First Steering Committee meeting of the AGREED project in Moldova

A first steering committee meeting on the new AGREED – Activating Governance Reform for Enhancing Development project was organized on the 26th of March in Chisinau.

The project aims at strengthening the capacity of Moldovan local authorities to perform transparent and participatory governance in their Communities, with a specific reference to the policy-making process related to the upcoming Decentralisation reform. It intends to build the capacities of Local Authorities (LAs) and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to plan and implement their activities in close cooperation with local communities and other stakeholders by involving them into planning and implementation, thus strengthening the capacity to respond to challenges, reinforcing dialogue and trust in local communities. On the other hand, it will promote a multi-level governance dialogue between the national government and local authorities. AGREED is a 24-month project funded by the European Commission as part of the Support to Civil Society Organisations and Local Authorities (CSO-LA) in the Republic of Moldova program.

It is implemented by the newly established ALDA office in Chișinau with the co-participation of the Local Democracy Agency Moldova from Cimișlia and the University Legal Clinic from Bălți.


Première réunion du Comité Directeur du projet AGREED à Moldova

Une première réunion du Comité Directeur sur le nouveau projet AGREED – Activer la réforme de la gouvernance pour renforcer le développement –  a été organisée le 26 mars à Chișinau.

Le projet vise à renforcer la capacité des autorités locales moldaves à mettre en place une gouvernance transparente et participative dans leurs communautés, en faisant référence spécifiquement au processus d’élaboration des politiques lié à la prochaine réforme de la décentralisation. Il aspire à développer les capacités des Autorités Locales (AL) et des Organisations de la Société Civile (OSC) pour planifier et mettre en œuvre leurs activités en étroite coopération avec les communautés locales et les autres parties prenantes en les impliquant dans la planification et la mise en œuvre, renforçant ainsi la capacité de relever les défis , en renforçant le dialogue et la confiance dans les communautés locales.  D’autre part, il favorisera le dialogue sur la gouvernance à plusieurs niveaux entre le gouvernement national et les autorités locales. AGREED est un projet de 24 mois financé par la Commission Européenne dans le cadre du programme de Soutien aux Organisations de la Société Civile et aux Autorités Locales (OSC-AL) en République de Moldavie.

Il est mis en œuvre par le nouvellement constitué bureau de l’ALDA à Chișinau, avec la participation conjointe de l’Agence de la Démocratie Locale de Cimișlia, Moldavie, et de la Clinique Juridique Universitaire de Bălti.


Primo incontro della commissione guida del progetto AGREED in Moldavia

Il primo incontro della commissione guida del progetto AGREED – Активизация реформы управления для ускорения развития si è tenuto il 26 marzo a Chisinau.

Il progetto si prefigge di rafforzare le capacità delle autorità moldave nell’attualizzare un’amministrazione trasparente e partecipativa, con specifico riferimento ai processi decisionali relativi alla prossima riforma di Decentralizzazione. Inoltre, il progetto tende a sviluppare le capacità delle autorità locali e delle organizzazioni della società civile sia a pianificare, sia a realizzare le loro attività, in stretta collaborazione con le comunità locali e altri stakeholder, coinvolgendoli attivamente della pianificazione e realizzazione di queste, potenziando così la capacità di rispondere alle sfide emergenti, rafforzando dialogo e fiducia nelle comunità locali. Il progetto curerà il dialogo concernente la governance a più livelli, tra governo nazionale e autorità locali. AGREED è un progetto biennale finanziato dalla Commissione Europea come parte del programma Support to Civil Society Organisations and Local Authorities (CSO-LA) in the Republic of Moldova.

É realizzato dal nuovo ufficio di ALDA a Chisinau, con la co-partecipazione dell’Agenzia della Democrazia Locale (ADL) Moldavia di Cimișlia e dal dipartimento di Legal Clinic dell’Università di Bălți.


Первое заседание Руководящего комитета проекта AGREED в Молдове

Первое совещание руководящего комитета по новому проекту AGREED – Активизация Реформы Управления в Целях Содействия Развитию, была организована 26 марта в Кишиневе.

Проект направлен на укрепление потенциала местных органов власти Молдовы для осуществления прозрачного и основанного на широком участии управления в своих общинах, с конкретной ссылкой на процесс разработки политики, связанный с предстоящей административной реформой. Он намерен наращивать потенциал местных органов власти (ОО) и организаций гражданского общества (ОГО) планировать и осуществлять свою деятельность в тесном сотрудничестве с местными общинами и другими заинтересованными сторонами путем привлечения их к планированию и осуществлению, укрепляя тем самым потенциал реагирования на вызовы, укрепляя диалог и доверие в местных общинах. С другой стороны, он будет содействовать многоуровневому диалогу по вопросам управления между национальным правительством и местными органами власти. AGREED является 24-месячным проектом, финансируемым Европейской Комиссией в рамках программы поддержки организаций гражданского общества и местных органов власти (ОГО–ОО) в Республике Молдова.

Он реализуется недавно созданным офисом ALDA в Кишиневе при участии Агентства Местной Демократии в Молдове из Чимишлии и Университетской Юридической Клиники в Бельцах.


Prvi sastanak upravnog odbora projekta “AGREED” u Moldaviji

Prvi sastanak upravnog odbora novog projekta “AGREED – Activating Governance Reform for Enhancing Development” organizovan je 26. marta u Kišinjevu.

Projekat ima za cilј jačanje kapaciteta lokalnih vlasti u Moldaviji za obavlјanje transparentnog i participativnog upravlјanja u svojim zajednicama, sa posebnim osvrtom na proces donošenja politika u vezi sa predstojećom reformom decentralizacije. Projekat ima za cilj da izgradi kapacitete lokalnih vlasti i organizacija civilnog društva (OCD) da planiraju i implementiraju svoje aktivnosti u bliskoj saradnji sa lokalnim zajednicama i drugim zainteresovanim stranama kroz njihovo uklјučivanje u planiranje i implementaciju, čime će biti povećani kapaciteti za odgovor na izazove , jačanje dijaloga i poverenja u lokalne zajednice. Sa druge strane, on će promovisati dijalog o upravlјanju na više nivoa između vlade i lokalnih vlasti. “AGREED” je 24-mesečni projekat koji finansira Evropska komisija kao deo podrške organizacijama civilnog društva i lokalnim vlastima (CSO-LA) u programu Republike Moldavije.

Sprovodi ga novoosnovana ALDA kancelarija u Kišinjevu uz učešće Agencije lokalne demokratije iz Moldavije i Pravni fakultet Univerziteta u Baltiju.

أول اجتماع لجنة تسيير مشروع تفعيل منظومة اصلاح الحوكمة لتعزيز التنمية (СОГЛАСОВАНО) بجمهورية مولدوفا

نظمت لجنة التسيير أول اجتماع لها حول مشروع تفعيل منظومة اصلاح الحوكمة لتعزيز التنمية (СОГЛАСОВАНО) يوم 26 مارس (آذار) بتشيزيانو.

يهدف هذا المشروع إلى تعزيز قدرات السلطات المحلية في مولدوفا على تعزيز منظومة حوكمة شفافة وتشاركية داخل كافة مجتمعاتهم امحلية مع التركيز, بشكل خاص, على مسار صنع القرار المتعلق بالبرامج القادمة حول منظومة اصلاح برامج اللامركزية. كما يهدف القائمون على هذا البرنامج إلى بناء قدرات السلطات المحلية ومنظمات المجتمع المدني للتخطيط لأنشطتهم والسهر على تنفيذها بالشراكة مع المجتمعات المحلية والأطراف الفاعلة الأخرى وذلك بدمجهم في برامج التخطيط والتنفيذ, وبالتالي, تعزيز قدراتهم وتمكينهم من رفع التحديات وتعزيز طرق الحوار ودعم الثقة في المجتمعات المحلية. ومن جانب آخر, يمكن المشروع من دفع الحوارعلى أساس منظومة حوكمة على مستويات متعددة بين كل من الحكومة المركزية والسلطات المحلية. صمم مشروع تفعيل منظومة اصلاح الحوكمة لتعزيز التنمية ( СОГЛАСОВАНО) ليتواصل على مدى 24 شهر ويتم تمويله من قبل المفوضية الأوروبية, وذلك في إطار الدعم الذي تحظى به منظمات المجتمع المدني والسلطات المحلية حول برنامج جمهورية مولدوفا.

