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The students of the ProRoma Tinca School marked the Day of the Minorities, wanting to symbolically emphasize the appreciation of the cultural riches of the ethnic minorities in Romania, the specificities of the Slovak, Hungarian and Roma minorities and the values of each. All these are essential components of the Romanian culture and are an invaluable cultural heritage for future generations. The students from the Roma community, being the coordinators of the workshops for the event, were empowered in front of their colleagues from Theoretical High School "N.Jiga" Tinca and those from the International School in Oradea as promoters of culture in our country.

 

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20 years oldOn this day (13th December), 20 years ago, the founding members held the official paper that confirms the establishment of the People to People Foundation! Formed as a response to the critical situations we saw in that period, we have grown beautifully, set up services, become proactive and we are convinced that we have succeeded in changing the lives of the people we have met!

We thank all our colleagues, volunteers, donors and funders who have been with us all this time.

"The giver of every good and perfect gift has called upon us to mimic God’s giving, by grace, through faith, and this is not of ourselves." - St. Nicholas of Myra

 

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas...soon! Just a quick review of last year’s shoebox campaign! #BoxesOfHope

 

The child comes into this world with endless confidence in his fellow men. The difference is still very small. Studies show that we are beginning to distinguish ethnic, social and cultural differences even in the first year of life, while perceiving the significance that family and society attribute to these differences.

Children who grow up and are educated in a non-discriminatory environment, without a set of prejudices about ethnicity, social status, medical condition, etc., will embrace this world with confidence and love.

This is the life lesson learnt by the students of ProRoma School together with those from the Step by Step program of the "N.Jiga" Tinca Theoretical High School. We thank Professor the teachers Iuliu Orban and Minodora Popa for their visit and for the openness to work in partnership with us.

  

 

Recently we were visited by Nina Skalíková, a professional photographer from Slovakia.

This is the video made by Nina in which there are captured images from the ProRoma School, the Tinca community, the Diosig community and images taken at one of the friendly families in the Gabori community in Oradea.

You can watch the movie with subtitles in English.

#ProRomaSchool #Tinca #HappyChildrenInSchool #UnconditionalLove

“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” – Albert Einstein

 

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“Teachers who love teaching teach children who love learning.” – Unknown

 

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A great teacher takes a hand, opens a mind, and touches a heart!

 

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The National Day of Commemorating the Holocaust is a national event held on October 9 in Romania. It is dedicated to the remembrance of the victims of the Holocaust and particularly to reflecting on Romania's role in the Holocaust.

The Holocaust illustrates the consequences of prejudice, racism and stereotyping on a society. It forces us to examine the responsibilities of citizenship and confront the powerful ramifications of indifference and inaction – Tim Holden

 

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