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Add project to Cluj-Napoca 2015 Calendar!Add your project to the Youth@Cluj-Napoca 2015 Calendar!

We invite all the organizations, institutions, companies or initiative groups to include the activities they plan for 2015 in a common calendar that will serve as a platform to promote all that will take place in Cluj-Napoca during the year 2015 as European Youth Capital.

In order to include a project (conference, seminar, event, concert, etc.) in the calendar, each organization will have to register on the www.cluj2015.eu platform as a user and agree with the terms and conditions of the Youth@Cluj-Napoca2015 program. Each user can add their own projects and include them in the calendar, edit and update them and use the platform as an instrument in promoting their activities.

The project should reflect at least one of the priorities of the program (SHARE Culture, SHARE Joy, SHARE Power, SHARE Space, SHARE Vision, SHARE Work) and be implemented around the concept of SHARE European and Responsibly.
French is the first official EYC 2015 language Today Share Cluj-Napoca Federation signed the protocol designated to declare French language one of the official languages for Cluj-Napoca European Youth Capital 2015. This document was signed on December 17th 2014 between Emil Boc, the Mayor of Cluj-Napoca Municipality and H.E. François Saint-Paul, the Ambassador of French Republic in Romania.

H.E. François Saint-Paul presented the program EYC 2015 in Paris and it was declared a priority. The Ambassador said about Cluj-Napoca that is now a step forward on cultural and economic levels. He also stated that if the city wants to extend its awareness, has to believe in multilingualism more and more from now on. He believes that Cluj-Napoca can be considered an example when it comes to the civil society. At the end, the Mayor wanted to mention that the Ambassador learned Romanian at a very good level in a short period of time. This proves respect from the French community.

The next document signed today was a framework convention between Share Cluj-Napoca Federation and French Institute from Romania. This document was signed by Vlad Pop, President of Share Federation and mister Christophe Gigaudaut, both Cooperation and Cultural Action Counselor of French Embassy and Director of French Institute in Romania.

We consider our partnership with the French Institute a model to be followed from now on with other future collaborations.
„The Asteroids” will hit the stage from Unirii Square On the New Year’s Eve, Cluj-Napoca is becoming the European Youth Capital for a whole year. And, considering the saying „the first impression is the one that matters”, the city will try to be the central place to have fun then. SHARE Federation calls all the citizens (and not just the youth), to take part to the big party that is going to happen in Unirii Square. No previous edition can compare to the one that is going to take place this time. The organizers will bring The Asteroids Galaxy Tour for the first time in Cluj-Napoca.
Youth Meeting - Bun venit!Youth Meeting - Bun venit!

Ca să vă faceți o idee despre cum a început întâlnirea membrilor Federației SHARE Cluj-Napoca din această seară de la Cinema Florin Piersic, vă invităm să citiți discursul de deschidere al evenimentului intitulat de noi Youth Meeting.

Bună seara, stimaţi invitaţi. Bună seara, Cluj-Napoca 2015, Capitala Europeană a Tineretului.

Sunteţi fiecare parte din ce va fi pentru România, proiectul deceniului. Nu ştiu voi, dar eu când mă gândesc la asta, mă gândesc ca la singurul lucru pe care vreau să îl fac în 2015. Nu mă văd locuind în nici un alt oraş din lume, dar mai cu seamă acest lucru este valabil anul viitor. Mă văd prezent şi implicat. La fel cum aţi făcut-o dumneavoastră până acum. Şi cum ştiu că veţi demonstra că se poate în lunile viitoare.
Aţi pornit pe un drum încă nebătătorit. Încercat de numai şase alte oraşe înainte voastră. Asta dovedeşte curaj şi, haideţi să fim sinceri, dovedeşte puţină inconştienţă. Dar, hei, oamenii care conduc astăzi cele mai mari companii din lume, toţi vorbesc despre perioada începutului ca despre „nu aveam nici cea mai mică idee în ce ne băgăm, nu ne-am imaginat niciodată că ceea ce facem noi va ajunge la un nivel atât de mare.” Asta este, doamnelor, domnilor, tinerilor. Aţi ales să faceţi parte din comunitatea care, în momentul de faţă, nu are limite, nu are nici cea mai mică idee cât de departe poate ajunge.
An American’s Perspective: Only in Romania

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Christopher Klimovitz; I am 25 years-old and I am from the United States of America (Baltimore/Philadelphia). For the 2014 autumn semester I am proudly studying International Development at Babeș-Bolyai University, located in the beautiful Transylvanian city of Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Moreover, I am currently working on my second Master of Arts degree in International Peace & Conflict Resolution at Arcadia University; in Glenside, Pennsylvania (very near Philadelphia). You may be asking yourself why an American is studying in Romania. Well there is quite a story behind that.

Ever since I was a child, I dreamed of wanting to traverse Eastern Europe and Romania, in particular. I would regularly read books about Romanian history, cultures, and mythology; though coming from a meager background I never really thought I would ever get to travel to Romania. After I graduated with my Bachelor’s in 2011 I decided to study for a Master’s in Public Policy with a special concentration in mental disability healthcare. After completing my first Master’s in 2013, I took on my current Master’s in the arena of International Studies. I wanted the opportunity to learn more about foreign policy and to help people in need.