Vintilă Mihăilescu is an anthropologist, professor at the National School of Political and Administrative Sciences and he coordinates the research within the project “The new minorities in Bucharest county”. In his opinion, the new minorities are “invisible” in Bucharest and their impact only amounts to the sphere of corporations and restaurants. In this context, contemporary Bucharest…

The crisis of refugees from countries destroyed by war is the main subject in the international media. Desperate families looking for a peaceful and quiet life are facing the European resistance which builds fences against them. There are also positive examples of people who give refugees a hand. This is the case of Linda and…

Bogdan Iancu is an anthropologist and one of the coordinators of the research team within the project “The new minorities in Bucharest county”, research that covers the lack of assessing the cultural impact of groups of migrants who settled in Bucharest in the last two decades. From the research results so far, Bogdan noticed that…

The protocol through which the Muslim Community of Romania receives under concession a land where to build a mosque in Bucharest was signed on Tuesday, the 28th of July. The document states that the Muftiat of the Muslim Cult must report the activities related to the construction each trimester. The Secretary of State Victor Opaschi,…

Christian Sørhaug is an anthropologist within the framework of Telemark Research Institute of Oslo, Norway, an independent institute with expertise in the research of cultural politics. Telemark is the partnership institution within the project “The New Minorities of Bucharest Municipality”, offering support in the research on site of the cultural diversity from the capital of…

The play “We were not born in the right place” twists together the life stories of five people who lived the experience of the refuge, with excerpts of “The Guide of Obtaining the Romanian Citizenship for Foreign Citizens”. The theatre play intends to discuss in public aspects of fundamental importance in the contemporary global context,…

“Never alone” is an exhibition which reunites multiple Romanian artists established outside the country and who are approaching, as a theme, the condition of emigrant. The exhibition argument starts from a work of the artist Ioana Cojocariu (“Never Walk Alone”) and diversely reflects, through various artistic practices, the condition of emigrant. Through their works, the…

The Association Movement for European Action and Initiative launches the project ¨The New Minorities of Bucharest Municipality¨, whose purpose is to support the intercultural dialogue between the citizens of Bucharest and the minority groups formed in Bucharest within the last two decades. The project takes place in between April 2015-April 2016, in partnership with Telemark…

According to the report of Migration Policy Institute on the basis of the data provided by the Division for Population within the framework of the United Nations, Romania receives fewer citizens than it sends to other countries. Our country is on the 15th place in the world as the migrants’ country of origin and on…

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