologies innovantes, les organisations de la société civile travaillant sur la citoyenneté active, et les municipalités intéressées par le jumelage de villes et réseaux.
Le programme est maintenant officiallement adopté, et il est essentiel de se préparer pour présenter les prémiers projet!
ALDA Master Class est une formation de 1 jour, enrichi par un service d’assistance de 6 mois, conçu pour résoudre les problèmes comme:

  • Le concept de la citoyenneté européenne active
  • Présentation en profondeur du Programme Europe pour les citoyens 2014-2020, y compris des conseils pratiques pour la préparation du projet et la présentation des projets réussis
  • Les nouvelles émissions, les changements, l’information et la perspicacité qui concerne le programme l’Europe pour les citoyens 2014-2020

Réseaux et les principaux acteurs

Afin d’améliorer et d’approfondir la coopération à long terme sur la citoyenneté européenne active, nous abordons cette initiative aux membres de l’AADL.
En adhérant à l’initiative Master Class les membres qui accueillent obtiendront:
• Le résultat financier: une partie des frais des participants portera sur les matériaux et les frais d’organisation engagés par les membres qui accueillent
• Visibilité en tant que contributeurs actifs à la mise en œuvre des programmes de l’UE dans toute l’Europe
• Capacité de multiplication de l’initiative, à étendre à des autres programmes et aux groupes cibles
• Connaissance du programme et préparation à l’élaboration des projets
Nous demandons aux membres d’accueil de:
• Promouvoir la Master Class et de faire participer un nombre important de participants
• Réserver et mettre à disposition une bonne salle équipée pour la formation, en foction du nombre de participants (de l’équipement nécessaire: PC, projecteur, tableau blanc, tableau à feuilles mobiles, marqueurs, …)
• Prenez soin de la logistique et de l’organisation (recherche de participants et leur inscription, les pauses café, le déjeuner, etc.)
• Fournir un logement pour les formateurs de l’AADL
• Imprimer les documents de formation fournis par l’AADL et préparer les dossiers pour les participants
• Assurer la promotion locale et la publicité sur le Master Class et l’Europe pour les citoyens comme plus disponible

Veuillez trouver ici plus des détails programme of the training et des informations supplémentaires sur help desk service (pdf).

Entrez en contact avec notre collègue Marco Boaria (marco.boaria @ aldaintranet.org – +39 0444 540 146) dès que possible à cette initiative, pour discuter de tous les détails et définir une solution sur-mesure!


Master class sulla programmazione Europa per i Cittadini 2014-2020

Dopo 10 anni di lavoro dell’ambito della Cittadinanza Europea Attiva, ed essendo stati riconosciuti come uno dei partner più importanti della Commissione Europea per il programma “Europa per i cittadini”, ALDA presenta la Master Class, un nuovo corso di formazione volto a stimolare la preparazione di progetti di qualità da parte dei nostri soci nell’ambito del programma Europa per i Cittadini 2014 – 2020.

La Master Class è rivolta alle autorità locali che vogliono coinvolgere i cittadini attraverso metodologie innovative, organizzazioni della società civile che lavorino sulla cittadinanza attiva e comuni interessati nel gemellaggio di città e in networks.

Il programma è stato definitivamente approvato a metà aprile, ed è importante essere pronti a presentare i primi progetti!

La Master Class di ALDA è un corso di un giorno, seguito da 6 mesi di help desk, studiato per affrontare i seguenti argomenti:

  • Concetto di Cittadinanza Europea Attiva
  • Presentazione approfondita del programma Europa per i Cittadini 2014-2020, comprensiva di consigli pratici per la preparazione di progetti e una presentazione di successo degli stessi
  • Nuovi aspetti, cambiamenti e informazioni mirate riguardanti la programmazione Europa per i Cittadini 2014-2020
  • Network e stakeholder principali.

Allo scopo di migliorare e approfondire la cooperazione a lungo termine sulla Cittadinanza Europea Attiva, rivolgiamo questa iniziativa ai soci ALDA.

