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Romania

The Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sport oversees the curriculum for Holocaust Education and provides professional development support for teachers.

 

 

Ministerul Educaţiei, Cercetării, Tineretului şi Sportului

Address: Ministerul Educaţiei, Cercetării, Tineretului şi Sportului

Str. Gen. Berthelot 28-30
Sector 1, 010168,
Bucureşti
Romania

Tel: +40 56200, + 40 56300

Website: www.edu.ro

 

The Cukier, Goldstein-Goren Foundation purposes include the support and development of projects in the fields of education, culture, health and social welfare. It founded The Goldstein-Goren Center for Jewish Studies at the State University of Bucharest, Romania which offers study and research opportunities in Jewish culture and history.

 

Centrul de studii ebraice Goldstein-Goren

Address: Centrul de studii ebraice
Goldstein-Goren
Str. Edgar Quinet 5-7
Bucureşti
, Romania
Tel./Fax: 021-3134336
Email: felicia.waldman@remove-this.litere.ro

Website: http://www.unibuc.ro/ro/

 

The Northern Transylvania Holocaust Memorial Museum, whose centerpiece is the synagogue originally built in 1876, today functions as an educational hub and essential resource for Holocaust Education in the region. Guided tours tailored to students are offered daily.

Muzeul Memorial al Holocaustului din Transilvania de Nord

Address: Muzeul Memorial al Holocaustului din Transilvania de Nord

Simleu Silvaniei, Piata 1 Mai, Nr1
Romania
Tel: +40 07 4542782,
+40 0744630536

Email: sinagoga@remove-this.gmail.com

Website: http://www.mmhtn.org/

 

 

Regarding the provisions of the European Community's Racial Equality Directive of 2000 to designate National Equality Bodies in Romania the main body is the National Council for Combating Discrimination (CNCD):

http://ec.europa.eu/social/main.jsp?catId=616&langId=en

The Romanian Institute for Human Rights (IRDO), a national, independent institution, is invested under its constitutive law with powers of research, training, dissemination of information and consultancy.

Romanian Institute for Human Rights (IRDO)

21 Nicolae Balcescu Rd.,
Sector 1, Bucharest
Tel: 40 21 311 4921
Email: office@remove-this.irdo.ro

Website: http://irdo.ro/index.php

 

The Policy Center for Roma and Minorities is a think-tank foundation, which acts towards solving the social inclusion related issues of minorities and Roma.

Policy Center for Roma and Minorities

Intrarea Rigas, 29A, ap. 31
10152, Bucharest
Romania
Tel: + 40 742379657
Email: office@remove-this.policycenter.eu

Romani CRISS has set up local human rights monitors’ networks and is providing shadow reports. Romani CRISS works in the fields of discrimination, housing, segregation, environmental racism and provides reccomendations. 

Romani CRISS

Buzesti n° 17, Sector 1
Bucharest
Romania
Tel: + 40 1 231 41 44
Email: criss@remove-this.dnt.ro
mihafrusi@remove-this.hotmail.com