Monthly Archives: November 2014

Romanian Elections 2014: Queueing for Democracy

As a Romanian, you would think the right to vote is granted by Constitution. Not so much abroad especially when the PM in office knows exactly how you’re going to vote. Have a look at how easy the Government made … Continue reading

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#KlausIohannis Wins Romanian Presidential Elections

… While his opponent, Prime Minister Victor Ponta denies the right to vote to hundreds of thousands of Romanians waiting in long queues outside Embassies all across Europe. Shame on you Victor Ponta! Congrats Klaus Iohannis! Santa’s coming early in … Continue reading

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Michel Baumann: The Meal, a Path to Collective Intelligence @ #SIGEF2014

Beyond its social and biblical connotations, The Meal is a glocal manifestation initiated by Michel Baumann which aims to support local farmers and produce while raising funds for social projects around the world. Each of the participants pays a symbolic  … Continue reading

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Reza Deghati at #SIGEF2014: Art and Education for Social Change

A humanitarian at heart, Reza Deghati is a worldwide famous photojournalist whose work you may admire on the covers of National Geographic amongst other places. I was lucky enough to listen, interpret and admire part of his work at SIGEF … Continue reading

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