Prendendo parte all’iniziativa Master Class, i soci ospitanti otterranno:

  • Reddito: una parte delle quote dei partecipanti copriranno le spese organizzative e dei materiali affrontate dai soci ospitanti
  • Visibilità in tutta Europa come contribuenti attivi all’implementazione di programmi UE
  • Moltiplicazione di iniziative rilevanti, da estendere a ulteriori programmi e obiettivi
  • Conoscenza del e capacità d’elaborazione di progettiChiediamo ai soci ospitanti di:
  • Promuovere la Master Class per coinvolgere un numero significativo di partecipanti
  • Prenotare e organizzare una sala attrezzata per il corso, tenendo conto del numero di partecipanti (attrezzatura necessaria: PC, proiettore, lavagna bianca o telo per proiezione, lavagna a fogli mobili, pennarelli,…)
  • Curare la logistica e l’organizzazione (ricerca e registrazione dei partecipanti, pausa caffè, pranzo, ecc.)
  • Fornire l’alloggio ai formatori di ALDA
  • Stampare il materiale fornito da ALDA e preparare le cartelline per i partecipanti
  • Assicurare la promozione locale e la pubblicità della Master Class e del programma Europa per i Cittadini

Consultate il programma dettagliato del corso e le informazioni sul servizio help desk (pdf).
Contattate il nostro collega Marco Boaria (marco.boaria@aldaintranet.org – +39 0444 540146) il prima possibile se interessati, per discuterne i dettagli e definire una soluzione su misura!

 


Мастер класс по программе Европа для Граждан 2014-2020

После 10 лет работы в сфере Европейского активного гражданства и, будучи признанной в качестве одного из самых важных партнеров Европейской Комиссии по программе ‘ Европа для граждан ’, ALDA представляет Мастер класс, новый образовательный курс, направленный на стимулирование подготовки качественных проектов со стороны наших компаньонов в рамках программы Европа для Граждан 2014 – 2020.
Мастер Класс обращен к местным властям, которые хотели бы вовлечь граждан посредством новаторских методик, организациям гражданского общества, которые работали бы над активным гражданством и муниципалитетам, заинтересованным в побратимстве городов и создании сетей.
Мастер класс ALDA – это однодневный проект, следующий за 6 месяцами службы поддержки, разработанной для того, чтобы решить следующие вопросы:

  • Понятие Европейского активного гражданства
  • Углубленная презентация программы Европа для Граждан 2014-2020, включающая практические советы для подготовки проектов и их успешной презентации
  • Новые аспекты, изменения и целевая информация, касающаяся программы Европа для Граждан 2014-2020
  • Сеть основных участников

С целью улучшения и углубления долгосрочного сотрудничества по Европейскому активному гражданству, мы обращаемся с этой инициативой к партнерам ALDA.
Участвуя в инициативе Мастер класс, принимающая сторона получит:

  • Доход: часть взносов участников покроет организационные расходы и материалы, затраченные принимающей стороной
  • Видимость во всей Европе в качестве активных участников внедрения программ ЕС
  • Преумножение значимых инициатив для распространения на дальнейшие программы и цели
  • Знания по составлению программ и способность разрабатывать проекты

Мы просим у принимающей стороны:

  • Продвигать Мастер Класс для вовлечения значительного числа участников
  • Заказать и организовать зал, оборудованный для курса, с учетом числа участников (необходимое оборудование: ПК, проектор, белая доска или полотно для проецирования, простая доска или доска с перевертывающимися листами, фломастеры, …)
  • Позаботиться о логистике и организации (поиск и регистрация участников, кофейная пауза, обед, и так далее)
  • Предоставить жилье для обучающих из ALDA
  • Распечатать материал, предоставленный ALDA, и подготовить папки для участников
  • Обеспечить на местном уровне продвижение и рекламу Мастер класса и программы Европа для Граждан

Ознакомьтесь с подробной программой курса и информацией о службе поддержки (pdf).
Если вы заинтересованы, свяжитесь с нашим коллегой Марко Боария (marco.boaria@aldaintranet.org – +39 0444 540146) для обсуждения деталей и разработки подходящего решения!


Master klas programa Evropa za građane 2014-2020

Posle više od 10 godina rada u oblasti Evropskog aktivnog građanstva, prepoznata kao jedan od glavnih partnera Evropske komisije u okviru programa Evropa za građane, ALDA predstavlja master klas, novi kurs obuke usmerene na podsticanje naših članova na pripremu kvalitetnih projekata u okviru novog programa Evropa za građane 2014-2020.

