Tag Archives: Romania

Developing the thread of copyright

Throughout the world, indigenous people and local communities have developed a wealth of traditional knowledge and cultural expressions, which they may    ... more

Blueberry fields

Born in a small village in India to a father who was in the Forest Services, Ajay Naqvi spent most of    ... more

250.000 lights for justice

For eight consecutive days, Romanians have taken to the streets in response to the newly appointed Government’s plan to relax the    ... more

#GenerationChange

On Sunday, December 11th, Romanians from all over the world had the chance to vote in the country’s parliamentary election and select    ... more

557 years of history

Over the weekend 16th – 18th of September, Bucharest City Hall organised a series of events celebrating 557 years since the    ... more

The royal factor

Britain’s Prince Charles visited Romania in early June this year. Captivated by the beauty of the landscape and charm of the    ... more

An anniversary of healing and growth

In the South Eastern corner of the Romanian Plain, lies the cultural, financial and political heart of Romania. Bucharest’s breath-taking lakes,    ... more