Semaine européenne de la démocatie locale
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The European Local Democracy Week (ELDW) is an initiative co-ordinated by the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe. This paneuropean event  is targeted specifically at local and regional authorities (local communities, cities, municipalities, provinces, regions). The general aim is to promote and foster democratic participation at a local level throughout public initiatives which involve citizens.

“Active citizenship:  voting, sharing, participating” is the leading theme of the 2013 edition.

To take part in the ELDW, please choose one of the three profiles bellow and fill-in the corresponding registration form in English and / or in French.

In case you encounter problems to register or to manage your account, please contact saida.theophile@coe.int or call +33 (0)3 90 21 48 95.

Click on the selected profile to register

Partner cities

Local and regional authorities which implement activities within the framework of the European Local Democracy Week (ELDW) without fulfilling all the criteria of the "12-STAR CITY" status have to apply as a PARTNER.

12 Star Cities

Each municipality can apply as "12 STAR CITY" if it undertakes to comply with the 5 specific criteria in the implementation of  the European Local Democracy Week (ELDW).

Associations

The ASSOCIATIONS of local and regional authorities, as well as NGOs and other European and international associations are invited to take part in the ELDW and encourage initiatives to be held in the communities.

You are registering for the European Local Democracy Week as a PARTNER

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Your Community

How did you know about ELDW ?
Via a National/European Association and/or network
Through the Internet
Thanks to other local/regional authorities
Other, please specify:
Takes part in the ELDW with the aim of:
Better involve citizens in public life and interacte with local authorities
Test the citizens’ acquaintance with the participatory tools and trust in local/regional institutions
Improve social cohesion and respect of the others in the community
Other, please specify :

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