‘The EU’s External Aid – A Fragmented Approach to Global Development’ by Coziana Ciurea

22nd March 2007

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Thursday 22 March 2007 18.30 20.30, The Romanian Cultural Centre, 8th floor, 54-62 Regent Street, London W1B 5RE; Tel. 020 7439 4052, ext 102;; e-mail: mail@ratiufamilyfoundation.com; Entry is free but booking is essential. To what extent the EUs aid policy towards the developing countries reflects a cohesive response to global development? This presentation aims to look at the EUs external aid from a twofold perspective development and enlargement and to draw on the intertwined effects of these two policy approaches on the EUs role in the globalised world. ( Coziana Ciurea ) Coziana Ciurea is a postgraduate student in the MSc Politics and Government in the European Union at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She also holds an MA in International Affairs Law awarded by the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest . Coziana is an Adviser to the Secretary of State in the Department for Interethnic Relations of the Romanian Government, position suspended until the graduation in the autumn of 2007. Coziana is interested in understanding the European Union, European politics and foreign affairs, as well as in urban development and cultural heritage restoration projects. Culture Power is a programme initiated by the Ratiu Foundation , consisting of a number of seminars focused around a presentation followed by a constructive dialogue with an invited audience. The domains are varied, ranging from contemporary art to money remittances and political theory, passing through architectural studies and advertising. David Webster , Director of the Anglo-Romanian Economic and Political Forum, and a great friend of Romania and Romanian culture, will chair the discussions. Organised by The Ratiu Foundation UK www.ratiufamilyfoundation.com