كما يسهر على تنفيذ هذا المشروع المكتب الجديد الذي أنشأته ألدا في مدينة تشيزيانو بالشراكة مع كل من وكالة الديمقراطية المحلية في مولدوفا, بمدينة سيمشليا وجامعة المصحة القانونية في مدينة بالتي.

A first steering committee meeting on the new AGREED – Activating Governance Reform for Enhancing Development project was organized on the 26th of March in Chisinau.

The project aims at strengthening the capacity of Moldovan local authorities to perform transparent and participatory governance in their Communities, with a specific reference to the policy-making process related to the upcoming Decentralisation reform. It intends to build the capacities of Local Authorities (LAs) and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to plan and implement their activities in close cooperation with local communities and other stakeholders by involving them into planning and implementation, thus strengthening the capacity to respond to challenges, reinforcing dialogue and trust in local communities. On the other hand, it will promote a multi-level governance dialogue between the national government and local authorities. AGREED is a 24-month project funded by the European Commission as part of the Support to Civil Society Organisations and Local Authorities (CSO-LA) in the Republic of Moldova program.

It is implemented by the newly established ALDA office in Chișinau with the co-participation of the Local Democracy Agency Moldova from Cimișlia and the University Legal Clinic from Bălți.


Première réunion du Comité Directeur du projet AGREED à Moldova

Une première réunion du Comité Directeur sur le nouveau projet AGREED – Activer la réforme de la gouvernance pour renforcer le développement –  a été organisée le 26 mars à Chișinau.

Le projet vise à renforcer la capacité des autorités locales moldaves à mettre en place une gouvernance transparente et participative dans leurs communautés, en faisant référence spécifiquement au processus d’élaboration des politiques lié à la prochaine réforme de la décentralisation. Il aspire à développer les capacités des Autorités Locales (AL) et des Organisations de la Société Civile (OSC) pour planifier et mettre en œuvre leurs activités en étroite coopération avec les communautés locales et les autres parties prenantes en les impliquant dans la planification et la mise en œuvre, renforçant ainsi la capacité de relever les défis , en renforçant le dialogue et la confiance dans les communautés locales.  D’autre part, il favorisera le dialogue sur la gouvernance à plusieurs niveaux entre le gouvernement national et les autorités locales. AGREED est un projet de 24 mois financé par la Commission Européenne dans le cadre du programme de Soutien aux Organisations de la Société Civile et aux Autorités Locales (OSC-AL) en République de Moldavie.

Il est mis en œuvre par le nouvellement constitué bureau de l’ALDA à Chișinau, avec la participation conjointe de l’Agence de la Démocratie Locale de Cimișlia, Moldavie, et de la Clinique Juridique Universitaire de Bălti.


Primo incontro della commissione guida del progetto AGREED in Moldavia

Il primo incontro della commissione guida del progetto AGREED – Активизация реформы управления для ускорения развития si è tenuto il 26 marzo a Chisinau.

Il progetto si prefigge di rafforzare le capacità delle autorità moldave nell’attualizzare un’amministrazione trasparente e partecipativa, con specifico riferimento ai processi decisionali relativi alla prossima riforma di Decentralizzazione. Inoltre, il progetto tende a sviluppare le capacità delle autorità locali e delle organizzazioni della società civile sia a pianificare, sia a realizzare le loro attività, in stretta collaborazione con le comunità locali e altri stakeholder, coinvolgendoli attivamente della pianificazione e realizzazione di queste, potenziando così la capacità di rispondere alle sfide emergenti, rafforzando dialogo e fiducia nelle comunità locali. Il progetto curerà il dialogo concernente la governance a più livelli, tra governo nazionale e autorità locali. AGREED è un progetto biennale finanziato dalla Commissione Europea come parte del programma Support to Civil Society Organisations and Local Authorities (CSO-LA) in the Republic of Moldova.

É realizzato dal nuovo ufficio di ALDA a Chisinau, con la co-partecipazione dell’Agenzia della Democrazia Locale (ADL) Moldavia di Cimișlia e dal dipartimento di Legal Clinic dell’Università di Bălți.


Первое заседание Руководящего комитета проекта AGREED в Молдове

Первое совещание руководящего комитета по новому проекту AGREED – Активизация Реформы Управления в Целях Содействия Развитию, была организована 26 марта в Кишиневе.

Проект направлен на укрепление потенциала местных органов власти Молдовы для осуществления прозрачного и основанного на широком участии управления в своих общинах, с конкретной ссылкой на процесс разработки политики, связанный с предстоящей административной реформой. Он намерен наращивать потенциал местных органов власти (ОО) и организаций гражданского общества (ОГО) планировать и осуществлять свою деятельность в тесном сотрудничестве с местными общинами и другими заинтересованными сторонами путем привлечения их к планированию и осуществлению, укрепляя тем самым потенциал реагирования на вызовы, укрепляя диалог и доверие в местных общинах. С другой стороны, он будет содействовать многоуровневому диалогу по вопросам управления между национальным правительством и местными органами власти. AGREED является 24-месячным проектом, финансируемым Европейской Комиссией в рамках программы поддержки организаций гражданского общества и местных органов власти (ОГО–ОО) в Республике Молдова.

Он реализуется недавно созданным офисом ALDA в Кишиневе при участии Агентства Местной Демократии в Молдове из Чимишлии и Университетской Юридической Клиники в Бельцах.


Prvi sastanak upravnog odbora projekta “AGREED” u Moldaviji

Prvi sastanak upravnog odbora novog projekta “AGREED – Activating Governance Reform for Enhancing Development” organizovan je 26. marta u Kišinjevu.

Projekat ima za cilј jačanje kapaciteta lokalnih vlasti u Moldaviji za obavlјanje transparentnog i participativnog upravlјanja u svojim zajednicama, sa posebnim osvrtom na proces donošenja politika u vezi sa predstojećom reformom decentralizacije. Projekat ima za cilj da izgradi kapacitete lokalnih vlasti i organizacija civilnog društva (OCD) da planiraju i implementiraju svoje aktivnosti u bliskoj saradnji sa lokalnim zajednicama i drugim zainteresovanim stranama kroz njihovo uklјučivanje u planiranje i implementaciju, čime će biti povećani kapaciteti za odgovor na izazove , jačanje dijaloga i poverenja u lokalne zajednice. Sa druge strane, on će promovisati dijalog o upravlјanju na više nivoa između vlade i lokalnih vlasti. “AGREED” je 24-mesečni projekat koji finansira Evropska komisija kao deo podrške organizacijama civilnog društva i lokalnim vlastima (CSO-LA) u programu Republike Moldavije.

Sprovodi ga novoosnovana ALDA kancelarija u Kišinjevu uz učešće Agencije lokalne demokratije iz Moldavije i Pravni fakultet Univerziteta u Baltiju.

أول اجتماع لجنة تسيير مشروع تفعيل منظومة اصلاح الحوكمة لتعزيز التنمية (СОГЛАСОВАНО) بجمهورية مولدوفا

نظمت لجنة التسيير أول اجتماع لها حول مشروع تفعيل منظومة اصلاح الحوكمة لتعزيز التنمية (СОГЛАСОВАНО) يوم 26 مارس (آذار) بتشيزيانو.

