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Training

We present the brochure "Participatory Democracy" which was developed and published in the project "Strengthen Civil Society At The Local Level To Build Stronger Communities" funded by NED - National Endowment for Democracy and implemented by ALDA - European Association for Local Democracy. The project “Strengthen Civil Society At The Local Level To Build Stronger Communities” is implemented in parallel with the project “AGREED - Activating Government Reform for Enhancing Development”, co-financed by the European Union.

The aim of the brochure is to present and highlight the role of participatory democracy at the local level, the levels of citizen participation, the criteria needed to define civil participation and to demonstrate some successful practices implemented in the Republic of Moldova.

The brochure can be downloaded here.

In this first episode of the ALDA Talks series, ALDA Secretary-General Antonella Valmorbida and Fundraising & External Relations Manager Sofia Corsi present on the theme of participatory processes at the local level, with the introduction of Membership Officer Eva Trentin.

In this second episode of the ALDA Talks series, expert Milene Matos from the Municipality of Lousada, Portugal shares her extensive expertise on local governance for sustainability and the Lousada municipal strategy for environmental actions; and ALDA Project Development Officer Lavinia Traina showcases EU funding opportunities to finance environmental projects.

ALDA, within the AGREED project co-financed by the European Union, organizes the planned trainings for the representatives of the Local Public Associations and the Civil Society Organizations. These trainings are co-funded by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED).

If you are interested in up-coming trainings, please contact us.

 Victor Cotruta ,

ALDA, Eastern Partnership Project Coordinator

e-mail: victor@aldaintranet.org

Tel. +373 69125345

The training agenda can be consulted here: link

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