Master klas je namenjen lokalnim vlastima koje su voljne da angažuju svoje građane kroz inovativne metodologije, organizacijama civilnog društva koje rade na aktivnom građanstvu i opštinama zainteresovanim za bratimljenja i umrežavanje.

ALDA master klas je jednodnevna obuka, obogaćena šestomesečnim “help desk-om” , dizajniranim da odgovori na sledeća pitanja :

  • Koncept aktivnog evropskog građanstva
  • Detaljna prezentacija programa Evropa za građane 2014-2020, uključujući praktične savete za pripremu i prezentacija uspešnih projekata
  • Nova pitanja, promene, informacije i saznanja u vezi programa Evropa za građane 2014-2020
  • Mreže i glavni akteri

U cilju poboljšanja dugotrajne saradnje na evropskom aktivnom građanstvu, dostavljamo ovu inicijativu članovima ALDA.

Ulaskom u master klas inicijativu članovi domaćini će dobiti:

  • Finansijski prihodi: deo honorara učesnika će pokriti materijale i organizacione troškove članova domaćina
  • Vidljivost kao aktivni doprinos sprovođenju programa EU širom Evrope
  • Efekat multiplikatora inicijative, koja će se proširiti na druge programe i ciljne grup
  • Poznavanje programa i spremnost za izradu projekata

Tražimo od članova domaćina:

  • promovisati master klas radi uključivanja značajnog broja učesnika
  • obezbediti odgovarajuće opremljenu prostoriju za obuku, u skladu sa brojem učesnika (potrebna oprema: PC, projektor, tabla, flipčart, markeri, …)
  • voditi računa o logistici i organizaciji (traženje učesnika i njihova registraciju, kafe pauze, ručak, itd)
  • Obezbediti smeštaj za ALDA trenera
  • Štampanje materijala za obuku koje pruža ALDA i pripremiti foldere za učesnike
  • Osigurati lokalnu promociju i publicitet o master klasu i o program Evropa za građane

Ovde možete pronaći detaljan program obuke i informacije o “help desk usluzi” (pdf).

Stupite u kontakt sa našim kolegom Markom Boaria (marco.boaria@aldaintranet.org – +39 540 146 0444), što je pre moguće za ovu inicijativu, da se dogovorimo o svim detaljima i definišemo rešenje po meri!


“All Right for European Rights” project

We are looking for two French (or resident in France) participants for All Right for European Rights project!

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The “All Right for European Rights” project is realized by ALDA and Studio Progetto and it will take place in Vicenza (Italy) from the 3rd to the 10th of May.

It is a partnership building seminar on recognition of rights and responsibilities of European Citizens at local and European level, through social media as tool for active participation of young people. The project will focus on citizens’ rights and how young people can be involved to be active citizens.

There is not age limit to apply!

Deadline: 4th April 2014.

We are looking for two French (or resident in France) participants for All Right for European Rights project!

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The “All Right for European Rights” project is realized by ALDA and Studio Progetto and it will take place in Vicenza (Italy) from the 3rd to the 10th of May.

It is a partnership-building seminar on recognition of rights and responsibilities of European Citizens at local and European level, through social media as a tool for active participation of young people. The project will focus on citizens’ rights and how young people can be involved to be active citizens.

There is not age limit to apply!

Deadline: 4th April 2014.


Mesagne: COHEIRS dissemination event

Today evening a COHEIRS dissemination event will take place at the ISBEM headquarters, in Mesagne (BR), Italy.

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All citizens are invited to get informed about the results of the COHEIRS final event and the produced recommendations.

This event of dissemination is placed in the frame of a recommendation support strategy, developed by the partnership to focus the interest on the final recommendations of COHEIRS project. Ordinary citizens are involved in order to suggest how to improve them, and to help practically their realization.

Read more about the Results of the European project COHEIRS

Today evening a COHEIRS dissemination event will take place at the ISBEM headquarters, in Mesagne (BR), Italy.

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All citizens are invited to get informed about the results of the COHEIRS final event and the produced recommendations.

