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This event occurred on
October 7, 2014
10:00am - 4:00pm EEST
(UTC +3hrs)
Bucuresti, B

TEDxCaleaVictoriei ED

Following the concept of ideas worth spreading, we embark on a journey for a TED ED event that envisages to empower ideas that change mentalities, attitudes and action and mobilizes towards activism.

Thus we propose a TED ED event which will include a selection of motivational speeches given by inspirational activists, thinkers and practitioners from Romania as well as the future enhancement of a community of people who share similar educational ideas and passions.

Why a TED ED event?
Because we want to show that good things are happening in education, learning and innovation in Romania, things that have the potential to transform the educational paradigm in the country.

Because good ideas deserve to be shared and can be a catalyst for a transformation process.

Because we envisage the capitalization of 100 motivated persons to produce social change within Romania. The 100 are professionals from various fields, which are involved in projects / educational initiatives and are motivated to make a stand for education.

The event will consist in motivational speeches in the form of lessons worth spreading.

All these lessons, and a few extra networking activities will be put on stage in Control Club in Bucharest, starting from 10 a.m and ending at 16 p.m. on October 07, 2014.

Calea Victoriei 40 - 42
Bucuresti, B
Event type:
Education (What is this?)
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Speakers may not be confirmed. Check event website for more information.

Alexandra Lancranjan

Alexandra Lăncrănjan is prosecutor of the Bucharest Tribunal, a trainer at the National Institute of Magistracy. She is a bohemian person, dependent on organizing and believes that the only human rights policy that should exist is us, people who like involvement, diversity and mutual aid.

Csaba Asztalos

With over 20 years experience in law, Csaba Asztalos feels at ease when speaking about human rights. He is at his second term as president of the National Council for Combating Discrimination, a lawyer by profession, former state councilor and leader of several projects on discrimination and human rights.

Eliza Rogalski

Founder of the Agency Rogalski Damaschin Public Relations in Bucharest and creator of numerous awarded PR campaigns, Eliza has always been fascinated by the opportunity to change lives through her actions. Eliza initiated many campaign that made aware the general public on human rights problems. She extensively contributed to Amnesty International campaign related to evicted Roma population but also agency campaigns.

Organizing team


Bucharest , Romania
  • Razvan Olaru
    Speaker coordinator
  • Vera Ularu
    PR and image coordinator
  • Iuliana Rada
    Logistic coordinator
  • Raluca Simbotin
    Financing coordinator
  • Madalina Iacob