يهدف هذا المشروع إلى تعزيز قدرات السلطات المحلية في مولدوفا على تعزيز منظومة حوكمة شفافة وتشاركية داخل كافة مجتمعاتهم امحلية مع التركيز, بشكل خاص, على مسار صنع القرار المتعلق بالبرامج القادمة حول منظومة اصلاح برامج اللامركزية. كما يهدف القائمون على هذا البرنامج إلى بناء قدرات السلطات المحلية ومنظمات المجتمع المدني للتخطيط لأنشطتهم والسهر على تنفيذها بالشراكة مع المجتمعات المحلية والأطراف الفاعلة الأخرى وذلك بدمجهم في برامج التخطيط والتنفيذ, وبالتالي, تعزيز قدراتهم وتمكينهم من رفع التحديات وتعزيز طرق الحوار ودعم الثقة في المجتمعات المحلية. ومن جانب آخر, يمكن المشروع من دفع الحوارعلى أساس منظومة حوكمة على مستويات متعددة بين كل من الحكومة المركزية والسلطات المحلية. صمم مشروع تفعيل منظومة اصلاح الحوكمة لتعزيز التنمية ( СОГЛАСОВАНО) ليتواصل على مدى 24 شهر ويتم تمويله من قبل المفوضية الأوروبية, وذلك في إطار الدعم الذي تحظى به منظمات المجتمع المدني والسلطات المحلية حول برنامج جمهورية مولدوفا.

كما يسهر على تنفيذ هذا المشروع المكتب الجديد الذي أنشأته ألدا في مدينة تشيزيانو بالشراكة مع كل من وكالة الديمقراطية المحلية في مولدوفا, بمدينة سيمشليا وجامعة المصحة القانونية في مدينة بالتي.


Think globally, act locally: Empowering young people

After two days focusing on empowering young people and enabling them to have a better understanding of the content regarding rule of law and fundamental rights, the international workshop “Rule of law and fundamental rights – why is it important for the youth and how youth can contribute to monitor reforms in these fields” organized in Mostar, has successfully finished. Around 20 youngsters had opportunity to follow a series of workshops and be part of different activities.

The European union was in one of the major topics discussed throughout the workshop, particularly the set of values, standards and principles that one country should have in order to became a member. The conclusion was that the countries should strive to implement the EU directives and regulations firstly for their own benefit and afterwards as a condition to EU accession.

The youngsters had the opportunity to express their opinion regarding fundamental rights by critical analysis of their own countries and in comparison to the others. The outcome of this workshop was gaining knowledge for the situation on the Western Balkans regarding this questions on the one hand and creating a set of recommendations on the other.

The international workshop “Rule of law and fundamental rights – why is it important for the youth and how youth can contribute to monitor reforms in these fields was organized in the framework of the project “Regional youth compact for Europe”, which is implemented by the Center for Democracy Foundation, Balkan Network for Local Democracy, CRTA, Youth Act and Sodem. This project is funded by the European Union and the Balkan Trust for Democracy, a project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

Полезные ссылки:
Photos of the Event 

After two days focusing on empowering young people and enabling them to have a better understanding of the content regarding rule of law and fundamental rights, the international workshop “Rule of law and fundamental rights – why is it important for the youth and how youth can contribute to monitor reforms in these fields” organized in Mostar, has successfully finished. Around 20 youngsters had opportunity to follow a series of workshops and be part of different activities.

The European union was in one of the major topics discussed throughout the workshop, particularly the set of values, standards and principles that one country should have in order to became a member. The conclusion was that the countries should strive to implement the EU directives and regulations firstly for their own benefit and afterwards as a condition to EU accession.

The youngsters had the opportunity to express their opinion regarding fundamental rights by critical analysis of their own countries and in comparison to the others. The outcome of this workshop was gaining knowledge for the situation on the Western Balkans regarding this questions on the one hand and creating a set of recommendations on the other.

The international workshop “Rule of law and fundamental rights – why is it important for the youth and how youth can contribute to monitor reforms in these fields was organized in the framework of the project “Regional youth compact for Europe”, which is implemented by the Center for Democracy Foundation, Balkan Network for Local Democracy, CRTA, Youth Act and Sodem. This project is funded by the European Union and the Balkan Trust for Democracy, a project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

Полезные ссылки:
Photos of the Event 


RECOV : Second Local Path in Romania

The second local path in the project RECOV in Romania took place on 22 March 2019 in Rucar at the Town Hall conference room. 32 members of the local participation group attended the activity.

First of all there were preparations for the second local path as selection of the team members (according to their interest in the project, the technical knowledge, the volunteering attitude…), the participants that needed to be invited at the local debates on this topic.

There were offered examples of good practice –on behalf of the municipality authorities. There was also implemented the questionnaire as drafting (how to be applied as the level of local community), as well asked six questions regarding the role of E-government in the local administration with 60 respondents.
Many participants at the event underlined the weak points of the local administration in case of collaborative public services. Drafting the state of the art in case of collaborative public services as well as the SWOT analysis were implemented during this meeting.
This activity is part of the project RECOV: REthinking COllaborative Values for Public Services, supported by the European programme Europe for Citizens.

The second local path in the project RECOV in Romania took place on 22 March 2019 in Rucar at the Town Hall conference room. 32 members of the local participation group attended the activity.

First of all there were preparations for the second local path as selection of the team members (according to their interest in the project, the technical knowledge, the volunteering attitude…), the participants that needed to be invited at the local debates on this topic.

There were offered examples of good practice –on behalf of the municipality authorities. There was also implemented the questionnaire as drafting (how to be applied as the level of local community), as well asked six questions regarding the role of E-government in the local administration with 60 respondents.
Many participants at the event underlined the weak points of the local administration in case of collaborative public services. Drafting the state of the art in case of collaborative public services as well as the SWOT analysis were implemented during this meeting.
This activity is part of the project RECOV: REthinking COllaborative Values for Public Services, supported by the European programme Europe for Citizens.


Corso Informativo sui Programmi UE 2014-2020 – FORMULA WEEK-END!

Se sei curioso di conoscere da vicino i programmi dell’Unione Europea, ALDA offre il “Corso Informativo sui Programmi UE 2014-2020”, un’occasione unica di formazione professionale, pensata in formula weekend per facilitare la partecipazione di studenti e lavoratori!

Il corso, dalla durata complessiva di 16 ore, si terrà sabato 25 e domenica 26 maggio 2019, presso la sala formativa della sede ALDA di Vicenza, in Viale Milano, 66. Il corso si prefigge di fornire tutte le informazioni e gli strumenti necessari per muovere i primi passi e orientarsi nell’universo dei programmi di finanziamento dell’Unione Europea, alla luce della programmazione 2014-2020 e delle anticipazioni della nuova programmazione europea, 2021-2027.

Il corso è rivolto a tutti coloro che intendono apprendere/migliorare le loro competenze in tema di finanziamenti comunitari, al fine di accrescere le proprie capacità in materia di programmazione europea. Non è richiesta alcuna conoscenza pregressa (consigliabile una conoscenza minima della lingua inglese). Alla fine del corso, verrà rilasciato un attestato di frequenza.

Mettiti alla prova e diventa protagonista dell’Europa!

Per costi e maggiori informazioni, consulta il PROGRAMMA dettagliato del corso. Per iscriversi, si prega di compilare questo FORM ONLINE, entro il 20 maggio 2019.

Per ulteriori chiarimenti, contattare Anna Ditta: anna.ditta@aldaintranet.org – Tel. 0444 540146

Se sei curioso di conoscere da vicino i programmi dell’Unione Europea, ALDA offre il “Corso Informativo sui Programmi UE 2014-2020”, un’occasione unica di formazione professionale, pensata in formula weekend per facilitare la partecipazione di studenti e lavoratori!

Il corso, dalla durata complessiva di 16 ore, si terrà sabato 25 e domenica 26 maggio 2019, presso la sala formativa della sede ALDA di Vicenza, in Viale Milano, 66. Il corso si prefigge di fornire tutte le informazioni e gli strumenti necessari per muovere i primi passi e orientarsi nell’universo dei programmi di finanziamento dell’Unione Europea, alla luce della programmazione 2014-2020 e delle anticipazioni della nuova programmazione europea, 2021-2027.

