AWARENESS EVENT

Eveniment Neamț
Event date
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Location
Sala Milenium din incinta hotelului Central Plaza din Piatra Neamț
Description

On Monday, October 17 2022, starting at 8:30 AM, in the Milenium Hall of the Central Plaza Hotel in Piatra Neamț will take place the first Awareness Event of EDURIGHTS4GIRLS - Equal access to education project, organized by GO-AHEAD Association together with the Neamț County School Inspectorate. 
The event will be attended by representatives of the project partners, principals and school counsellors of 8 high schools involved in the project in Neamț county, students, parents, representatives of public institutions and local non-governmental organizations, media partners.

The event will be opened by Alexandra Bălșeanu, President of GO-AHEAD Association, Dana Jigman, Project Manager, Florentina Luca-Moise, General School Inspector Neamț County School Inspectorate, Maria Teodoreanu, President of ASSED and moderated by the actor Adrian Păduraru.

Our 5 main speakers of the event will talk about motivation, courage and determination:

  • Doru Dima, CEO Great People Inside Romania
  • Elisabeta Moraru, Country Manager Google Romania
  • Irina Filip, Business Development Manager, Lugera Romania
  • Răzvan Ionuț Borsan, Software Development Engineer, Adobe
  • Georgiana Tănase Mălina, Psychotherapist, Fabrica de Emoții

The project is implemented by GO-AHEAD Association, in partnership with Neamț County School Inspectorate and Suceava School Association for Education and Development, with the financial support of Active Citizens Fund Romania, programme funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through EEA Grants 2014-2021. The objective of the project aims to increase the capacity on the level of awareness and application of human rights, especially those related to gender issues and access / right to education through specific measures of personal development, counselling, therapy that benefit at least 480 students and 210 staff teachers from 15 schools in Neamț and Suceava counties, as well as extensive awareness, monitoring, advocacy actions that benefit over 2000 people - students, parents, teachers, actors from the communities concerned.