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The European Association for Local Democracy (ALDA) is offering two training opportunities to enjoy summer in a different way.

From 25 to 30 June 2016, ALDA will organise the summer school “Remembrance through the cultural heritage of the First World War on the Macedonian Front“, which will take place in Bitola, Macedonia. The participation is open to students and enthusiasts interested in the topic between 18 and 30 years old. Activities will include field visits led by professionals in the field of history, archaeology, ethnology, cultural heritage and art.

You can find more information on ALDA’s website. To register, you can contact [email protected].

ALDA is also offering a three-day training called “The practical methodological guide for brave project managers“, open to those interested in learning and improving project management skills. Courses will be led by ALDA’s experts and will be sharing field experience, lessons learned and suggestions to solve emerging issues during the project cycle management.

Jointly organised with the Region Istria, the training will take place from 6 to 8 July 2016 in Pula, Croatia.

You can find more information about this opportunity on ALDA’s website and you can register contacting [email protected].


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