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Romania - France: together in Europe
The series of conferences “Romania - France: together in Europe” run in partnership with the Embassy of France in Romania is among EIR’s successful projects. The public conferences launched in the spring of 2007 to mark Romania’s accession to the EU and the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome aimed to contribute to the analysis of European topics which are important both for the European Union, as a whole, and in particular for the two countries, leading to a better understanding of the Community policies, the institutional developments as well as to a stronger bilateral relation between the two member states in the area of European affairs.
During the 31 conferences organised between 2007 - 2011, political personalities and high officials of the French administration put forward for debate topics from the Community agenda, such as: social policy, territorial reform, budgetary reform, defence policy, multilingualism and francophony, environment protection, agriculture, institutional reform, etc.
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Policies of Romania
The main objective of the series of debates "Policies of Romania", launched by the European Institute of Romania in 2008, is to bring forward on the European public agenda the themes tackled in the Strategy and Policy Studies - SPOS.
EIR monthly debates: Romania in Europe
The series "EIR monthly debates: Romania in Europe" continues in a new format the project of round tables, entitled "EIR Guests at Infoeuropa: Romania in Europe", run in 2006 and 2007 in partnership with the Infoeuropa Centre.
The initial project, financed by the Delegation/ Representation of the European Commission in Romania within its information and communication programme, consisted of a series of public debates which had as main theme the status of Romania as an EU Member State.
This project aimed, on one hand, to stimulate free discussions on European issues, generated by the recent developments at political, economic and institutional level and, on the other hand, to contribute in defining Romania's position and options with regard to the future political and institutional European architecture.