Project „Romania 2020: What We Can Do For Romania In The Next Decade”

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Pe lângă multele (din păcate) evenimente cu românii din diaspora implicaţi în tot felul de poveşti „oteviste” prin lume, avem plăcerea să informăm publicul de online iubitor şi despre un eveniment extrem de interesant organizat în Boston, Statele Unite.

Este vorba despre conferinţa  „Romania 2020: What We Can Do For Romania In The Next Decade” organizată de GRSP Society (Global Romanian Students and Young Professionals Society) în Boston, 4-6 Decembrie, 2009. Desigur, evenimentul este -probabil – mult mai interesant pentru românii care locuiesc în State în această perioadă. totuşi, credem că este util şi pentru noi, cei care trăim pe meleagurile autohtone 🙂

În continuare iată câteva informaţii despre această conferinţă şi despre organizaţia GRSP (în limba engleză).

2ND GRSP SOCIETY ANNUAL CONFERENCE: Join us for our annual conference “Project Romania 2020: What We Can Do For Romania In The Next Decade”, which will be held in Boston this year. Please apply by October 25 to join the conference.

logProject „Romania 2020: What We Can Do For Romania In The Next Decade” 4-6 December, 2009 – Boston, USA
In partnership with Harvard Romanian Association, MIT Romanian Student Association and the Kokkalis Program of the Harvard Kennedy School

The conference will be an opportunity for students and young professionals from North America and Europe to exchange ideas and discuss their vision on where Romania should be headed over the next decade and how GRSP Society and its members can help achieve this vision. GRSP Society’s eight working groups (Democracy and Participation, Education and Research, Culture and Arts, Business and Finance, Public Administration and Public Policy, International Migration, Romania’s Image Abroad and International Cooperation and Development) will present their projects to date and discuss new initiatives. Featured guests will include leaders from academia, business, government and non-profit sectors.

We encourage all those who are interested in this conference to submit a brief application (CV/Resume + 1-page statement) by October 25.

* The conference fee is only $20.
* We will pair up participants with hosts so that you don’t need to book (and pay for) a ho(s)tel room!
* Also: Funding for a portion of your transportation expenses is available

Funds will be allocated based on the number of applications received, merit, and financial need. We will let all successful applicants how much support we can provide after receiving and evaluating all applications. You must apply by the deadline to be considered for receiving funding.

Overall, this is a great opportunity to visit Boston (and Harvard+MIT), meet new people, and discuss your role in Romania’s future, all without breaking the bank!
For more details about the conference, on how to get involved or how to support the organization, please contact Radu Tatucu (GRSPSociety Vice-President and Conference Manager) at tatucu@post.harvard.edu.

About GRSP Society (Global Romanian Students and Young Professionals Society)

GRSP Society is an open network of organizations and individuals committed to advancing Romania’s development and modernization through civic involvement and professionalism. GRSPSociety has members in 12 countries and is currently expanding to include more students, professionals, and relevant groups.

* Purpose and Principles
* Brief History
* Leadership Structure

Who can be part of GRSPSociety?

* Students and young professionals from Romania who live abroad;
* Students and young professionals from Romania who came back to Romania after living abroad;
* People interested in doing work on Romania.

GRSP Society aims to:

* Serve as networking platform.
* Define and develop projects focused on Romania:
* Contributing to Romania’s development: connect people who have an academic, business, policy, cultural, etc. background and enable joint projects with the aim to contribute to improving the current Romanian reality,
* Promoting Romania in the communities we live in.

Brief History

The idea emerged in 2006 from the desire to enable connections among people who work on similar issues/fields but live in different locations. The founding conference was organized by RHIYS in Budapest, Hungary in November 2008. This conference gathered more than 50 students and young professionals coming from over 12 countries and enabled discussions on the content and activity of GRSPSociety. The association is currently being registered in Bucharest, Romania. Throughout 2009 we have been working on establishing and activating Working Groups on various issue-ares/fields. The 2nd Annual Conference will take place in Boston, USA (Harvard & MIT) in December 2009. We hope that motivated people can contribute to Romania’s development from wherever they are by being involved in GRSPSociety.

Mai multe informaţii despre GRSP Society pe site-ul oficial grspsociety.org

Despre autor

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Co-Fondator RomâniaPozitivă.ro, Florin este educator de emoție și gând pozitiv. Florin susține acest demers prin programele sale de training și prin platforma de informație și educație pozitivă www.RomaniaPozitiva.ro. Florin are peste 15 ani de experiență ca trainer pentru circa 8000 de participanți, iar domeniile de expertiză includ: "solution thinking" (gândire pozitivă aplicată pentru rezolvarea problemelor), antreprenoriat social, ”train the trainers”, managementul oamenilor/echipelor, management de proiect, recrutare şi selecţie, comunicare, echipe eficiente, teambuilding. Florin este mare fan de biciclete, mișcare în aer liber, muzică, uneori chiar clasică și indiană. Motivaţia principală a lui Florin este dorința de a schimba lucrurile în Bine în România și încrederea că asta se poate.

Un comentariu

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    Acesti impostori de la GRSP Society sunt cam dubiosi. Mare atentie la cei care „se dau” ca fiind romani in lume, mi se pare un mare risc pentru toti tinerii care se afiliaza fara sa stie la acest grup. Cateva date esentiale: s-au lansat la Budapesta, cu sprijinul financiar al unor investitori unguri; nu folosesc limba romana in comunicarile lor si se abtin de la a folosi limba romana. Sunt in legatura de parteneriat cu o multime de grupuri unguresti de tineret, iar din conducerea lor fac parte mai multi cetateni unguri. Mare atentie, nu va lasati pacaliti

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