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[Webinar, De ce (nu) participă tinerii din România: educație și cultură civică, joi, 10 decembrie, ora 18.00]

posted 9 Dec 2020, 00:22 by COSMIN-STEFAN DOGARU   [ updated 9 Dec 2020, 00:22 ]


PREZENȚA LA VOT🗳.  
Ți-am atras atenția? Dacă răspunsul este afirmativ, îți lansăm invitația de a participa la o dezbatere despre elementele cheie care influențează prezența la vot în rândul tinerilor.   Să fie insuficiența educației civice de a dezvolta cultura participativă în rândul tinerilor sau maniera în care partidele își conturează discursul adresat tineretului?   
Tineri din Consiliul Național al Elevilor, Consiliul Tineretului din România, precum și elevi care nu fac parte din astfel de structuri vor dezbate alături de profesori din mediul pre-universitar și profesori ai Facultății de Științe Politice, în cadrul unui Webinar transmis Joi, 10 decembrie, începând cu ora 18:00.   
Te-am făcut curios?  Te așteptăm să descoperi, alături de noi, perspectivele care oglindesc mediul socio-politic actual!

[11/12/2020 - Country in focus: Germany] On "Politics & economy" with S.Metz (German-Romanian Chamber of Commerce & Industry) & A.Lundgren-Bekov (German Embassy Bucharest)

posted 9 Dec 2020, 00:03 by FSP UB   [ updated 9 Dec 2020, 00:04 ]



The Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) 
of the Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest 

announces a new event in the series 

Country in focus: Germany 

 
Friday, 11 December 2020, 10:00


POLITICS & ECONOMY

Guest speakers 

Sebastian METZ
Executive Board Member,  
German-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry 

&

Ahmed LUNDGREN-BEKOV
Head of the Economic Section, 
German Embassy in Bucharest

Event moderated by

Assoc. Prof. Luciana Alexandra GHICA
Director, Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies
&
Joachim UMLAUF 
Director, Goethe Institute Bucharest


To receive the connection link please REGISTER HERE

If you already registered for previous events in the series, you do not have to register and you should have received the link for the current event by email. If you have not received the link, please write us at idc@fspub.unibuc.ro.

The module Country in focus: Germany is a series of guest lectures with German and other experts from embassies, cultural institutes, the business environment, political foundations, media, civil society and academia, on contemporary issues related to politics, economy and cultural debates conducted in the German-language sphere (e.g. foreign policy of Germany, cultural and civil society affairs in Germany, German political foundations, the German business environment, Franco-German relations). 

This new event in the series explores the connections between German economic interests and political goals, as well as the dynamic of the German-Romanian economic cooperation. 

The module is organized jointly by the University of Bucharest through its Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) at the Faculty of Political Science, and the Goethe Institute Bucharest, and it offers 3 extra ECTS credits to those who attend 75% of the series and complete the participant survey form at the end (syllabus available here).

All events take place in English. Until February 2021, meetings will be held exclusively online (usually on Fridays). 

Designed primarily for political science students, the events are open to all interested students and young professionals. 

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The series of seminars “In focus” is an initiative of the Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) of the Faculty of Political Science of the University of Bucharest (FSPUB), and it is organized with governmental and non-governmental partner institutions. Aiming to familiarize students with the political, economic, social and cultural development of various countries around the globe, as well as with the contemporary agenda of international public affairs, this series addresses a significant gap in the Romanian social and political science education, as students rarely have the opportunity to study in more detail anything more than a handful of countries. 

