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¡Urgente! Plazas disponibles para SVE sobre reciclaje y radio en Transilvania

SVE en Transilvania. La Asociación de Jóvenes de Transilvania – una ONG de Cristuru Secuiesc, Rumanía – busca urgentemente dos voluntarios/as que ayude como “Recycling and up-cycling education manager” y en el proyecto “Radio A.T.A”. Solo tienes que tener tiempo, motivación, residencia en España y entre 18 a 30 años. ¿Te apuntas?

DURACIÓN:  7 meses (reciclaje) ó 10 meses (radio).
INICIO DEL PROYECTO:  Septiembre de 2016.
CIUDAD: Cristuru Secuiesc, ROMANIA
PLAZAS VACANTES: 2 (una de 7 meses y otra de 10 meses de duración).
ASOCIACIÓN DE ACOGIDA:Y.A.T., Youth Association of Transylvania.
¿En qué consiste este proyecto de voluntariado?
 
Recycling and up-cycling education manager. Cristuru Secuiesc y toda la región tienen pocas opciones en cuanto a reciclaje, ecología y sostenibilidad. Para combatir este problema, the Youth Association of Transylvania cuenta constantemente con dos voluntarios que actúan en torno al reciclaje y el up-cycling a través de talleres y otras actividades de educación para el medio ambiente destinadas a niños, jóvenes y adultos.
Durante el voluntariado, el/la participante colaborará con colegios, institutos y escuelas rurales de la región. Esta actividad la llevarás a cabo con otro voluntario SVE de España.
Support person for the online radio. La asociación A.T.A. tiene una radio online (www.radio.ata-ro.eu) enfocada en la música, la cultural, la comunidad local (sobre todo en la juventud) y en el SVE en Rumania y Europa. Los voluntarios trabajarán en la radio, recopilando noticias locales, participando en las tertulias en vivo y liderando un programa musical para presentar Europa a la comunidad local. Concretamente, los voluntarios grabarán podcasts de programas diarios y prepararán playlists de música.
 ¿Tienes preguntas?
 
¿Te apuntas?
ENVÍA TU CV Y CARTA DE MOTIVACIÓN CONCRETA PARA CADA PROYECTO EN INGLÉS a
alberto@asociacionmundus.com con el asunto de referencia
“EVS Rumania-Transilvania” especificando en proyecto te gustaría participar.

“Keep Calm & Love Culture” busca dos voluntarios/as

SVE en Rumanía. Keep Calm & Love Culture busca dos voluntarias o voluntarios para un SVE (Servicio de Voluntariado Europeo / Erasmus+) de siete meses de duración. Los voluntarios se alojarán en la ciudad de Arad, Rumanía. En total el proyecto contará con 16 jóvenes que vienen de Bulgaria, Italia, España y Turquía.

Duración: 7 meses

Inicio del proyecto:  Mayo o Junio de 2016

Ciudad: Arad, Rumanía

Número de plazas disponibles: 2

Objetivos Keep Calm & Love Culture

-Desarrollar el espíritu empresarial y las competencias de expresividad cultural entre los 16 voluntarios SVE.

– Mejorar la independencia y la participación activa del grupo de jovenes dentro del marco cultural y político juvenil de la comunidad que acoge a los chicos y chicas.

– Impulsar el sector público y el sector no gubernamental dentro del marco político y cultural juvenilen la ciudad de Arad.

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Actividades 

Los 16 voluntarios trabajarán con asociaciones y voluntarios locales, desarrollando diferentes actividades:

1. Keep Calm and Love International Art Festivals: promocionar y organizar actividades para los seis festivales de arte.

2. Keep Calm and Join Erasmus+ Artoteque: incluye la participaciόn de otras dos categorias que implican, la participaciόn de 20 jovenes de la ciudad de Arad que tienen problemas económicos. Las actividades serán: objetos de artesanía hechos a mano, reciclaje creativo, reparación de muebles viejos, talleres de arte y la utilización creativa de los espacios de la ciudad.