Il corso è rivolto a tutti coloro che intendono apprendere/migliorare le loro competenze in tema di finanziamenti comunitari, al fine di accrescere le proprie capacità in materia di programmazione europea. Non è richiesta alcuna conoscenza pregressa (consigliabile una conoscenza minima della lingua inglese). Alla fine del corso, verrà rilasciato un attestato di frequenza.

Mettiti alla prova e diventa protagonista dell’Europa!

Per costi e maggiori informazioni, consulta il PROGRAMMA dettagliato del corso. Per iscriversi, si prega di compilare questo FORM ONLINE, entro il 20 maggio 2019.

Per ulteriori chiarimenti, contattare Anna Ditta: anna.ditta@aldaintranet.org – Tel. 0444 540146


Citizens in action for the future of the European Union thanks to WISE Project!

One year has passed from the launching conference of the project WISE – While Innovating and Strengthening Europe, in Rome. Since then, the 16 project partners have implemented their local processes on the field, involving citizens’ groups – especially disadvantaged people, young citizens and minorities – in the reflection on the European Union past, present and future.

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Want to see what the project partners did in the past year? Have a look at the video of the project! The local path has followed the same implementation in all the 16 countries involved: 16 countries, 25 participants per event, 3 events per country:

#1 – EU LEARN: How could you think about something that you don’t know? That’s why all the partners focused the first activity on raising awareness about the history and the functioning of the European Union, using participatory and non-formal tools
#2 – EU REFLECT: Nothing is perfect, but all together we can always improve the situation! Once the participants have learned more about the European Union they have started the reflection on the challenges and the next steps of this big amazing project that the EU is. World cafés, open discussions, surveys and role plays are only few of the participatory tools that have been used.
#3 – EU ACT: Don’t lose time complaining! Playing an active role in finding solutions is way more interesting! All the citizens involved in the project implementation have been working on producing outputs and innovative way to foster EU understanding and to improve citizens’ participations all over enlarged Europe. Games, theatre plays, recommendations, campaigns, manifestos, quiz and much more!

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On 14th March the REDE LDBC Lisboa, the Portuguese partner of the WISE Project, hosted its final international conference, where MEP candidates, representatives of the EU Institutions as well as representatives of local authorities, civil society organizations and citizens discussed about the challenges identified during the implementation of the local processes: European citizenship meaning, Erasmus as a fundamental experience, the unknown daily impact of the EU in our life, the “drain brain” issue and obviously the upcoming European Elections. 2019 is the last year of the project and the project partners are now working on the production of the final E-publication that will collect and present all the participatory tools used and elaborated during the implementation of the project. For more info on the project, have a look on its page on our website and stay tuned!

One year has passed from the launching conference of the project WISE – While Innovating and Strengthening Europe, in Rome. Since then, the 16 project partners have implemented their local processes on the field, involving citizens’ groups – especially disadvantaged people, young citizens and minorities – in the reflection on the European Union past, present and future.

***
Want to see what the project partners did in the past year? Have a look at the video of the project! The local path has followed the same implementation in all the 16 countries involved: 16 countries, 25 participants per event, 3 events per country:

#1 – EU LEARN: How could you think about something that you don’t know? That’s why all the partners focused the first activity on raising awareness about the history and the functioning of the European Union, using participatory and non-formal tools
#2 – EU REFLECT: Nothing is perfect, but all together we can always improve the situation! Once the participants have learned more about the European Union they have started the reflection on the challenges and the next steps of this big amazing project that the EU is. World cafés, open discussions, surveys and role plays are only few of the participatory tools that have been used.
#3 – EU ACT: Don’t lose time complaining! Playing an active role in finding solutions is way more interesting! All the citizens involved in the project implementation have been working on producing outputs and innovative way to foster EU understanding and to improve citizens’ participations all over enlarged Europe. Games, theatre plays, recommendations, campaigns, manifestos, quiz and much more!

***
On 14th March the REDE LDBC Lisboa, the Portuguese partner of the WISE Project, hosted its final international conference, where MEP candidates, representatives of the EU Institutions as well as representatives of local authorities, civil society organizations and citizens discussed about the challenges identified during the implementation of the local processes: European citizenship meaning, Erasmus as a fundamental experience, the unknown daily impact of the EU in our life, the “drain brain” issue and obviously the upcoming European Elections. 2019 is the last year of the project and the project partners are now working on the production of the final E-publication that will collect and present all the participatory tools used and elaborated during the implementation of the project. For more info on the project, have a look on its page on our website and stay tuned!


ALDA supports Northern Ireland Community Activists to undertake a Conflict Resolution Study Visit to Croatia & Bosnia in March 2019.

Almost 40 Activists from opposing sides of the community in Northern Ireland have undertaken a very successful week long Study Visit to Croatia and Bosnia to look at conflict resolution and peace building.
The Study Visit lasted from March 10th to 16th and visited various sites in Croatia (Sisak, Petrinja, Glina, Topusko and surrounding area) and Bosnia (Kostajnica, Prijedor, Kozara and surrounding areas). Participants also visited Jasenovac and Gradina Death Camp, met the Irish and British Ambassadors to Croatia, spoke to victims and combatants and, while in Prijedor, they also visited a Mosque, Catholic and Orthodox churches.
The group participated in workshops and other learning activity and used the week to build relationships amongst themselves which will continue when they return to their own communities in Northern Ireland. Themes explored during the study visit included conflict and peace building, legacy issues / dealing with the past, commemoration / celebration, memorialisation and remembrance, the use of symbols, extremism, religion and identity, the role of civil society and building a community after conflict.
The programme was organised by the Building Communities Resource Centre in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland and involved participants from its Community Integration and Key Institutions Programmes. The project was funded by Peace IV through the Special European Union Programmes Body in Northern Ireland.
The Study Visit was facilitated by Sean Feenan (ALDA Ambassador for Ireland and Northern Ireland) and Nina Ficur Feenan (Balkans ireland Project). The Study Visit was organised by ALDA with direct support from ALDA staff in Vicenza Italy, LDA Skopje (Republic of Macedonia) and LDA Prijedor (Bosnia).
Photo shows Sean Feenan (ALDA Ambassador for Ireland and Northern Ireland) with H.E. Olive Hempenstall, Irish Ambassador to Croatia and H.E. Andrew Dalgleish, British Ambassador to Croatia.

Almost 40 Activists from opposing sides of the community in Northern Ireland have undertaken a very successful week long Study Visit to Croatia and Bosnia to look at conflict resolution and peace building.
The Study Visit lasted from March 10th to 16th and visited various sites in Croatia (Sisak, Petrinja, Glina, Topusko and surrounding area) and Bosnia (Kostajnica, Prijedor, Kozara and surrounding areas). Participants also visited Jasenovac and Gradina Death Camp, met the Irish and British Ambassadors to Croatia, spoke to victims and combatants and, while in Prijedor, they also visited a Mosque, Catholic and Orthodox churches.
The group participated in workshops and other learning activity and used the week to build relationships amongst themselves which will continue when they return to their own communities in Northern Ireland. Themes explored during the study visit included conflict and peace building, legacy issues / dealing with the past, commemoration / celebration, memorialisation and remembrance, the use of symbols, extremism, religion and identity, the role of civil society and building a community after conflict.
The programme was organised by the Building Communities Resource Centre in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland and involved participants from its Community Integration and Key Institutions Programmes. The project was funded by Peace IV through the Special European Union Programmes Body in Northern Ireland.
The Study Visit was facilitated by Sean Feenan (ALDA Ambassador for Ireland and Northern Ireland) and Nina Ficur Feenan (Balkans ireland Project). The Study Visit was organised by ALDA with direct support from ALDA staff in Vicenza Italy, LDA Skopje (Republic of Macedonia) and LDA Prijedor (Bosnia).
Photo shows Sean Feenan (ALDA Ambassador for Ireland and Northern Ireland) with H.E. Olive Hempenstall, Irish Ambassador to Croatia and H.E. Andrew Dalgleish, British Ambassador to Croatia.


