The new Board of Directors of the Romanian Center for European Policies


Romanian Center for European Policies (CRPE) announces the formalisation of the composition of the new Board of Directors. Two of the former directors took on positions in the Government: Cristian Ghinea – Minister of European Funds, Dragoș Dinu – State Secretary at the Ministry of European Funds, while Ciprian Ciucu stepped down from his position in order to pursue new personal projects.

CRPE’s current team of twelve experts – among them experienced projects coordinators with sectorial expertise – will further promote its programmes and projects in fields such as justice reform and fight against corruption, foreign policy – especially Eastern Neighbourhood and regional security, ambitious public policies in administration and in the social field (entrepreneurship, microcredits), innovative projects aimed at supporting rural development, modern agriculture, active citizenship and many others.

Starting this autumn, CRPE Republic of Moldova will diversify its projects in Chișinău and in the region with some new strategic directions.

Projects coordinator in CRPE for many years, Bianca Toma, former journalist and European affairs correspondent, and Alexandra Toderiță, economist and the coordinator of the rural development and social policies projects, become members of the CRE Board of Directors. Ruxandra Popescu, with a degree in economic sciences and PhD candidate in economic diplomacy, joins them in the CRPE Board of Directors. (in the photo, from left to right).

We wish to thank the three founding members and former directors, who made Romanian Center for European Policies (CRPE) one of the leading think-thanks at regional level.