This event of dissemination is placed in the frame of a recommendation support strategy, developed by the partnership to focus the interest on the final recommendations of COHEIRS project. Ordinary citizens are involved in order to suggest how to improve them, and to help practically their realization.

Read more about the Results of the European project COHEIRS


Beyond agendas and manifestos: WHAT EUROPE FOR US?

Our Director Antonella Valmorbida took part into the 2014 edition of the EESC Civil Society Day on 18 March, in Brussels.

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The economic, social and civic aspects of European citizenship was at the centre of discussions, which  focused mainly on the expectations of Europeans. The major question was how to meet these expectations while reflecting European values and objectives such as freedom, security, equality, or sustainability.

Three workshops examined this question in more detail:

  • An economy for Europe, not a Europe for the economy
  • A social Europe for the citizens
  • An active European Citizenship

Since 2014 is the year when Europeans will go to the polls to elect the European Parliament, it is a particularly important time to remember how crucial it is to involve European citizens in policy-making processes through participatory democracy and civil society organisations.

The conclusions of this conference have also contributed to the Action Plan for Europe, which the EESC is currently drafting and which shapes the EU political agenda for the coming months and years, and follows the Recommendations issued by the European Year of Citizens Alliance.

Civil Society Day is a yearly initiative organised by the European Economic and Social Committee and the EESC Liaison Group with European civil society networks. It brings together key players from European and national civil society organisations, business leaders and entrepreneurs, academics, EU policy- and decision-makers and the media. It provides a forum for dialogue on issues that concern civil society stakeholders. It is also an opportunity to consider the role of organised civil society in a more participatory set-up and to discuss how civil society can help transform the European Union into an alliance of 28 countries whose nationals are able and willing to play a more active part in shaping EU policies.

Our Director Antonella Valmorbida took part into the 2014 edition of the EESC Civil Society Day on 18 March, in Brussels.

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The economic, social and civic aspects of European citizenship was at the centre of discussions, which  focused mainly on the expectations of Europeans. The major question was how to meet these expectations while reflecting European values and objectives such as freedom, security, equality, or sustainability.

Three workshops examined this question in more detail:

  • An economy for Europe, not a Europe for the economy
  • A social Europe for the citizens
  • An active European Citizenship

Since 2014 is the year when Europeans will go to the polls to elect the European Parliament, it is a particularly important time to remember how crucial it is to involve European citizens in policy-making processes through participatory democracy and civil society organisations.

The conclusions of this conference have also contributed to the Action Plan for Europe, which the EESC is currently drafting and which shapes the EU political agenda for the coming months and years, and follows the Recommendations issued by the European Year of Citizens Alliance.

Civil Society Day is a yearly initiative organised by the European Economic and Social Committee and the EESC Liaison Group with European civil society networks. It brings together key players from European and national civil society organisations, business leaders and entrepreneurs, academics, EU policy- and decision-makers and the media. It provides a forum for dialogue on issues that concern civil society stakeholders. It is also an opportunity to consider the role of organised civil society in a more participatory set-up and to discuss how civil society can help transform the European Union into an alliance of 28 countries whose nationals are able and willing to play a more active part in shaping EU policies.


Fundamental importance of best practices exchanges for Local Authorities

The Latvian Assocation of Local and Regional Governments, LARGL, is member of ALDA and involved with the Association on a number of projects in Eastern Europe (in particular in Belarus) and in the EU.

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Latvia went through a transformation process of its whole structure, administration and civil society, before it entered the European Union. It represents now an important member of the Union and will chair the EU presidency in 2015.

The importance of local governance and decentralisation has been confirmed by Mr. Andris Jaunsleinis, Chair of the Latvian Assocation of Local and Regional Governments, in a meeting with Mrs. Antonella Valmorbida, Director of ALDA, during the Congress session. “It is fundamental to support best practices exchanges to show practically and with the more concrete approach possible, how are local and regional authorities functionning. Education, including education of administration, must be at the first place in assisting Eastern Europe and within the framework of the Eastern Partnership process”, said M. Jaunsleinis.

A promising cooperation between LARGL and ALDA is certainly well in place for the future!

The Latvian Assocation of Local and Regional Governments, LARGL, is member of ALDA and involved with the Association on a number of projects in Eastern Europe (in particular in Belarus) and in the EU.