Created in 2011 within the pilot project Professionals in International Relations and European Studies (ProRISE) which later transformed into IDC, this initiative is currently part of the curriculum of the professional MA in International Public Affairs and of the BA in International Relations and European Studies (3 ECTS extra credits). Students from different master programs of the University of Bucharest can also enroll for credits. Pending upon guest availability, especially given the dynamic context of the COVID-19 pandemic, some events may be rescheduled or postponed for the second semester. Upon completion, credits will be provided for the semester when the module started

[04/12/2020 - Country in focus: Germany] On "German political foundations" with J.Schulte (Friedrich Ebert Stiftung) & R.Wagner (Friedrich Naumann Stiftung)

posted 3 Dec 2020, 02:08 by FSP UB   [ updated 3 Dec 2020, 04:08 ]




The Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) 
of the Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest 

announces a new event in the series 

Country in focus: Germany 

 
Friday, 4 December 2020, 14:00


GERMAN POLITICAL FOUNDATIONS 

Guest speakers 

Juliane SCHULTE
Resident Representative for Romania and the Republic of Moldova,  
Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (Friedrich Ebert Foundation) 

&

Raimar WAGNER
Project Director for Romania and the Republic of Moldova, 
Friedrich Naumann Stiftung für die Freiheit (Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom)

Event moderated by

Assoc. Prof. Luciana Alexandra GHICA
Director, Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies
&
Joachim UMLAUF 
Director, Goethe Institute Bucharest



Juliane SCHULTE has been the representative of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) in Romania and the Republic of Moldova since December 2019. She has been working for FES since 2011. Before being deployed to Bucharest, she served at the foundation’s department for Central and Eastern Europe in Berlin as a desk officer for Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. She holds an M.A. in Political Science and Slavonic Studies.

Raimar WAGNER studied German and French and also holds a Master degree in Translation Studies from the Lucian Blaga University in Sibiu. As a member of the German minority in Romania he was from 2008-2014 city councilor of the city of Sibiu. He is co-founder of the Association for the Embellishment of the City of Sibiu and of the District Association for Tourism. Since 2000 he has worked as a full-time journalist for the Allgemeine Deutsche Zeitung for Romania. From 2014 he started as Project Coordinator for Romania of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) and last year he become project director for Romania and the Republic of Moldova.


To receive the connection link please REGISTER HERE

If you already registered for previous events in the series, you do not have to register and you should have received the link for the current event by email. If you have not received the link, please write us at idc@fspub.unibuc.ro.

The module Country in focus: Germany is a series of guest lectures with German and other experts from embassies, cultural institutes, the business environment, political foundations, media, civil society and academia, on contemporary issues related to politics, economy and cultural debates conducted in the German-language sphere (e.g. foreign policy of Germany, cultural and civil society affairs in Germany, German political foundations, the German business environment, Franco-German relations). 

This new event in the series explores how German political foundations work, as well as their role and activities in the countries in which they are present. 

The module is organized jointly by the University of Bucharest through its Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) at the Faculty of Political Science, and the Goethe Institute Bucharest, and it offers 3 extra ECTS credits to those who attend 75% of the series and complete the participant survey form at the end (syllabus available here).

All events take place in English. Until February 2021, meetings will be held exclusively online (usually on Fridays). 

Designed primarily for political science students, the events are open to all interested students and young professionals. 

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The series of seminars “In focus” is an initiative of the Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) of the Faculty of Political Science of the University of Bucharest (FSPUB), and it is organized with governmental and non-governmental partner institutions. Aiming to familiarize students with the political, economic, social and cultural development of various countries around the globe, as well as with the contemporary agenda of international public affairs, this series addresses a significant gap in the Romanian social and political science education, as students rarely have the opportunity to study in more detail anything more than a handful of countries. 

Created in 2011 within the pilot project Professionals in International Relations and European Studies (ProRISE) which later transformed into IDC, this initiative is currently part of the curriculum of the professional MA in International Public Affairs and of the BA in International Relations and European Studies (3 ECTS extra credits). Students from different master programs of the University of Bucharest can also enroll for credits. Pending upon guest availability, especially given the dynamic context of the COVID-19 pandemic, some events may be rescheduled or postponed for the second semester. Upon completion, credits will be provided for the semester when the module started

[3 décembre 2020 - Table ronde] Inégalités de genre dans l’espace académique pendant la pandémie

posted 1 Dec 2020, 12:08 by Alexandra Ionascu   [ updated 1 Dec 2020, 12:08 ]

Le Centre Régional Francophone de Recherches Avancées en Sciences Sociales (CEREFREA Villa Noël) de l’Université de Bucarest et le Centre des Politiques de l’Égalité des Chances (CPES) de la Faculté de Sciences Politiques de la même université organisent, le 3 décembre 2020, à partir de 15h00 (heure de Roumanie), en ligne, la table ronde « Inégalités de genre dans l’espace académique pendant la pandémie ». 