3. Keep calm and Learn Foreign Languages: idioma extranjero/ cursos informales de lengua inglesa.

Perfil del participante

Residentes en España de entre 17-30 años. Entre los participantes, el 50% de los jóvenes selecionados serán personas con problemas económicos y que realizarán actividades que podrán ayudarles a encontrar un trabajo una vez finalizado el proyecto.

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¿Cuál es la asociación coordinadora del proyecto?

Centrul Municipal de Cultura Arad (CMCA) es una institución pública dirigida por el ayuntamiento de Arad. Nuestros objetivos son: subvencionar y promocionar los artistas jóvenes, empresarios, artesanos locales, dándoles la oportunidad de exponer sus trabajos, facilitando el acceso a la cultura de Arad, organizando eventos culturales y artisticos, promoviendo el dialogo intercultural, interétnico e intergeneracional entre las culturas desarrollando la enseñanza para los jovenes.

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La ciudad de Arad está situada en la parte occidental de Rumania, a 50 km de Hungría y es la duodécima ciudad más grande de Rumania, y tiene 200.000 habitantes.

En Arad hay también una maravillosa fortaleza que tiene la forma de una estrella. En el pasado Arad la llamaban “la pequeña Viena” porque las dos ciudades tenían una arquitectura muy parecida.

INFORMACIÓN PRÁCTICA

Comida

Los voluntarios tendrán a disposición cada mes una cierta cantidad de comida y podrán también comprársela, o cocinarse algo. El primer mes recibirán el dinero en efectivo , y después en una tarjeta bancaria.

Transporte Local

La organizaciόn de acogida les proporcionará un billete mensual para los transportes públicos, para coger el tranvía en la ciudad.

Alojamiento

Los voluntarios estarán alojados en apartamentos, dos personas compartirán la misma habitación con el baño y la cocina en común. Habrá sábanas, mantas y todo lo necesario por la cama, muebles, internet, lavadora, y una cocina con todo los utensilios necesarios.

¿Te interesa? ¿Cómo proceder?

Envíanos tu CV  y carta de motivación en inglés a alberto@asociacionmundus.com con el asunto:

“SVE-ARAD-KEEP CALM 

 

 

 

Resumen de experiencias de “EU in Parliament”, Braila, Rumanía.

Durante la segunda quincena de mayo de 2014 participamos en el training sobre democracia participativa ”EU in Parliament” en la ciudad de Braila (Rumania), organizado por la Asociación Pro Democracia.

 

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Durante diez días, los miembros enviados por la Asociación Mundus – Un mundo a tus pies,  junto con miembros de otras asociaciones de Málaga y Turquía, asistimos a sesiones relacionadas con el sistema electoral europeo.

Durante nuestra estancia aprendimos nuevos métodos de expresión como el Photo Voice o Mindmaps e hicimos nuevos amigos, estando inmersos en un aprendizaje intercultural continuo. Hemos realizado todo tipo de actividades: Flashmob en centro de la ciudad, una fiesta tradicional, una visita a un parque natural, simulacros electorales, etc.

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El día “fuerte” fue el 25 de mayo, día de las elecciones, en el que en grupos recorrimos los colegios electorales de Braila observando como se desarrollaba el procedimiento electoral, entrevistando a los electores y realizando un reportaje.

Antes de conocer Rumania apenas sabíamos de su cultura, su gente y tradiciones. Los días que pasamos en Braila nos dimos cuenta de lo mucho que nos parecemos españoles y rumanos. Son gente muy amable que siempre te acoge con los brazos abiertos y una sonrisa en la boca.

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Esta experiencia nos ha enseñado a ser tolerantes, abiertos de mente y ver las cosas desde otros puntos de vista, y nos ha ayudado  a mejorar como personas.

Eu in Parliament en Braila, Rumania con participantes Mundus!

Eu in Parliament es un Proyecto de Democracia participativa financiado por Youth in Action en el que Asociación Mundus ha tenido la oportunidad de enviar 4 participantes. El proyecto se centra en las elecciones Europeas que tendrán lugar el día 25 de mayo y en cómo nos afectan a todos los ciudadanos Europeos y no Europeos.
 
