Through its projects in the field of environment and socio – economic development, AAIE aims to assist the social and economic recovery of Albania evaluating various social-economic policies initiatives with a special focus in the Environment and Population Welfare field.
It dedicates its mission to environmental protection and nature in harmony with life through offering a range of technical assistance, information and capacity building services in environmental sustainability.
Between 13th and 16th September AAIE/ SRC&IT was part of the 4th Meeting of the “HE-ART” project, which was held in Sandanski, Bulgaria. The project meeting was opened by the mayor of the Municipality of Sandanski – Mr Kiril Kotev. The first day continued with an interactive workshop on European Cohesion and the Future of Europe, organized by Association Euni Partners, where over 100 people took part. During the following days, the local community in Sandanski, together with the delegates from the 7 partnering countries discovered the power of arts, crafts and culture as means of rapprochement, through series of workshops, debates and round tables.
In the meeting took part representatives of the following countries: Slovenia, Italy, France, Spain, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece and Sweden.
The project is co-funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union.
Traditional Settlements, Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Development
Between the 26th and the 28th April took place the third transnational meeting in the framework of the Erasmus+ KA2 2016-2018 project “Traditional Settlements, Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Development” (2016-1-EL01-KA204-023477), in which AAIE/SRC&IT is a partner institution.
No meeting in Venice can take place without visiting the venerable City of Venice itself which – thanks to it being an off-season – could be done at a relatively leisurely pace. As one of the most visited tourism destinations in the World, Venice presents a range of issues related to settlements and sustainability, that form the core of the KA2 project. Against all the odds, however, Venice remains an unquestionable and unimitable wonder of art, engineering and architecture.
AAIE / SRC&IT participants to the Understanding Tolerance Diversity, Equality, Unity , under Erasmus+ Programme
The aim of the project is also to equip youths with competences аnd methods which will help them to promote better understanding аnd respect among people coming from different аreаs, with different backgrounds. The training course involves partners from 11 different countries, some of which are EU members states, some of them-not, which will allow the exchange of experience and expertise on the topic of the course within different geographical and economic realities.
Promoting technical and management capacities of partner staff and development experts is essential to manage change processes and institutional reform and, thus, to sustainable development. We aim at supporting our partners and clients in implementing holistic capacity development processes. To make a long-lasting contribution we not only focus on knowledge transfer but intend to enhance development practitioners’ practical competencies.
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- how we conceive learning in an HCD context
- what services we offer
- examples of trainings and other tools ready to be adapted to your needs.