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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Policy Center for Roma and Minorities salutes TVR’s decision in the case of journalist Lucian Pîrvoiu

Policy Center for Roma and Minorities salutes TVR’s decision to suspend Lucian Pîrvoiu, TVR2’s news anchor of the “Ora de știri” news bulletin.
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Bucharest celebrates London 2012 with a street event in Ferentari

Yesterday, Policy Center for Roma and Minorities and the British Embassy staff in Bucharest chose to celebrate ‘one year to go’ to the London Olympics with the Roma community in Ferentari, one of the most deprived districts of Bucharest. The community faces significant problems from discrimination, unemployment, crime and drug addiction, but has turned to sport in response.
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Olympic Games come to Ferentari neighbourhood

Join the British Embassy Bucharest and the Policy Center for Roma and Minorities in celebrating one year to go to the London 2012 Olympics. A public event will be organised on Wednesday, 27 July, 1000-1300, on Aleea Livezi in the Ferentari neighbourhood of Bucharest district 5.
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Closer to Oxford dupa un an: premiul I la Gala Societatii Civile si un model de dezbatere asteptat

Care sunt raspunderile etice pe care o persoana este datoare sa si le asume cand intra intr-o dezbatere? Raspunderea de a cerceta o motiune in amanunt pentru a construi argumente valide, de a-si dedica efortul binelui general si de a fi rationala. Acestea sunt principiile pe care initiatorii programului Closer to Oxford, Asociatia Romana de Dezbateri, Oratorie si Retorica (ARDOR) si partenerii sai le-au pus in miscare in primul an al proiectului, impreuna cu 750 de studenti care au dezbatut motiunile alese in poll-uri dedicate.
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Policy Center for Roma and Minorities nominated for the Beyond Sport Awards 2011

The Beyond Sports international organization announced earlier this week that Policy Center for Roma and Minorities was shortlisted for the Beyond Sport Awards 2011, at the “Best New Project” category, for its efforts to use sport as a social inclusion tool and for combating racism and discrimination.
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Mondiali Antirazzisti – sport and music against racism and discrimination!

Between July 6 and 10 Policy Center for Roma was an official guest at the 2011 edition of the Mondiali Antirazzisti, a multicultural festival using sports as a way of tackling racism and any form of discrimination, organized by Unione Italiana Sport per Tutti and its partners. The event which was attended by 5000 participants from over 50 countries and took place in Bosco Albergati (Castelfranco Emilia – Modena) in Italy. Through the four days, a series of sports tournaments and music concerts aimed to promote a message of solidarity, inclusion and cooperation between people.
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From Oxford and Göteborg to Ferentari: experience exchange for active citizenship

British Council and Policy Center for Roma and Minorities organized in Bucharest, between 2-9 July, an international exchange programme that included representatives from several non-governmental organizations in Oxford (Great Britain) and Göteborg (Sweden). The meeting aimed to introduce the participants to the problems the Roma communities from Bucharest and its surroundings are facing and to offer a wide view upon the social inclusion practices developed in Romania for this minority, with an emphasis on educational projects. At the same time, the exchange wanted to identify collaboration opportunities between civil society organizations in Great Britain, Sweden and Romania.
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