Redirecționează 3,5% din impozitul pe venit și contribuie la activitatea noastră!
În fiecare an, PATRIR, prin proiectele sale, depune eforturi pentru a promova și consolida democrația, pentru a crește bunăstarea comunitățiilor, a egalității de gen, oportunităților, siguranței și inovării, dar și a inițiativelor împotriva radicalizării, extremismului și urii, atât la nivel local, cât și internațional. Contribuie și tu la această schimbare, ajutând cu îndeplinirea misunii noastre, prin redirecționarea celor 3.5% din impozitul pe venit! Poți afla mai multe informații despre pașii de urmat aici.
Colaborarea Clujeană – Ediția a IV-a
În fiecare lună, „Colaborarea Clujeană” vă aduce informații despre evenimente din Cluj, Europa și din întreaga lume, precum și actualizări cu privire la viitoarele evenimente rapoarte ale acestora și știri despre proiecte actuale, cursuri și conferințe care ar putea fi de interes. Această ediție conține și o serie de resurse utile pentru dumneavoastră! Buletinul informativ poate fi distribuit pe scară largă – inclusiv colegilor și partenerilor – și este destinat să contribuie la îmbunătățirea schimbului de informații. Sperăm că acest buletinul informativ va fi de interes și că îl veți citi cu plăcere! Puteți citi ediția a IV-a accesând acest link.
STIRE – Supporting the Integration of the Resettled
The overall objective of STIRE is to foster the resettlement process by contributing to the social and cultural support (prior to departure and after the arrival) of the resettled, by facilitating capacity building activities in the receiving communities and by enhancing cooperation and partnership between resettled and host communities in Austria, Croatia, Italy, Ireland, Romania and Slovenia. The report of the project is now available online. This report is summarising the activities and events hosted in the second year of STIRE implementation, mainly between January 2020 – January 2021. This report is summarising the activities and events hosted in the second year of STIRE implementation, mainly between January 2020 – January 2021.
You can find the report here.
Human Trafficking is Hidden in Plain Sight
February 25th, 2021 – ”Shine a Light on Slavery” Day
Globally, over 40 million people suffer from exploitation. Be it sexual exploitation, forced labour, minor trafficking, forced marriages or other forms of human trafficking, the victims of the phenomenon end up profoundly traumatized and, often without the protection and the services that they so desperately need.
Seven embassies in Romania, Embassy of Canada, Royal Danish Embassy, French Embassy in Romania, Embassy of Israel in Romania, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Embassy of Sweden, The British Embassy in Bucharest, join efforts with eLiberare and thirteen other NGOs in the global awareness campaign End It Movement and mark on the 25th of February 2021 ”Shine a Light on Slavery” Day by saying a firm ”No!” to human trafficking and modern slavery.
Addressing Radicalisation, Extremism, Fake News and Hate in Romania
Our Situation Today; The Field of “What’s being done” in Romania; Improving Policy and Practice; Solutions & Future Directions
Addressing Radicalisation, Extremism, Fake News and Hate in Romania is the first National Conference of its kind in Romania which will bring together the breadth of leading experts and academics, policy makers, civil society organisations, front line practitioners and national and local government authorities and institutions working to address the phenomena and dynamics of radicalisation, growing extremism, fake news and ‘hate’ in Romania.
The National Conference will take place online and include a range of workshops, seminars, case studies, practitioners’ forums and presentations from experts, national and local government institutions, civil society organisations, and European Commission projects implemented in Romania.
Save the Date: European Conference on Preventing Polarisation & Violent Radicalisation: How to Strengthen Resilience (Online)
The European Conference on Preventing Polarisation & Violent Radicalisation: How to Strengthen Resilience will take place online from 26 to 29 April 2021. It is organized by the CHAMPIONs project together with six other ISF-P funded projects. In workshops, lectures and panel discussions we aim at an Europe-wide exchange on current phenomena of radicalization and polarization as well as shed light on various possibilities for strengthening resilience in our communities. We are looking forward to your participation. You can find more information here.
Dearest Friends and Colleagues Around the World,
2021 is upon us. We begin it with energy, inspiration and dedication.
