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  • NALAS Regional Workshop: Local Government Structures, Intergovernmental Relations and People’s Participation the Changing Urban Rural Interplay in South East Europe 14.05.2021

    LoGov – Local Government and the Changing Urban-Rural Interplay: Funded by the European Union’s H2020 scheme, the LoGov project’s ambition is to provide solutions for local governments to address the challenges that come along with increasing urbanization and the depopulation of rural areas. 18 partners from six continents identify, evaluate, compare and share innovative local government practices that cope with the impact of changing urban-rural relations (www.logov-rise.eu). This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 823961.

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  • Start of the NALAS e-Academy course in Social Dialogue Forum, in English language 12.05.2021

    The course will start with an introductory webinar. The course has been developed NALAS, with the support of GIZ. It has four modules and will be implemented during the next four weeks. http://www.nalas.eu/services/E-academy

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  • Start of the NALAS e-Academy course in Disaster Risk Management, in Bosnian language 05.05.2021

    The course will start with an introductory webinar. The course has been developed by the World Bank and translated and adapted by NALAS. It has three modules and will be implemented during the next six weeks. http://www.nalas.eu/services/E-academy

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  • Start of the NALAS e-Academy course in Introduction to Gender Mainstreaming at Local Level, in English language 04.05.2021

    The course will start with an introductory webinar. The course has been developed NALAS, with the support of UN Women. It has four modules and will be implemented during the next five weeks. http://www.nalas.eu/services/E-academy

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  • Start of the NALAS e-Academy course in Introduction to Asset Management for the Water Sector, in Serbian language 04.05.2021

    The course will start with an introductory webinar. The course has been developed NALAS, with the support of GIZ. It has six modules and will be implemented during the next eight weeks. http://www.nalas.eu/services/E-academy

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  • Start of the NALAS e-Academy course in “Outreach Work and Mobile Team Services”, in English language 03.05.2021

    The course will start with an introductory webinar. The course has been developed NALAS, with the support of GIZ. It has four modules and will be implemented during the next four weeks. http://www.nalas.eu/services/E-academy

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  • NALAS 2021 General Assembly 24.02.2021

    GAleaflet XVI NALAS General Assembly will be organised from 12 to 14 April 2021, in partnership with the Congress of Local Authorities from Moldova (CALM) and a number of international partners. The event will be held online and provides a great opportunity for Mayors, local government staff and practitioners to join, exchange and learn.  The rich program of the General Assembly will include the following side events: 12 April: Online City to City Dialogue: Sharing experiences from the Urban Partnership Program 12 April: PLATFORMA Online Peer Exchange: CALM and Local Government Associations from South and Eastern Europe 13 April: Online NALAS General Assembly Statutory Meeting 13 April: PLATFORMA Eastern Partnership Coordination Seminar: Reinforcing Dialogue on Local Government Reform in Moldova and South-East Europe 14 April: Sustainable Local Economic Development in South-East Europe 14 April: Second Forum of Women Mayors in SEE: Inclusive Local Economic Development The Genera

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  • Training in preparation and delivery of online trainings 05.02.2021

    The training is designed for the members of the Pool of Trainers, Moderators and Advisors of the Regional Capacity Development Network for Water and Sanitation Services (RCDN). It will cover the following content: How to prepare an effective online training design How to transform face-to-face into online trainings How to ensure outstanding performance as a trainer How to ensure participation and interaction among participants How to communicate effectively in a virtual environment

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  • Webinar on Social Dialogue Forum 03.02.2021

    We have the pleasure to invite you to the webinar on Social Dialogue Forum, 18 February 2021, Thursday at 11:00 AM (CET). Social Dialogue Forum is based on the “Leave No One Behind” principle and seeks for multidisciplinary, client-centred and evidence-based intervention to help people to integrate/reintegrate, socialize and include in the community and society itself. The ultimate goal is to assist persons to integrate into the community and to achieve the greatest possible functioning and coping capabilities, independence and participation in society. It consists from a number of interventions, in which various actors co-operate to assist users/beneficiaries in their own efforts. This involves actors/stakeholders from many different professions, organizations and sectors of the society. Depending on the type of welfare system, the Social Dialogue Forum usually includes different health and social services, employment services, education services and social or private ins

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  • Webinar on Mobile Outreach Teams 03.02.2021

    motwe We have the pleasure to invite you to the webinar on Mobile Outreach Teams, 4 March 2021, Thursday at 11:00 AM (CET). Mobile Outreach Team Services are based on the “Leave No One Behind” principle. On one hand, they incorporate an outreach services that identifies the underserved pockets of the community and refers them to the designated crucial public services. On the other hand, they provide flexible, mobile delivery of basic services where targeted vulnerable groups live or interact on daily basis. Services range from physio-social therapy services, providing beneficiaries with medicines, facilitating access to educational institutions, monitoring the home training of the beneficiaries, referral of beneficiaries to other existing social services, psychological counseling of parents, providing support in obtaining social benefits for families with people with disabilities etc. The approach is needs-based and follows the individual progress of beneficiaries. The success l

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