Monday, August 22, 2016

Fw: INVITATION | EESC Public hearing on "Towards a coherent EU labour immigration policy" (Brussels, 08.09.2016)

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Subject: INVITATION | EESC Public hearing on "Towards a coherent EU labour immigration policy" (Brussels, 08.09.2016)
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Public hearing on
"Towards a coherent EU labour immigration policy"

Thursday, 8 September 2016

9.00 a.m. – 1 p.m. 
In the context of its work on the revision of the EU Blue Card Directive, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is organising a public hearing on Thursday, 8 September 2016. The aim is to identify the elements of an EU strategy for attracting skilled workers and to discuss how the EU Blue Card should be revised.
The event will feature experts from the European Commission, OECD, Migration Policy Institute as well as representatives from social partner organisations and practitioners from various countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Slovakia.
Discussions will notably contribute to the preparation of the EESC opinion on the revision of the EU Blue Card (rapporteur Peter Clever). 
Thank you for joining us!
EESC - Van Maerlant building - Room VMA 3
Rue Van Maerlant, 2 - 1040 Brussels - Belgium
Interpreting available (TBC):
from DE, EL, EN, FR, IT, NL, PL, SK
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Audition publique sur le thème
« Vers une politique cohérente de l'UE en matière d'immigration de main-d'œuvre »

Jeudi 8 septembre 2016
9 h 00 – 13 h 00
Dans le cadre de son travail sur la révision de la directive sur la Carte bleue européenne, le Comité économique et social européen (CESE) organise une audition publique le jeudi 8 septembre 2016. Le but est d'identifier les éléments d'une strategie de l'UE pour attirer des travailleurs qualifiés et d'examiner de quelle façon la directive sur la Carte bleue devrait être révisée.
L'événement impliquera des experts de la Commission européenne, l'OCDE, Migration Policy Institute ainsi que des représentants des organisations des partenaires sociaux et des praticiens de divers pays tels que l'Allemagne, les Pays-Bas, la Suède et la Slovaquie.
Le débat contribuera notamment à la préparation de l'avis du CESE sur la révision de la Carte bleue européenne (rapporteur Peter Clever). 
Merci par avance pour votre participation ! 
CESE - Bâtiment Van Maerlant - Salle VMA 3
2, rue Van Maerlant - 1040 Bruxelles - Belgique
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Wednesday, August 03, 2016

Fw: Amazing Masca Theatre street performances @ Night of Festivals | Sat 6 & Sun 7 Aug, London Tower Bridge, free

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Subject: Amazing Masca Theatre street performances @ Night of Festivals | Sat 6 & Sun 7 Aug, London Tower Bridge, free
From: Romanian Cultural Institute London

Amazing Masca Theatre street performances @ Night of Festivals | Sat 6 & Sun 7 Aug, London Tower Bridge, free
Astonishing physical theatre and mime
The Romanian Cultural Institute cordially invites you to 
Masca Theatre performances within the Night of Festivals
Enescu Concerts Season, March Concert

Saturday, 6 August
2-2.40pm: 'Living Statues' on Potters Fields
3.15-4pm: 'The Wall' (physical theatre/mime performance) at The Scoop
4.45-5.30pm: 'Living Statues' on Potters Fields

Sunday, 7 August
11.45-12.30: 'Living Statues' on Potters Fields
2-2.40pm: 'The Wall' (physical theatre/mime performance) at The Scoop
3.45-4.30pm: 'Living Statues' on Potters Fields


Full programme of the Festival: here

One of the most original Romanian theatre companies, Masca Theatre of Bucharest, will perform in London for the first time as part of the Night of Festivals, the noisily spectacular celebration of freedom and democracy taking over the South bank of the Thames in high summer. Founded and managed by renowned actor-director Mihai Mălaimare, Masca is the only Romanian company specialised in mime, gesture and physical theatre.

The London performances, showcasing some of the company's best works of the past years including the awesome 'living statues', will take place at The Scoop and in the parks adjourning Tower Bridge with the support of the Romanian Cultural Institute in London, the City Hall of Bucharest and ArtReach.

Stop and marvel at the living reincarnations of Richard III, Figaro, The Tango Dancer, Andromache or Miss Havisham or join in the struggle to dismantle 'The Wall'!

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

My London - Romanca Society - Short film

My London - Romanca Society - Short film

London,  27 July 2016

Romanca Society  took part recently in a media project organised in partnership with Media Trust , Trust for London and  ICR London  . The project objective is to amplify the voices of London's migrant and diaspora community groups in the media. The short film My London-Romanca Society  is aiming to show what London means for Romanian community .

Please see our film My London -Romanca Society  on following channels:

  • On Youtube on the following link
  • On London  Community Channel ,  the film is schedule to be broadcasts 24/7 on Virgin 269, Sky 539 and Freesat 651 and  also on Freeview 63 (available 4 am-noon).
  • If you are willing to see our film on  London Community Channel  please see bellow the schedule for the next days:




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A big thank you to all participants and partners of the project for making this project a pleasant and successful experience.


Românca Society was established in June 2005 as a non-profit and non-governmental organisation to support the social integration of Romanians living in the UK.

Learn more about MyLondon here:


Learn more about the Romanca Society here:


Ionela Flood- Chair

In behalf of Romanca Society Team