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ALDA – the European Association for Local Democracy – has just published the first of a series of articles focusing on local democracy. The paper presents the benefits of decentralised cooperation as an instrument for engaging local and regional authorities in the EaP. Written by ALDA’s Secretary General Antonella Valmorbida, the paper is primarily intended for EU policy makers and practitioners in the field of development cooperation, for staff of national, local and regional authorities of Eastern Partnership countries, and provides an overview of the challenges and opportunities linked to decentralised cooperation in these countries. Click here to go to the article in EPD’s Resource Library, and here to visit ALDA’s website.

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