The event will take place at Biblioteca Metropolitana, Str.Tache Ionescu, No.4, Bucharest.
The project is financed by the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is simultaneously conducted in five ChildPact countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova and Romania.
The event will host debate on child protection as a non-sensitive issue for regional cooperation and will explore the possibility of creating a BSEC working group for children based on similar examples from other regions of the world.
Romania’s experience and expertise in child protection reforms will also be highlighted. Should / could child protection become a priority for the Romanian development cooperation policy?
Among the speakers on the agenda there is Victor Tvircun, BSEC Secretary General, Daniela Buzducea, Advocacy Director at World Vision Romania, Doina Doroftei, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Head of Unit International cooperation for development, Helen Gonnord, Human Rights and Democracy Directorate, European External Action Service, Daniela Gheorghe, FONP Executive Director and Mirela Oprea, ChildPact Secretary General.
You can download the agenda of the event here.