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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“It was like a revolution. We chanted, we sang and I regained confidence in people.” by Mihai Gotiu

Mihai Gotiu, journalist for “Clean Romania” and author of the “Rosia Montana Affair” interviews an ESC member, Oana Cotiușca, regarding the experience of voting in London on Sunday for the Romanian presidential election: “It was like a revolution. We chanted, we sang and I regained confidence in people.” English translation…

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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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Human Rights Day

  On the 10th of December 2013 we celebrated Human Rights Day with an event about the happenings in Pungesti, Romania. Just days before, on the night of 2nd of December, riot police officers broke into villagers houses in Pungesti village. They beat up and arrested people at 2 o’clock…

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