L’événement, financé par l’Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie, le Bureau pour l’Europe centrale et orientale et soutenu par l’Ambassade de France en Roumanie, l’Institut Français de Roumanie, la Délégation générale Wallonie-Bruxelles à Bucarest et l’Agence universitaire de la Francophonie en Europe centrale et orientale, est organisé dans le cadre de l’axe de recherche Francophonie et droits humains du CEREFREA.

Notre événement se propose de discuter un thème très important, celui des inégalités de genre dans le domaine académique pendant la crise sanitaire que nous traversons, domaine fortement touché par l’imprévisible de la situation. 

Quelles sont les difficultés spécifiques auxquelles se heurtent les femmes et les hommes dans le monde universitaire/académique? Comment cette période a-t-elle affecté leur travail et leur vie personnelle ? Quels sont les facteurs susceptibles d’influencer l’égalité des chances et la qualité de vie des universitaires pendant cette période ? Quelle est la situation des familles monoparentales ? Suites aux inégalités et aux difficultés soulevées par cette crise, quels sont les éléments à introduire et/ou à renforcer dans les stratégies universitaires et politiques pour l’égalité de genre ? Ce ne sont que quelques questions qui, sans vouloir leur trouver de réponses exhaustives, nous permettront de lancer des réflexions à suivre dans l’urgence dans des projets de recherches scientifiques.

La table ronde sera le cadre des interventions en provenance du milieu universitaire et des institutions francophones impliquées dans le domaine des droits humains. Leurs représentants témoigneront de leur expérience, dans le contexte de la crise sanitaire mondiale, face aux changements subis dernièrement par le domaine académique.

Programme

Lien acces : https://zoom.us/j/96910262630

[Seminar despre extinderea UE, Miercuri, 2 decembrie 2020]

posted 30 Nov 2020, 02:05 by COSMIN-STEFAN DOGARU   [ updated 30 Nov 2020, 02:06 ]


Miercuri, 2 decembrie 2020, între 15 și 16h30, Jean-Michel de Waele (Universitatea Liberă din Bruxelles), Antony Todorov (Noua Universitate Bulgară din Sofia) și Cristian Preda (FSPUB) vor discuta despre extinderea Europei, în cadrul unui seminar găzduit de Organizația Internațională a Francofoniei. 

Dialogul va avea loc în franceză, va fi moderat de Eric Poppe, Reprezentantul OIF pentru Europa Centrală și Orientală și va putea fi urmărit accesând https://zoom.us/j/98876377976 

[20/11/2020 - Country in focus: Germany] On "cultural affairs" with J.Umlauf (Goethe Institute Bucharest) & T.Kloiber (Austrian Cultural Forum Bucharest)

posted 19 Nov 2020, 00:35 by FSP UB   [ updated 19 Nov 2020, 01:38 ]


The Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) 
of the Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest 

announces the launch of the series 

Country in focus: Germany 

which opens 
Friday, 20 November 2020, 14:00

with a talk on  
CULTURAL AFFAIRS 

offered by 

Joachim UMLAUF
Director, Goethe Institute Bucharest

&

Thomas KLOIBER
Director, Austrian Cultural Forum

Event moderated by

Assoc. Prof. Luciana Alexandra GHICA
Director, Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies


To receive the connection link please REGISTER HERE.

What do you know about contemporary Germany? Would you like to discover more about its foreign policy, political life, economic opportunities and challenges, or its cultural openings and impact in Europe and beyond? 

You have now the opportunity to explore such issues through a series of encounters and debates with professionals from the diplomatic, political, economic and media environments.

