Between December 4 – 8, 2017, the National Commission of Romania for UNESCO implements the international project “The role of mass-media in treating the refugees & migrants topic".
The project implies 5 training courses, offered by specialists from Germany, Hungary, United Kingdom and Romania, as well as complementary presentations on topics related to the project theme. Among the institutions and organizations whose representatives are involved in the project activities are the German Marshall Fund of the United States, the Center for Media, Data and Society at the School of Public Policy of the Central European University, the Ethical Journalism Network, UNHCR Romania, the International Organization for Migration – Romania office, the Directorate – General for International Cooperation and Development (DEVCO) of the European Commission, TVR, the Ministry of National Defense, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the General Inspectorate for Immigration, the Romanian Border Police.
There will be present in Bucharest for this project media representatives from 16 countries: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and UK.
As part of the project, on Thursday, December 7th, the 2017 Gala of the National Commission of Romania for UNESCO will be held, bringing together the project participants and the institutional partners of the Romanian National Commission for UNESCO, respectively representatives of ministries, local authorities, state institutions with UNESCO related competencies, as well as collaborators, personalities from UNESCO's areas of interest - education, science, culture, communication and information. The guests will be delighted with the photo exhibition "On the Path of Hope" by Dimitra Stasinopoulou and the concert of maestro Marin Cazacu and the Violoncellissimo Ensemble, followed by dinner.
The project “The role of mass-media in treating the refugees & migrants topic” is supported by: Bucharest City Hall - through ARCUB, Residence Hotels Bucharest, Via Viticola Sarica Niculițel, EPSON, Artmark, Ministry of National Defense, TVR, Radio România Actualități, Burda România.
For details, please visit the website of the National Commission of Romania for UNESCO: www.cnr-unesco.ro