AEIDL, the European Association for Information on Local Development, was founded in 1988 by like-minded individuals who believed that European integration could make a positive contribution to citizenship and to the sustainable development of local communities.
AEIDL’s goal is to support the establishment of a Europe made by citizens for citizens, taking into account the unique social, economic, cultural and environmental aspects of each territory, in a process of sustainable development based on equal opportunities and partnership.
With extensive experience in the coordination of networks, projects and programmes, AEIDL is well positioned to provide a wide range of services to clients in European and internationally, taking account of linguistic and cultural diversity.
Through its array of expertise and technical services, AEIDL aims to promote the emergence of a Europe based on the unified development of its territories and human resources.
(29 May 2015) - German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said that Europe may have to move at different speeds in the future, with Germany and France taking the lead and leaving others to follow later.
AEIDL is looking to strengthen its LIFE Communications Team with journalists who are able to work in Spanish or Italian to ultimately write articles in English.
The 12th edition of the FARNET Magazine, coproduced by AEIDL within the DevNet EEIG, looks back at six years of FARNET and the local development approach applied to 312 EU fisheries areas.
This year's best LIFE projects ceremony promises to be a little different as - for the first time ever - it will include two LIFE Community Awards.
AEIDL has published a compilation of the findings and initiatives presented at the “Reinventing Europe through Local Initiative” conference held in Brussels on 19-20 February 2014.
(13 May 2015) - The 12th edition of the FARNET Magazine, coproduced by AEIDL within DevNet EEIG, looks back at six years of FARNET and the local development approach applied to 312 EU fisheries areas, while analysing the challenges and opportunities Fisheries Local Action Groups (FLAGs) will have to address until the end of the 2014-2020 programming period.Read more...