Training on ICT as a tool for inclusive communities

From the 25th till the the 28th of March, educators from the Mind Inclusion 2.0 consortium of partners will meet at the headquarters of INTRAS Foundation in Valladolid (Spain) for a training on the use of co-creative methodologies to engage disabled people in the local community.

Why? Mind Inclusion 2.0 is a EU-funded project addressing the difficulties and barriers that often prevent people with disabilities from feeling at ease in public spaces. In order to tackle this challenge, 6 among NGOs, research entities and companies from 4 European countries are working together to co-design with disabled people an easy-to-use web platform where places and activities that are inclusive for all can be found and reviewed by users.
This training will provide skills on two main topics. The first one is about how to engage potential users to be part of local action groups. The second one is on how to correctly use the platform and transfer these skills to end-users and other stakeholders. Both of them are keys to ensure the durability and transferability of the tools and competences developed by the project.
Skills such as assertive communication, ICT, moderation, co-design will be acquired by participants for the best implementation of the MIND INCLUSION 2.0 Co-creation Methodology. The training will be interactive and will give the trainees the opportunity to put immediately in practice the methodologies and tools provided within the group. Stay updated on our FB page to have live news from the training!
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Formation sur les TIC comme un outil pour les communautés inclusives
Du 25 au 28 mars, les éducateurs du consortium de partenaires Mind Inclusion 2.0 se réuniront au siège de la Fondation INTRAS à Valladolid (Espagne) pour une formation sur l’utilisation de méthodologies co-créatives pour impliquer les personnes handicapées dans la communauté locale.
Pourquoi? Mind Inclusion 2.0 est un projet financé par l’UE qui examine les difficultés et les barrières qui empêchent souvent les personnes handicapées de se sentir à l’aise dans les espaces publics. Afin de relever ce défi, 6 institutions y compris ONGs, entités de recherche et entreprises de 4 pays européens travaillent ensemble pour co-concevoir avec des personnes handicapées une plate-forme web d’usage facile où les utilisateurs peuvent trouver et évaluer des endroits et des activités inclusifs pour tous.
Cette formation fournira des compétences sur deux sujets principaux. Le premier concerne la manière de faire participer les utilisateurs potentiels aux groupes d’action locaux. Le deuxième porte sur l’utilisation correcte de la plate-forme et le transfert de ces compétences aux utilisateurs finaux et aux autres parties prenantes. Ces deux sujets sont clés pour assurer la durabilité et la transférabilité des outils et des compétences développées par le projet.
Des aptitudes telles que la communication assertive, les TIC, la modération et la co-conception seront acquises par les participants pour la meilleure implémentation de la méthodologie de co-création MIND INCLUSION 2.0. La formation sera interactive et donnera aux stagiaires l’occasion de mettre immédiatement en pratique les méthodologies et les outils fournis au sein du groupe.
 Restez à jour sur notre page FB pour avoir des nouvelles sur la formation en direct!

From the 25th till the the 28th of March, educators from the Mind Inclusion 2.0 consortium of partners will meet at the headquarters of INTRAS Foundation in Valladolid (Spain) for a training on the use of co-creative methodologies to engage disabled people in the local community.

Why? Mind Inclusion 2.0 is a EU-funded project addressing the difficulties and barriers that often prevent people with disabilities from feeling at ease in public spaces. In order to tackle this challenge, 6 among NGOs, research entities and companies from 4 European countries are working together to co-design with disabled people an easy-to-use web platform where places and activities that are inclusive for all can be found and reviewed by users.
This training will provide skills on two main topics. The first one is about how to engage potential users to be part of local action groups. The second one is on how to correctly use the platform and transfer these skills to end-users and other stakeholders. Both of them are keys to ensure the durability and transferability of the tools and competences developed by the project.
Skills such as assertive communication, ICT, moderation, co-design will be acquired by participants for the best implementation of the MIND INCLUSION 2.0 Co-creation Methodology. The training will be interactive and will give the trainees the opportunity to put immediately in practice the methodologies and tools provided within the group. Stay updated on our FB page to have live news from the training!
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Formation sur les TIC comme un outil pour les communautés inclusives
Du 25 au 28 mars, les éducateurs du consortium de partenaires Mind Inclusion 2.0 se réuniront au siège de la Fondation INTRAS à Valladolid (Espagne) pour une formation sur l’utilisation de méthodologies co-créatives pour impliquer les personnes handicapées dans la communauté locale.
Pourquoi? Mind Inclusion 2.0 est un projet financé par l’UE qui examine les difficultés et les barrières qui empêchent souvent les personnes handicapées de se sentir à l’aise dans les espaces publics. Afin de relever ce défi, 6 institutions y compris ONGs, entités de recherche et entreprises de 4 pays européens travaillent ensemble pour co-concevoir avec des personnes handicapées une plate-forme web d’usage facile où les utilisateurs peuvent trouver et évaluer des endroits et des activités inclusifs pour tous.
Cette formation fournira des compétences sur deux sujets principaux. Le premier concerne la manière de faire participer les utilisateurs potentiels aux groupes d’action locaux. Le deuxième porte sur l’utilisation correcte de la plate-forme et le transfert de ces compétences aux utilisateurs finaux et aux autres parties prenantes. Ces deux sujets sont clés pour assurer la durabilité et la transférabilité des outils et des compétences développées par le projet.
Des aptitudes telles que la communication assertive, les TIC, la modération et la co-conception seront acquises par les participants pour la meilleure implémentation de la méthodologie de co-création MIND INCLUSION 2.0. La formation sera interactive et donnera aux stagiaires l’occasion de mettre immédiatement en pratique les méthodologies et les outils fournis au sein du groupe.
 Restez à jour sur notre page FB pour avoir des nouvelles sur la formation en direct!


Life FALKON takes flight and launches its first Newsletter!

As partner of LIFE FALKON project, ALDA is extremely happy to announce that its first newsletter has been released! (Read the newsletter!)
Вместе с TECLA, the lead partner, ISPRA – Istituto Superiore per la Promozione e Ricerca Ambientale, то University of Milan и Греческое орнитологическое общество, ALDA is proud to be directly involved in such an innovative project on biodiversity, aiming at fostering resilience of the central-eastern European population of lesser kestrel to climate change. The Lesser Kestrel is a diurnal bird of prey, whose populations are concentrated in the Mediterranean regions, especially in Greece and Italy.

This first newsletter clearly introduces the lesser kestrel’s issue, and explains why a whole project has been dedicated to this species of falcon, enabling also non-expert readers to become familiar with the subject. The newsletter also presents and summarizes the actual status of the project, giving hints on upcoming activities.

Do not miss any updates from LIFE FALKON’s project and sign-up to the newsletter!
For more information on the project, visit its веб-сайт.


Life FALKON prend son envol et lance sa première newsletter !

En tant que partenaire du projet LIFE FALKON, ALDA est extrêmement heureuse d’annoncer que sa première newsletter a été publiée ! (La newsletter à lire !)
Aux côtés de TECLA, le partenaire principal, ISPRA – Istituto Superiore per la Promozione e Ricerca Ambientale, de l’Université de Milan et de la Греческое орнитологическое общество, l’ALDA est fière de participer directement à un projet aussi novateur sur la biodiversité, visant à favoriser la résilience de la population d’Europe centrale et orientale de faucons crécerelles aux changements climatiques. Le faucon crécerelle est un rapace diurne dont les populations sont concentrées dans les régions méditerranéennes, en particulier en Grèce et en Italie.

Cette première newsletter présente clairement le problème du faucon crécerelle et explique pourquoi un projet entier a été consacré à cette espèce de faucon, permettant ainsi à des lecteurs non experts de se familiariser avec le sujet. La lettre d’information présente et résume également l’état d’avancement du projet, donnant des indications sur les activités à venir.

Ne manquez aucune mise à jour du projet LIFE FALKON et inscrivez-vous à la newsletter!
Pour plus d’informations sur le projet, visitez son site internet.