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Latvia went through a transformation process of its whole structure, administration and civil society, before it entered the European Union. It represents now an important member of the Union and will chair the EU presidency in 2015.

The importance of local governance and decentralisation has been confirmed by Mr. Andris Jaunsleinis, Chair of the Latvian Assocation of Local and Regional Governments, in a meeting with Mrs. Antonella Valmorbida, Director of ALDA, during the Congress session. “It is fundamental to support best practices exchanges to show practically and with the more concrete approach possible, how are local and regional authorities functionning. Education, including education of administration, must be at the first place in assisting Eastern Europe and within the framework of the Eastern Partnership process”, said M. Jaunsleinis.

A promising cooperation between LARGL and ALDA is certainly well in place for the future!


Presentation of EYCA recommendations in Madrid

On 31 March, the recommendation resulting from the work of the Alliance in 2013 will be presented during a public event in Madrid, Spain.

ALDA will be represented at the meeting by its Communication officer Irene Zanetti. Our organisation is in the Steering Committee of EYCA, and our Director Antonella Valmorbida is Co-Chair of the working group on citizens’ participation.

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More than 4,000 organizations from 50 countries have worked within the activities of the European Year of Citizen Alliance (EYCA) to demand a reversal of European policies.

The result is a document consisting of 80 proposals aimed at and elected representatives and citizens, which is being presented in parallel in all European countries.

With this work, organizations of all areas and countries have agreed on a unified vision of the Europe we want, tightly connected to an increased and bimproved citizens’ participation.

This is the vision of thousands of European citizens who want to participate and contribute to the design of Europe. We welcome you to the presentation of the document that will feature dozens of European and Spanish organizations that have participated in its elaboration.

PUBLIC PRESENTATION:
Date: Monday March 31
Time: 12h30
Место расположения: Academy of Fine Arts (Valle Inclan Room)  MADRID, Spain

The recommendations will be presented by:

Jean Marc Roirant, president of the EYCA and of the European Civic Forum.

Miguel Angel Benedicto, Scretary General of the Spanish Federal Council of the European Movement

Yolanda Besteiro, President of the Federation of Progressive Women and Vice President of the Platform of Social Action Organizations

Victorino Mayoral, President Cives – coordinator of the Spanish Alliance  EYCA

Get involved:

Read and endorse EYCA’s recommendations

On 31 March, the recommendation resulting from the work of the Alliance in 2013 will be presented during a public event in Madrid, Spain.

ALDA will be represented at the meeting by its Communication officer Irene Zanetti. Our organisation is in the Steering Committee of EYCA, and our Director Antonella Valmorbida is Co-Chair of the working group on citizens’ participation.

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More than 4,000 organizations from 50 countries have worked within the activities of the European Year of Citizen Alliance (EYCA) to demand a reversal of European policies.

The result is a document consisting of 80 proposals aimed at and elected representatives and citizens, which is being presented in parallel in all European countries.

With this work, organizations of all areas and countries have agreed on a unified vision of the Europe we want, tightly connected to an increased and bimproved citizens’ participation.

This is the vision of thousands of European citizens who want to participate and contribute to the design of Europe. We welcome you to the presentation of the document that will feature dozens of European and Spanish organizations that have participated in its elaboration.

PUBLIC PRESENTATION:
Date: Monday March 31
Time: 12h30
Место расположения: Academy of Fine Arts (Valle Inclan Room)  MADRID, Spain

The recommendations will be presented by:

Jean Marc Roirant, president of the EYCA and of the European Civic Forum.

Miguel Angel Benedicto, Scretary General of the Spanish Federal Council of the European Movement

Yolanda Besteiro, President of the Federation of Progressive Women and Vice President of the Platform of Social Action Organizations

Victorino Mayoral, President Cives – coordinator of the Spanish Alliance  EYCA

Get involved:

Read and endorse EYCA’s recommendations


Urban gardening – a new form of active citizenship in Spain within the project COHEIRS

On 21 and 22 March, the Spanish cultural association RECREATURA_arts&culture organized its dissemination event within the COHEIRS project on Civic Observers for Health and Environment: Initiative for Responsibility and Sustainability in Valencia (Spain).RECREATURA had decided to link the event to the theme of urban gardens, a phenomenon which has been growing worldwide since the year 2008 and which has gained particular popularity in Valencia.

