ALDA, in cooperation with the Local Council Association of Malta, will organise a three days event (qui link al pdf: TIT TAC Malta event draft agenda 22.10.12) in Malta from 29 to 31 October. This event will conclude the project TIC TAC, started in January 2012 and led by ALDA.

This project aims at increasing awareness about the European Union, the Europe for Citizens Programme and opportunities for increasing citizen participation at local and European level.
The event in Malta will gather around 100 representatives of Local Authorities and Civil Society Organisations coming from the wide Europe.
The main aim of the event is to exchange about best practices promoting citizen participation at local and European level, in particular using tools of the Europe for Citizens Programme. It will also be an occasion to debate on the role of local stakeholders in favour of good local governance and promote cooperation between them.
The event will be articulated around 2 plenary sessions and 9 thematic workshops.
In parallel, a fair will be organised and TIC TAC partners will have the opportunity to hold a stand and to promote their activities and best practices.
For more information, please contact Marine Henry, ALDA’ project manager,
marine.henry@aldaintranet.org.

ALDA, in cooperation with the Local Council Association of Malta, will organise a three days event (qui link al pdf: TIT TAC Malta event draft agenda 22.10.12) in Malta from 29 to 31 October. This event will conclude the project TIC TAC, started in January 2012 and led by ALDA.

This project aims at increasing awareness about the European Union, the Europe for Citizens Programme and opportunities for increasing citizen participation at local and European level.
The event in Malta will gather around 100 representatives of Local Authorities and Civil Society Organisations coming from the wide Europe.
The main aim of the event is to exchange about best practices promoting citizen participation at local and European level, in particular using tools of the Europe for Citizens Programme. It will also be an occasion to debate on the role of local stakeholders in favour of good local governance and promote cooperation between them.
The event will be articulated around 2 plenary sessions and 9 thematic workshops.
In parallel, a fair will be organised and TIC TAC partners will have the opportunity to hold a stand and to promote their activities and best practices.
For more information, please contact Marine Henry, ALDA’ project manager,
marine.henry@aldaintranet.org.