Prende il volo la prima newsletter del progetto Life FALKON!

Come partner del progetto Life FALKON, ALDA è felicissima di poterne annunciare la prima newsletter! (Leggi la newsletter!)

Insieme a TECLA, partner leader del progetto, ISPRA – Istituto Superiore per la Promozione e Ricerca Ambientale, l’Università degli Studi di Milano e l’Греческое орнитологическое общество, ALDA è orgogliosa di essere direttamente coinvolta in un progetto così innovativo sulla biodiversità, che ha come principale obbiettivo la tutela della popolazione europea centro-orientale del falco grillaio dagli effetti del cambiamento climatico.
Il falco grillaio è un rapace diurno, la cui specie si concentra nelle regioni mediterranee, sopratutto in Grecia e in Italia.

La prima newsletter introduce con chiarezza la “questione” falco grillaio, quindi il motivo per cui l’intero progetto è stato dedicato interamente a questa specie dei falchi, rendendo l’argomento accessibile anche ai lettori curiosi meno esperti. La newsletter presenta, oltre allo stato attuale del progetto, anche accenni sulle prossime attività.

Non perdere gli aggiornamenti di Life FALKON e iscriviti alla newsletter! Per maggiori informazioni, visita il suo sito web!


Life FALKON запускает свой первый информационный бюллетень!

Как партнер проекта LIFE FALKON, ALDA очень рада объявить о выпуске своего первого информационного бюллетеня.! (доступно  по ссылке!)
Вместе с TECLA, главным партнером, ISPRA – Istituto Superiore per la Promozione e Ricerca Ambientale, University of Milan и Греческое орнитологическое общество, ALDA гордится тем, что принимает непосредственное участие в таком инновационном проекте по биоразнообразию, направленном на повышение устойчивости населения центральной и восточной Европы, в котором проживает меньшая пустельга, к изменению климата. Малая пустельга – суточная хищная птица, население которой сосредоточено в средиземноморских регионах, особенно в Греции и Италии.
Этот первый информационный бюллетень ясно описывает проблему малой пустельги и объясняет, почему целый проект был посвящен этому виду сокола, позволяя также неопытным читателям ознакомиться с предметом. Бюллетень также представляет и суммирует фактическое состояние проекта, давая подсказки о предстоящих мероприятиях.

Не пропустите обновления проекта LIFE FALKON и подпишитесь на бюллетень!
Для получения дополнительной информации о проекте, посетите страницу онлайн.


Počinje projekat LIFE FALKON i objavljuje svoj prvi Newsletter!

Kao partner projekta LIFE FALKON, ALDA sa zadovolјstvom objavlјuje da je izašao prvi newsletter! (Pročitajte newsletter projekta!)
Zajedno sa TECLA, vodećim partnerom, ISPRA – Istituto Superiore po La Promozione E Traženje AmbientaleUniverzitet u Milanu Helensko ornitološko društvo, ALDA je ponosna što je direktno uklјučena u takav inovativni projekat o biodiverzitetu, čiji je cilј podsticanje otpornosti na klimatske promene populacije stepske vetruške na teritorijama srednje i istočne Evrope. Stepska vetruška je dnevna ptica grablјivica, čija populacija je koncentrisana u mediteranskim regionima, posebno u Grčkoj i Italiji.

Ovaj prvi newsletter nas jasno upoznaje sa pitanjem stepske vetruške, i objašnjava zašto je čitav projekat posvećen ovoj vrsti sokola, omogućavajući i ne-stručnim čitaocima da se upoznaju sa ovom temom. Bilten takođe predstavlјa i rezimira aktuelni status projekta, davajući nagoveštaje o predstojećim aktivnostima.

Ne propustite novosti o projektu LIFE FALKON i prijavite se za newslettera!
Za više informacija o projektu, posetite web stranicu.

 

لايف فولكون (Life FALKON) تظهر إلى الوجود وتصدر أول نشرية إخبارية خاصة بها – في إطار هدف استراتيجية التنمية 

بصفتها شريك في مشروع لايف فولكون (Life FALKON), ألدا تعبر عن سعادتها الكبرى بالإعلان عن إصدار أول نشرية إخبارية خاصة بها. (اقرأ المزيد عن النشرية الإخبارية).

بالشراكة مع تلكا (TELCA ), الشريك الاساسي, والمعهد الأعلى لدعم أعمال البحث في المجال البيئي(ИСПРА) وجامعة ميلانووجمعية الطيور اليونانية,تعبر ألدا عن فخرها بالمشاركة المباشرة في مثل هذا المشروع المجدد حول التنوع البيئي, والذي يهدف إلى تعزيز قدرة السكان في منطقة أوروبا الوسطى على الصمود أمام المخاطر التي تتهدد الروك الكيستريل الأرنجي بسبب التغيرات المناخية. اروك الكيستريل الأرنجي هو طائر جارح يومي, يتمركز أكبر عدد من جنسه في المناطق المتوسطية, وخاصة في اليونان وإيطاليا.

تطرق العدد الأول من النشرية بكل وضوح إلى مسألة روك الكيستريل الأرنجي لتقديم مزيد من البيانات حول سبب تخصيص مشروع كامل لهذا الصنف من الصقور, وذلك بهدف مساعدة القراء من غير المختصين على الاطلاع على محتوى هذا الموضوع.  كما يتولى المشرفون على النشرية الإخبارية هذه تقديم الوضع الحالي للمشروع وحوصلة مدى التقدم الحاصل في هذا المجال, مع توفير بعض المعلومات حول الأنشطة المبرمجة مستقبلا.

احرصوا على الاطلاع على كافة المعلومات المحينة في إطار مشروع لايف فولكون (ЖИЗНЬ ФАЛКОН) و تسجيل اسمكم للحصول على النسخ الصادرة.

لمزيد من المعلومات حول المشروع, قم بزيارة موقع الوابالخاص بنا.

As partner of LIFE FALKON project, ALDA is extremely happy to announce that its first newsletter has been released! (Read the newsletter!)
Вместе с TECLA, the lead partner, ISPRA – Istituto Superiore per la Promozione e Ricerca Ambientale, то University of Milan и Греческое орнитологическое общество, ALDA is proud to be directly involved in such an innovative project on biodiversity, aiming at fostering resilience of the central-eastern European population of lesser kestrel to climate change. The Lesser Kestrel is a diurnal bird of prey, whose populations are concentrated in the Mediterranean regions, especially in Greece and Italy.

This first newsletter clearly introduces the lesser kestrel’s issue, and explains why a whole project has been dedicated to this species of falcon, enabling also non-expert readers to become familiar with the subject. The newsletter also presents and summarizes the actual status of the project, giving hints on upcoming activities.

Do not miss any updates from LIFE FALKON’s project and sign-up to the newsletter!
For more information on the project, visit its веб-сайт.


Life FALKON prend son envol et lance sa première newsletter !

En tant que partenaire du projet LIFE FALKON, ALDA est extrêmement heureuse d’annoncer que sa première newsletter a été publiée ! (La newsletter à lire !)
Aux côtés de TECLA, le partenaire principal, ISPRA – Istituto Superiore per la Promozione e Ricerca Ambientale, de l’Université de Milan et de la Греческое орнитологическое общество, l’ALDA est fière de participer directement à un projet aussi novateur sur la biodiversité, visant à favoriser la résilience de la population d’Europe centrale et orientale de faucons crécerelles aux changements climatiques. Le faucon crécerelle est un rapace diurne dont les populations sont concentrées dans les régions méditerranéennes, en particulier en Grèce et en Italie.

Cette première newsletter présente clairement le problème du faucon crécerelle et explique pourquoi un projet entier a été consacré à cette espèce de faucon, permettant ainsi à des lecteurs non experts de se familiariser avec le sujet. La lettre d’information présente et résume également l’état d’avancement du projet, donnant des indications sur les activités à venir.

