Monica Stroe coordinates the students involved in the anthropological research, the basis of the project “The new minorities in Bucharest municipality”. Their stake is to find out more about life in Bucharest of some members of each minority and fight against the monochrome representations that are circulating. Monica explains us what to expect from this…

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…

Patrick Ouriaghli coordinates “Workshops without Borders” in Romania, an organisation which succeeded to provide workplace for hundreds of disadvantaged persons and integrated on the labour market tens of persons from vulnerable groups. All this while recycles IT components and donates recycled computers to schools. The workshops model comes from France, the same country as Patrick….

Vintilă Mihăilescu este antropolog, profesor la Şcoala Naţională de Ştiinţe Politice şi Administrative și coordonează cercetarea în cadrul proiectului “Noile minorități din municipiul București”. În opinia acestuia, noile minorități sunt “invizibile” în București, iar impactul se rezumă la sfera corporațiilor și restaurantelor. În acest context, Bucureștiul actual este mai puțin multicultural decât cel interbelic. De…

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…

Tom Wilson lives in Bucharest for over 10 years, a city which gives him the chance to assert himself. He was born in a small city located between Manchester and Leeds, he studied politics, philosophy and economy at Oxford but he left England and settled in Bucharest in 2002. He was welcomed by Romanians like…

British Council from Bucharest Address: 14 Calea Dorobanţilor, Bucharest Telephone/Fax: 037.412.52.00 E-mail: contact@britishcouncil.ro Website: https://www.britishcouncil.ro/ International organization of Great Britain for cultural relations and educational opportunities that carries out its activity in Romania since 1938, in the present having centres in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca and Iași. It offers the beneficiaries opportunities for developing knowledge of English language, participation…

Ambassador: E.S. Mr. François SAINT-PAUL Chancery Address: 24 Jules Michelet Street, sector 1, Bucharest Telephone: 021.201.72.00 Fax: 021.201.72.99 E-mail: Press.Bucharest@fco.gov.uk Website: https://www.ukinromania.fco.gov.uk Consular section Telephone: 021.201.73.00 Fax: 021.201.73.17 E-mail: DLBucharestConsularSectionUn-Cleared@fco.gov.uk Program: Monday – Thursday 08.30 – 13.00 and 14.00 – 17.00; Friday 08.30 – 16.00

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,…

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