Rosia Montana, a new beginning

On February 23, Romanian Cultural Centre (RCC) and Environmental and Social Change (ESC) continue to celebrate the cultural and natural heritage of Roşia Montană, following the recent victories won by civil society and local communities. That’s why we invite you to come and discover the story behind the 16 year long battle…

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The battle for Europe’s last virgin forests: screening and panel discussion

The Romanian Cultural Centre in London (RCC) in collaboration with Environmental and Social Change (ESC) invite you to an evening of special screenings, photography and discussions about Europe’s last virgin forests threatened by intensive logging. Come join the debate and the quest for a sustainable future. Romania is home to Europe’s largest pristine…

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Rosia Montana Day at Romanian Cultural Centre (RCC)

This year celebrates 1884 years since the first official documented record of Roşia Montană – the oldest traditional mining village in Europe. An idyllic place in the heart of Transylvania, this community has been fighting for more than 15 years against the development of the largest and most dangerous cyanide…

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Romania Day was a success!

Yesterday, on the 25th October 2014, Environmental and Social Change, supported by Youth With A Global Vision, and with the financial help of the European Commission, organised Romania Day in London. Part of a broader campaign of breaking down stereotypes against migrant communities in London (the Romanian in this case),…

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11 October call for action – Global Frackdown & NO-TTIP march

This Saturday is full of events. On 11th October communities around the world will be standing together against fracking in the first Global Frackdown Event. All around the world communities are affected by this environmentally destructive industry which leaves behind water contamination, air pollution and health problems. Whatever the industry…

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