Czech Center in Bucharest will host two events on November 15 and November 16.
The documentary “Brasov 1987. Two years too early” by Liviu Tofan will be screened at the Czech Center on Wednesday at 7 p.m, in an event organized by Frontline Club. The documentary presents the rising from Brasov in 1987, the first political mass protest against the Romanian communist regime, heralding the end of the communism and of Ceausescu’s rule in Romania two years before the Revolution outbreak in Timisoara. The film is screened exactly 30 years later since the revolt in Brasov. A shorter version of the documentary will be aired on the national public broadcaster.
A debate on the refugees in Romania is scheduled at the Czech Center on Thursday, at 6 p.m.
Amnesty International Bucharest Group invites all to the debate “Refugee in Romania”. Amid rise in the number of refugees transiting Romania, AIBG activists would like to inform and raise the Romanian audience’s awareness about the rights of the refugees and of the asylum-seekers. The organization would also like to challenge the public to a debate about how much is our country prepared to receive refugees and about the current situation of the refugees in Romania.
The access is free for both events, after preliminary registration.