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Center for Institutional Analysis and Development (CADI) Eleutheria                          

The Center for Institutional Analysis and Development is a research, outreach and consultancy center, promoting the institutions underpinning economic and civil liberties. Our activities range from public debates and workshops to syndicated publication programs advocating institutional reform; from educational programs to legislative and organizational consultancy. CADI activities may be divided in two categories: institutional analysis – the search for institutional solutions that promote freedom of trade and enterprise by lowering the burden of taxation and overregulation; and institutional development – building ways to put them in practice. All these activities find their place in a long-term social project: the creation of a community supportive of the classical-liberal values, active on all levels of the social edifice, academic, political, business and civil society.

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)                  

UNDP is the UN’s global development network, advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. It is on the ground in 177 countries and territories, working with them on their own solutions to global and national development challenges. As they develop local capacity, they draw on the people of UNDP and its wide range of partners. UNDP operates in Romania through the Country Office in Bucharest. UNDP’s work in Romania is outlined in the Country Programme (CPD) 2010-2012, adopted by the UNDP Executive Board in September 2009 and ts implementation plan - Country Programme Action Plan (CPAP) 2010-2012, approved by the Romanian Government in December 2010. UNDP has sharpened its programme focus for the period 2010-2012 on: (a) Deepening democratic practice and social inclusion; (b) Capacity building for the promotion and protection of global and regional public goods; (c) Strengthening Romania’s international development cooperation and aid effectiveness. For the success of its ongoing and future activities in Romania UNDP relies on the close relationship and cooperation with its partners, including the international community, central government, local authorities, civil society organizations and the private sector. UNDP grounds its partnerships on the common visions of Romania’s development goals and priorities. For more information, please visit

Department for Interethnic Relations (DRI)

The mission of the Department for Interethnic Relations is to promote Romania’s ethnic diversity by consolidating and widening support for our multicultural society. To this end, we initiate and develop programs designed to improve the protection system for national minorities, work out strategies to combat racism and xenophobia, and give support to organizations active in the field. Last but not least, our activity focuses on the legislative and institutional building process for the protection of ethnic minorities in Romania as a candidate country to the European Union.

Roma Civic Alliance of Romania (ACRR)    

Roma Civic Alliance of Romania is an 'umbrella' organisation, established in April 2006, by initiative of 20 Roma associations and foundations of Romania. ACRR mission is to promote the values and democratic practices, the respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms, of the economic, social and cultural rights of the Roma minority at the national and European level.  After an organizational restructuring process in April 2008, the member organisations decided to shift from an association of leaders of Roma NGOs to an association of NGOs, where the members are the organizations themselves (quite similar to a federation), with a board of directors of 5 representatives of local NGOs, a new team and a commitment to strengthen the Roma civic movement in Romania in the coming years. Currently, 24 Roma ONGs are members of the ACRR advocacy network, in over 12 romanian counties. 

ACRR objectives are: (a) developing a partnership structure, in order to ensure active participation of Roma in drafting Roma public policies at local, regional, national and international levels; (b) combating discrimination against the Roma, supporting the promotion of Roma identity and social inclusion, by lobbying for Roma governmental and inter-governmental policies; (c) Roma participation to the election process; (d) strengthening the capacity of Roma organisations in order to ensure an effective and efficient partnership with the public administration and the private sector, in all fields of public life; (e)developing and promoting mechanisms for monitorising the implementation of governmental and inter-governmental policies targeting Roma communities.

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