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Dunja Mijatović: Romania should improve protection of disabled, combat violence against women, safeguard press freedom and maintain the independence of the judiciary

“Romania needs to strengthen its institutional framework to better protect the rights of persons with disabilities, and should step up the efforts to combat violence against women,” said Dunja Mijatović, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights on Friday, at ...

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Therapy beach, unique in Europe, available on the Romanian seaside

A therapeutic beach for disabled people has been inaugurated in the largest and most luxury resort on the Romanian Black Sea coast. Stretching on almost 2,000 square meters, the beach is counting a bamboo forest and „a spiritual” tent among ...

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Alyn, the hospital in Jerusalem where disabled children can become superheroes and where the right to life has precedence over any political or religious dispute

At Alyn Hospital Pediatric &Adolescent Rehabilitation Center in Jerusalem, success is measured in millimeters. Infants, children and teens who are suffering of physical disabilities, congenital or acquired, can be diagnosed and treated here, and they can also undergo rehabilitation by ...

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Commissioner Cretu: Romania could access EUR 572 M to fight poverty

The European Commissioner for Regional Policy Corina Cretu told a recent meeting with the Romanian Labour Minister in Brussels that Romania has over EUR 572 million for projects aiming at social insertion and poverty curb. Commissioner Cretu met Labour minister ...

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President Iohannis delivers his first speech to UN, warning over the migration wave. Presidential pair laid wreaths at 9/11 Memorial

President Klaus Iohannis on Sunday delivered his first speech at the UN, addressing the Summit on sustainable development. The Romanian president pledged that Romania would revise the national strategy on sustainable development to further ground on supporting the inclusion of ...

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