Ioana Miron

Ioana grew up in Bucharest, Romania and recently finished her master’s degree in journalism, international cooperation and humanitarian aid from the National School of Political Science and Public Administration. She’s an extremely intelligent, motivated, self-reliant and creative young woman always on the prowl for injustice to expose. Ioana’s impressive thirst for knowledge is only surpassed by her kind and generous heart.
Rosia Montana

Rosia Montana: Between Truth and Manipulation

Roșia Montană is a mining village in the Apuseni Mountains, Alba County, Transylvania, Romania. It is located in Rosia Valley, and crossed by the Rosia River. The Roşia River is rich in minerals, especially iron, which gives a reddish color, hence the common name in Romanian and Hungarian. The reddish color of the water is due to excessive mining that lasted for over 2000 years.
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The Central African Republic Crisis

Two decades ago the whole world was witness to the genocide in Rwanda and it’s hard to believe that almost the same situation is going to happen if we don’t act! The international community failed the people 20 years ago, we must not repeat the same mistake for the people of the Central African Republic.
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