On 18th and 19th October, Wolverhampton City Council will organise, in Wolverhampton (England) a workshop , which focus on “Volunteers, Voluntary Organisations and Localism – Promoting community sustainability & engagement”.
This workshop will be the 10th local event organised within the framework of the project Very Important Twinning, Volunteering in Town (VIT), in which ALDA is the lead partner.
The VIT project seeks to promote volunteering in various European cities, raising debates on questions of active citizenship and participation. A series of conferences and workshops are being organised to enable delegates to reflect upon how active citizenship can improve governance across Europe. Through these debates good practice will be identified and shared by local, regional and international participants.
The conference in Wolverhampton will be delivered by the City Council in partnership with H.M. Governments Cabinet Office, the University of Wolverhampton and key Voluntary Sector Partners in the City.
Participation in the conference/workshops is for free, but all participants need to book by sending an e-mail by 16 October at the very latest.
For more information please contact Kuldip Khela by email firstname.lastname@example.org