The module Country in focus: Germany is a series of guest lectures with German and other foreign (and occasionally Romanian) experts from embassies, cultural institutes, the business environment, political foundations, media, civil society and academia, on contemporary issues related to politics, economy and cultural debates conducted in the German-language sphere (e.g. foreign policy of Germany, cultural and civil society affairs in Germany, German political foundations, the German business environment, Franco-German relations). 

The launching debate explores the scope of modern cultural affairs, how cultural institutes function and how they relate to diplomatic and social work. 

The module is organized jointly by the University of Bucharest through its Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) at the Faculty of Political Science, and the Goethe Institute Bucharest, and it offers 3 extra ECTS credits to those who attend 75% of the series and complete the participant survey form at the end (syllabus available here).

All events take place in English. Until February 2021, meetings will be held exclusively online (usually on Fridays). 

Designed primarily for political science students, the events are open to all interested students and young professionals.

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The series of seminars “In focus” is an initiative of the Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) of the Faculty of Political Science of the University of Bucharest (FSPUB), and it is organized with governmental and non-governmental partner institutions. Aiming to familiarize students with the political, economic, social and cultural development of various countries around the globe, as well as with the contemporary agenda of international public affairs, this series addresses a significant gap in the Romanian social and political science education, as students rarely have the opportunity to study in more detail anything more than a handful of countries. 

Created in 2011 within the pilot project Professionals in International Relations and European Studies (ProRISE) which later transformed into IDC, this initiative is currently part of the curriculum of the professional MA in International Public Affairs and of the BA in International Relations and European Studies (3 ECTS extra credits). Students from different master programs of the University of Bucharest can also enroll for credits. Pending upon guest availability, especially given the dynamic context of the COVID-19 pandemic, some events may be rescheduled or postponed for the second semester. Upon completion, credits will be provided for the semester when the module started. 

[5-6 noiembrie] FSPUB e co-organizator al unui colocviu la Cluj despre sistemele politice africane

posted 4 Nov 2020, 02:24 by COSMIN-STEFAN DOGARU   [ updated 4 Nov 2020, 02:25 ]

Pe 5-6 noiembrie 2020, FSPUB e co-organizator al unui colocviu la Cluj despre sistemele politice africane.


[28.10.2020 | 10:00 a.m.] ISEDUGATE GUEST SEMINAR: Women in Islam - From Myths to Facts (with Alina ISAC ALAK, University of Bucharest)

posted 27 Oct 2020, 06:49 by FSP UB   [ updated 27 Oct 2020, 06:50 ]


Watch live at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89403820655?pwd=ZjEyNTY4MmZHM2x3TVNTZm54ZG1Kdz09

Prof. Alina Isac ALAK (PhD in Philosophy - University of Bucharest, Romania) is specialized in gender studies, contemporary Islamic hermeneutics, contemporary reformist Muslim thought and local Muslims’ identity constructions. She has published four author books regarding contemporary Qur’anic exegesis and, respectively, Islamic jurisprudence from a gender perspective and various academic studies. She is involved in different academic research programs and is working as a collaborator Lecturer at the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication and at the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Department of Arabic Studies, University of Bucharest, Romania.

This guest seminar is offered as an extra curricular activity complementing the course Politics and Governance in Asia and Australasia (Assoc. Prof. Luciana Alexandra Ghica) within the BA program in International Relations and European Studies (IRES), as well as for the extra curricular training of students within the professional MA programs Equal Opportunity Policies (MPES) and International Public Affairs (MIPA), of the Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest (FSPUB).

Students from other programs, especially those specializing in international affairs and equal opportunity policies, as well as gender studies are welcome.

The presentation and the discussions will take place in English. While the discussion will be live on Facebook, the opportunity to ask questions will be offered primarily to students enrolled in the course and / or in the programs of the faculty.

This event is jointly organized by IDC - Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies and CPES - Centre for Equal Opportunity Policy, research centres within the Department of Comparative Governance and European Studies (Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest)

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ISEDUGATE is a platform that aims to support the community of international studies developed primarily around the teaching staff, students and alumni of the BA in International Relations and European Studies and MIPA - Master in International Public Affairs (University of Bucharest, Faculty of Political Science - FSPUB).

