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  • Showcase your Smart rural solution

    ARE YOU WORKING ON A GREAT RURAL SOLUTION?  OR LOOKING TO WORK ON A SMALL PROJECT? ECOLISE has been participating in a project with E40 collecting innovative solutions that promote sustainability in rural areas. Please contact us if you have a “smart rural solution” worth being showcased! E40 is offering a 300 EUR compensation for […]

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  • ECOLISE is recruiting!

    ECOLISE is now at an exciting but challenging stage in its development. We are on an ongoing transformation journey to address challenges, build the team and develop our organizational structures and practices. Are you committed to demonstrating the critical role that bottom-up, community-led action can play in creating positive change? Do you have the resilience […]

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  • ECOLISE joins #30yearsLEADER celebration

    ECOLISE recently joined the celebrations to mark 30 years of the EU LEADER programme. Former Council member and policy intern, Amelie Krug, represented the network at the event and spoke on the panel of ‘Future Leaders’. Amelie drew attention to ECOLISE’s new action programme, Communities for Future, which is an invitation to civil society to […]

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  • ECOLISE EGA approves 2021 workplan, budget, new members & Co-President

    ECOLISE’s first electronic and extraordinary General Assembly concluded Monday 5th July with the announcement of the results of the voting. All the documents which were presented to ECOLISE members on Thursday 1st July were approved by electronic voting. They included the 2021 Workplan and Budget, changes to the ECOLISE statutes and a Organisational Transformation Roadmap. […]

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  • ECOLISE Council issues statement regarding the Appeals Board review of the ‘Report on Allegations of Gross Misconduct’

    The ECOLISE Council issued the following statement to members on 31st May 2021. ECOLISE Council decision regarding the Appeals Board review of the “Report on Allegations of Gross Misconduct” Part 1 – Appeals Board Systemic Analysis The Council wishes to acknowledge the multilayered conflict among ECOLISE contributors, not limited to the formal accusations but embracing […]

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