Call for Proposals: International Symposium on Security and Peace, March 2nd, 2023

The Center for Peace and Violence Prevention (CPVP) and the Conflict Studies Center (CSC, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania) invite NGOs and civil society actors, activists, and policymakers to share light on the impact of their work and the communities they serve. We equally invite researchers, scholars, practitioners, students, doctoral, and postdoctoral candidates to share their recent…

Dance Romania 2022 In Images

To all our friends, volunteers, and partners: thank you for making Dance Romania 2022 – powered by CPVP.org a great event! Special thanks to our amazing dance instructors, to our fantastic Dj M.I.G , to our #photographers, #videographer, and to all of you who contributed and participated in the third edition of Dance Romania!  …

CPVP Invites You to Dance Romania 2022

The Center for Peace and Violence Prevention invites you to Dance Romania 2022. Dance Romania is an intercultural humanitarian dance event that is open to every community represented in Romania, to all its inhabitants: locals, expats, students, NGOs, and civil society, the young and elderly, individuals with special needs, migrants, and members of every community…

CPVP Humanitarian Aid Sent To Ukraine

On March 5th 2022, CPVP sent a van to #Ukraine containing food, medical supplies, blankets/warm clothing, and other essential goods for babies, women, and children. We are still garnering support to send in a second convoy in the coming days. Please remember there’s a #war ongoing, which means most Ukrainians cannot cook or buy from…

Emergency Assistance for Ukrainian Refugees

We are collecting emergency supplies for Ukrainian refugees fleeing to Romania. You can donate blankets, pillows, warm clothes (for women and children mostly), masks and disinfectants, nonperishable food, hygiene products (tampons, diapers, feminine hygiene, soap, toothpaste, shampoo, etc.), powder milk for babies, small toys, other children related products (nonperishable as well, medication, baby food). Collecting…

CPVP Talks with Jamilu Rabiu

School children in conflict zones suffer from the trauma of war. They always fear bad things could happen again. Boys and girls live under the constant threat of abduction, rape, trafficking, physical and mental injuries, and death. This is true in Nigeria, where since 2015, parts of its northern region have witnessed an increase in…