In November 2016 in the city of Zolotonosha, the project "Mutual trusting and joining efforts of the authorities and the community as the pledge of city development and improvement of the quality of life" began. The project is aimed at further forming a strong community of the city, strengthening trust and understanding of different groups of the population.
The project envisages a wide participation of activists and all interested in this Zolotonosha residents. It is based on the best examples of the recovery of European and other countries after a period of decline. This restoration begins with the local communities and, as practice has shown, the main factor of success has always been and remains people. They are the most important resource that is not subject to corruption. It can not be bought, it is impossible to disregard it.
But each time there is a question; How can you make changes? How to unite? How to define a common goal? And how to implement it in life?
The project uses the best practices, taking into account the mistakes made in other countries, a joint development of a program that will help to realize what can only be done by the general efforts of the city's residents and the will of the authorities.
During the project, trainings, seminars, a lot of practice and, of course, the support of qualified specialists for implementation of the plans developed during the work process are conducted.
An important element of the project is the use of forum-theater methodology in conducting city community dialogues. Within the framework of the project in Zolotonosha, a number of training sessions on the use of ART technologies in resolving conflicts and misunderstandings have been conducted.
All those who are indifferent to the further development of the city can take part in the project.
The project is being implemented by the Zlotonysk City Council in partnership with the NGO "Kyiv School of Equal Opportunities" in partnership with NGO "Divya" with the support of the Black Sea Regional Cooperation Trust (BST), the German Marshall Fund Project and the United States Agency for International Development.
Main activities of the project:
Irina Konchenkova: 050 462 43 26 firstname.lastname@example.org
Valery Danilin: 067 505 32 26