Ne manquez aucune mise à jour du projet LIFE FALKON et inscrivez-vous à la newsletter!
Pour plus d’informations sur le projet, visitez son site internet.


Prende il volo la prima newsletter del progetto Life FALKON!

Come partner del progetto Life FALKON, ALDA è felicissima di poterne annunciare la prima newsletter! (Leggi la newsletter!)

Insieme a TECLA, partner leader del progetto, ISPRA – Istituto Superiore per la Promozione e Ricerca Ambientale, l’Università degli Studi di Milano e l’Греческое орнитологическое общество, ALDA è orgogliosa di essere direttamente coinvolta in un progetto così innovativo sulla biodiversità, che ha come principale obbiettivo la tutela della popolazione europea centro-orientale del falco grillaio dagli effetti del cambiamento climatico.
Il falco grillaio è un rapace diurno, la cui specie si concentra nelle regioni mediterranee, sopratutto in Grecia e in Italia.

La prima newsletter introduce con chiarezza la “questione” falco grillaio, quindi il motivo per cui l’intero progetto è stato dedicato interamente a questa specie dei falchi, rendendo l’argomento accessibile anche ai lettori curiosi meno esperti. La newsletter presenta, oltre allo stato attuale del progetto, anche accenni sulle prossime attività.

Non perdere gli aggiornamenti di Life FALKON e iscriviti alla newsletter! Per maggiori informazioni, visita il suo sito web!


Life FALKON запускает свой первый информационный бюллетень!

Как партнер проекта LIFE FALKON, ALDA очень рада объявить о выпуске своего первого информационного бюллетеня.! (доступно  по ссылке!)
Вместе с TECLA, главным партнером, ISPRA – Istituto Superiore per la Promozione e Ricerca Ambientale, University of Milan и Греческое орнитологическое общество, ALDA гордится тем, что принимает непосредственное участие в таком инновационном проекте по биоразнообразию, направленном на повышение устойчивости населения центральной и восточной Европы, в котором проживает меньшая пустельга, к изменению климата. Малая пустельга – суточная хищная птица, население которой сосредоточено в средиземноморских регионах, особенно в Греции и Италии.
Этот первый информационный бюллетень ясно описывает проблему малой пустельги и объясняет, почему целый проект был посвящен этому виду сокола, позволяя также неопытным читателям ознакомиться с предметом. Бюллетень также представляет и суммирует фактическое состояние проекта, давая подсказки о предстоящих мероприятиях.

Не пропустите обновления проекта LIFE FALKON и подпишитесь на бюллетень!
Для получения дополнительной информации о проекте, посетите страницу онлайн.


Počinje projekat LIFE FALKON i objavljuje svoj prvi Newsletter!

Kao partner projekta LIFE FALKON, ALDA sa zadovolјstvom objavlјuje da je izašao prvi newsletter! (Pročitajte newsletter projekta!)
Zajedno sa TECLA, vodećim partnerom, ISPRA – Istituto Superiore po La Promozione E Traženje AmbientaleUniverzitet u Milanu Helensko ornitološko društvo, ALDA je ponosna što je direktno uklјučena u takav inovativni projekat o biodiverzitetu, čiji je cilј podsticanje otpornosti na klimatske promene populacije stepske vetruške na teritorijama srednje i istočne Evrope. Stepska vetruška je dnevna ptica grablјivica, čija populacija je koncentrisana u mediteranskim regionima, posebno u Grčkoj i Italiji.

Ovaj prvi newsletter nas jasno upoznaje sa pitanjem stepske vetruške, i objašnjava zašto je čitav projekat posvećen ovoj vrsti sokola, omogućavajući i ne-stručnim čitaocima da se upoznaju sa ovom temom. Bilten takođe predstavlјa i rezimira aktuelni status projekta, davajući nagoveštaje o predstojećim aktivnostima.

Ne propustite novosti o projektu LIFE FALKON i prijavite se za newslettera!
Za više informacija o projektu, posetite web stranicu.

 

لايف فولكون (Life FALKON) تظهر إلى الوجود وتصدر أول نشرية إخبارية خاصة بها – في إطار هدف استراتيجية التنمية 

بصفتها شريك في مشروع لايف فولكون (Life FALKON), ألدا تعبر عن سعادتها الكبرى بالإعلان عن إصدار أول نشرية إخبارية خاصة بها. (اقرأ المزيد عن النشرية الإخبارية).

بالشراكة مع تلكا (TELCA ), الشريك الاساسي, والمعهد الأعلى لدعم أعمال البحث في المجال البيئي(ИСПРА) وجامعة ميلانووجمعية الطيور اليونانية,تعبر ألدا عن فخرها بالمشاركة المباشرة في مثل هذا المشروع المجدد حول التنوع البيئي, والذي يهدف إلى تعزيز قدرة السكان في منطقة أوروبا الوسطى على الصمود أمام المخاطر التي تتهدد الروك الكيستريل الأرنجي بسبب التغيرات المناخية. اروك الكيستريل الأرنجي هو طائر جارح يومي, يتمركز أكبر عدد من جنسه في المناطق المتوسطية, وخاصة في اليونان وإيطاليا.

تطرق العدد الأول من النشرية بكل وضوح إلى مسألة روك الكيستريل الأرنجي لتقديم مزيد من البيانات حول سبب تخصيص مشروع كامل لهذا الصنف من الصقور, وذلك بهدف مساعدة القراء من غير المختصين على الاطلاع على محتوى هذا الموضوع.  كما يتولى المشرفون على النشرية الإخبارية هذه تقديم الوضع الحالي للمشروع وحوصلة مدى التقدم الحاصل في هذا المجال, مع توفير بعض المعلومات حول الأنشطة المبرمجة مستقبلا.

احرصوا على الاطلاع على كافة المعلومات المحينة في إطار مشروع لايف فولكون (ЖИЗНЬ ФАЛКОН) و تسجيل اسمكم للحصول على النسخ الصادرة.

لمزيد من المعلومات حول المشروع, قم بزيارة موقع الوابالخاص بنا.


Enlarging the LDA's network in Northern Morocco

ALDA is proudly enlarging its Local Democracy Agencies’ network in Northern Morocco, in order to strengthen its cooperation with European Neighbourhood Countries, thus boosting democracy, promoting good governance, and encouraging citizens’ participation at local level. This is an extraordinary path to build good relationships in the Euro-Mediterranean region, which is a strategic basin for enforcing concrete cooperation.

Supported by international partners, such as the Fons Mallorqui и ORU Fogar, ALDA welcomed the opportunity to collaborate with four municipalities in the Moroccan region of Tanger-Tétouan-Al Hoceima, in view of the future opening of an LDA in the region.

Waiting for the LDA Northern Morocco to become operational in the following months, ALDA’s representatives met the mayors of four Maroccan cities – Tétouan, Tanger, Chefchaouen and Larache – in Tétouan, from the 27th of February to the 2nd of March. All mayors are fostering the initiative to open a Local Democracy Agency in Tétouan – with focal points in the other three municipalities involved, in order to collaborate and jointly work on specific issues particularly affecting the region.

All activities will be carried out with the participation of both international and national partners, among which there are some of the most relevant CSOs working on that area.

ALDA is proudly enlarging its Local Democracy Agencies’ network in Northern Morocco, in order to strengthen its cooperation with European Neighbourhood Countries, thus boosting democracy, promoting good governance and encouraging citizens’ participation at local level. This is an extraordinary path to build good relationships in the Euro-Mediterranean region, which is a strategic basin for enforcing a concrete cooperation.

Supported by international partners, such as the Fons Mallorqui и ORU Fogar, ALDA welcomed the opportunity to collaborate with four municipalities in the Moroccan region of Tanger-Tétouan-Al Hoceima, in view of the future opening of an LDA in the region.

