Friday, July 22, 2016

Fw: SAVE THE DATE | 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 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 event will feature speakers from the European Commission, OECD, MPI, Migreat as well as representatives from social partner organisations and practitioners from various countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Slovakia.
 
Discussions will contribute to the preparation of the EESC opinion on the revision of the EU Blue Card (rapporteur Peter Clever).

  
Please save the date and join us!
Information on registration will be available soon

             
EESC - Van Maerlant building - Room VMA 3
Rue Van Maerlant, 2 - 1040 Brussels - Belgium
 
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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 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. Parmi les intervenants figurent des orateurs de la Commission européenne, l'OCDE, MPI, Migreat 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 à la préparation de l'avis du CESE sur la révision de la Carte bleue européenne (rapporteur Peter Clever). 
 

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Informations sur les inscriptions disponibles sous peu
   
  
CESE - Bâtiment Van Maerlant - Salle VMA 3
2, rue Van Maerlant - 1040 Bruxelles - Belgique
 
 Interprétation disponible (sous réserve de confirmation) :
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Thursday, June 16, 2016

Fw: London Reads Ioana Pârvulescu|Talk and readings



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London Reads Ioana Pârvulescu|Talk and readings
EU Literature Prize winner Ioana Parvulescu meets her British readers
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Ioana Pârvulescu
Thursday 23 June 2016, 7pm
(doors open 6.30pm)
Romanian Cultural Institute,
1 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8PH
We are delighted to invite you to celebrate the launch of Ioana Pârvulescu's 2013 EU Literature Prize winning novel "Life Begins on Friday", a captivating foray full of intrigue and revelation into the Romanian Belle Époque, hot off the press from Istros Books. The author will be joined by writer, editor and arts critic Lucy Popescu (The Times Literary Supplement et al) and publisher Susan Curtis Kojakovic (Istros Books), in a conversation about past, present and the challenges of writing in today's Europe. 
 
Actor Sebastian Bădărău will crown the evening with gripping excerpts from the book. 

Followed by a glass of wine and book signing.

 

Free event. Please book your seat on Eventbrite.

    

         
 

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Thursday, June 09, 2016

Fw: A Musical Celebration of Football by Flamboyant Bega Blues Band | Wed 15 June, 9:45pm| Rich Mix - FREE



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A Musical Celebration of Football by Flamboyant Bega Blues Band | Wed 15 June, 9:45pm| Rich Mix - FREE
Football & Music
The Romanian Cultural Institute, EUNIC London and Rich Mix cordially invite you to
Enescu Concerts Season, March Concert
Johnny Bota – bass/ Mircea Bunea – guitar/ Toni Kuhn – keyboards/ Maria Chioran – voice/ Lucian Nagy – wind instruments/ Vasile Dolga – drums

Rich Mix - Main Space, Wednesday 15 June, 9.45pm
FREE ENTRY - NO BOOKING NEEDED, JUST SHOW UP


A concert part of Encore! Euro 2016, an artistic counterpart to the spectacular UEFA European Championship!

Flamboyant Bega Blues Band provides the soundtrack of Romania's second match at the EURO 2016 against Switzerland in an event full of frantic rhythms and adrenaline hosted by the temple of London youth culture.

The
original songs by Johnny Bota and Lucian Nagy will provide the best soundtrack for victory.

Full programme of the day:

Russia v Slovakia / Group B / 2pm
Romania v Switzerland / Group A / 5pm
France v Albania / Group A / 8pm
Bega Blues Band Concert / 9.45pm

       



Rich Mix Cultural Foundation, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA
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Friday, June 03, 2016

Fw: Special Events part of the 'Revolution in Realism. The New Romanian Cinema' season | 6, 7 & 8 June, BFI Southbank



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Special Events part of the 'Revolution in Realism. The New Romanian Cinema' season | 6, 7 & 8 June, BFI Southbank
All you wanted to know about Romanian cinema and you're afraid to ask!
Enescu Concerts Season, March Concert
Don't miss the opening gala, the Q&A, the talks and the exhibition part of the 'Revolution in Realism', our season of Romanian film at the BFI Southbank!
6 June, 18.10 | BFI Reuben Library

Talk: The Romanian New Wave in Context

This special event provides an opportunity to explore the historical, political, social and cultural contexts that have fed into the films of the Romanian New Wave. The illustrated presentations from key experts including film critic and scholar Andrei Gorzo, prof Dominique Nasta, author of 'Contemporary Romanian Cinema: The History of an Unexpected Miracle' and journalist Nick Roddick will be followed by a lively discussion. Tickets £6.50
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6 – 28 June | BFI Southbank Atrium – free

Photo Exhibition: Freeze Frame by Silviu Gheţie

Photographer Silviu Gheție has spent more than 10 years on the sets of the Romanian New Wave, managing to capture some amazing moments in the making of a cultural phenomenon. His exhibition at the BFI Southbank includes snapshots from 'Aferim!' and 'Everybody in our Family' by Radu Jude, 'Love Sick' by Tudor Giurgiu, 'Boogie' by Radu Muntean, 'If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle' and 'Box' by Florin Șerban, and 'Loverboy' by Cătălin Mitulescu. Take the opportunity to question him about this fabulous experience!
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7 June, 18.00 | BFI NFT1

Gala screening: Aferim! + Q&A with lead actor Teodor Corban and screenwriter Florin Lăzărescu, plus director Radu Jude on skype

The 'Revolution in Realism: The New Romanian Cinema' season opens with the gala screening of 'Aferim!', one of the most original films of the so-called Romanian New Wave. Lead actor Teodor Corban and screenwriter Florin Lăzărescu come to London for the Q&A session, while director Radu Jude will answer the questions on Skype. The event will be followed by a reception offered by the Embassy of Romania. With live music by DJ Nico de Transilvania. Drinks provided by Recaș Wines and Timișoreana Beer. Tickets (screening, Q&A and reception): £16.00

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8 June, 18.10 | BFI NFT3

Talk: The New Romanian Cinema: A Critic's Perspective

Influential critic Geoff Andrew, the curator of the 'Revolution in Realism. The New Romanian Cinema' season at the BFI Southbank, reveals why the Romanian filmmaking of the last decade is so rewarding and exciting. Using clips both from the films in the season and the accompanying Cristi Puiu Retrospective, he'll cast a critic's eye on the development of a distinctive but pleasingly varied approach to notions of 'realist' storytelling. Tickets £6.50

'Revolution in Realism. The New Romanian Cinema' (2-30 June 2016) is a programme organised by the British Film Institute (BFI) in partnership with the Romanian Cultural Institute in London
Institutional partner: Embassy of Romania to the United Kingdom
With the kind support of: Vodafone, DNS Associates, BlueAir, Eastlines-discounted parcels, Râşnov Historical Film Festival
Special thanks to Sir George Iacobescu CBE, Chairman and CEO, Canary Wharf Group
Video production by: Multi Media Est
Campaign & design by: Rusu + Borțun Brand Growers

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