Os presentamos a los participantes:
 
-Soy Diana, tengo 24 años, soy de Puertollano, estudié Derecho en Ciudad Real, en cuarto curso me fui a Polonia de Erasmus y fue la experiencia que cambió mi vida, porque gracias a ello decidí estudiar un Máster en Relaciones Internacionales y Comercio Exterior, debido a que me sentía ciudadana del mundo y quería conocer todos los países y las relaciones vinculantes entre estos. 
Actualmente trabajo en una Consultora Internacional,  y este proyecto se presenta como una experiencia que creo que me va a enriquecer mucho profesional y personalmente, pues me apasionan los ambientes multiculturales y estoy convencida que voy a disfrutar y a aprovechar esta experiencia al máximo. 
 
-Me llamo Roberto y soy de Valladolid. Tome contacto con la Asociación Mundus por mi interés en participar en el SVE de Croacia, pero al no cumplir los requisitos, me dieron la opción de participar en un proyecto sobre democracia participativa en Brăila (Rumania). Al ser un proyecto relacionado con mis estudios y desarrollarse en un país al que no pude ir de Erasmus en su momento por caducar los convenios universitarios, no me lo pense. Estoy muy ilusionado por tener la oportunidad de participar en un proyecto como este, poder visitar Rumania y relacionarme con gente de otros paises y culturas.
 
– Rubén: ¿Qué son las expectativas? Para mí es esperar algo y ¿qué espero de mi viaje a Rumania? Pues espero descubrir un nuevo país, conocer gente y trabajar sobre el eje de las sociedades democráticas: la participación ciudadana. En pocos días espero profundizar sobre la política europea y el poder y funciones del Parlamento Europeo. Espero poder compartir conocimientos y experiencias con el resto de voluntarios conociendo otras culturas y formas políticas. Además el día 25 se celebraran las elecciones al Parlamento Europeo y estoy seguro de que será un día inolvidable.
 
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Os deseamos que disfrutéis la experiencia y que a la vuelta nos contéis todo lo que aprendisteis!
 
 

PROYECTO APROBADO! EVS “Advocacy For The Environment”, Braila, Romania. Inicio 5 MAYO’14!

Éste es un proyecto aprobado para empezar el día 5 de mayo. Urgente recibir las candidaturas lo antes posible. Ya tenemos a una voluntaria en el mismo proyecto que está muy contenta. 

Búscala en nuestra web: Celia Lorenzo.

http://www.asociacionmundus.com/#!proyectos-en-activo/cu3j

Title: “Advocacy For The Environment”

EVS Service period : 01.03.2014-25.12.2014
Location:
 Braila County, Romania

Volunteers: 4 volunteers, one from Spain

Financial rules – We cover 100% accommodation costs, food, program, visas

and 90% of international transport.

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The Project “Advocacy ForThe Environment” promotes explicitly the non-formal education, the voluntary concept regarding the protection and conservation of the environment.

The project “Advocacy For The environment” will engage 4 young people from 4 European countries  who will learn about the importance of the environment, how to identify problems regarding the environment, what needs to be done for the protection and conservation of the environment and also how to work together as a team in order to achieve the objectives of this project.

The highlight of the project will be to transform the young volunteer into active responsible european citizens who will stand up and fight against the environment problems, being aware that the actions we do today will affect the future generations.

The program will combine various non-formal education activities such as: participating at various trainings that focus on the protection and conservation of the environment but also on means of doing this; visiting the town in order to identify the environmental issues, and how to fight against them; performing street animations, organizing debates, round table discussions in order to raise the community awareness regarding the protection and conservation of the environment; street actions such as planting trees involving other young people from the community,  etc.

Mundus escoge a 1 voluntario. Lo escogerá directamente el equipo Mundus de entre vuestras candidaturas.

Enviadnos CV y carta de motivación en inglés a:  ingrid.unmundoatuspies@gmail.com

Asunto mail: EVS “Advocacy For The Environment”, Braila

Recibimos candidaturas desde YA y el proceso se cerrará tan pronto como se encuentre el voluntario adecuado.

 

Evs en Rumanía. Find and practice the sports which fit you the best!

