The project “CHOICE – Cultural Heritage: Opportunity for Improving Civic Engagement” was developed and implemented by the Association of Local Democracy Agencies – ALDA, France and civil society organisations that represented Armenia, Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine and Lithuania.

  • The consortium included:
  • Association of Local Democracy Agencies – ALDA (France);
  • International Non-Governmental Organization EuroBelarus (Vilnius, Lithuania);
  • Center for Cultural Management (Lviv, Ukraine);
  • National Committee of ICOM (Chisinau, Moldova);
  • Millennium Foundation for Educational and Research (Yerevan, Armenia);
  • Public Association “Center for Social Innovations” (Minsk, Belarus).


  ALDA – the European Association for Local Democracy, is dedicated to the promotion of good governance and citizen participation at the local level. ALDA counts today over 250 members in the enlarged Europe, and is a key stakeholder in the field of local democracy, active citizenship, and cooperation between local authorities and civil society.
Facebook: ALDA.Europe
Twitter: ALDAeurope
   International Non-Governmental Organisation “EuroBelarus” is an association of Belarusian CSO representatives registered in Lithuania, aimed at development, formation and promotion of the position of civil society as an equal, competent and representative subject in Belarusian society and Belarusian-European cooperation.
  Public Association “Centre for Social Innovations” (Minsk, Belarus) implements innovative ideas in the field of civic and adult education, including organizing activity games, social and employment policy, culture and civic activism. CSI produces web-TV projects and short movies on social issues, published books and makes researches on culture issues.
  Millennium Foundation for Education and Research  (Yerevan, Armenia), is a coalition of people who have extensive work experience in a variety of NGOs, who came together to promote common ideals.
The mission of Millennium Foundation is to support the process of democratization and to help building a strong civil society in Armenia through educational and cultural programs.
  Centre for Cultural Management (Lviv, Ukraine) initiates, engages in and supports activities that catalyze positive cultural change in Ukraine on the individual, organizational and societal levels and in the public, private and civic sectors.
  National Committee ICOM Moldova( is the non-governmental organization of museums and museum professionals which is committed to the conservation, continuation and communication to society of the world’s natural and cultural heritage, present and future, tangible and intangible. ICOM Moldova goal is to participate in development of national policy for heritage, promotion of the regional co-operation and exchange of experience within the Eastern Partnership region and between the EU countries in museum sector.