The Romania Office of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) was established in 1994 to promote democracy, the rule of law and social justice and to accompany Romania’s integration in to the European Union. FES Romania works together with a broad network of Romanian partner organizations, providing political education and policy advice through trainings, conferences, analyses and research. Moreover, it supports the dialogue between Romanian stakeholders and experts from Germany and other European countries to exchange best practices and address common challenges.
Since joining the EU in 2007, Romania has seen impressive economic growth and has managed to enter the circle of so-called high-income countries. More
F-SIDES, the first Romanian film club dedicated exclusively to films made by women, returns in 2021 with the second edition. more Information
What are the causes of the expansion of the phenomenon of private tutoring, what is its impact on the mass education system? Are the principles of... More