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There are over 700,000 people with disabilities in Romania. Various disabilities. The country’s stable population is slightly over 21 million, according to the latest census. That’s over 700,000 people to whom the government pays social welfare and allowances (or whatever they’re called) from non-disabled taxpayers’ money – and that’s about all they get. This is… » read more

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Posted by Mathew Lowry

Physics, the fascinating branch of science, had enthralled me from the very first class in school. This is a repost of Fascinația științei, originally published in Romanian by Monica Tonea (Facebook), and submitted to the Europe in My Region 2016 blogging competition. I was lucky to have as my teacher a complex, humane person, unlike… » read more

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  We are encouraged to use public transport for environmental reasons, to reduce traffic, to ensure public service sustainability, and to increase urban life quality. Awareness campaigns are funded out of the European or local administrative budget. This is a repost of Municipiul Săcele, originally published in Romanian by Marius Malinescu (@deretinut on Twitter, also… » read more

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Posted by Mathew Lowry