Multisport Experience Sport Club from Arad in west Romania proudly presents new idea for the EVS project with a theme of sport to Erasmus plus programme with a deadline of 30 april 2014. Please read a following message:

 

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Project’s stages:

  • December 2014 – August 2015 – 9 months
  • September 2015 – May 2016 – 9 months

Project’s content:

»Winning is not the most important thing, taking part is; it’s not the victory that counts, but  the achievement«. Pierre Baron de Coubertin

 

We feel that including more local people in sport events, as volunteers is a moral duty of modern society to improve own health by making sport. In order to do that, we need a strong promotion of the volunteering positions in these areas and a wide recognition of the work of the volunteers!

The project is also great chance of discovering and putting together all the possibilities of having sport for people of Arad city.

Tasks and objectives of the volunteers are split into 4 main areas:

1) Promote the places for local volunteers, in the activities and events which the applicant organization is realizing (select 100)

 

2) Make a research about the opportunities to make sport in Arad city.

 

3) Practicing sport at least 15 hours per month

 

4) Support the host organization in organizing activities in sport area

 

The volunteers will have the possible to choose which sport to practice. They will be encouraged to join the sports which are highly promoted by the applicant (running, swimming, cycling) but in their research, also, they can test the sports which they describe and discover for the local community.

Details of research about the opportunities to make sport in Arad city:

–          Select a group of 10 local volunteers for this project, persons who can help them with translations and guidance in the city

–          To make a research about other initiatives close to this one and contact the organizers to collect the available data, if provide them

–          To make a map of the sport activities possible in Arad city

–          To insert data on a portal about sports in Arad city

–          To discover and list the main qualifications in sport area, for which there is a formation possible in the region

–          To discover and list the main sport infrastructure from Arad city

–          To discover and list the main sport events from Arad city

–          To find out an estimation of people active in sports in Arad city;

–          To find out how many people from Arad are members of a sport club or organized in sports

–          To make relevant movies which can help the promotion of sports among the people from Arad city

We intend to apply with it at the deadline of 30.04.2014 therefore please send us your application as soon as possible but no later than 17th April 2014 at:

experientam@gmail.com

If you are:

  1. Future EVS volunteer please send us following documents:

Obligatory:

– Curriculum vitae in EURO format;

– Letter of motivation in which You specify the way of engagement in activities and possible experience already as local volunteer back home

 

You can send later:

– Proposed activities if desired (not obligatory);

– Medical certificate certifying that allowed participation in sport activities;

 

 

MAS info: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tyoik8mfaayksld/5.%20Description%20of%20hosting%20organisation%20EMS.pdf

IMPORTANTE! Para que soportemos y empujemos vuestra aplicación, al enviar el mail a experientam@gmail.com , poned en copia a ingrid.unmundoatuspies@gmail.com.

Asunto mail: EVS Rumania Deportes Millenium

Recordad decir que Asociación Mundus -Un mundo a tus pies- con EI reference 2013-ES-63 es vuestra sending organization. 

 

 

 

EU in Parliament: proyecto democracia participativa en Rumanía, 18 al 28 de mayo

The placement: Braila district, Romania

Volunteer´s profile:

We wish to receive volunteers with reduced opportunities, but who are strongly motivated to perform voluntary activities during the stage, who are willing to learn Romanian, to adapt and to work with young people from urban and rural areas, promoting the principles and the values of the European Union, focusing on the importance of the European Parliament and the vote system.

It would be great if the youngsters who take part in the stage had knowledge of social or political sciences, they knew or wanted to know the electoral system for the European system and wanted to get involved in promoting this information.

Moreover, these youngsters should have the following qualities: punctuality, seriousness, good English language skills, they should be communicative, capable of speaking and make themselves understood by a group of people.

 

 

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The European volunteers will develop the following topics:

            The European Union-principles and values

            The European Union´s Institutions-importance, role, attributions, focusing on the European

            The reprezentativeness and civic participation at European Union level

 

Our Project proposes two important objectives:

The First Objective: increasing the degree of understanding of the youngsters regarding the principles values, institutions and public politics of the European Union.

