Strasbourg is a city in eastern France on the left bank of the Rhine. It is the capital of the Alsace region and of the département of Bas-Rhin. The city has been the seat of the Council of Europe since 1949, the European Parliament since 1992 and the European Court of ... Read more »
Located at the heart of Saône-et-Loire, Sanvignes is a municipality of 4,400 inhabitants situated in the department of Saône-et-Loire in Southern Bourgogne.
In Ile-de-France Region, Val-de-Marne is composed of 47 municipalities. The confluence of the Seine and the Marne naturally makes it a département of water. It's one of the smaller French departments in area. On 10 July 1964, a law decreed the creation of new départements ... Read more »
The European Association for Local Democracy is a non-governmental organisation dedicated to the promotion of good governance and citizen participation at local level. ALDA focuses on activities that facilitate co-operation between local authorities and civil society.
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The Assembly of European Regions (est.1985) is the largest independent network of regions in the wider Europe. Bringing together more than 250 regions from 35 countries and 16 interregional organisations, AER's mission is to promote the principle of subsidiarity and ... Read more »
The voice of civil society is heard at the Council of Europe thanks to the Conference of International Non-governmental Organisations (INGOs). Since the introduction of consultative status for INGOs in 1952, the Council of Europe has developed even closer and fruitful ... Read more »
The AFCCRE is a national association established in 1951 under the leadership of a number of local councilors, foremost among them Jacques Chaban-Delmas are Gaston and Defferre. At the origin of the twinning movement in Europe after the Second World War, AFCCRE has gradually ... Read more »