Romania participating in international conference ‘Global Ethics – Save the Planet Earth’ in Astana
Romania will participate in the international conference „Global Ethics – Save the Planet Earth” organized on Thursday and Friday by UNESCO in Astana (Kazakhstan).
According to the cited source, Romania is the only European country to feature a presentation stand at the event, where visitors can get acquainted with elements of Romanian traditional culture and also discuss topics related to the conference.
Debates at the „Global Ethics – Save the Planet Earth” international conference will focus on an array of aspects that are key to modern world such as: youth-focused education, cultural heritage, various aspects related to the environment and the involvement of the youth in this area.
Attending the event will be: UNESCO Director General Irina Bokova; President of the World Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centres and Associations George Chrisophides; Bolat Akchulakov – President of the Kazakhstan National Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centres and Associations; Director of the ‘Foundation of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan’ Dariga Nazarbayeva, and Kazakhstan government officials: Foreign Minister Erlan Idrissov, Deputy Minister of Culture Askar Buribayev, Minister of Environmental protection Nurlan Kapparov.
Romania will be represented at the conference by Daniela Popescu, President of the European Federation of UNESCO Associations, Centres and Clubs, who will highlight in her speech some important aspects regarding the involvement of the federation she is heading in national and international projects that are mainly aimed at promoting intercultural dialogue, creating a competitive environment for the new generation, building respect for human rights. Another member of the Romanian delegation is Claudiu Marius Pascovici, President of the European Association ‘Youth for the Future’, an active member of the Alumnus Club UNESCO – Romania. On the occasion of the conference, Pascovici will convey the message of the Romanian and European youth to UNESCO officials, as well as to the private business communities present at the event.