The Romanian Architects and Urbanists Forum (RAUF) was launched this Saturday at the RIBA. Two years ago, it was just a small group Ana Becheru invited for coffee at the RIBA. It's marvelous to see the initiative come to life. I'm hoping that the forum will encourage cooperation and a better sense of community between its... Continue Reading →
I'm honoured to have been invited to speak at the Romanian Research Forum organised by the Romanian Student Society at the University of Oxford.
Some of us from Article25 have been helping on site with the refurb of the Bebbington church for the Romanian Orthodox parish. The parish took up the challenge of bringing back to life a dilapidated church in the hope that they would eventually have a dedicated place of worship. The Romanian community in Liverpool seems... Continue Reading →
After the massive issues the diaspora community faced when wanting to vote in the UK, the Liverpool Romanian Society decided to step in and organise a poling station in Liverpool as well. I've been volunteering as a committee member (the one that hands you the form and stamp) and it was lovely seeing soooo many... Continue Reading →
The annual CRSPR conference will be hosted in Sheffield today. Diana and I will be attending on behalf of RoSoc Liverpool. I'm looking forward to meeting everyone else and hoping to make some good contacts for our society and community.
The community celebrated the Romanian National Day on 1st December. We were glad to welcome the Mayor of Liverpool and other consuls and hope that the Liverpool Romanian diaspora had a welcomed taste of home.
With the start of the new academic year, RoSoc is now back ! Very happy that the initiative took off and looking forward to welcoming new members. Find us in the Welcome Fair!
I've been attending the meeting of Romanian cultural representatives in the UK on behalf of RoSoc and the Liverpool Romanian Community. The meeting highlighted the challenges the community is facing at the moment with regards to media portrayal and discrimination incidents, especially in the South of England. The community has a series of upcoming events/interviews/media... Continue Reading →
Viorel Raducanescu is now an honorary consul, based in Liverpool. We are fortunate to have him as part of our community and we hope that his input will greatly benefit the diaspora. The ceremony was at Livepool town hall and, for a day, the flag of Romania flew over Liverpool. An honorary consul is a voluntary... Continue Reading →