* The activities proposed to reach this objective:

            The approach, during some study modules, of topics referring to the principles and values of the European construction, the structure and the importance of the European Union´s institutions, the reprezentativeness and civic participation in the European Union.

            The organisation of informing campaigns regarding the approached topic through the involvement of the Pro Democracy Clubs from high-schools in Braila;

            The volunteers from the participating countries in this project will have to learn to work in a team with the Pro Democracy Clubs, developing projects that will have as target groups of poor and rejected youngsters;

            The organisation of a vote process simulation for the European Parliament, after the informing campaign, about what it means to be a member in the Europeam Parliament;

            The support of the youngsters from Pro Democracy Clubs who will be proposed to subscribe to be voters on voting cards during this vote process simulation, in order to result an electoral campaign simulation;

            The preparation of supplimentary materials and the spreading of the information, regarding the European Parliament in EU and the relationship between the citizens and the Parliament.

 

The second objective: the increase of involving degree of European youngsters, starting from the active citizenship principle and the relationship between the European citizen and the European Parliament.

* The activities proposed to achieve this objectiv:

            The organisation of informing seminars in schools where there are Pro Democracy Clubs, on

topics concerning the European Union and the European Parliament, participatory democacy and

,      the relationship between the European citizens and the European Parliament;

            Spreading Pro Democracy Club´s network and the vote process simulation for the European

Parliament;

            The development of the younster´s capacity to work in a team regarding the organisation of some

projects that will address to the poor and rejected young people;

            The meeting with European Parliamentaries who will speak about the relationship between the

European citizens and the European parliamentary;

                        The preparation of a brochure called „EU in the Parliament” which will contain information about the European Union and the European Parliament, the organisation of the vote process simulation through the Pro Democracy Club, testimonies of European the volunteers.

 

Mas info: https://www.salto-youth.net/tools/otlas-partner-finding/organisation/asociatia-pro-democratia-club-braila.1452/

 

Importante!

Los gastos de alojamiento y comida estarán cubiertos durante el proyecto, así como el 75 % del importe de los vuelos.

Los participantes tan solo deberán pagar el 25% de los vuelos y hacerse socios de Mundus (40 eur/año) con el derecho a participar en todas las actividades que Mundus organice.

Envía tu candidatura para éste proyecto a ingrid.unmundoatuspies@gmail.com lo antes posible con el asunto EU in Parliament lo antes posible.

 

EVS enseñando lenguas en ARAD, Rumanía!

 

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Organisation: Millennium Center

Place: Arad / Romania

Project type: Mobility Project for Young People and Youth Workers

Title: “Meetings with Languages”.

The idea: The complex project has in aim to fight youth unemployment by developing necessary competences during EVS stage for the volunteers to become competitive at job market.

Activities: The EVS project will have two stages of total lenght of 5 months:

First step: long term training course (1 month) increased and intense Romanian language course combined with complex and unique non-formal education training course for EVS volunteers to get necessary competences in teaching languages with the use of non-formal methods as scheme of their future work with 3 different target groups

Second step: (4 months) EVS volunteers are using skills and abilities obtained at first stage to multiply the result of own learning by teaching others English language and/or national languages using non-formal methods

Stages (5 months) will be in 2 periods:

Stage A: starts in 1st of September 2014 – 31 th of January 2015

Stage B: starts  in 1st of February  2015 – 30th   of June 2015

Methods: non formal way of education (learning by doing) and e-learning (working in virtual space) with elements of hand craft

Tasks and objectives:

ü  EVS volunteers to organize on weekly basis language courses with elements on non-formal education for 3 different target groups.

ü  To gather at least 5 people from each target group to participate in at least 3 consecutive language workshops

ü  Promotion of Erasmus plus and non-formal education

ü  Integration to local neighbourhood

ü  Gaining skills to be independent unit at job market

Outcomes: Future EVS volunteers will learn how to become non-formal teacher of languages.