Although gardens have always existed where people settled, the trend to have vegetable gardens within the city centres or even on the roof tops is rather new and can also be connected to the new culture of sharing which manifests itself in networks such as couchsurfing, car-pooling or swapping clothes. Valencia is a city known for its long tradition of vegetable gardens and the knowledge of how to grow fruit and vegetable is now passed on to the new generation of urban gardeners. And often the urban gardens are a place of exchange where children play, their parents meet for a barbecue or somebody may even give language classes. In the current crisis, they are also spaces of survival which help to provide those in  need with food.

But setting up an urban garden is not always easy – many of them start illegally with the occupation of public land which is no longer used. With the end of the construction boom in Spain, there are many such derelict areas spread all over the city, some of them are full of waste. Other urban gardens were created as a private entrepreneurial initiative where the owner rents out pieces of land of 50m2 to people. Yet others were actually initiated by their own local governments, as is the case of Godella, a small city close to Valencia. And one successful example of active citizenship are the urban gardens of the neighbourhood of Benimaclet which had been fighting for almost 15 years for a legalization of an urban garden which at last was made legal by the local government last year and now counts up to 600 gardeners.

All these different forms of urban gardens were discussed during a round table debate with politicians and civil society representatives on the 21 March. The nutritionist Marta Ribó also linked the debated to the question of eating habits and why organic farmed vegetables are more healthy for us. The event was accompanied by an exhibition and a small networking reception.

On the second day, the participants were given the opportunity to visit some of the urban gardens in and around Valencia by bike and taste some organic vegetables during a final barbecue in one of the gardens. Have a look at this nice feature story by the photographer Pavla Vanicka: http://www.lilaluchs.com/en-esta-ciudad-hay-mas-que-asfalto/

The event was a great success with more than 80 people participating on the two days and RECREATURA is already thinking of repeating the bicycle tour this summer.

On 21 and 22 March, the Spanish cultural association RECREATURA_arts&culture organized its dissemination event within the COHEIRS project on Civic Observers for Health and Environment: Initiative for Responsibility and Sustainability in Valencia (Spain).RECREATURA had decided to link the event to the theme of urban gardens, a phenomenon which has been growing worldwide since the year 2008 and which has gained particular popularity in Valencia.

Although gardens have always existed where people settled, the trend to have vegetable gardens within the city centres or even on the roof tops is rather new and can also be connected to the new culture of sharing which manifests itself in networks such as couchsurfing, car-pooling or swapping clothes. Valencia is a city known for its long tradition of vegetable gardens and the knowledge of how to grow fruit and vegetable is now passed on to the new generation of urban gardeners. And often the urban gardens are a place of exchange where children play, their parents meet for a barbecue or somebody may even give language classes. In the current crisis, they are also spaces of survival which help to provide those in  need with food.

But setting up an urban garden is not always easy – many of them start illegally with the occupation of public land which is no longer used. With the end of the construction boom in Spain, there are many such derelict areas spread all over the city, some of them are full of waste. Other urban gardens were created as a private entrepreneurial initiative where the owner rents out pieces of land of 50m2 to people. Yet others were actually initiated by their own local governments, as is the case of Godella, a small city close to Valencia. And one successful example of active citizenship are the urban gardens of the neighbourhood of Benimaclet which had been fighting for almost 15 years for a legalization of an urban garden which at last was made legal by the local government last year and now counts up to 600 gardeners.

All these different forms of urban gardens were discussed during a round table debate with politicians and civil society representatives on the 21 March. The nutritionist Marta Ribó also linked the debated to the question of eating habits and why organic farmed vegetables are more healthy for us. The event was accompanied by an exhibition and a small networking reception.

On the second day, the participants were given the opportunity to visit some of the urban gardens in and around Valencia by bike and taste some organic vegetables during a final barbecue in one of the gardens. Have a look at this nice feature story by the photographer Pavla Vanicka: http://www.lilaluchs.com/en-esta-ciudad-hay-mas-que-asfalto/

The event was a great success with more than 80 people participating on the two days and RECREATURA is already thinking of repeating the bicycle tour this summer.