An initiative of the Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC, within the FSPUB's Department of Comparative Governance and European Studies), ISEDUGATE offers since October 2020 access to various resources, news and opportunities relevant for the community's members.

[21.10.2020 | 10:00 a.m.] IDC - ISEDUGATE GUEST SEMINAR: Contemporary Turkish Foreign Policy (with Dragoş C. Mateescu, Research Institute of the University of Bucharest)

posted 20 Oct 2020, 13:00 by FSP UB   [ updated 20 Oct 2020, 13:01 ]


Watch live at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86351888575?pwd=cHZzdHJpVUNvbllQeldpekZwOTNPUT09

Dr. Dragoş C. Mateescu is currently a Visiting Fellow Professor at the Research Institute of the University of Bucharest. A former lecturer in international relations and European studies at the Izmir University of Economics, Turkey (2002-2020), he specializes in the external relations of the European Union and the dynamics of international politics in the European Neighborhood region. He holds a PhD in International Relations and European Studies from Nottingham Trent University (UK) and is also an alumnus of the BA in Political Science in English of the University of Bucharest (Romania). Previously, he also was a military officer in the Romanian Armed Forces (special operations, 1991-2001).

The event is offered as an extra curricular activity complementing the course Politics and Governance in Asia and Australasia (Assoc. Prof. Luciana Alexandra Ghica) within the BA program in International Relations and European Studies (Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest)


Students from other programs, especially those specialising in international affairs, are welcome.

The presentation and the discussions will take place in English. While the discussion will be live on Facebook, the opportunity to ask questions will be offered primarily to students enrolled in the course and / or in the international relations programs of the faculty.

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ISEDUGATE is a platform that aims to support the community of international studies developed primarily around the teaching staff, students and alumni of the BA in International Relations and European Studies and MIPA - Master in International Public Affairs (University of Bucharest, Faculty of Political Science - FSPUB).

An initiative of the Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC, within the FSPUB's Department of Comparative Governance and European Studies), ISEDUGATE offers since October 2020 access to various resources, news and opportunities relevant for the community's members.

[Webinaire « Pourquoi étudier en français en Roumanie en 2020 ? », 20 octobre 2020, 17h30, en ligne]

posted 17 Oct 2020, 00:38 by COSMIN-STEFAN DOGARU   [ updated 17 Oct 2020, 00:42 ]

L’Université de Bucarest, en partenariat avec l’Ambassade de France en Roumanie, organise mardi, le 20 octobre 2020, à partir de 17h30, le webinaire « Pourquoi étudier en français en Roumanie en 2020 ? ».

 

Cet échange public aura comme invitée S.E. Madame Laurence AUER, Ambassadrice de France en Roumanie.

 

Le webinaire est destiné aux étudiants et étudiantes des filières francophones de l’Université de Bucarest. Il sera modéré par Florin ȚURCANU (Directeur du CEREFREA).

 

Intervenants :

Sorin COSTREIE (Vice-Recteur de l’Université de Bucarest)

Cristian PREDA (Doyen de la Faculté de Sciences Politiques)

Alexandra IANCU (Vice-Doyenne de la Faculté de Sciences Politiques)

Flavius BAIAS (Directeur adjoint du CEREFREA, ancien doyen de la Faculté de Droit)

Lidia COTEA (Directrice du Département de Français de la Faculté de Langues et Littératures étrangères)

Simona CORLAN (Titulaire de la Chaire Senghor pour la Francophonie de l’Université de Bucarest).

Camelia CUȘNIR (Responsable du Master francophone « Médias, développement et sociétés » de la Faculté de Journalisme et Sciences de la Communication)

 

Partenaires : CEREFREA, Institut Français de Roumanie, Faculté de Sciences Politiques, Faculté de Droit, Faculté de Journalisme et Sciences de la Communication, Département de Langue et Littérature Françaises, Chaire Senghor.


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