Center for Institutional Development-CIRa organised two info days for presenting Citizens for Europe Program and Active Citizenship to citizens of Macedonian municipalities within the ALDA project TIC-TAC (Training, Information, Cooperation – Towards Active Citizenship).

The first “Info Day” has been organized in Skopje (hotel Kontinental) on 12 June 2012, in partnership with the Municipality of Gazi Baba, one of the Municipalities in the city of Skopje, capital of Macedonia.
The second “Info Day” has been organized on 14 June 2012 in the Municipality of Valandovo (restaurant Klaringo), located on south part of Macedonia.
Mayor of Valandovo, together with the Executive Director of CIRa, had an introduction speech to the participants, about importance of the active citizenship concept as well as possibilitiesfor participation in the Citizens for Europe Program.
The goal of those two sessions was to present the best practices of the model of Active Citizenship to citizens, and to present the Citizens for Europe Program, in order to enable them to practice and use this opportunity for public participation in solving the community problems.
This two events were organized as joint events together with on-going Community Forum Program process for fostering citizen participation implemented by CIRa in those two municipalities.

Center for Institutional Development-CIRa organised two info days for presenting Citizens for Europe Program and Active Citizenship to citizens of Macedonian municipalities within the ALDA project TIC-TAC (Training, Information, Cooperation – Towards Active Citizenship).

The first “Info Day” has been organized in Skopje (hotel Kontinental) on 12 June 2012, in partnership with the Municipality of Gazi Baba, one of the Municipalities in the city of Skopje, capital of Macedonia.
The second “Info Day” has been organized on 14 June 2012 in the Municipality of Valandovo (restaurant Klaringo), located on south part of Macedonia.
Mayor of Valandovo, together with the Executive Director of CIRa, had an introduction speech to the participants, about importance of the active citizenship concept as well as possibilitiesfor participation in the Citizens for Europe Program.
The goal of those two sessions was to present the best practices of the model of Active Citizenship to citizens, and to present the Citizens for Europe Program, in order to enable them to practice and use this opportunity for public participation in solving the community problems.
This two events were organized as joint events together with on-going Community Forum Program process for fostering citizen participation implemented by CIRa in those two municipalities.