ALDA endorses the 25 proposals to revive the European project adopted at the occasion of the conference on citizenship and twinning “Citizens in Europe, Citizens in the World”, organised by CEMR in Rome on 15th and 16th December 2014, and where our Secretary General, Antonella Valmorbida, participated as speaker.

The text entitled “Hope for Europe! 25 proposals to revive the European project” has been designed with both local and regional elected representatives and European institutions in mind. It presents solutions to reconnect citizens with public action at every level: local, regional, national and European. To this aim, it stresses the importance of active participation in the decision-making process including, in particular, those people from social groups that are still poorly represented – especially women, young people and migrants.

ALDA endorses the 25 proposals to revive the European project adopted at the occasion of the conference on citizenship and twinning “Citizens in Europe, Citizens in the World”, organised by CEMR in Rome on 15th and 16th December 2014, and where our Secretary General, Antonella Valmorbida, participated as speaker.

The text entitled “Hope for Europe! 25 proposals to revive the European project” has been designed with both local and regional elected representatives and European institutions in mind. It presents solutions to reconnect citizens with public action at every level: local, regional, national and European. To this aim, it stresses the importance of active participation in the decision-making process including, in particular, those people from social groups that are still poorly represented – especially women, young people and migrants.