Waiting for the LDA Northern Morocco to become operational in the following months, ALDA’s representatives met the mayors of four Maroccan cities – Tétouan, Tanger, Chefchaouen and Larache – in Tétouan, from the 27th of February to the 2nd of March. All mayors are fostering the initiative to open a Local Democracy Agency in Tétouan – with focal points in the other three municipalities involved, in order to collaborate and jointly work on specific issues particularly affecting the region.

All activities will be carried out with the participation of both international and national partners, among which there are some of the most relevant CSOs working on that area.


Open enrollment at: Practical Workshop of Europlanning

ALDA’s practical workshop on Euro-design offers concrete and high-profile operational tools for the drafting, presentation and management of projects funded by the European Commission in response to specific calls for proposals. Through the proposed course, participants will learn to: – Identify European funding opportunities of interest – Draft a logical and coherent project proposal.

– Draw up a successful budget – Manage a project from a financial and administrative point of view
– Understand what are the elements to optimally coordinate an international partnership
– Understanding how to communicate with the actors involved in the project and how to effectively disseminate the activities carried out

Program
The course develops the following themes, articulated in the following program:

1) INTRODUCTION AND CLASSIFICATION OF EU FUNDING SOURCES.
– Understanding EU growth strategies – Orientation and overview in the universe of multiple EU funding programs

2) PROJECT CYCLE MANAGEMENT AND LOGICAL FRAMEWORK
– Learn how to translate problems and needs into objectives and solutions
– Learning to analyze the feasibility of an idea, in relation to the actors involved and the existing criticalities

3) PROJECT DRAFTING: ELABORATION OF A QUALITY PROPOSAL
– Learn how to read a call for proposals – Learn how to read a form and its annexes that must be submitted to the donor (budget, administrative and financial documents)
– Learn how to draft a project proposal
– Learning how to draft a project budget

4) BUDGET MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING
– Know how to manage a project from an administrative and financial point of view.
– Understand how to build a budget, how to manage and monitor it throughout the life of the project and what are the rules for making changes when necessary
– Understand what it means to report, what documents are needed and how to do them.

5) PROJECT MANAGEMENT
– Understand the steps from project approval to project completion.
– Understand what are the elements to optimally coordinate an international partnership

6) COMMUNICATION AND DISSEMINATION
– Understand how to best communicate and manage activities related to the communication of a project, from writing to conclusion
– Design an effective communication plan also for non-project initiatives

Target audience
The practical workshop of euro design is aimed at all those who are interested in developing skills to prepare a project proposal and / or learn how to manage an initiative already funded, in its content and administrative / financial aspects. A basic knowledge of English is recommended. No basic skills are required.

Methodology
All meetings will be held in the form of in-depth workshops, which will be divided into moments of frontal lessons and practical exercises in groups.

Trainers
The trainers will be experts in the field, with a documented and significant experience in the field of European planning. The trainers who will realize the course will be:
– Marco Boaria, Head of the Resources and Development Department of ALDA
– Anna Ditta, Project Manager of ALDA
– Barbara Elia, Head of the Financial and Administrative Unit of ALDA
– Elisabetta Uroni, Head of the Communication Department of ALDA.

Logistical information
The course will be held from Friday, April 5 to Friday, June 7, 2019 for a total of 8 meetings (1 day per week) for a total of 40 hours of training, divided into 6 meetings of 4 hours and 2 meetings of 8 hours. The course will take place from 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.*, at ALDA’s Training Room, Viale Milano 66, in Vicenza.

Costs
The training course has a total cost of € 690 (VAT included). The cost includes the training materials that will be distributed during the course. ALDA members and students up to 26 years old are entitled to a 10% discount, for a cost of €621.00 (VAT included). In case the participant decides to join also the Information Course on EU Programs 2014 – 2020, complementary to this Practical Workshop, the special price for both courses will be 890,00 € (instead of 1.040,00 €). ALDA members and students up to 26 years old can take advantage of a 10% discount on the package, for a total of € 801.00 (VAT included).

Certificate of Attendance
At the end of the course will be delivered a certificate of attendance issued by ALDA, strategic partner of the European Commission and the Council of Europe. Information For information please contact Anna Ditta: Email: anna.ditta@aldaintranet.org Tel. 0444 54 01 46.

Registration
To register for the workshop it is necessary to fill in the ONLINE FORM

**Some classes will be held full-day, as indicated in the course schedule, above-attached.

ALDA’s practical workshop on Euro-design offers concrete and high-profile operational tools for the drafting, presentation and management of projects funded by the European Commission in response to specific calls for proposals. Through the proposed course, participants will learn to: – Identify European funding opportunities of interest – Draft a logical and coherent project proposal.

– Draw up a successful budget – Manage a project from a financial and administrative point of view
– Understand what are the elements to optimally coordinate an international partnership
– Understanding how to communicate with the actors involved in the project and how to effectively disseminate the activities carried out

Program
The course develops the following themes, articulated in the following program:

1) INTRODUCTION AND CLASSIFICATION OF EU FUNDING SOURCES.
– Understanding EU growth strategies – Orientation and overview in the universe of multiple EU funding programs

2) PROJECT CYCLE MANAGEMENT AND LOGICAL FRAMEWORK
– Learn how to translate problems and needs into objectives and solutions
– Learning to analyze the feasibility of an idea, in relation to the actors involved and the existing criticalities

3) PROJECT DRAFTING: ELABORATION OF A QUALITY PROPOSAL
– Learn how to read a call for proposals – Learn how to read a form and its annexes that must be submitted to the donor (budget, administrative and financial documents)
– Learn how to draft a project proposal
– Learning how to draft a project budget

4) BUDGET MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING
– Know how to manage a project from an administrative and financial point of view.
– Understand how to build a budget, how to manage and monitor it throughout the life of the project and what are the rules for making changes when necessary
– Understand what it means to report, what documents are needed and how to do them.

5) PROJECT MANAGEMENT
– Understand the steps from project approval to project completion.
– Understand what are the elements to optimally coordinate an international partnership

6) COMMUNICATION AND DISSEMINATION
– Understand how to best communicate and manage activities related to the communication of a project, from writing to conclusion
– Design an effective communication plan also for non-project initiatives

Target audience
The practical workshop of euro design is aimed at all those who are interested in developing skills to prepare a project proposal and / or learn how to manage an initiative already funded, in its content and administrative / financial aspects. A basic knowledge of English is recommended. No basic skills are required.

Methodology
All meetings will be held in the form of in-depth workshops, which will be divided into moments of frontal lessons and practical exercises in groups.

Trainers
The trainers will be experts in the field, with a documented and significant experience in the field of European planning. The trainers who will realize the course will be:
– Marco Boaria, Head of the Resources and Development Department of ALDA
– Anna Ditta, Project Manager of ALDA
– Barbara Elia, Head of the Financial and Administrative Unit of ALDA
– Elisabetta Uroni, Head of the Communication Department of ALDA.

Logistical information
The course will be held from Friday, April 5 to Friday, June 7, 2019 for a total of 8 meetings (1 day per week) for a total of 40 hours of training, divided into 6 meetings of 4 hours and 2 meetings of 8 hours. The course will take place from 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.*, at ALDA’s Training Room, Viale Milano 66, in Vicenza.

Costs
The training course has a total cost of € 690 (VAT included). The cost includes the training materials that will be distributed during the course. ALDA members and students up to 26 years old are entitled to a 10% discount, for a cost of €621.00 (VAT included). In case the participant decides to join also the Information Course on EU Programs 2014 – 2020, complementary to this Practical Workshop, the special price for both courses will be 890,00 € (instead of 1.040,00 €). ALDA members and students up to 26 years old can take advantage of a 10% discount on the package, for a total of € 801.00 (VAT included).

Certificate of Attendance
At the end of the course will be delivered a certificate of attendance issued by ALDA, strategic partner of the European Commission and the Council of Europe. Information For information please contact Anna Ditta: Email: anna.ditta@aldaintranet.org Tel. 0444 54 01 46.

Registration
To register for the workshop it is necessary to fill in the ONLINE FORM

**Some classes will be held full-day, as indicated in the course schedule, above-attached.