 

Target groups and beneficiaries: EVS volunteers will have a task to approach 3 different target groups:

a)      Kids from (0-18) – teaching languages by usage of hand craft

b)      Youth and adults (18 -50) – teaching languages using non formal methods of education

c)       Elderly (50+) – teaching languages by using e-learning methods

The point of having 3 different target groups is for the EVS volunteers to learn better all possible methods of work while teaching languages and on the same time, filling in the needs of learning methods adapted to target groups. Kids are in the need of craft work – this is the most popular and desirable method of work with this target group. Youth and adults are in need of learning non-formal methods of work after leaving school and formal education. Elderly are in the need of get in touch with IT technologies in order not to stay behind with IT and stay competitive at job market which becomes crucial at that age …

Results: the main aim of the project is to train EVS volunteers and verify in practice their abilities. Learning of how to be language teacher using the whole range of methods, with underlining their non-formal character and use these skills and abilities gained during EVS stage is for volunteers a start to become more competitive at job market back home (after EVS) or in any other EU country. Project is addressed to young people with fewer opportunities on the basis of long term unemployment.

Inspiration: project’s idea is based on multilingualism as the languages have prior role for people to become competitive at job market – it is one of the cornerstone of EU strategies because lack of language skills is the main obstacle of getting a good job as well as prevents from better education outside of own country of residence. The project is also a part of MC strategy of creating career center for young people. Career center is the facility where not only young people can get advises of how to create own career but most of all how to get new skills and abilities needed to be competitive at job market – no matter country.

Final materials: good practice guide with elements of diary – how to become non-formal teacher of languages 2014.

 

If You are interested and If You are:

 

Future EVS volunteer please send us following documents to:

– CV in EUROPASS format

– Letter of motivation in which You specify:

a). the way of engagement in activities

b). possible experience already as local volunteer back home

c). the stage period preferred

 

Envía esos dos documentos a ingrid.unmundoatuspies@gmail.com especificando en el asunto “EVS ARAD LENGUAS” LO ANTES POSIBLE!

Vacancy for EVS Volunteer in Romania, Cluj Napoca

  • Location: Cluj-Napoca, Romania
  • Start: 01/09/2014
  • End: 31/08/2014
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  • Cluj-Napoca Volunteer Center is searching for 3 volunteers to take part in a one year hospital animation project in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
  • The project has as main objective the personal development of the volunteers, including growth in areas such as communication skills, deeper understanding of the concept of mutual acceptance and tolerance, time management skills, planning and organizing events, team-work related skills , creativity and innovation etc; at the same time at the community level, the project aims at enhancing the healing process of the children hospitalized in the local Children’s hospital by creating an environment that will support that.

What will the volunteers do?

The volunteers will work 4 days a week in the hospital, mostly in the afternoon (from 13-17), in order to prevent their activities from interfering with the medical procedures that usually take place in the first part of the day; the total number of working hours for the volunteer every day is of 6, including the language courses and other type of activities besides working in the hospital; no involvement will be compulsory for the volunteer beyond this limit, any further participation in the activities of the organization being possible only if the volunteer expresses a direct desire for this; the schedule presented below shows an example of how a one-week program would look like;  The volunteers will work in 4 different sides of the hospital: pediatric surgery and orthopedics, nephrology (here they will work with children dealing with dialysis) and the Pediatrics Clinic nr. 3 and nr. 1 (working with children that have respiratory problems).
At the beginning of the project the volunteers will be trained in a few introductory notions about clinic animation by the staff of our organization but also by other local volunteers that have been working already in this field. The specific daily activities in the hospital will require the active input of each volunteer since the EVS volunteers will be the main actors in choosing the activities, planning them, preparing all the materials and delivering them to the children (all this will happen with the support offered when needed by the project coordinator but also by local volunteers). The volunteers will not substitute the medical staff or be involved in activities that are similar to the medical attention given by doctors or nurses, but will bring something new to what a hospital offers in Romania, that is a series of educational and artistic activities such as: storytelling, English lessons (using the methods specific to the non-formal education), planning different games according to the level of mobility of the patients.

Envía tu carta de motivación concreta y CV en inglés programecvcn@voluntariat.ro;

LO ANTES POSIBLE. Máximo: 28/03/2014

Asunto mail: Cluj Napoca

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