ALDA and the city of Sceaux (France) are partnering in the framework of the European project Co-Created, aimed at promoting citizens participation in the co-creation of local policies.

Co-Created, funded by European Union’s Erasmus+ programme targets municipalities with 10,000 – 30,000 inhabitants committed to strengthen their collaboration with civil society in order to improve services offered to citizens and public policies. The project is implemented by four partners in France, Italy, Spain, and Bulgaria.

The city of Sceaux accepted ALDA’s proposal to join the project as a pilot city, renown for its will and capacity to mobilize its territory collective intelligence to co-define local needs, and co-design effective policies. A commitment well rooted in “Sceaux Valley®”, the systemic process implemented by the Mayor Philippe Laurent, Secretary General of the Association of French Mayors (AMF), and President of the French Association of Councils of Cities and Regions of Europe (AFCCRE), together with Othmane Khaoua, City Councillor for Social and Solidarity Economy. Through “Sceaux Valley®”, the city of Sceaux walks a local development path based on citizens imagination and collective intelligence of civil society (citizens, their associations, etc.) and of external partners.

The city welcomes 10,000 students and a high number of professionals and researchers, attending its educational institutions every day – experienced stakeholders to jointly define and implement solutions to enhance citizens’ wellbeing. Furthermore, citizens from Sceaux expressed their support to the concept of “doing together to better live together”, on the occasion of two civic consultations launched in the city – “Let’s talk about Sceaux” in 2012, and “Let’s talk about the city centre” in 2017. These participative democracy initiatives were extremely successful, mobilizing over 1,000 people.

The project Co-Created (Co-creation approaches for European civil servants: educational framework) is funded by the European Union and has a timespan of 3 years. It aims at equipping civil servants in the four countries addressed with the skills needed to implement co-creation approaches with the actors of the civil society. ALDA is the French partner, thus addresses interested French cities. For further information and to participate, please contact our French coordinator 
Agata de Latour

Useful resources:

Read more about Co-Created on the project page
Ci ty of Sceaux – official website

ALDA and the city of Sceaux (France) are partnering in the framework of the European project Co-Created, aimed at promoting citizens participation in the co-creation of local policies.

Co-Created, funded by European Union’s Erasmus+ programme targets municipalities with 10,000 – 30,000 inhabitants committed to strengthen their collaboration with civil society in order to improve services offered to citizens and public policies. The project is implemented by four partners in France, Italy, Spain, and Bulgaria.

The city of Sceaux accepted ALDA’s proposal to join the project as a pilot city, renown for its will and capacity to mobilize its territory collective intelligence to co-define local needs, and co-design effective policies. A commitment well rooted in “Sceaux Valley®”, the systemic process implemented by the Mayor Philippe Laurent, Secretary General of the Association of French Mayors (AMF), and President of the French Association of Councils of Cities and Regions of Europe (AFCCRE), together with Othmane Khaoua, City Councillor for Social and Solidarity Economy. Through “Sceaux Valley®”, the city of Sceaux walks a local development path based on citizens imagination and collective intelligence of civil society (citizens, their associations, etc.) and of external partners.

The city welcomes 10,000 students and a high number of professionals and researchers, attending its educational institutions every day – experienced stakeholders to jointly define and implement solutions to enhance citizens’ wellbeing. Furthermore, citizens from Sceaux expressed their support to the concept of “doing together to better live together”, on the occasion of two civic consultations launched in the city – “Let’s talk about Sceaux” in 2012, and “Let’s talk about the city centre” in 2017. These participative democracy initiatives were extremely successful, mobilizing over 1,000 people.

The project Co-Created (Co-creation approaches for European civil servants: educational framework) is funded by the European Union and has a timespan of 3 years. It aims at equipping civil servants in the four countries addressed with the skills needed to implement co-creation approaches with the actors of the civil society. ALDA is the French partner, thus addresses interested French cities. For further information and to participate, please contact our French coordinator 
Agata de Latour

Useful resources:

Read more about Co-Created on the project page
Ci ty of Sceaux – official website