ALDA at the Spring session of the Congress: raising attention and support for LDAs

The Governing Board of ALDA, Mr Dobrica Milovanovic, representing the city of Kragujevac in Serbia, and the Director of ALDA, Antonella Valmorbida, attended the last Plenary session of the Congress in Strasbourg on 25-27 March. It was an important occasion to collect interest and support for the Local Democracy Agencies.

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In particular, Mr Milovanovic and Mrs Valmorbida met several representatives of the German delegation to the Congress, Mr Vohringer, M. Lammerskitten and Ms. Drees from the German Association of Municipalities.

The relaunch of the Local Democracy Agency Albania was the focus during the meeting with the Ambassador of Albania, Mrs. Ardiana Hobdari.

A fruitful meeting was also organised with the Permanent Representation of Poland at the Council of Europe. Of particular interest was the development of the Local Democracy Agency in Ukraine, where the Polish Association of Municipalities counts more than 200 twinning initiatives.

Furthermore, ALDA Director Antonella Valmorbida met Mr Andris Jaunsleinis, Chair of the Latvian Assocation of Local and Regional Governments, LARGL, active member of ALDA and involved on a number of projects in Eastern Europe (in particular in Belarus) and in the EU.

See the website of the Congress

The Governing Board of ALDA, Mr Dobrica Milovanovic, representing the city of Kragujevac in Serbia, and the Director of ALDA, Antonella Valmorbida, attended the last Plenary session of the Congress in Strasbourg on 25-27 March. It was an important occasion to collect interest and support for the Local Democracy Agencies.

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In particular, Mr Milovanovic and Mrs Valmorbida met several representatives of the German delegation to the Congress, Mr Vohringer, M. Lammerskitten and Ms. Drees from the German Association of Municipalities.

The relaunch of the Local Democracy Agency Albania was the focus during the meeting with the Ambassador of Albania, Mrs. Ardiana Hobdari.

A fruitful meeting was also organised with the Permanent Representation of Poland at the Council of Europe. Of particular interest was the development of the Local Democracy Agency in Ukraine, where the Polish Association of Municipalities counts more than 200 twinning initiatives.

Furthermore, ALDA Director Antonella Valmorbida met Mr Andris Jaunsleinis, Chair of the Latvian Assocation of Local and Regional Governments, LARGL, active member of ALDA and involved on a number of projects in Eastern Europe (in particular in Belarus) and in the EU.

See the website of the Congress


Poland: a vast and successful experience of transition

During the Plenary of the Congress in Strasbourg, ALDA met the Polish Delegation.

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Our Association was represented by the Governing Board member, Mr. Dobrica Milovanovic, the Director, Mrs. Antonella Valmorbida, and the Head of the Programmes, Mrs. Biljana Zasova.

The meeting was supported and organised by the Permanent Representation of Poland at the Council of Europe and in particular by Mr. Robert Drzaga.

Of particular interest was the development of the LDA in Ukraine, where the Polish Association of Municipalities register more than 200 twinning initiatives. “Poland can present a vast and successful experience of transition. The role of local and regional authorities is recognised and fundamental for the whole development. It is important that you could share your experience and also give support to those who are consolidating their democratic path”, reminded Mr. Dobrica Milovanovic, from Kragjuevac in Serbia, and member of the GB of ALDA.

During the Plenary of the Congress in Strasbourg, ALDA met the Polish Delegation.

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Our Association was represented by the Governing Board member, Mr. Dobrica Milovanovic, the Director, Mrs. Antonella Valmorbida, and the Head of the Programmes, Mrs. Biljana Zasova.

The meeting was supported and organised by the Permanent Representation of Poland at the Council of Europe and in particular by Mr. Robert Drzaga.

Of particular interest was the development of the LDA in Ukraine, where the Polish Association of Municipalities register more than 200 twinning initiatives. “Poland can present a vast and successful experience of transition. The role of local and regional authorities is recognised and fundamental for the whole development. It is important that you could share your experience and also give support to those who are consolidating their democratic path”, reminded Mr. Dobrica Milovanovic, from Kragjuevac in Serbia, and member of the GB of ALDA.