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Oana Nestian-Sandu

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Oana Nestian-Sandu is a trainer and researcher with a vast experience developing educational programs for teachers, young people and civil society in Europe, the United States and MENA region. She works in the non-governmental sector and consults for the Council of Europe and the United Nations on topics such as intercultural education, human rights education, Holocaust education and peacebuilding.

She is Program Director at the Intercultural Institute Timisoara, Romania and International Program Director at The Olga Lengyel Institute, New York. She has a Ph.D. in Social Psychology.

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Oana Nestian Sandu

With whom are we solidary and up to what point?

What does discrimination have to do with solidarity? With whom are we solidair with? And up to which point? These are questions addressed in our conversation with Oana Nestian-Sandu, psychologist and interculturalist based in Romania.

Oana talks about sustainable solidarity and about the importance of looking at ourselves in the mirror to acknowledge prejudices and stereotypes.

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