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The Euroregional Center for Democracy (CED) is a non-governmental and non-profit organization, that promotes democracy and stability in Central and South - Eastern Europe.
CED is located in Timisoara, a city in the Western part of Romania. Timisoara represents an ideal learning location for a laboratory seeking to devise programs of great importance for the future of democracy and regional stability. This multi-ethnic and multi-cultural space encourages the dialogue between individuals and institutions that promote democratic values.
  NGO Consultative Group of Timis County Prefectura
  Association of Multiethnic Cities of South-Eastern Europe - Philia
  Global Organisation Communities of Democracies - The Non-governmental Process
  The Coalition For Clean Universities

Identifying and Reducing Prejudices as a Source of Conflict between Roma and Non-Roma Population - Cases of Bulgaria, Italy, Romania, and Slovenia Compared - REDUPRE (2011-2013)

Promoting a model for including the visually impaired persons in the decisional processes from the Republic of Moldova and Romania through direct and secret ballot (2010 - 2011)

Models of Environment Protection Behaviours and Assimilation of Ecological Values in the Cross-border Area (2007-2008)

Becoming Citizens - Engagement of Young and Senior Citizens (2009-2010)

Participatory civism in the rural area (2008 – 2009)

Transparency for the Community Interest – program to increase the level of accountability and transparency of public institutions from Timis county, (2007 - 2008)

Social-professional Reintegration of the Unemployed from Bocsa Area through Integrated Services of Training and Counseling – Center for Training, Information and Placement of the Unemployed, Bocsa (2004 – 2005)

All-inclusive universities: A project for enhancing the accessibility services of universities for students with disabilities (2015 – 2016)

Beyond the Label: Changing disability perspectives in universities (2014)

2016-06-14
Romanian – Norwegian cooperation for improving accessibility of universities and university libraries in Western Romania
Between 4 and 9 June, 2016, the Euroregional Center for Democracy (CED) made a study visit to Halden and Oslo, Norway, in order to set the ground for a Romanian-Norwegian know-how exchange, in the field of accessibility of universities and university libraries for people with disabilities.
2016-01-15
The All-Inclusive Universities website
The Euroregional Center for Democracy (CED), in partnership with the School of Management in Fribourg, Switzerland, is launching the website of the project “All-inclusive universities: A project for enhancing the accessibility services of universities for students with disabilities”.
2015-11-26
The Inclusive Campus Competition
The Euroregional Center for Democracy (CED) from Timisoara, Romania, and the School of Management in Fribourg, Switzerland, are launching a competition to select student organizations or initiative groups to conduct communication/advocacy campaigns in the university campuses of Timisoara.
2015-03-24
All-inclusive universities: Challenges and achievements of higher education
The Euroregional Center for Democracy (CED) from Timișoara, in partnership with the School of Management Fribourg (HEG Fribourg) from Switzerland, is implementing the project “All-inclusive universities: A project for enhancing the accessibility services of universities for students with disabilities”

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