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Tunisia in the frontline: Kairouan hosts next LADDER MED Path meeting

By | April 24th, 2017|News|

On 26-27 April 2017, the MED Path of the LADDER project will gather in Kairouan, Tunisia. The event, organised jointly by ALDA, Lam Echaml and COPPEM (co-coordinators of the MED path), aims at strengthening the role of LAs and CSOs in the MED area, by promoting a decentralized and ownership-based Neighbourhood Policy. Particularly, the Path [...]

Regranting Scheme: grass root actions on development education

By | April 21st, 2017|News|

The “Regranting Scheme: grass root actions on development education” of 2016 for Spain, Estonia, Netherlands, Romania, Germany, Croatia, Latvia, Denmark, Italy, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Greece, Poland & Ireland is now over! All the winning projects for the 2016 Call of Proposals are announced below… stay tuned to discover the projects which will be selected for the 2017 new [...]

The journey towards SDGs continues: the projects implemented in Croatia, Romania and Spain

By | April 13th, 2017|News|

The Re-Granting scheme of the LADDER Project has started to bear the first fruits and some of the projects proposed by grassroots organisations and institutions aiming at raising awareness about the core issues of development education have been successfully implemented! The third stop-over of the re-granting scheme journey is in Croatia, Romania and Spain. [...]

The LADDER Tool Fair: exchange of practices and tools about global citizenship & SDGs

By | April 4th, 2017|News|

On 10-12 May 2017, the LADDER Tool Fair will open in Torun, Poland. This three-days event will enable actors working on Development Education and Awareness Raising (DEAR) and other stakeholders (LAs, CSOs, foundations, institutional & non-institutional actors etc.) active on issues related to sustainable development, poverty eradication, gender issues, climate change: to exchange methodologies, [...]

Local Municipality and their journey towards SDGs: the projects implemented in Slovakia and The Netherlands

By | April 6th, 2017|News|

The Re-Granting scheme of the LADDER Project has started to bear the first fruits. Some of the projects proposed by grassroots organisations and institutions aiming at raising awareness about the core issues of development education have been successfully implemented! The second stop-over of the re-granting scheme journey is in Slovakia and the Netherlands. Discover [...]

A message of tolerance through the language of art: “In a better world” lands in Spain & France!

By | March 28th, 2017|News, Uncategorised|

The theatre play written and performed by Progettarte (LADDER’s partner in charge of the creative component of the project) is continuing its journey around Europe, in order to raise awareness about global issues and promote the LADDER’s mission. The third date of the tour was performed in March 15th 2017 in the Island of Majorca [...]

Local Municipality and their journey towards SDGs: the Re-granting projects have started to get the first results!

By | March 13th, 2017|News|

The Re-Granting scheme of the LADDER Project has started to bear the first fruits and some of the projects proposed by grassroots organisations and institutions which aim at raising awareness about the core issues of development education have been successfully implemented! The projects developed in Germany, Estonia and Croatia were developed at the end [...]

National & Local Trainings on DEAR: LADDER consortium in action!

By | July 22nd, 2016|News|

Within the LADDER project, the 10 Co-applicants – EGTC Amphictyony (Greece), LALRG - the Association of Local and Regional Authorities (Latvia), Donegal County Council (Ireland), TECLA - Association per la cooperazionetransazionale, locale edeuropea(Italy), URC Poland - Union of Rural Communes of the Republic of Poland (Poland), UTC Slovakia - Union of Towns and Cities of [...]

Local acts for the global influence

By | July 21st, 2016|Local Actions for Global Impact, Salome Lemonjava|

Salome Lemonjava I come from Georgia. It seems we have everything– beautiful nature, natural waters, victory, politics with its high doze, music and cinema, inflation and devaluation, “GEM fest” and“Check In Georgia”, which brings together the world’s most famous singers and musicians. We have wealthy people and far more poor ones.  There are LGBT rights [...]