The integration project implemented in Region 5 is close to an end. The results of the 2 years integration project were disseminated with the partners from other organizations and governmental institutions. We are proud about these 2 years and hope for more to come.
Filantropia Oradea organized on Tuesday, 07.05.2019, the final conference of the “Integration NOW – Complex and Unified Approach for Migrants” (second phase) FAMI / 17.02.05.02. The conference took place at the Butoiul de Aur Restaurant, in a multicultural and dynamic atmosphere. A significant part of the conference was the moment in which the mediators, volunteers and beneficiaries of the project […]
Exercising and dancing, visiting the butterflies exhibition, eating and visiting the Game of Thrones stand in the Iulius Mall in Timișoara, these are the kind of activities we organised yesterday at the Migrant Kids Club, together with 16 children from Afghanistan, Iran, Irak, Siria, Gambia și România. Thank you Tina Axente for the exercising hour at the Timișoara Dance Studio. […]
At CRI Galați, the beneficiaries of the Project My Place – Bridges for the integration of BP and TCN in Romania are getting ready to celebrate the Resurrection of the Lord. We decorated eggs and watched short materials with Romanian traditions and costumes associated with this time of the year.
The beneficiaries of the project “My Place – bridges for the integration of BP and TCN in Romania” discovered the beauties of Moldova and a small part of the history and culture of this area by joining us for the trip organised by CRI Galați on the route: Galați-Iași-Agapia-Văratec-Tg. Neamț – Piatra Neamț-Mărășești-Galați
This event was about encouraging a healthy lifestyle, about finding some time for our body, mind and soul. Thank you, Valeria, for this challenge and thank you all for participating! The event was organized by Regional Integration Center Filantropia Oradea within the European project: “Integration NOW – Complex and Unified Approach of Migrants” – FAMI / 17.02.05.02.
The Regional Integration Center in Craiova organized a gathering for henna tattos. Two friends, both students at the Medical University in Craiova also presented a small part of their beautiful culture, Indian culture.
Today, the Regional Center for Integration Constanta hosted a meeting with representatives of the local public authorities, foreigner’s communities and civil societies as part of the project My Place – bridges for integration of BP and TCN in Romania We would like to thank our participants for their support!
Migrants from Russia, Ecuador, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Ukraine, India and the Republic of Moldova who are living in Brasov learned the traditional way of paining eggs for Easter.
Culture is important because it fosters a sense of belonging, contributes to the quality of life and helps us relate to each other. Sharing cultures is clearly extremely important.