marți, 26 martie 2013


The Office of European Representative
West Bank, Gaza, UNRWA


Day One Monday

 Briefing by the EU Press Office and meeting the accompanying Palestinian journalists

Briefing by Independent Politician Dr Mustafa Barghouti on Palestinian perspective of conflict, 

 Lunch and tour in Ramallah

EU Police Co-ordinating Office for Palestinian Police Support (EUPOL COPPS) Briefing and training of Palestinian Civil Police, Ramallah,
 Benoit Cusin, Press and Public Information Officer, EUPOL COPPS, 

 Meeting with Government Spokesperson, Noor Odeh on state-building efforts by Palestinian Authority         

Day Two  Tuesday

Departure from Ankar Hotel to Jerusalem and crossing Qalandia checkpoint

Tour of East Jerusalem with Ir Amim organization

Field visit to EU Projects in East Jerusalem, Capacity Building of Early Childhood Sector in Jerusalem (kindergarten in Silwan neighbourhood), Oxfam Novib & Early Childhood Resource Center, Willow Heske – Oxfam Communication Officer, 

 Quick Lunch in East Jerusalem

East Jerusalem Hospitals Network – Briefing with Director of Augusta Victoria Hospital Dr Tawfiq and WHO project manager Aisha Mansour 

Transfer to Ramallah

 Open session with Palestinian senior journalists and editors followed by dinner

Day Three  Wednesday

Transfer to Hebron

Tour in Hebron city (H1+H2) with NGO 'Breaking the Silence'

 Lunch in Hebron and transfer to Bethlehem

Visiting Ayda refugee camp in Bethlehem and briefing by UNRWA Spokesman Chris Gunness 

Visiting Nativity Church in Bethlehem

Day Four Thursday

Meeting with PLO Executive Committee Member 

Departure to Nablus

Field visit to EU Projects in Nablus: Muqata Project and the Khan Al Wakala followed by a tour in the old city

Meeting  with EU Representative, John Gatt-Rutter and Representatives of Portugal and Spain at Ankar Hotel in Ramallah


Day Five Friday

Transfer to North of the Jordan Valley

Field visit to EU Projects in Jordan Valley: Bedwin Community in Ein Duyok (European Commission Humanitarian Office; Press Officer: Fadwa Baroud,
Oxfam -Willow Heske – Communication Officer

Briefing by the Jericho and Jordan Valley Governor followed by a tour in the city  

Visiting Dead Sea

Day Six Saturday

- Individual Research -

duminică, 17 martie 2013

Am stat ieri pana mi-au sarit capacele sa mi se incarce filmul Catch me if you can.
Nu-l downloadez ca nu ma pricep deloc la torrente si porcarii d-astea dar l-am gasit online 4 free... si avand in vedere ca-i un film foarte vechi nu cred ca-i vreo problema :))

E bestial filmul! Mi-a placut. Dar cred ca-i genu de film dupa care oamenii au inteles ca pot sa invete si sa devina profesionisti uitandu-se la TV si "furand meserie", da repede!

Cred ca-i cea mai plauzibila explicatie pentru ultimii 10 ani in Romania :) Toata lumea invata de la TV.

In fine... unele productii chiar au impact asupra oamenilor si va pot da 2 exemple recente.

Desert flower - SHOC TOTAL - merita vazut!
Outsourcing - Vorbesc engleza cu accent de india de cand m-am uitat la filmul ala :)) Aproape ca vorbesc si romana cu accent de india - si credeti-ma ca stand up comedy e fix pix :))))

Multe alte concluzii se pot trage si din vazut filme... doar ca e greu de ales filmele care merita iar persoanele in compania carora te uiti si mai apoi analizezi diverse situatii prezentate fac diferenta.


joi, 14 martie 2013


RISKS

To laugh is to risk appearing the fool,
To weep is to risk being called sentimental.
To reach out to another is to risk involvement.
To expose feelings is to risk showing your true self.
To place your ideas and your dreams before the crowd is to risk being called naive.
To love is to risk not being loved in return,
To live is to risk dying,
To hope is to risk despair,
To try is to risk failure

But risks must be taken, because the greatest risk in life is to risk nothing.
The person who risks nothing, does nothing, has nothing, is nothing, and becomes nothing.
He may avoid suffering and sorrow, but he simply cannot learn, feel, change, grow or love.
Chained by his certitude, he is a slave; he has forfeited his freedom.
Only the person who risks is truly free.

Often attributed to the poet and thinker, Leo Buscaglia, the real author of this inspirational verse is Janet Rand.


P.S. : Aceasta poezie surprinde extraordinar de bine ceea simt si fac in momentul de fata iar reversul medaliei mi se oglindeste in fata. Poate gresesc si poate mi-o musc din nou dar imi asum acest risc si imi calculez pasii cu multa atentie. Detalii pe parcurs :D