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The European Institute for Local Development (EILD), was founded in 2009 as an independent non-governmental organization whose members are European citizens, entities and organizations devoted on supporting regional development activities and transnational collaboration.
The General Committee consists of local development stakeholders and industry leaders from various sectors and European Member States: academics, NGOs, development agents, association managers, civil servants and social economy companies, as well as European organizations for local development.
European Institute for Local Development’s mission is to provide innovative tools for the sustainability of regions across EU while promoting experience sharing between its members and partners. Fundamentally, EILD seeks to practically support and advance international cooperation, skillful networking and further progress and growth of EU citizens by providing direct solutions to European needs. Since its establishment, EILD has been continually growing claiming its position and promoting its core values to both national and international level.
- Vocational / Adult training
- Skill assessing & Getting qualified
- Project Management
- Methodological analysis & Understanding research
- ICT toolkits & Entrepreneurial consultation (Start-ups)
- Customised high-end tech solutions for mainstream curricula
- Gamified solutions and educational materials for groups
- EILD focuses on understanding the obstacles that prevent people, institutions, and non-governmental organizations from realizing their developmental goals and assists them to deliver measurable results.
- EILD implements capacity building at 3 levels: individual, institutional and societal. Throughout the implementation process EILD focuses on assessing the needs and addressing them in a meaningful way.
The Institute's mission is defined by raising awareness on a wide spectrum of subjects primarily through:
- Campaigns designed to raise public awareness (national, European & global)
- Public event appearances
- Supporting of grass roots organizations (alliances, networks, NGOs, etc)
- Organizing and participating in conferences
Exchanging knowledge is a process which brings together organizations, entities, academics, local authorities, researchers and whole communities to:
- Exchange ideas and expertise
- Facilitate exchange of strategies and practices
- Explore and discuss ideas and concerns on a managerial level
- Encourage innovation and transnational cooperation
- Access tools and solutions