This morning, at the Romanian Banking Institute, Mugur Isarescu inaugurated Juna Forum, a series of workshops conducted by members of the League of Romanian Students Abroad (LSRS). These students will gather into 10 expertise group and will try to elaborate solutions for the main pillars of Romania’s development, in a three day forum, lasting from August 12 to August 14. Healthcare, Culture, Energy and Environment and Education are some of the sectors that will be under discussion. The final results of these debates will be published in a book and distributed to students from Romania and abroad. Also, the conclusions will represent the basis for the 2011-2030 strategic development plan of Romania.
On August 15, students across the country are invited at Putna, to celebrate 140 years from the Great Putna Manifestation and the First Congress of Romanian Students throughout the World – events that marked the creation of the Romanian Modern State.
A series of personalities were awarded the Putna medal and diploma, celebrating 140 years from the historic events that marked the creation of the Romanian modern state. Those who received this honorary prize include the national bank governor, Mugur Isarescu, gold winning athlete Gabriela Szabo and Eugen Simion, president of the Romanian Academy.
The expertise groups will find solutions for Romania’s pressing problems through designated workshops. In the first day, the main obstacles are identified, in the second day possible solutions are stated while in the final day, the conclusions of the debates will be presented.
The first edition of Romania Juna Forum is organized by LSRS under the aegis of the National Bank of Romania.