Education and Culture through Cinema

The Ministry of Education and Research, Ministry of Culture and Cults, along with “Romania prin cinema” (“Romania through Cinema”) Foundation launched, within the “Education and Culture through Cinema” Program, the Classics Cinema for Students, in order to develop the cinematographic culture among the high school students. Such program was supported by ANONIMVL Foundation.

The Classics Cinema for Students took place during the season of 2002 – 2003, and included lectures followed by projections of the most significant works of the world cinematography (Michelangelo Antonioni, Luchino Visconti, Federico Fellini, Krzysztof Kieslowski, Andrej Wajda, Oliver Stone, Milos Forman, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Luis Bunuel, Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Wells, Andrei Tarkovski etc.)

The Classics Cinema for Students was organized at the National Palace of Children.

The Bucharest Superior Normal School (SNSB)

The project for the establishment of a higher education school in Bucharest was initiated in 2000 by a group of young researchers, doctorate graduates of foreign prestigious universities (ENS Paris, MIT, Penn State University), based on the model of the famous Superior Normal Schools from Paris and Pisa, and the Colleges of the Oxford and Cambridge Universities.

Prestigious Romanian and foreign science people adhered to such project.

In June 2000, they formed the “Superior Normal School” Foundation and decided to begin the studies at the mathematics department (October 2001) and informatics (October 2002). The classes are organized in association with the Mathematics Institute of the Romanian Academy, authorized by law to organize classes at this level. During the following years, the classes at the departments of physics, chemistry and biology shall begin, the operation procedure being already established by the Scientific Council.

One of the main objectives of SNSB is to offer scholarships to its best Romanian students and graduates so that these ones supplement their studies and, at the same time, establish connections with the international scientific world. This fact allows them to continue their scientific career in Romania. During the period comprised between 2002 and 2004, a part of the budget necessary to the development of the entire project was supported by ANONIMVL Foundation.

From its first year of activity, ANONIMVL Foundation supported the issue of certain publications which may contribute to the conversion of the Romanian society into a European society.

The Criminal Law Magazine

The Criminal Law Magazine is a specialty publication, edited in association with the Romanian Association of Criminal Sciences, whose purpose is to treat the main topics in the criminal field from the scientific point of view.

This publication includes issues related to the criminal legislation in force, issues of compared law, casuistry in the criminal field and proposals for the harmonization of the Romanian legislation with the community aquis.

From its first year of activity, ANONIMVL Foundation supported the issue of certain publications which may contribute to the conversion of the Romanian society into a European society.

Romanian Journal Of Society And Politics

ROMANIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIETY AND POLITICS is an academic magazine of social sciences, published biannually in English, under the auspices of the Romanian Society of Political Sciences. Its role is to create a debate forum, opened to researchers, professors and students interested in the analysis of the Romanian socio-political phenomena. Each issue of the magazine approaches a specific topic and includes theoretical articles, empiric researches and book reviews, signed by Romanian and foreign authors. RJSP is edited by a team formed of three executive editors and by an editorial committee. The content and policies of the magazine are under the guidance of an international committee.