Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Romania

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.

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Democracy and good governance

Democracy and good governance

There is no better guarantee for democracy in Europe and the world, other than that laid down by committed active citizens. As Friedrich Ebert himself put it, "democracy needs democrats". More

Social-ecological transformation

Social-ecological transformation

Our societies are facing one of the biggest challenges in our history – a ecological crisis that endangers the very human existence. More

Trade unions and social dialogue

Trade unions and social dialogue

Workers rights are at risk everywhere in the world. The right to establish or join a trade union, the right to collective bargaining and the freedom of speech and assembly are under increasing attacks in several... More

Cooperation for peace and security

Cooperation for peace and security

As nationalist and isolationist tendencies re-emerge in Europe, and instability regains ground in the European neighbourhood and elsewhere in the world, we believe it is worth making efforts to strengthen cohesion inside... More

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Romania Office

Str. Emanoil Porumbaru 21
Apartment 3
RO-011421 Bucuresti Sector 1
Romania

0040 21 211 09 82
0040 21 210 71 91

office.romania(at)fes.de

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