Irina Ursu
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Irina Ursu commented on Hervé Verloes's group Take your chance. Be the change!
"Hello, guys! I know I joined the group later, but, you knok what they say...better than never :). So, what do we do? We use this group , following Maribel&Aleksandra idea of professionally introducing ourselves? Best wishes from Bucharest!  "
Jul 12, 2011
Irina Ursu joined Hervé Verloes's group
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Take your chance. Be the change!

Are you a journalist ? And do you really want to be part of the change ? Take your chance !: Kigali 2011:Non formal education  focusing on stereotypes and discriminationSee More
Jul 12, 2011
Irina Ursu commented on Valentina Bonaccorso's group European Neighbourhood Policy
"Here is an interesting statement of the French Ambassador in Romania, Henry Paul: ”There is no such thing as ”European Citizen”(...).Each country has to deal with its own citizens”. That would explain, to the most basic…"
Sep 27, 2010
Irina Ursu commented on Valentina Bonaccorso's group European Neighbourhood Policy
"Thanks, Ari, for clearing that up. Now: isn't dangerous, for the old EU itself (the old Member States) to use the "third way"? I mean, there are big issues even among the old states, and it seems that they can't reach to a…"
Sep 26, 2010
Irina Ursu commented on Valentina Bonaccorso's group European Neighbourhood Policy
"Ari, I am curious. How would you define the "third way"? Do you think that it would have been better, let's say, for Romania and Bulgaria to have chosen (if possible) this "in between" status? Or do you refer at states like…"
Sep 26, 2010
Irina Ursu is now friends with Qamar-ul-Munir and mustaque ahmed zahid
Sep 19, 2010
Irina Ursu joined Valentina Bonaccorso's group
Sep 19, 2010
Irina Ursu is now a member of EJC - Journalism Community
Sep 18, 2010

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Press Correspondent
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Television
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Roma Caravan

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Eliana van de Craats Lima replied to Eliana van de Craats Lima's discussion Israel and Palestine : If Hamas wins What will Happen to Palestine?
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Hollywood Stars React Against Ideologies of Hatred and Exposes HAMAS Charter

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Elite Britain? Elitism – politics and press!

A recent British article illustrates, allegedly, the depth of ‘elitism’, even privilege, amongst its higher members of society. Is this a matter of class, culture or constitution? We are back to the politics and it looks like summer holiday illusions of equality are over. The figures are revealing:“…that while 95% of Britons believe “in a fair society every person should have an equal opportunity to get ahead”,…See More
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