Our world today is facing many challenges – armed conflicts, demagoguery, challenges to good governance, the global environmental crisis, attacks on the rights of women, rising extremism, fake news and hate and much more. Read here our commitment for 2021!
International Webinar: Women in the Informal Economies in Conflict and Post-Conflict Areas
On the 11th December 2020 took place the International Webinar: Women in the Informal Economies in Conflict and Post-Conflict Areas.
This event was organized in the framework of the 16 Days Campaign by PATRIR (the Peace Action Training and Research Institute of Romania), in cooperation with GPPAC and ENPACS (the recently founded European Network of Peace and Conflict Students, a youth organization that aims to connect the next generation of peacebuilders).
You can find out more about it & watch the recording of the event here.
#16Stories Initiative – 16 Days Women Empower Cluj Campaign
This year, PATRIR, in collaboration with more than 40 institutions, organisations and companies, organised several activities as part of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence International campaign, that took place from the 25th of November until 10th of December. One of the initiatives as part of the campaign is the #16stories by Women Empower Forum 2020. The initiative brings together stories of determined women across Romania that are empowering all of us to contribute to the elimination of violence against women and the promotion of women’s rights. You can find all the stories here!
16 days Women Empower Cluj Campaign
We are excited to present you the 16 days Women Empower Cluj Campaign from November 25 – December 10 2020. The Campaign is part of the Global 16-Days Campaign Against Violence Against Women, organised in Cluj by an Alliance of civic and cultural institutions, consulates, and companies.
The 16 Days Campaign in Cluj is committed both to overcoming all forms of inequality, discrimination and gender-based violence, and to practically, positively advancing women’s rights, gender equality and healthy relationships; to achieving real change on policy levels through the creation of the “Cluj Agenda 2030: Equality, Opportunity, Safety, Innovation”, to making a difference in people’s lives who have been affected by gender-based violence. It’s about raising awareness, empowering survivors, mobilising our commitment together as a community for a better future for all – and helping us all see how we can have a world based upon gender-equality, dignity and safety, and free from violence, trauma and abuse.
You can find more information about the campaign here.
European Pact for Integration (EPI) Open Day Event
On October 7th, 2020, at Casino – Urban Cultural Center, in the Central Park of Cluj, the Open Days Event of the EPI – European Pact for Integration project took place. This marked a starting point for future activities included in the project calendar, especially the organization of thematic meetings in order to establish the strategy for ‘migrants inclusion’.
Her Excellency, Nisreen Rubaian, the UNHCR representative for Romania, was also a speaker at the event and expressed her interest in supporting EPI and the development of the local strategies. Click here for more information!
We joined the Cluj Education Cluster!
We are very proud to be a member of the Cluj Education Cluster, together with the City Hall of Cluj-Napoca, Transylvania College, the Cluj School Inspectorate and more. Cluj has always been about collaboration, inclusion, and coming together to do better together. For this reason, a superb initiative bringing together educational actors in Cluj was created in order to work to improve education for all children and youth – and hopefully through to adult education as well. Find out more information about it here.
Looking for the most interesting training providers, courses or trainers on Conflict Prevention and Peace Building?
PATRIR was a partner in this project. Have a look at the website peacetraining.eu.
Peacebuilding Interview: Kai Brand-Jacobsen
Peace Magazine Editor Metta Spencer interviews PATRIR Director of the Department of Peace Operations Kai Brand-Jacobsen on ‘peacebuilding‘. Over the course of an hour this wide-ranging interview covers the critical need for peacebuilding in the world today, ways in which peacebuilding can be done on the ground, experiences in north East Nigeria and the work of organisations like Search for Common Ground, the situation in Venezuela and much more. It is a tour de force from one of the leading trainers, practitioners and scholars in the field – an introduction to peacebuilding and overview of critical issues that should be shared and seen widely. As the interview continues it becomes more and more powerful and inspiring.
Click here to watch the interview
– Solomon Woldemichael
Civil Affairs Officer, Unites Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL)
– Dr. Oana Cristina Popa
Former ambassador of Romania to Croatia
– Paul Ebikwo
Civil Affairs Officer, UNAMID, Sudan