Office screenings: Documentaries & Architects

Last year, the One World Romania at School team initiated a new series of monthly events, which are hosted in our shared workspace, at the Latitudine53 by Manasc Isaac office. Our co-inhabitants are part of a team that is one of Romania's most vibrant architecture offices, so we decided to find a common terrain and screen documentaries that intersect topics such as human rights and architecture, individual experiences and urbanism, education and praxis.

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luna.doc#5: the numbers

luna.doc#5, a month of documentary films in high schools where we discussed the rights of women in Romania and beyond, has ended.

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Documentary Film as an Educational Tool

Starting in October, we launched a new series of teacher training workshops – meetings which encourage the use of documentaries in the classroom, along with sharing different methods in which these films can be used to act as a complementary element in education.

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luna.doc# 5 - start!

The fifth edition of luna.doc, a One World Romania at School project, has just begun - in an edition that aims to open up discussions about women's rights, both in Romania and at an international level.

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Sahia Vintage Screenings: Postcards from the SSR

Between the 5th and 9th of November, students from several high schools in Bucharest were able to observe how people spend their day-to-day lives and holidays during the communist era - with seas, rivers, sunshine, mountains, and roads passing through a country undergoing a deep and complicated process of urbanization and development.

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Documentaries in the Backyard #3

We had a summer filled with wonderful screenings in the backyard, and we would have gone on for much longer if the autumn hadn’t come, which is packed with events in high schools across the country.

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