Well-designed evaluation and assessment systems lead to better learning for all children – Government of Romania and UNICEF

BUCHAREST, Romania, May 3, 2017 – The Romanian Government in partnership with UNICEF in Romania released a new study today on how pre-university evaluation and examination policies can strengthen schools in Romania so all students can achieve their full potential.

COMBATING VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN – A PRIORITY FOR ROMANIA

BUCHAREST, 2 March 2017. Today, Romania launched the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children. Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu, Mr. Pavel Năstase, Minister of National Education, Ms. Ana Birchall, Minister Delegate for European Affairs, State Secretary Adrian Marius Dobre, Ministry of Labour and Social Justice, and Ms. Gabriela Coman, President of the National Authority for the Protection of Child Rights and Adoption, all re-affirmed the Romanian Government’s commitment to promote and protect child rights, including by supporting the fight against violence.

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MORE THAN 70,000 CARREFOUR CUSTOMERS SUPPORT CHILDREN FROM 45 SCHOOLS TO ATTEND CLASSES

BUCHAREST, 21 November 2016 - Between 15th of September  and 15th of October, for the third consecutive year, Carrefour and UNICEF in Romania joined efforts in support of education, in a substantial fundraising campaign organised in all 31 Carrefour hypermarkets around the country. More than 70,000 customers chose to donate at least 1 Leu at the till.
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