Today, 28 January 2014, the Europe for Citizens Forum is tacking place in Brussels and Marco Boaria, Resource and Development Unit Coordinator, is attending the event representing ALDA.

The event brings together key organisations which participated in the Europe for Citizens programme in the past to reflect on the most important conceptual issues facing the European citizenship, European memory and remembrance.
The Forum is an opportunity to demonstrate the achievements of the programme so far, share good projects examples and best practices. The new programme Europe for Citizens 2014-2020 is almost finalized, and it will be launched in the next weeks.

ALDA is part of the Structured Dialogue with the European Commission for the programme Europe for Citizens, thanks to its 15 years experience in promoting citizens’ participation in Europe and its Neighborhood. Together with our members and partners, we are looking forward to start developing projects in the new programming period 2014-2020.

Today, 28 January 2014, the Europe for Citizens Forum is tacking place in Brussels and Marco Boaria, Resource and Development Unit Coordinator, is attending the event representing ALDA.

The event brings together key organisations which participated in the Europe for Citizens programme in the past to reflect on the most important conceptual issues facing the European citizenship, European memory and remembrance.
The Forum is an opportunity to demonstrate the achievements of the programme so far, share good projects examples and best practices. The new programme Europe for Citizens 2014-2020 is almost finalized, and it will be launched in the next weeks.

ALDA is part of the Structured Dialogue with the European Commission for the programme Europe for Citizens, thanks to its 15 years experience in promoting citizens’ participation in Europe and its Neighborhood. Together with our members and partners, we are looking forward to start developing projects in the new programming period 2014-2020.